Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai Mono Rail Inaugurated

    Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan formally inaugurated the Mono Rail line today though for the general public, it will open on Sunday.

  • Delhi to pay more for power, yet face cuts as discoms fail to pay dues

    Slamming power distribution firms for announcing power cuts on the plea of lack of funds, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today said the truth on their financial condition will come out in the CAG report on discoms. “They (power companies) are saying that they don’t have money, so where has their money gone. CAG is trying to find their money and the

  • India’s aviation safety ranking downgrade: US says unrelated to diplomatic spat

     Asserting that the US downgrade of India’s aviation regulator had “absolutely nothing” to do with the Khobragade affair, the US says it was committed to help India get its status back as soon as possible.
    “This absolutely had nothing to do with the ongoing case of Dr. Khobragade,” State Department spokesperson Marie Harf told reporters Friday when asked if the US action would

  • Northeastern students seek justice

    Demanding justice, students from the country’s northeastern states held a protest here Saturday at the market where a 19-year-old student from Arunachal Pradesh was beaten up, leading to his death.
    Scores of protesters held placards, raised slogans against discrimination and demanded justice.

  • Nitish Kumar rules out return to NDA

     Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar Saturday ruled out his party Janata Dal-United’s (JD-U) return to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led NDA.
    “There is no question of us (JD-U) returning to the NDA,” Nitish Kumar said at a function here.

  • Docs’ strike called off

    Will move High Court against the Govt

  • Dr Rao delivers lecture at IIT- I

    Indore: Bharat Ratna and renowned scientist Dr CNR Rao has said scientists in the making must make the country proud and contribute for the development of the nation.He was giving lecture on ‘ Chemistry- Glorious past and future’ at IIT- Indore, on Friday.

  • IMC Commissioner asked to appear in HC

    Indore: The double bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court has directed the Indore Municipal Corporation Commissioner to appear before the court in person on March 10 in connection with a petition filed by a social activist regarding formation of Mohalla Samiti in the City. Justices PK Jaiswal and Prakash Shrivastav heard the petition filed by social activist Kishore Kodwani regarding formation of Mohalla Samiti as stipulated by the Union Government. Though Kodwani

  • Now, TIN approval through cell phone

    Indore: The Commercial Tax Department has launched a new mobile application, ‘ MPVAT Public’, through which the traders can download ‘ Form- 49’ using their cell phones.They can also check their TIN ( Traders Identification Number) through it and know the latest position of their application.

  • Krishnan lays stress on innovation in nation building

    Indore: “ In order to be innovative, one has to take a few calculated risks,” said Director of IIM Indore, Rishikesha T Krishnan on the concluding day of the 8th International Conference held at Prestige Institute of Management & Research ( PIMR), on Friday.

  • Doctors’ strike leaves patients in lurch at district hospital

    Ujjain: Doctors working at district, civil hospitals and community health centres in the district went on strike leaving patients helpless here on Friday. Patients who approached district hospital and Madhav Nagar civil hospital had to undergone lot of trouble as there were no doctors to provide them treatment.

  • Police suspect involvement of thieves’ gang in stealing Ganesh idol

    Ujjain: Police suspected involvement of an inter- state thieves’ gang which had stolen the antique idol of Lord Ganesh, on Friday.Police had arrested three suspects recovering gold and gems plated idol on Thursday. Police arrested three accused persons who were trying to sell the idol in the market.

  • Majnus arrested from VU

    Ujjain: Special police squad constituted to ensure safety of women in the city on Friday arrested some eve- teasers near Jiwajirao Central Library at Vikram University premises.Cops made eve- teasers to do sit- ups publicly.

  • Govt gives rebate on edible oil

    Ujjain : Ujjain Oil Merchant Association expressed delight over the decision of Government giving one year rebate on the open sell of edible oil in the State. President Rajendra Kumar Kabra and secretary Sunil Kumar Jain, traders are very pleased on the decision taken by BJP government.

  • Yuva Ujjain protests against rapist BJM leader

    Ujjain : Members of uva Ujjain made protest against rapist BJM leader Ritesh Chandiwala while submitting a memorandum before SP Anurag Kumar on Friday. Mayank Dheeng, Vikrant Jain, Abhishek Narelia, Ravi Dheeng, Ankur Nahar and others made protest against rapist BJM leader and demanded his arrest from police.