Free Press Journal
  • Chhindwara collector transferred after EC’s directives

    Bhopal: After removing three district collectors in the state five days ago, the Election Commission on Sunday removed Chhindwara collector Maheshchandra Chaudhary. Sanjiv Singh, director, skill development, has been posted as Chhindwara collector. Lok Sabha elections in Chhindwara would be held on April 10 and the action to remove the collector, merely four days before the polling, is said to be the impact of complaint filed by the Congress.

  • Serving people is our motto, says Mahajan

    Indore: BJP candidate Sumitra Mahajan was welcomed by residents of Constituency Number 1 during the road show organized as a part of election campaign here on Sunday. On the occasion, Mahajan said that today is Foundation day of the BJP. Dr Shyama Prasad and Pt Deendayal Upadhyaya started the party with a

  • Thieves decamp with goods worth Rs 16- L

    Indore: While the whole family of a dozen members was sleeping, thieves took away goods worth Rs 16 lakh, including jewellery and cash. The incident occurred in a farmer’s house in village Rangwasa of Rajendra Nagar area, on Saturday night. The family doubted that the thieves might use some sedative spray to make all of them unconscious.

  • JEE: STUDENTS FIND PHSICS TOUGH

    Indore: Students, who attempted physics section first had nervous start to the Joint Entrance Examination ( Main) 2014 conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education ( CBSE) on Sunday. It was the toughest section in all, the students said. The other two sections viz chemistry and mathematics were reportedly average.

  • Fire breaks out at cloth store; goods worth Rs 50 lakh gutted

    Ujjain: Property worth Rs 50 lakh was gutted in a major fire accident at a cloth shop located at Tower Square, during the wee hours on Sunday. Surana Export House, which included multistoried showroom including residential flats, got burnt down by a massive blaze that broke out around 3 am.

  • Dist Badminton Assn to host summer camp from Apr 10

    Ujjain: During a meeting of District Badminton Association, organised under the chairmanship of President Praveen Vasishtha, it was decided that a 90- day summer camp will be organised April 10 onwards. About 60 members were present during the meeting. Children aged 8- 17 years can participate in the summer camp.

  • VU staff take oath for Voter’s awareness

    Ujjain: On Saturday, Vikram University ( VU) Vice- chancellor Prof Jawaharlal Kaul administered an oath to varsity teachers, officials and employees during an electorates’ awareness programme, organised at Shalaka Dirgha hall. During his address Prof Kaul said that India is a democratic country, and it has maximum population of youths. Every citizen of the nation should use his polling right to strengthen the democracy. ouths can play a pivotal role

  • Adverse reaction from Civil Hospital drugs

    Ujjain : Mankunwar Bai, wife of Prakash Malviya, was admitted to Civil Hospital at Saturday on account of fever and flu. Doctors on duty at the OPD examined her and the prescribed medicines were provided from the hospital. After consuming the medicines, patient’s condition worsened and her body swelled. Patient was referred again to the hospital where doctors at Emergency got her admitted. Carelessness of duty doctors and hospital administration is revealed

  • MITS holds blood donation camp

    Ujjain: Mahakal Institute of Technology and Science ( MITS) organised a blood donation camp on Saturday under the leadership of Dr Chandrashekhar Bhargava, HoD, Blood Bank District Hopsital and his team.

  • Manjhi community celebrates Nishad jayanthi

    Ujjain: In a press release, Manjhi Tribal community State secretary Basant Raikwar, informed that on Friday, community people celebrated Nishad Jayanthi at community dharamshala located at Dudhtalai. State president Rakesh Verma was chief guest who garlanded the portrait of Nishadraj and lighted the lamp to inaugurate the event. Verma, in his address, said that

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    Shah booked for ‘revenge’ remark

    Lucknow :  The Uttar Pradesh government, which was under mounting pressure to take action against Narendra Modi’s lieutenant Amit Shah for his ‘revenge’ remarks, has booked the BJP leader for his inflammatory speech. (more…)

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    Here issues, parties don’t matter

    Nagpur :  In a radius of about 200 kilometres from this central Indian city, supposedly the location of the zero mile stone of India, the fate of five heavyweight parliamentary politicians is at stake when the polls take place on April 12.

  • Bush paints a different picture of Manmohan

    DALLAS :  Prime Minister Singh had praised US President George G Bush in extremely flattering terms during a visit to Washington in September 2008, saying, “The people of India deeply love you. And all that you have done to bring our two countries closer to each other is something history will remember forever.”

  • DEMOCRACY GETS CRACKING TODAY

    One of the most fiercely fought general elections since Independence begins with a teaser in Assam and Tripura on Monday.

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    TDP returns to NDA fold, signs poll pact with BJP

    Hyderabad :  The NDA got a shot in the arm with the TDP returning to its fold after a gap of a decade and joining hands with the BJP for the assembly and Lok Sabha elections in Andhra Pradesh.

  • Sans AGP, Assam will be hard nut to crack for BJP

    Guwahati :  Five Lok Sabha constituencies in Assam will go to the polls on Monday. Assam is a key state for the Congress but pollsters expect the BJP to improve its vote share this time.