Free Press Journal
  • 2-year-old girl mauled to death by leopard

    Vadodara: A two-year-old girl was mauled to death by a leopard at a village in Gujarat’s Amreli district, a senior forest official said.

  • Prime Minister Manmohan Singh

    Seemandhra to get special status for five years, says PM

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh has said special status will be given for five years to Seemandhra region – the residual state of Andhra Pradesh following creation of a separate Telangana.

  • 12 of family die in UP accident

    Lucknow: A dozen people were killed and three injured when a truck collided with a multi-utility vehicle in Uttar Pradesh’s Sonebhadra district late Thursday, police said.

  • Fall in line or fall apart, VC to errant colleges

    Indore: In a polite but clear message, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya ( DAVV) Vice Chancellor DP Singh on Thursday asserted in the meeting of college principals that the university would disaffiliate the colleges not providing information for All India Survey on Higher Education ( AISHE).

  • Cancer patients’ agony multiplies as cobalt machine breaks down again

    Indore: The agony of poor cancer patients, who visit Government Cancer Hospital for radiation therapy, multiplied as the only cobalt machine in the hospital went out of order. The machine is very essential for the treatment of cancer through radiation therapy. But it is for the third time, in last six months, the machine went out of order and the patients are put to trouble again.

  • Encroachment removal drive from today

    Indore: The district administration and Indore Municipality Corporation ( IMC) will jointly launch the much needed encroachment removal drive from Malwa Mill Square to Patnipura Square on Friday.

  • MP top in renewable energy shop at block- level

    Indore: Madhya Pradesh has become the first state in the nation which is conducting a shop at development block- level. Not other state conducts the shop at such a level. It is noteworthy that the energy ministry had commenced private renewable energy shops at district level.

  • UMC witnesses uproar, corporators create ruckus in budget session

    Ujjain: The house of Ujjain Municipal Corporation ( UMC) witnessed uproarious scenes as corporators from ruling and opposition created high drama in the house while budget session begun here on Thursday. The house of Lok Sabha in Delhi, assemblies in Uttar Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir witnessed worst behaviour by MPs and MLAs recently.

  • Two arrested for smuggling 13 turtles

    Ujjain: A forest Department team raided two aquarium shops located in Freeganj locality and recovered 13 tortoises which were being smuggled by the shop owners here on Thursday. Two shop owners were also arrested for smuggling of tortoises.

  • Prof CD Patil assumes office of GECU principal

    Ujjain : Prof CD Patil assumed office of Government Engineering College Ujjain ( GECU) principal in the city on Thursday. Prof Patil approached to assume office of GECU principal with an appointment order, but the college administration did not received any official letter from Higher Education department.

  • Bag containing cash, documents & dry fruits stolen

    Ujjain: A 12- year- old boy lifted a bag carrying cash of Rs 11, 000, some important documents and dry fruits from a spice wholesale shop in broad day light in the city on Thursday. Police is probing the CCTV footages to search for the miscreant.

  • Workshop on tobacco control law held

    Ujjain: MP Voluntary Health Association, the Union and Ujjain Municipal Corporation jointly organised a day long workshop for effective implementation of tobacco control law at Hotel Vikramaditya on Thursday.

  • Learn from AAP: Bhagwat tells BJP

    BHOPAL: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh ( RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat, speaking at a coordination meeting organised here on Thursday asked the BJP to draw a lesson from the Aam Aadmi Party ( AAP). He said that corruption had become a major issue in the country and AAP had successfully used it to garner support from all sections of the society and from all parts of the country. ” We