Free Press Journal
  • BJP leaders count their chickens before they are hatched

    BHOPAL : The results of Lok Sabha polls would be declared on May 16. And it is only then that it will be decided as to whether the NDA will be  forming its3government at the Centre. But the names of several state BJP leaders are already doing rounds for ministerial berth in the Central government.

  • Man killed by son

    Dewas : A man killed his father and had thrown the body in a well of village Machwas under Khategaon police station near here on May 5. The Khategaon police informed that the accused Gambhir had killed his father Guman (52. Accused Gambhir informed the police that his mother died about three years ago.

  • Man held for molesting daughter

    Dewas :  A 16-year old girl lodged a complaint at Industrial police station, Dewas and mentioned in the report that her father Santram has been molesting her for the past two to three years. On the complaint of the girl, police have arrested the accused on Saturday. Police said that Santram is liquor addict and his wife is also being harassed by him.

  • Five injured in road mishaps

    Dewas : At-least four persons injured in two separate road mishaps occurred in district on Saturday. In the first mishap, two motorcycle riders rammed into a tractor and injured seriously at Agra-Mumbai National Highway near here on Saturday. In the mishap, the bike riders, Yogesh and Shailendra, both residents of village Mukundkheri near here injured seriously and admitted to district  hospital.

  • Summer camp held at Colonel’s Academy

    Mhow : Summer is the time of fun and frolic for children. Colonel’s Academy, Mhow, like every year, organized a summer camp from April 26 to May 10, 2014. The children not only participants in sports like basketball, cricket, Table tennis and self defense but also sharpened their skills in spoken English, art and craft, calligraphy , music, dance, robotics and Computers. The closing ceremony was held on Saturday.

  • Woman’s body recovered

    Betma : The Betma police have recovered a body of an unidentified woman from a room in the field near here on Saturday. According to local residents, the body supposed to be of a mentally retarded woman, who used to walk in the village. The Betma police sources said that the woman could have died three to four days ago. Police also suspected that the body was of the mentally retarded woman,

  • Govt has shut down its plants, is buying power from Adani: Cong

    BHOPAL: The Congress would raise its voice against the proposed hike in power tariff in Madhya Pradesh and if needed, it would take to the street against the government. PCC president Arun Yadav and leader of opposition Satyadev Katare, in an informal chat with media persons, said a party delegation would submit its memorandum to the MP Electricity Regulatory Commission on May 12 protesting power tariff hike.

  • No good cheer for these forlorn mothers

    BHOPAL: The whole world celebrates Mothers Day to honour mothers, motherhood and maternal bonds and to emphasise the place and influence of mothers in society. For many people, it is a day for showing their appreciation for their mothers and motherly figures.

  • Social media creeping with RSS men using fake identities: Diggi

    BHOPAL: The Congress national general secretary Digvijay Singh, dubbing the social media as anti-social said, social media activists, supported by the BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, had launched a campaign to tarnish his image.

  • It’s your day mom to feel special, say Indoreans

    Indore: Robert Browning, the famous English poet who had mastery in dramatic verse while describing mother said, “Motherhood: All love begins and ends here.” It’s been 100 years since Woodrow Wilson proclaimed Mother’s Day as a celebration for human kind which is enthusiastically celebrated world wide.

  • C-Tax Dept takes step to make system transparent

    • Right of reducing or zeroing limit of Form-49 withdrawn from CT officer of circles.
    • Now, the issue will be controlled by authorised officer of the Commissioner at the head-quarters.
    • More than 50,000 traders of the State are expected to be benefitted.

    Indore: In view of problems being faced by businessmen of the state, the Commercial Tax Department withdrew the right from the CT officers of the circles

  • Couple attacked over property

    Indore: A couple was set upon by some persons in Pardesipura area, on Saturday. The attack came as a result of old dispute between the couple and their attackers.The police took the injured to a hospital and registered cases against three persons, who are absconding.

  • Five Catholics nominated to National Minority Surveillance Committee

    Indore: National Minority Surveillance Committee president Dilip Rajpal chaired a meeting of Indore Catholic community recently and nominated Bishop Chacko Thottumarickal, Joshua Philip, Marshal Pereira, William Raphael and Victor Anthony to the national body.

  • CS conducts surprise inspection at CH

    Ujjain: Civil surgeon Dr CD Sharma made a surprise visit to civil hospital (CH) on Saturday morning in which the discrepancies in working of the hospital came to the front after media grilled the department over grave irregularities going on in the hospital.

  • MIT students create dream project

    Ujjain: Students of electronics and mechanical engineering of MITS successfully developed a breakthrough project which is capable of changing the whole scenario of vehicle thefts. Giving the information MIT spokesperson told that students Navneet Baldava, Vivek Neema, Pratibha Patidar, Ankita Patidar, Vineet Gupta, Rohit Jaamnani, and Ankit Loya of the institute have developed “Anti-theft Braking System” under the guidance of Prof Pankaj Gera and EC HoD Prof Sandeep Gangane.

  • Woman found dead under suspicious circumstances

    Ujjain: A 30-year-old woman was found dead in her home at Tajpur under suspicious circumstances on Saturday. Police have launched a probe to crack the mysterious death of Seema, wife of Suresh Suryawanshi, who was also an Asha worker at Tajpur. Chimanganj Mandi police said Seema was found dead on her bed by her son who went to wake up his mother for the morning tea.

  • ‘Live & let live’ was Mahavir’s motto: Pragya Sagar

    Ujjain: Lord Mahavir advocated that ‘Live and let live’. Entire world should follow this motto for peaceful life on the earth. A heart is not a heart unless it shows mercy towards others. One should show mercy for others to claim that he is a human. A merciless heart leads the nation and the world to destruction. There is an acute need of adopting principles of Lord Mahavir. Preaching of Lord Mahavir

  • Hanuman Katha begins with Yatindranand Giri’s discourse

    Ujjain: It is very necessary to know self for having closeness with God. Man is unable to know the divine presence of God due to his preoccupations. Man should spare some time for praying to God. These views were expressed by Mahamandleshwar Yogi Yatindranand Giri on the first day of five-day Hanuman Katha being organised at Mahakal Pravchan Hall here on Saturday.