Free Press Journal
  • Coffee machine explodes at Manohar dairy; 1 dead, 2 hurt

    BHOPAL: A 20- year- old employee of a dairy cum restaurant at Hamidia Road died while two other employees sustained critical injuries after a sudden explosion in a coffee vending machine under Hanumanganj police station on Saturday afternoon. At the time of blast which took place at around 1pm, there were 25 customers present at the famous Manohar Diary, and after the blast stampede like condition obtained for few minutes as people

  • For affordable housing, bifurcate LIG into 4 sub groups: Moghe

    Indore: Many questions were raised during a seminar on affordable housing at the on going property show, being organized by CREDAI at Labh Ganga, on Saturday. The seminar was aimed to understand better the exact meaning of the term “ affordable housing” meant by the government and the private sector.

  • Anil Trivedi is AAP candidate from City

    Indore: AAP, Indore region has chosen senior advocate and former Samajwadi Party member Anil Trivedi as party’s candidate for the Lok Sabha elections. According to sources, Anil had tried his hand in the State Assembly elections from Constituency no 5.

  • Cong, BJP trouble citizens again to push their agenda

    Indore: The leading political parties, Congress and BJP once again took to roads calling for Bandh and protest respectively, leaving the denizens of city in trouble once again. Though their protests received a mixed response, yet a large section of the population faced problems in their routines in face of the protests they staged on roads.

  • I- T Dept examining seized documents

    Indore: The investigation wing of Income Tax Department completed its surveys against two businessmen and one jeweler, here on Saturday. The final assessment of tax evasion would be made public on Monday.

  • Narsee Monjee to open campus in city

    Indore: After Symbiosis, it’s turn of Mumbai’s prestigious Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies ( MNIMS) to open its campus in Indore. On Saturday, the district administration handed over documents of land to the institute’s representative and also possession of the land. The institute will open its multi- disciplinary campus at Super Corridor by 2016.

  • Cop’s murder: NSA against 3

    Indore: The district Administration has decided to impose the National Security Act ( NSA) against three of 8 accused, who murdered a police constable at Kanadia Bypass road on Tuesday night. It is to be noted that body of constable, Sandeep Singh Bais, posted at Kanadia Police station, was found at Bypass on Tuesday night. The police have arrested eight persons in this connection. On Saturday, Collector Aakash Tripathi issued

  • Collector visits hailstorm- hit fields

    Indore: District Collector Aakash Tripathi inspected fields affected by recent hailstorm in the district and took stock of the situation, on Saturday. He directed the officers for surveying fields and issuing compensation to the affected farmers.

  • 14 media persons of Ujjain div recommended for accreditation

    Ujjain: Fourteen applicants, out of 46, were found for district and tehsillevel accreditation during a divisional level meeting of the accreditation committee held at the public relations office, here on Friday evening. Application forms of 7 media persons of Ujjain district, 3 of Mandsaur district and two each of Dewas and Ratlam were recommended for district and tehsil level accreditation. Those took part in the meeting included Sharad Joshi (

  • Online bhasmaarti pass service to resume from Monday

    Ujjain: Online bhasmaarti pass service, which was stopped due to Mahashivratri festival at Mahakaleshwar temple, will resume on Monday. Passes will be provided to devotees initially only for 300 seats. With the online permission of bhasmaarti, many local and foreign devotees can attend the ritual. The service was halted for four days during Mahashivratri festival. Mahakaleshwar Temple Management Committee administrator Jayant Joshi informed that online service was halted on Mahashivratri

  • Troubled by friends, youth commits suicide

    Ujjain: A 22- year- old youth committed suicide after being troubled by his four friends in Tarana, 40- km from here, on Saturday. Deceased left a suicide note alleging his four friends responsible for his taking the deadly step. Madhav Nagar CSP Vijay Davar informed that deceased Rohit Thakur, resident of Tarana consumed poison to commit suicide. Rohit was rushed to Sanjivani hospital where he died during treatment. Deceased

  • Manhandling of doc : Police fail to arrest accused

    Ujjain: Police failed to arrest the accused who manhandled a doctor at district hospital in full public view on Friday even after the evidences were found in CCTV footages of district hospital cameras.

  • Admn directs survey of hailstorm affected crops

    Ujjain: Collector BM Sharma and MLA Mohan adav made inspection of hailstorm affected crops in rural areas on Saturday. Collector BM Sharma issued directives to ground level staff to conduct survey of hailstorm affected crops at war- level.

  • Miffed Jagdambika Pal may join BJP

    Lucknow :  Senior Congress leader and its MP from Domariyaganj Jagdambika Pal who has publicly expressed his disappointment with the Congress leadership, is reported to be joining the Bharatiya Janata party (BJP). Even though no one from either the BJP or the Congress was ready to comment on this issue, it is reported that Pal may attend BJP”s public rally to be organised in Lucknow tomorrow (March 2) which is to be

  • Manmohan Singh - Rajiv Gandhi case

    Suspense over Cabinet meet on Sunday

    New Delhi :  Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has summoned a Cabinet meeting on Sunday evening, a day before he goes to Myanmar for the third summit of Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) on Tuesday. BIMSTEC is a forum of seven countries: India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Thailand.