Free Press Journal
  • Drama of the absurd: EC deleted names of 12% of City’s voters

    While 6.5 lakh voters were deleted from the electoral roll in the island city, 7.38 lakh were deleted from the suburbs.  However, exactly how many of these 14 lakh were mistakenly deleted is still a mystery.

  • Water Pots for feeding birds by PNB

    INDORE: Punjab National Bank ( PNB) has begun distributing water pots for feeding water to birds in view of the summer season. The task is being carried out under the guidance of MGM Himanshu Joshi at all the branches of the bank.

  • Good Parenting Ensures The Desired Goal

    INDORE: Tirathbai Kalachand School organized a Parent- Teacher Meeting in two sessions for the parents and students of classes I to II at the school premises on Saturday. Fifteen teachers and around 500 parents accompanied with their wards attended the meeting which was convened to ascertain the ways of strengthening the educational level of the students and to specify the role of parents and the school as well. In his

  • Leadership is all about managing expectations of people

    INDORE: ” Third Indore HR Summit- 2014″ on theme ” Enhancing the Multi- dimensional Potential of Human Capital” was hosted by Acropolis Faculty of Management & Research ( AFMR), Manglia, Indore on Saturday. Among the four sessions, in the inaugural session, Mukesh Asudani, Vice President ( HRM), NBC Bearings Ltd., Jaipur expressed his thoughts, in session 2, Dr.

  • Pilgrims flood Rome for Popes’ canonisation today!

    Vatican City :  Rome is preparing to welcome up to a million international pilgrims over the weekend for the unprecedented double canonisation of Popes John Paul II and John XXIII, two of the Catholic church’s most significant 20th century figures.

  • Dog menace continues Stray dogs attack 10- yr- old boy

    Indore: In the latest case of dog menace, a 10- year- old boy was attacked by three stray dogs in Juni Indore area, on Saturday. He was admitted to a private a hospital in a serious condition. As per information, Krishna Malviya ( 10), a resident of Juni Indore police lines, was attacked by three stray dogs while he was going to his relative’s place with his mother.

  • Fish of Sirpur pond dying Fish of Sirpur pond dying

    Indore: When the early morning visitors, who come for a walk or exercise, at Sirpur pond came here on Saturday morning, they were shocked to see hundreds of small and large fish floating on the water surface. Sources claim that the incident is caused due to unclean surroundings and summer heat.

  • BJP is playing petty politics: PM’s kin

    Indore: “ BJP is playing petty politics by pitching brother against brother in Amritsar when its leaders found Congress candidate tough,” said Mandeep Singh Kohli, nephew of Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh. While addressing media persons here on Saturday, Mandeep said that he was also offered to join the BJP, which he turned down.

  • Preparations for IMC polls begin

    • Schedules of training programme reached DEO, Indore
    • Officials of SEC will visit Indore next month

    Indore: Just two days after the conclusion of polling in Indore Parliamentary seat, preparations for the Indore Municipal Corporation elections have begun. Trainings for the purpose will start from Monday.

  • YC workers burn Ramdev’s effigy

    Ujjain: Youth Congress ( C) workers burnt an effigy of oga Guru Baba Ramdev for his objectionable statement against AICC vice- president Rahul Gandhi and Dalit community, on Saturday evening. District Congress Committee also condemned Baba Ramdev for his objectionable statement given for senior leader.

  • Mediation is key to resolve cases: Judge Seth

    Ujjain: “ Mediation is a very good tool to resolve judicial cases as there is no possibility for feeling of malice between parties. Even parties get quick justice by resolving the cases using the tool of mediation.” These views were expressed by High Court Judge SK Seth while addressing a mediation awareness Programme organised at the auditorium of District Bar Association on Saturday. Seth further said that this method of justice creates

  • Separate stabbing incidents leave three wounded

    Ujjain: Three people were stabbed in three separate incidents overnight across various city limits. In the first case Dilip, son of Narayan Solanki, resident of Hasampura was stabbed by unknown miscreants while he was on a late night stroll. Injured was rushed to hospital by his relatives. Neelganga police registered a case under section 324 of IPC against unidentified culprit.

  • Polluted water supply continues in city

    Ujjain: Water supply in the city has been devastated completely since past few days. Citizens are forced to arrange the potable water from nearby sources.

  • Major fire mishap averted

    Ujjain: A major fire accident was averted with the timely intervention of the Fire safety official near Rishi Nagar on Saturday morning. Fire broke out at Vinayaka Tower located beside Rishi Nagar petrol pump in which electricity distribution panels of the tower suddenly started exploding and caught fire. Major accident was averted as nearby petrol pump was in reach of fire and if happened, it could have been a tragedy;

  • Virender Sehwag

    Kings humble the Knights

    Punjab crush KKR by 23 runs, remain unbeaten in IPL 7

  • Mumbai look to dare Delhi

    Sharjah : Stuck at the bottom of the heap, defending champions Mumbai Indians will be desperate to open their account in the Indian Premier League today as they lock horns with Delhi Daredevils, who are also struggling to get going in the ongoing seventh edition of the cash-rich event.

  • One more ace for Paes

    President honours India’s legendary tennis star Leander Paes with Padma Bhushan, Yuvraj Singh and other personalities also awarded (more…)