Free Press Journal
  • Entrepreneur motivational camp held

    Ujjain: Government College Tarana hosted an entrepreneur motivational camp under Vivekanand Career Guidance Cell under the aegis of MSME Indore. Deputy director MSME KC Meena was the chief guest while deputy director Vivekanand Career Cell Dr DC Rathi was also present on this occasion. Dr Pankaj Maheshwari conducted the programme while Namita Sharma proposed the vote of thanks.

  • Only AICC can act against Sajjan: PCC chief

    BHOPAL: The Congress has taken notice of the controversial statement made by its Member of Parliament and former minister Sajjan Singh Verma over the party giving Rajya Sabha tickets to some senior leaders including Digvijay Singh.

  • Lala Lajpat Rai’s birth anniv celebrated

    Ujjain: The birth anniversary of great martyr and Punjab Kesri Lala Lajpat Rai was celebrated in the city on Tuesday. Key speaker Vijay Agrawal addressing the programme said that they were proud to celebrate the birth anniversary of great martyr Lala Lajpat Rai. Agrawal Jessis president Jaykishan Agrawal informed that Panchayat Nyas

  • Youth booked for unnatural act with 3- yr- old girl

    Ujjain: A youth was booked for committing unnatural act with a three and half year old in Awantipura locality here on Tuesday. Police booked the accused under Section 377, 3/ 4 of IPC and Sections 3, 1 and 10 of SC ST Act. Accused is still out of police reach.

  • Ajay fails to appear in court Chauhan defamation

    BHOPAL: Congress leader Ajay Singh against skipped hearing in the court despite three summons in defamation case filed by Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan. The next hearing will be on March 7. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan had filed a criminal defamation case against the then Leader of Opposition Ajay Singh for harming his

  • Dewas Naka- Bypass guideline value to see 300 per cent hike

    • Proposed to rise from Rs 5000 to Rs 20,000 per square meter.
    • Guideline price of LIG, Annapurna Road, Sukhlia would see 10 per cent hike.
    • No hike in guideline value of 75% area of city

    Indore: If you are willing to purchase a property in new financial year between Niranjanpur Square and Dewas Bypass, then get ready for a jolt at the time of registry.The District Committee on Fixation has proposed to increase

  • New coins released

    Indore: In the New ear, some new coins in memory of Dr Shyama Prasad Mukherjee have been released.The coins are of Rs 2, 10, 50 and 100 denominations.Coin collector Suresh Shukla of Indore said that Dr Shyama Prasad Mukherjee was the first president of Bhartiya Jansangh.

  • Jan Sunwai at Collectorate 225 applications received

    Indore: People came with their complaints and grievances in the Jan Sunvai organized at the Collectorate, on Tuesday. About 225 applications were received and heard by the officials.District Collector Aakash Tripathi, Zila Panchayat CEO Ashish Singh, Additional Collector Ravindra Singh, ADM Alok Kumar Singh and other officials lent an ear to the public grievances during the camp. People came with various kinds of grievances— some sought help for shelter (

  • Man shot dead in Chandan Nagar

    Indore: A 40- year- old man was shot dead by some miscreants in Chandan Nagar area, on Tuesday night. The incident occurred when the victim was closing his Tiffin Centre.According to CSP RS Ghuraiyya, Subhash Maratha ( 40), a resident of Sirpur, was shot dead by some miscreants following a dispute. The miscreants fled the scene after the incident.


    Indore: The indefinite strike of Nursing Association at M Hospital ended in a few hours after a high voltage drama, on Tuesday.The strike was called off as the MGM Medical College administration assured them to meet their various demands by February 10.Sanver MLA Rajesh Sonkar intervened in the matter.

  • Teacher thrashes Class I student for indiscipline

    Indore: Annoyed over indiscipline, a teacher of private school in Pardeshipura area thrashed some students badly on Tuesday. He even flung a Class I student so hard that he received fracture on his leg.Police have filed a case against the teacher and started investigations.

  • Govt directives to IT Cos Take care of safety of women in night shifts

    Indore: The Madhya Pradesh Labour Department has issued orders regarding its 100- day plan to curb misbehavior with women.Labour Commissioner KC Gupta said that under the Madhya Pradesh Shop and Establishment Act 1958, only Information Technology companies, where women are allowed to work between 7 pm and 9 am, while other companies are not permitted to employ women in these mentioned hours.

  • TCS’ campus drive, i- Gnite at Govt Holkar Science College

    Indore: Students are quite excited as Tata Consultancy Services ( TCS) has come here to pick up students of BSc stream for its new project, ‘ iGnite’. On Tuesday, about 200 students from various parts of the country participated in the campus drive. The process would continue on Wednesday too.Talking about the drive, Training and Placements Officer Dr Sanjay Vyas said that MNCs like TCS used to recruit our students.

  • Jeweler’s house burgled

    Indore: Some miscreants entered house of a jeweler on Monday evening under MG Road police station and decamped with booty worth lakhs. The incident occurred when the family had gone to attend a marriage function.The family members discovered the theft only when they returned on Tuesday.

  • Youth held for abducting minor girl .. Indore Jeweler’s

    Indore: A youth was arrested on Monday for abducting a minor girl of his colony a week ago under Heera Nagar police station.Investigating Officer Sub- Inspector ML Vishwakarma said that the youth and the girl had gone missing a week ago from their residences in Sagar Vihar Colony and a complaint was registered by the girl’s father against the youth, stating that the youth had kidnapped his minor daughter.

  • Youth ends life by hanging

    Indore: A 37- year- old youth hanged himself at his residence, on Monday under MG Road police station area. His family members were in a marriage function when he took the extreme step. The reason for his extreme step is not yet clear.

  • Gandhara feted

    Ujjain: Government School for Excellence NSS programme officer Rajesh Gandhara was felicitated by collector BM Sharma, IG V Madhukumar and SP Anurag on the occasion of National Voters’ Day. Gandhara was presented a citation for his active role in organising programmes on that day. He motivated the NSS volunteers to take out