Free Press Journal
  • LS polls: Banks asked to report suspicious transactions

    BHOPAL:A meeting of bankers in connection with Lok Sabha elections was held at Collectorate on Saturday. Collector Nishant Warwade in his address urged the banking officials to ensure that separate counters be made for the opening of bank accounts of candidates contesting Lok Sabha elections and the information of suspicious transactions and movement of ATM cash vehicles would be given to collector.

  • Mgmt guru Shivkhera to lecture Cong MLAs, DCC chiefs

    BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee and Congress legislative party will organise lecture of management guru Shivkhera for its MLAs, district presidents and MPCC office- bearers. ” The party is considering to inviting Shivkhera for lecture programme. The schedule is being finalised”, said leader of opposition Satyadev Katare.

  • Chauhan involved in Vyapam scam; Kin of staff of RSS chief got job: Katare

    BHOPAL: Mounting pressure on the State government for CBI probe in Vyapam recruitment scam, Leader of Opposition in Legislative Assembly Satyadev Katare said a brother of a RSS man, deputed in personal service of RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat, got selected through Vyapam and is now in government job in Madhya Pradesh.

  • Temperature can only go up now, says Weatherman

    BHOPAL: The temperature in the state can only go up as winter has receded. Day as well as night temperature slightly fell on Saturday. But weatherman forecast that the there will be no drop for the time being as wind pattern is northwesterly. Therefore weather will remain dry.

  • CM to receive ‘ Krishi Karman award from Prez tomorrow

    BHOPAL: MP has been selected for the second time for the ‘ Krishi Karman Award’ for the year 2012- 13 in total food grains production category. The award would be received by chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan in a function by the President of India in a function on February 10. Minister for farmers’ welfare and agriculture development, Gaurishankar Bisen will also be present.

  • Woman nabs chain- snatcher; IGP awards her Rs 15,000

    BHOPAL: A middle- aged woman bravely nabbed a bike- borne youth who tried to flee after snatching chain from her neck at Sonagiri under Piplani police station on Saturday. Later with the help of passersby the police were informed and the nabbed youth identified as Ramkrishna Chandar was handed over to the police.

  • City bus rams into shop, 5 hurt

    Indore: At least five persons were injured when a city bus rammed into a cloth centre at Rajwada, on Saturday noon. Cloth centre owner was also injured in the incident. Several vehicles were also damaged in the accident.Police registered a case against city bus driver and started an investigation.

  • SHIVRAJ IN INDORE TODAY

    Indore: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan would visit village Ujjaini of Indore district, on Sunday to inspect the water testing work under the Narmada- Kshipra river Link Project. Water from Narmada river has been received at village Ujjaini, the starting point of Kshipra.

  • 70 encroachments removed from Nemawar Road

    Indore: A joint- team of the district administration, IMC and police removed over 70 encroachments from Nemawar Road, on Saturday. The drive will continue, on Sunday also.The team started its drive from Navlakha Square to Teen Imli Square and removed encroachments from both the sides. At the end of drive, SDO Dr Varadmurthi Mishra

  • Setback to DAVV at teaching side as well!

    Indore: At a time when Devi Ahilya Vishwavidhyalaya ( DAVV) was struggling with the dearth of administrative hands following cancellation of deputations and retirement of senior members, the recent developments have given it another blow, this time at the teaching front.

  • Collector, others inspect venue INDORE MAHOTSAV

    INDORE: District Collector Aakash Tripathi took stock of arrangements for the muchawaited Indore Mahotsav at Pipliyapala Regional Park, on Saturday. The Mahotsav will be organized as fun and thrill event along with a touch of Malwa’s culture and tradition.

  • Police cane charge on encroachers

    • Admin runs bulldozers over encroachments on Simhastha Fair land
    • BJP MLA stages road blockade in protest against police action

    Ujjain: Launching a major drive to raze the encroachments prevailed on Simhastha Fair land, the local administration on Saturday had to face agitation of encroachers. As some of them misbehaved with cops, police cane charged the people who tried to interrupt into the administrative

  • Ensure maximum benefits of welfare schemes to beneficiaries: Guddu

    Ujjain: Member of Parliament ( MP) Premchand Guddu chaired the meeting of district level vigilance and evaluation committee at Brahaspathi Bhavan here on Saturday. While department wise review of development works being done by MP fund Guddu asks concerned officials to ensure maximum benefits of welfare schemes to beneficiaries under MNREGS. Guddu expressed anger over pending cases of bank loans for BPL women of Self Help Groups.

  • Bike lifters arrested from Ramghat

    Ujjain: Three bike lifters were arrested by the special squad of police from Ramghat here on Saturday. Police recovered a stolen bike from the miscreants. Mahakal police informed that three bike lifters were trying to steal bike registered with MP 09 MC 5267 at Ramghat on Saturday morning. Special squad of police busted the miscreants. They revealed to police that they lifted the bike in front of Ram Mandir. Shankar son of

  • Italian students in city to experience Indian culture

    Ujjain: Around twenty students from ancient city of Venice in Italy arrived in the city of temples on Saturday to have experience of Indian culture and tradition. Italian students are on their visit to India under Cultural outh Exchange programme.

  • Stage set for thrilling climax

    India need 320 more to win the first Test, with nine wickets in hand and two days remaining