Free Press Journal
  • Chauhan to inspect testing work of Narmada- Kshipra Link

    • Pilgrims started thronging new Sangam at Ujjani
    • Few problems detected in PS- 4 and removed.

    Indore: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan will reach village Ujjaini, the origin place of Kshipra, on Sunday and witness testing work of his dream, Narmada- Kshipra river linking project. The NVDA sources said that the CM will inspect testing work of the link project at Ujjaini, a point where the water of Narmada is going to pour in River

  • Simhastha development works to be finished quickly: PWD Secretary

    Ujjain: ‘ Efforts are being made to accomplish the different Simhastha development works going on in the city. Construction of over bridges and roads will be finished before the deadline’, said Public Works Department ( PWD) Secretary Vijay Singh Verma interacting to media persons here on Friday.

  • Elderly woman duped of gold chain worth Rs 1 lakh

    Ujjain : Two miscreants duped an elderly woman of a gold chain worth Rs 1 lakh here on Friday morning. Madhav Nagar police informed that victim Usha, 65, wife of Late Shailendra Khujneri, resident of Rishi Nagar went to buy milk at Sanchi Milk Parlour in the morning.

  • Kalidas literatore; treasure of pleasure

    Ujjain: Kalidas’s literature teaches us to enjoy the life. His literature is the treasure of pleasures. Kalidas’s literature also signifies the relevance of five senses. Koutilya and Kalidas resemble in this sense.These views were expressed by Vice- chancellor of Kavikulguru Kalidas Sanskrit University, Nagpur, Dr Uma Vaidya during a lecture series on Kalidas on ‘ Inter Connection of Human and Nature in Kalidas’s literature’.

  • PHE dept employees thrashed by villagers

    Ujjain: A patrolling party of Public Health Engineering ( PHE) Department was thrashed by villagers of village Pardikheda on Wednesday night. The administrative and police officials were not accompanied with the patrolling party. Bhairavgarh police registered an FIR against accused.

  • Cultural activities reflect nation’s culture & tradition: Patwari

    Ujjain: ‘Cultural activities exhibit the culture and tradition of the nation. Students bring laurel for the institution when they showcase their art during cultural programmes’, said chief guest Secretary Pradesh Congress Committee and MLA, Jitendra Patwari during annual day celebration of Mahakal Institute of Technology.

  • Investigation Will bring Facts to light: OSD Shukla

    BHOPAL: OP Shukla, OSD of former minister Laxmikant Sharma, interacting with the media on court premises said that as the PMT fraud was before court and probe is being carried on, everything will come to light. He refused to disclose the name of ‘ big fish’ involved in PMT fraud.

  • 5- 10% hike in land registration rates proposed

    BHOPAL: Collector guideline has proposed a hike in land registration rate from 5 per cent 10 per cent. No hike has been proposed in land registry rate in the colonies where property rate has not been increased. No rate has been increased for EWS and LIG, slums areas. And wherever, hike has been proposed,

  • Cops break skull of petty criminal

    BHOPAL: A 40- year- old man was beaten up badly by two police personnel of Cheetah at 1250 Quarter under Habibganj police station on Friday afternoon as he refused to go to the police station along with them.

  • Two SIMI men sent to jail; one on police remand

    BHOPAL: ATS produced three SIMI men, including two who had surrendered earlier, in CJM court on Friday. Sajid Nagori alias Guddu, hailing from Mahidpur, Ujjain district, was sent on police remand till February 11 while Majid Nagori and Gulrej were sent on Judicial remand till February 21. Public prosecutor Udai Raghuvanshi said, ” Sajid

  • Kolar road hospitals fined for poor waste disposal

    BHOPAL: A joint team of Bhopal Municipal Corporation and Madhya Pradesh Pollution Control Board on Friday, inspected various hospitals, nursing homes at Kolar Road and Kotra area to check the facilities for disposal of bio- medical waste, solid waste management and sewage.

  • Ashima Mall build on residential land, claims BMC

    BHOPAL: District administration has served notices on Ashima Mall, Hoshangabad Road to produced document allowing commercial use of the land. Residential plots have been converted into marriage gardens and are being used for commercial purpose.

  • Yashodhara got Sports Director transferred

    BHOPAL: The government may be talking of zero tolerance policy towards corruption but in a recent development, Sports Director Shailendra Shrivastava paid the price of not patronising irregularities. Shrivastava was transferred at the behest of Sports minister ashodhara Raje Scindia. Former sports director and current transport commissioner Sanjay Chaudhary played a key role in the transfer from behind the curtains.

  • Govt tightens rules regarding sale, storage of acid

    BHOPAL: The state government has issued detailed instructions to all collectors, commissioners and superintendents of police for effective check on incidents of acid attack. It would be mandatory for educational institutions, research laboratories, hospitals and public undertaking to maintain a record of acid bought, used and stored.