Free Press Journal
  • Outpouring love, best wishes to Modi, the Indore way

    Indore: He used social media as a tool to reach out to people, particularly the youths, the game changer of Verdict-2014, and now people are using the same medium to congratulate their would be Prime Minister.“Acche din aa gaye hai”, #CongratsNaMo were the slogans dominated almost every wall of Facebook. The excitement level of youths after the poll result was unmatchable, as Indoreans kept posting their best wishes to NaMo, who received

  • LOTUS BLOOMS, NITISH QUITS

    PATNA :  Call it the Modi effect or otherwise, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday resigned owning responsibility for the election debacle, but did not seek dissolution of the Assembly. The move is sure to inject a dramatic turn in state politics.

  • Cong meet on Mon to ‘fix’ scapegoats

    New Delhi : The Congress Working Committee (CWC) will meet on Monday to take stock of the party’s worst Lok Sabha performance and chart the road ahead amid suggestions that it should fortify ideological moorings of party workers in the wake of the BJP’s rise.

  • Chauhan flies to Delhi, meets BJP brass

    BHOPAL : The Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, after the BJP’s landslide victory in the Lok Sabha elections, paid a visit to Delhi on Saturday and met senior party leaders. Chauhan was accompanied by BJP state president Narendra Singh Tomar, state organisational general secretary Arvind Menon and MP from Indore Sumitra Mahajan.

  • Boy robbed, killed by three minors

    Neemuch: Three minor boys abducted one of their friends, robbed Rs. 1.5 lakhs from him and killed him by knife’s attack, on Friday in Manasa. Initially, police received a complaint of missing of the boy and after investigation, they uncovered the whole incident. Police arrested the three minor accused and recovered Rs. 1.17 lakhs cash and three mobiles worth Rs. 32,000 from them.

  • Bhuria’s victory procession taken out

    Thandla : After winning the Lok Sabha election from Ratlam-Jhabua-Alirajpur Lok Sabha seat, the newly elected MP Dilip Singh Bhuria arrived here to express his gratitude towards to voters, residents and BJP workers of the region on Saturday. A grand welcome was accorded to Bhuria on his first arrival on the town after winning the elections.

  • PMT Scam: STF team comes twice, PWD’s Executive Er absconds

    Dhar: The STF (Special Task Force) team came to Dhar to interrogate the executive engineer of PWD (Public Works Department) SS Rawat, in connection of the VYAPAM or PMT scam, once on Friday and again on Saturday. But on Friday, because of the day of counting of votes, the team could not reach to Rawat. When, on Saturday the team came again, it found lock on the door of Rawat’s residence.

  • Woman found murdered at railway loco yard

    Ujjain: A 40 years old woman was found murdered at the railway loco yard located near Hira Mill ki Chawl here on Saturday. Dead body was not identified till the reporting. Police officers were called to the spot in afternoon by railway employees.

  • She attacked me first: Killer boyfriend accuses deceased

    Ujjain: A youth who stabbed his girlfriend to death at the room of Hotel Swapnil Palace of Nanakheda couple of days back and tried unsuccessfully to kill self by plunging a knife in his throat is now blaming over the deceased girl. Reportedly Khushbu Jain was found gruesomely murdered in the hotel’s room on May 16 while accused Jitendra was also found barely breathing beside her and was rescued to hospital in

  • NCTE failed to discharge its function in MP: HC

    Indore: While quashing recognition cancellation orders by National Council for Teacher Education against 33 MEd colleges in the State, the Jabalpar bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court stated that the NCTE completely failed to discharge its functions in the State through its regional council.

  • City boys, girls shine in MPBSE exams

    Ujjain: Several students from the city shined in the Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) High School and Higher Secondary Examinations. They not only made their parents and school proud but also brought laurel to the city.

  • SIC imposes Rs 25,000 penalty on college Principal

    Bhopal: State Information Commission (SIC) has slammed a monetary penalty of Rs 25,000 on AK Mudgal, Principal of Government College, Aaron, Guna for violation of Right to Information (RTI) Act. The Principal has been directed to deposit the penalty amount in the Commission by June 15.

  • Betting debt forces dairy merchant to commit suicide?

    Ujjain: Prakash Kalwani son of Hotchand Kalwani was found hanging to the ceiling of his farmhouse situated at Nazarpur village of Ghattiya tehsil on Friday afternoon. Ghattiya police are still investigation the case for exact cause behind the suicide, as the family was well settled and having a good business going on. Sources from Sindhi community informed that the deceased was under pressure, because of the debt and the Satan of betting

  • SIC imposes Rs 25,000 penalty on college Principal

    BHOPAL: State Information Commission (SIC) has slammed a monetary penalty of Rs 25,000 on AK Mudgal, Principal of Government College, Aaron, Guna for violation of Right to Information (RTI) Act. The Principal has been directed to deposit the penalty amount in the Commission by June 15.