Free Press Journal
  • Water- hut inauguration on Sunday

    Ujjain: A water- hut will be inaugurated at Kartik Chowk in the memory of Anantnarayan Nagar at 6.30 pm on Sunday. President Banshilal Nagar will chair the programme while Rameshwar Nagar, Prakash Chittora and Girish Shastri will be guests.

  • Infant recovered

    Ujjain : A heartless mother left her newly born child in front of an NGO at Maksi Road on Friday. Madhav Nagar police informed that an unidentified woman had left her infant in front of Matrichhaya Seva Bharti. Complainant Ratnesh, resident of Desai Nagar, lodged complaint against the unidentified woman. The infant is being cared by NGO and is said to be healthy.

  • Biyani finds potential in Ujjain

    Ujjain: ‘ Ujjain’s market is a traditional one… it needs expansion as it has ample potential to grow,’ Managing Director, Future Market Networks Ltd, Sunil Biyani said on Friday. Biyani was talking to the media persons at Nanakheda located Treasure Bazaar ( TB), which has been taken over by their company to introduce the innovative World Market Concept in the Mahakal City on the pattern of Bangalore.

  • RPF captures violators; fined

    Ujjain: Railway Protection Force ( RPF) initiated a drive against violators at railway station and fined them on Friday. RPF cops caught around 60 passengers crossing railway tracks on Friday morning and charged fine.

  • ALL THE PM’S MEN REPORTED TO A WOMAN

    Prime Minister’s former advisor reveals an open secret: That Manmohan Singh functioned more like a principal secretary and the real boss was Sonia Gandhi……

  • SC says no to new SIT probe against Modi

    New Delhi :  The Supreme Court on Friday rejected a petition seeking to reconstitute the Special Investigation Team for probing the 2002 Gujarat riots…….

  • Jashodaben: Cong knocks at EC door

    The Congress is going full throttle against BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi for hiding his marital status in his earlier four election affidavits..

  • Cong grabs at Atal to run down Modi

    New Delhi :  A desperate Congress has appropriated BJP leader Atal Bihari Vajpayee and plastered his photograph on its website (inc.in) with a headline screaming: Nobody to remind BJP of its Rajdharma — How can a person whom the tallest leader of the BJP wanted removed as chief minister, be the party’s Prime Ministerial candidate?

  • Pranab Mukherjee

    Prez Pranab prepares for split verdict

    New Delhi : In an unusual step, President Pranab Mukherjee has appointed former law secretary and secretary general of the Lok Sabha, T K Vishwana-than, as his legal adviser. This is seen as a preparatory step to the resolution of the complex political and legal questions that may arise in the aftermath of a split verdict for the Lok Sabha in mid-May 2014.

  • Cannot hold public meetings, processions or road shows in UP

    New Delhi :  Cracking the whip on Narendra Modi’s lieutenant Amit Shah and SP leader Azam Khan, the Election Commission on Friday banned them from holding public meetings, processions or road shows in Uttar Pradesh and asked authorities to initiate criminal proceedings against them.

  • Allah punished Rajiv & Sanjay: Azam Khan

    Bijnor (UP) :  After his alleged hate speeches, senior Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan has dropped another nugget: He told a gathering that Sanjay Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi were punished by Allah for “forcible” sterilization during the Emergency and ‘shilanyas’ at the disputed site in Ayodhya, respectively.

  • MBA – Whose course is it anyway ?

    With AICTE and DTE washing their hands off from it following SC order and the UGC keeping a mysterious mum over the issue, the universities and the DHE are in a state of suspended animation on the crucial issue of granting affiliation and regulating the MBA courses.

  • SP activists uproot BRTS railings

    Indore: The Samajwadi Party ( SP) workers led by Lok Sabha candidate from Indore Neha Sharma on Friday dug up a portion of BRTS railings, saying that they’re posing problems for commuters. Their act invited an FIR. Police booked nine SP activists including Sharma.

  • NAUSHAD ALI MURDER CASE Seven get life term

    Indore: The 11th Additional District and Session’s Court awarded life imprisonment to seven out of eight accused in the Naushad Ali murder case ( April 13, 2008) in Betma. The court also slapped fine on the accused under different sections.

  • BJP GOVT WORKING FOR PEOPLE: TAI

    Indore: “ The BJP government under the able leadership of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan is working for welfare of people but the Union government has cheated the state’s 7.5crore people,” said sitting MP and Lok Sabha candidate of BJP Sumitra Mahajan during her visit to the Lok Sabha constituency no. 3 Mahajan added that the prices of petrol have increased 21 times under the UPA reign which is a record in

  • 6 vehicles seized, Rs 15- L pending tax collected

    Indore: Continuing its action against vehicles running without paying tax, the special squad of RTO seized six vehicles from various places and collected tax of more than Rs 15 lakh. According to inspector ogendra Rana, two buses were seized on which tax of Rs 5.18 lakh and Rs 1.24 lakh were pending.

  • PFO raids 8 units of Apna Sweets

    • Most Staffers found unregistered
    • Raids carried out at 8 locations including one at Dewas.

    Indore: Prominent chain of sweet shops and restaurant, Apna Sweets, came under the scanner of Provident Fund Organization, on Friday. At least eight teams of the PFO carried out raids at 8 shops of Apna sweets including one each at Dewas and Machal.