Free Press Journal
  • Vehicle lifters’ gang busted

    Ujjain: Mahidpur police claimed to have busted a vehicle lifters’ gang with the arrest Bhanwarlal, son of Asharam, a resident of Rohal Khurd under Nagda police station on Friday. He was nabbed while trying to sell a stolen Bolero vehicle near Lakhakhedi. His accomplice Rakesh, son of Nathu Bagri, managed to flee from the spot. Police have seized the stolen vehicle.

  • Sherwin Stars

    Mumbai: Sherwin Gonsalves’ brilliant two goals helped Alphonso Football Academy outplay Soccer A-Z and coast to a fluent 4-1 victory in First Division match of the MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) League, played at the St. Xavier’s ground on Saturday.

  • Helpline launched for suicide prevention

    INDORE: A round-the-clock helpline for suicide prevention has been launched jointly by NGO Spandan and Indore Police. The helpline number is 1091.The helpline was inaugurated on Saturday evening at Pritamlal Dua auditorium by IG Vipin Maheshwari, DIG Rakesh Gupta and other senior officials along with NGO Spandan’s Maya Vohra, Rajshri Pathak and Rachna Johari and other members were present on the occasion.

  • PMT 2011: Exam of 98 candidates cancelled

    BHOPAL : In further shock to medical education aspirants in Madhya Pradesh, Vyapam officials conducting internal inquiry in the database of candidates detected admission fraud in PMT 2011 with a similar modus operandi as was adopted in 2012 and 2013 examinations.

  • State Bank hoopsters make grand return after a decade

    Mumbai: State Bank of India made a grand return to local basketball scene after over a decade when they  scored a nail-biting 55-54 win over Central YMCA in men’s group ‘C’ tie  of the Mastan YMCA basketball tournament held at their courts at Nagpada.

  • Called for job, married woman raped; accused arrested

    Indore: A married woman was called from Hoshangabad to Indore for a job and was raped here. On the complaint of the victim, Rajendra Nagar police filed a case and arrested the accused, on Friday night.According to Investigating Officer, S-I RS Paul, on Friday night a young woman reached with her friend at the police station and complained that one accused had raped her. Police immediately sent her for medical check-up and

  • Air India sink Indian Navy

    Mumbai: Formidable and former champions Air India caspitalised on Nigerian striker N.D. Opara’s twin first half strikes to cruise to a comfortable 3-0 win against Indian Navy in an Elite Division ‘Super Six’ play-off match, of the MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) League, played at the Cooperage ground on Saturday evening. Air India captain Allan Dias, who missed a sitter in the first period, atoned for his earlier lapse by scoring the

  • Poor security arrangements at rly station irks RPF DGP

    Ujjain: Railway Protection Force (RPF) DGP Krishna Choudhary visibly annoyed over the poor security arrangements at the city railway station on Saturday. Choudhary, who arrived here from Delhi on Saturday morning, pulled up the officials for the lackadaisical attitude in security matters.

  • JEE (Main) 2014: Catalyser boy is State topper

    Indore: The most difficult exam of the country, conducted to get through the elite engineering institutes including the IITs, JEE Main-2014, was announced, on Saturday.Govind Lahotti, a student of Catalyser since standard VIII has scored a whopping 340. Govind has been a winner in all competitive exams right from clearing NTSE, Junior Science Olympiad and many other exams conducted by the boards under guidance of Catalyser.

  • Govt seeks EC nod to allow ministers to use govt cars in tours

    Bhopal: Even though the election model code of conduct is yet to be lifted and counting of votes is more than ten days away, the state government has sought permission for ministers to use government vehicles with beacon lights for official tours to districts.

  • Falling in love may lead to Diggi’s political downfall

    Bhopal : Former chief minister Digvijay Singh, 67 admitting his love for 42-year-old woman journalist Amrita Rai may prove dear for his political career. According to sources in the Congress, Singh’s influence in the party may diminish substantially after elections and he may have to quit from the post of party’s All India general secretary.

  • Two killed in bus-bike collision

    Bhikangaon: At least two persons died in a bus and motorcycle collision at local Education Park School on Khandwa-Baroda highway here on Saturday. According to sources, Chhagan Bhawlia (60),  and Amar Singh Chidar Sirlai, both residents of village Malkhera (Shakargaon) died in the mishap, when their motorcycle collided with a speeding bus.

  • Bhajan Sandhya held at Sai Baba Mandir

    Ratlam: A ‘bhajan sandhya’ was held at Sai Baba Mandir under the ten days programmes of the foundation of the temple at Shastri Nagar. A grand ‘palki Yatra’ will also be taken out on Sunday and Maha-arti and Bhandara will be held on May 7.

  • Parashuram Jayanti celebrated with gusto

    Jobat : It is true that Brahman community’s contribution in building of independent India is very important. There are so many Brahman community people, who have done a lot for country’s progress and development after independence. This was said by senior BJP leader Dilip Singh Bhuria while addressing as a chief guest on the occasion of Lord Parashuram Jayanti celebration function held at local Shankar Mandir premises here on Friday.

  • Wheat and Soybean crops arrive Mandi in record quantity

    Barwah: This year, there was a wide spread doubt that the crops of Rabi season may not be goof enough, owing to the twice hailstorms and excessive rains. But, contrary to this fear, the overall yield of wheat and soybean crops are showing a record production once again, in the region. This is evident by the quantity of crops brought to the Mandi in Barwah.

  • Special train for Jaipur

    Ratlam: The train no 09311/09312 Indore-Ajmer special train will now be run between Indore-Jaipur in view of passengers demands from May 18 to June 29. According to information, this train will have stoppage at Dewas, Ujjain, Nagda, Ratlam, Jaora, Mandsaur, Neemuch, Chittorgarh, Bhilwara, Nasirabad, Ajmer, Kishangarh, Phulera, Alapur, Jobner and Kanakpura.

  • Fire in ginning factory, 3200-quintal cotton gutted

    Bhikangaon: A major fire broke out in a ginning factory on Friday afternoon; it was controlled in three hours but till then around 3200-quintal cotton was gutted. Even after the fire was extinguished, smoke continued to come out and there were sparkles spread al-around the premises. Therefore, the factory owner, labourers along with one fire engine remained engaged day and night in searching for the sparkles to douse them, as any of

  • Class IX’s poor result becomes concern for distric admn

    Ratlam: The poor result of class 9th in the district of government schools has become cause of concern for the administration and education department. According to information, the tribal belts of Bajna and Sailana have performed very badly and less than 20% students could pass in the annual examinations.