Free Press Journal
  • Lineman held for securing job fraudulently

    Ujjain: Unhel police arrested a lineman who secured the job through fraudulent means on Saturday. The accused got the job by supplying fake mark sheet at divisional headquarter of DISCOM. Unhel police station incharge Gopal Singh Chauhan informed that Rajkumar, son of Dheeraj Parihar, a resident of Jawahar Marg, Rajgarh district Beora applied for the post of lineman enclosing fake mark sheet of ITI technical eligibility of electrical trade of ITI Gwalior.

  • Bhagwat Katha concludes

    Ujjain: The week-long Bhagwat Katha organised at Do Imli Chowk of Lakshmi Nagar by Prem Yamuna Samiti concluded on Friday. Organising committee convener Kishore Singh Bhadauria informed that Sant Mahesh Maharaj delivered his discourses during the week-long Katha. A havan was performed for consecrating conclusion of Bhagwat Katha. Ranawat Singh Tomar, Charan Singh Kushwah and others were present on this occasion.

  • 10 out of 100 youths suffering from hypertension: Dr Garg

    Ujjain: Ten out of every 100 youths are suffering from hypertension in the fast changing life. Around 60-70 thousand people are suffering from the disease in the city. 20-25 percent people are suffering with hypertension in Ujjain division. The ratio is 10-15 percent in rural areas. Everyone has to get his blood pressure checked after the age 20 years and once in five years of duration.

  • Nagle is Class III employee assn vice prez

    Ujjain: Senior technician of Public Health Engineering Department was appointed vice president of MP Class Three Government Employees Association by district president Motilal Nirmal on the recommendation of State president Arun Dwiwedi. LN Kailasia, Vijay Raghuwanshi, OP Gupta, Manish Dhawan, Arvind Jaiswal and others greeted Nagle on his appointment.

  • Jaya also ‘Modifies’ her way to historic mandate!

    Chennai :  While the nation is talking about the BJP’s spectacular victory in the 16th general elections, the AIADMK’s historic emergence as the third largest party in the new Lok Sabha, a record single-handedly created by the charismatic Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa has left everyone stunned.

  • Raj sends flowers to ‘woo’ Uddhav

    Mumbai :  In a seemingly cordial gesture which may have deep political repercussions, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray sent a bouquet to his estranged cousin and Sena president Uddhav Thackeray on Saturday to congratulate him for the astounding success of Shiv Sena in the Lok Sabha elections.

  • Unseasonal rains lash City

    Indore: After a day of oppressive heat, dark clouds enveloped the City skies and opened up on Sunday evening bringing the temperature down to some notches. The untimely rains — which began about 5 pm and continued for more than two hours – took many by surprise, especially the people outdoors.

  • New coloured voter ID cards from June 1

    • Coloured PVC voter ID cards would be like that of ATM, DL & PAN cards
    • Existing voter ID cards to be replaced with new ones for Rs 25

    Indore: New coloured voter ID cards would be issued to the voters from June 1 and the card would be similar to the ATM card. The interested voter has to spend Rs 25 for the purpose. It is not mandatory for the existing voters. The Election

  • The old world charm of Mangalagiri sari.

    Ever since I have come back from Mangalagiri, the temple town located 11 kilometres from the city of Vijayawada in Andhra Pradesh that is best known for producing wonderful handloom saris, I have a new respect for the talents of the hardworking weavers who bring to life intricate designs and rich colours of the Mangalagiri sari. (more…)

  • Party activists welcome Tai

    Indore: On her record 8 consecutive victories, the party activists welcomed MP Sumitra Mahajan in a programme at Malharganj Square, here on Saturday. Many senior activists of the party were also present. Mahajan thanked the citizens of Indore for giving her their support. She added that this election has proved that the people of the city believe in clean and honest politics.

  • 15 hectares of forest land freed

    Indore: The forest department freed 15 hectares of land from encroachers in Mhow during its drive, on Saturday. The department officials said that the encroachers had occupied the land for the past few years now. As per information, the forest department freed 15 hectares of land worth Rs 30 to 40crore from 16 encroachers.

  • Three BEd colleges get interim relief

    Indore: Three BEd colleges in the city that were denied participation in centralised online counseling by the Department of Higher Education (DHE) on the ground that they did not have affiliation from the university have been granted interim relief by Madhya Pradesh High Court.

  • Career counseling to be given to youths

    Indore: As per the instruction of the Industry Department, the district employment office will provide career counseling training to youths. A team of counselors comprising a psychologist and three subject experts will be constituted. According to sources, youths will be given training to participate in entrance exams for diploma, degree, and PG, courses and the courses running in the foreign universities.

  • Bhoomi pujan ceremony of Sarafa Vidya Niketan

    Indore:  Sarafa Vidya Niketan is all set to add up another episode in its successful journey. The bhoomi pujan ceremony of the new premises of the school would be done by the dignitaries here on Sunday.Informing about the event, Hukum Soni, chairman of the Sarafa Association said that the bhoomi pujan programme would start at 10:30am at Laanada Parisar, Kesar Baug Road and chief guest on the occasion would be Jitu Soni,

  • BJP Board skips talk on Cabinet formation

    NEW DELHI :  The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has convened its parliamentary party meeting here on Tuesday at noon to formally elect Narendra Modi as its leader to stake claim as prime minister.

  • Woman consumes poison after family dispute

    Indore: A woman resident of Jagjivanram Nagar, on Saturday, consumed poison after being thrashed by her husband over a family dispute. Her husband took her to MY Hospital in a serious condition. According to MIG police, 20-year old Mukta consumed poison following a clash with her husband, Ashok. As per the information, during the clash Ashok ever thrashed her up. But, when she consumed poison and her health deteriorated, Ashok took her

  • Son of rtd army man hangs self

    Indore: Son of a retired army man committed suicide hanging himself in his house in Simrol area. The incident surfaced on Saturday morning. The reason of suicide is not known. According to Investigating Officer S-I Paul, the deceased identified as Vedprakash Kharole, was a resident of Datauda. He hanged himself in his residence on Friday night but the family could know about it on Saturday morning, when his mother went to wake

  • Modi says ‘thank god’ in holy city

    Lucknow :  Prime Minister-designate Narendra Modi on Saturday kept his tryst with Varanasi to complete the unfinished task of performing Ganga arti and offering prayers at Vishwanath temple.