Free Press Journal
  • MTMC gets tough; restrict three more for unethical act

    Ujjain: Mahakaleshwar Temple Management Committee (MTMC) seems to be getting tougher continuously these days. MTMC administrator Jayant Joshi on Friday restricted entry of three more Purohit representatives in temple.

  • Control of heart, mind, thought key to success: Pt Sudama

    Ujjain: Man becomes a successful personality by controlling his heart, deed and thoughts in life. This virtue makes a man great. A man having these characteristics is an ideal one and everyone should adopt such virtues. These views were expressed by Pt Sudama on the fifth day of Bhagwat Katha being organised at Naagchandreshwar temple located at Mangalnath Marg on Saturday.

  • Four held for looting Rs 70,000 from truck driver

    BHOPAL: The Gandhi Nagar police, on Saturday, claimed to have solved the case of loot of Rs 70,000 from a Gujarat-based truck driver on April 25, with the arrest of four miscreants, including an auto-rickshaw driver, who was the mastermind of the crime.

  • Eight die after bus with marriage party rams into tree

    NARSINGHPUR: As many as seven people died and nearly 15 others sustained severe injuries after a bus with a marriage party aboard rammed into a tree near Barahata village under Mungwani police station limits on Saturday morning.

  • Thieves sneak into bank, escape with guard’s gun

    NARSINGHPUR: A band of unidentified burglars sneaked into a bank at Aamgaon Bada under Kareli police station area near the district headquarters on in the early hours of Saturday.The thieves made their way into a branch of the Union Bank by breaking open grills of a window. Despite all the efforts they could not manage to open door of the bank’s vault. Later the dejected thieves made off with a guard’s gun

  • SDPS fashion show today

    Indore: SDPS Women’s College of Fashion Design organises a Graduating Show on Sunday. New and creative collections will be presented on the ramp. Designs will display the glimpse of western, Indo-Western and Indian.

  • Mayawati

    Behenji has illusions of grandeur

    Lucknow :  The BSP will not take support of BJP or NDA to form government at the Centre, Mayawati said on Saturday even as she did not rule out taking help of the UPA or the Congress.

  • IPL 2014

    MCA red-faced as IPL final goes to B’lore stadium

    New Delhi :  The Mumbai Cricket Association on Saturday got a jolt as the IPL Governing Council decided to shift the final of the high-profile event on June 1 from Wankhede Stadium to Bangalore’s Chinnaswamy Stadium.

  • Long tiring campaign for ’14 ends

    New Delhi :  With the two main contenders – Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi and Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi making a last-minute pitch for getting the voters’ support, the long and tiring campaign for the 2014 general elections drew to a close this evening. Now voting for the 41 seats would be held on May 12th. The voters shall exercise their franchise for six seats in Bihar, 18 in Uttar Pradesh and

  • FIR against Gohil for Modi ‘fake OBC’ rant

    Ahmedabad: An FIR was registered against Congress leader Shaktisinh Gohil under Representation of People’s Act for promoting enmity between two classes in connection with elections for his remark that Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi is a “fake OBC”. The complaint was lodged by a city-based land broker Shailesh Modi who mentioned his sub-caste as ‘Modh-Ghanchi’, and alleged that Gohil’s remarks are against the members of entire ‘Modh Ghanchi’ caste. “Shaktisinh Gohil has

  • No violation by Rahul in Amethi, say EC

    New Delhi : The Election Commission on Saturday said there was no violation by Rahul Gandhi when he entered a polling booth in Amethi constituency during balloting on May 7.

  • Inauguration of Motor Sports Event at Indore

    Mhow: Since long, the persons interested in Motor Sports, were lacking any Motor Sports Event at Indore. To fulfill their desires, they have to participate in the National Event such as Desert Storm and Raid de Himalaya which was a tough and expensive task.

  • Rahul comes shining through at Varanasi

    Varanasi/Chandauli :  Taking the battle to Narendra Modi’s turf, Rahul Gandhi on Saturday took out an impressive roadshow across Varanasi in a show of strength against the BJP’s prime ministerial candidate and accused his party of following a politics  “full of anger”. Returning the compliment to Modi, who had campaigned against Rahul in Amethi earlier this week, the Congress vice president rolled out his journey from the Muslim-dominated Gol Gadda area with

  • Only girls worked as volunteers in Vyapam scanning room

    BHOPAL: The Vyapam officials were very secretive and had made every possible effort to hide their modus operandi. Only girls were hired for working as volunteers in the section where OMRs sheets were scanned during the period of fraud, instead of engaging supporting staff from the agency itself, reveals official documents.

  • Preity ranting on!

    The beauty of Twitter might lie in its brevity, but that’s something that Preity Zinta clearly couldn’t be bothered with. The gal recently went to town tweeting what appeared to be a marathon essay, on what else but politics! Here’s how her rant went… “Good morning world! This morning is definitely a holy one 4 me since I saw the sunrise over the Holy Ganga in the ancient city of Benares.

  • Home truth

    Chennai end Mumbai’s dominance at Wankhede with 4-wicket win