Free Press Journal
  • Parrikar demands share for state in income tax

    Panaji: The Goa government today suggested that a partial component of the income tax can be diverted towards the state which will promote generation of central taxes in its coffers.

  • AAP govt harassing me for summoning Bharti: DCW chief

    New Delhi: Chairperson of Delhi Commission for Women Barkha Singh today accused the AAP government of harassing her for summoning controversial Law Minister Somnath Bharti in connection with the south Delhi raid episode and refused to step down from the post.

  • Nitish receives invitation for AMU function

    Patna: After strong protests, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and his Education minister have received invitation for foundation laying ceremony of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) centre at Kisanganj tomorrow but Kumar is yet to decide whether he will go or not.

  • MPPEB scam: Lokayukta cops search residences of Trivedi

    Indore: Searches were today conducted by the Lokayukta police at the Indore and Bhopal houses of former exam controller Dr Pankaj Trivedi, the main accused in the Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB) scam.

  • AAP, BJP, Akali Dal demand SIT probe into 1984 riots

    New Delhi: The AAP, BJP and the Akali Dal Wednesday demanded an SIT probe into the 1984 anti-Sikh riots in Delhi after Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi admitted some party members’ involvement in the violence.

  • MNS protest against toll politically motivated: Uddhav

    Mumbai:  Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray today dubbed Maharashtra Navnirman Sena’s violent agitation at toll plazas as “politically motivated,” with an eye on the upcoming Lok Sabha and Assembly polls.

  • BJP rebels dissolve ‘Na Mo manch’, join CPI(M)

    Kannur (Ker): Creating a flutter in the politically volatile Kannur district, a group of BJP rebels and their supporters have joined the CPI(M) after disbanding the “Na Mo manch” they floated a few weeks ago following differences with the party’s state leadership.

  • PWD secy inspects Simhastha development work

    Ujjain:Public Works Department ( PWD) secretary, Bhopal, VS Verma inspected Simhastha development works in the city on Tuesday. He expressed satisfaction over the progress of work at various sites.Chief engineer of Bridge Corporation BP Patel accompanied Verma during the inspection.

  • MITS celebrates annual day ‘ Spark- 2014’

    Ujjain: Annual Day ‘ Spark- 2014’ was celebrated at Mahakal Institute of Technology and Science ( MITS) on Tuesday. According to administrative officer Dr Sachin Kawthekar and sports incharge Dr Murtuja Turabi, leg cricket, volleyball, cricket, table tennis competitions were organised on the occasion. Mahakal Group vice chairman Rajendra Vasishtha was also present on the occasion. Vasishtha in his address motivated students for participating wholeheartedly in annual day celebration.

  • Physically- challenged to get certificate from hospitals

    Ujjain: As per the directives issued by Public Health and Family Planning Department in the gazette of Madhya Pradesh, physically and visually challenged persons will get certificate of disability from hospitals located at district and civil hospital, community health centres and civil dispensaries.

  • Man ends life after quarrelling with wife

    Ujjain: A man committed suicide on Monday night after a quarrel with his wife over some petty issue. However, the deceased’s relatives suspect it was a murder by his in- laws. According to Bhairavgarh police, Jitendra ( 22), son of Ramchandra Bagri, a resident of village Ralayata hanged himself to death on Monday night. His body was found hanging from a tree in nearby the village. The deceased was married to a

  • NSS leadership training camp concludes

    Ujjain: The week- long NSS district- level leadership training camp at village Hasampura under the aegis of Government Kalidas Girls College concluded on Tuesday. Higher education additional director Dr Usha Shrivastava was the chief guest while Simhastha Fair Authority chairman Diwakar Natu was the special guest. Government Madhav College principal Dr LN Verma and

  • Police recover stolen jewellery worth Rs 5L

    Ujjain: Mahakal police arrested one more person and recovered stolen gold jewellery worth Rs 5 lakh from Baran district of Rajasthan on Tuesday.Mahakal police had arrested three women for committing theft at a Harsh Jewellers shop located in Lakherwadi on January 24. The accused were identified with the help of CCTV footage. The three

  • Speculations over CBI raid on Jatia’s residence

    Ujjain: Speculations were rife over the raid conducted by the CBI sleuths on the residential premises of Union former minister and senior BJP leader Satyanarayan Jatia. According to information, the CBI sleuths conducted simultaneous raid at about three dozen places across the country on Tuesday in connection with a recruitment scandal at Bokaro Steel Plant. It is said that Jatia’s younger son Rajkumar Jatia was also obliged with appointment on