Free Press Journal
  • Rishabh Enterprises surrenders Rs 40 lakh

    Indore: Rishabh Enterprises, which came under the scanner of Commercial Tax department on Friday, surrendered Rs 40 lakh on Saturday. Sources in the department said that following scrutiny of the seized documents, the evasion of entry tax and Vat for last one year stood at Rs 40 lakh. Sources further said that the documents of other financial years are in the custody of Central Excise department.

  • Man jumps in front of train, dies

    Ujjain: A person died on the spot instantly after he threw himself in front of a passenger train here in Chintaman Railway, crossing at dawn on Friday. Dashrath (32) son of Shankarlal Bagri, resident of village Bamora, was working as a labourer in the city. According to the police, Dashrath threw himself in front of the passenger train near Chintman railway crossing. He reached to spot with his 5-year-old daughter, left her

  • Ahilyanagari Exp to be Super Fast from July 14

    Indore: Indore-Trivandrum Ahilyanagari Express (train No. 16325/26) will become Super Fast Express from July 14 as per the decision taken by the Western Railway. The train number will also change from July 21 to 22645/46 Indore-Trivandrum Ahilyanagari Super Fast Express.  Meanwhile, in view of the rush of passengers, extra coaches have added in two trains departing from Indore on Saturday. Two extra sleeper coaches were added to 2973 Indore-Jaipur and one sleeper

  • Bohra community religious head to arrive in city on May 29

    Ujjain: 53rd religious head of Dawoodi Bohra Community Sydna & Moulana Aliqadar Mufaddal Saifuddin will arrive in the city on May 29. His holiness will arrive in Indore from Mumbai by airplane and will arrive in Ujjain by road. Burhani Istishari Committee president Mohsin Bhai received the programme of Sydna on Saturday.

  • Construction obstructing road work removed

    Indore: Encroachment removal team on Saturday removed a house at Palhar Nagar which was obstructing the construction of 60 ft road in the area. The corporation had issued several notices to the owner of the house for vacating the place but he ignored, an official said.  On Saturday, when the removal officials reached the house it was locked. After waiting for a while, the officers entered the house and kept the furniture

  • 17 gamblers arrested from separate places

    Ujjain: Mahakal Police have arrested 7 persons here for allegedly indulging in gambling in Kot Mohalla area. Rs 3,530 at stake was also seized from the gang of gamblers, police said.  Police received a tip-off that some persons were gambling at Urdu Scool of Kot Mohalla. A team was sent there. Seeing police they tried to escape but were arrested,” said a senior police officer. Similalry ten persons from Begambag colony were

  • Officials raid at meat shop, beef seized

    Ujjain: In a city, which worships Lord Mahakal and Krishna, the protector of cows, the seizure of cow meat always makes news. In a shocking incident, on Saturday morning, 130 kg of cow meat was seized from various meat shops. Joint team of Mahakal Police and health department officials raided meat and mutton shops in and around Begambag and Kot Mohalla to check unauthorised slaughtering of cows. Police raided eight mutton shops,

  • Missing boy found dead in Kshipra river

    Ujjain: The body of a 12-year-old boy, who had gone missing from his house in Azad marg Jansapura Nagar since Thursday, was found in Kshipra River behind Bhartrihari Caves on Saturday. The boy was somewhat mentally ill.  Based on information from locals that they saw a body afloat, police did a search and found Farhaan’s body.

  • MIM students selected in ING Vysya Bank

    Ujjain: Harshita Neema, Sfurti Upadhyay and Kanika Agrawal, students of MIM from Mahakal Group of Institutes got selected during a campus drive of leading private firm ING Vysya Bank. They were selected as business development executives at the annual package of Rs 1.8 lakh. Dr Vivek Bansod, MIM director Dr Rishi Dubey, Prof Navneet Tiwari and others were present.

  • ‘Motivation plays major role in the treatment of cancer’

    Indore: “Cancer is a curable disease, but only when it is diagnosed on time and treated properly.’’Why maximum number of deaths? Because people come for treatment at the last stage of the disease,” renowned cancer surgeon of CHL Hospitals Dr Tanuj Srivastava said.

  • Lotus Finance Fest

    Indore: Indore’s famous electronic supermarket once again has brought some new offers on electronic products. “Lotus Finance Fest” in which keeping in mind the requirements of customers schemes like Easy EMI’s are and many other are brought in.

  • Book throws light on Modi’s campaigning

    Indore: From Chaiwala to Prime Minister: Narendra Modi. That’s the title of senior journalist Prakash Hindustani’s first political book which reveals how a political orator climbed the ladder to the PM’s post surprising one and all.  He penned it all how the Gujarat chief minister using handicaps of BJP’s political rival parties accorded to the crown and how he used social, print and electronic media as a tool during the canvassing in

  • Five years of Matchbox, Five years of Maturation

    Indore: The strongest factor of success is “believing you can do it” and this is what sets MATCHBOX apart. The inner confidence to deliver the best of work and the irrefutable trust of its clients has gained this company a distinguished space in the field.

  • Govt staff asked to follow CM on facebook, Twitter

    BHOPAL: All government personnel have been directed to follow the facebook and Twitter accounts of the chief minister. These personnel would be in touch with chief minister through the social media. A letter in this regard has been issued by the general administration department.

  • Online registration for B.Ed from today

    BHOPAL: All candidates desirous of taking admission in B. Ed. will have to get themselves registered online to take part in counselling from May 25 to 31. Candidates not applying online during this period will not be included in any phase of counselling for admission. Candidates will have to select 50 colleges in serial.

  • BJP’s thanksgiving function on June 1

    BHOPAL : After registering an emphatic victory in the recently-held Lok Sabha elections. winning 27 out of 29 seats in the state, the Bharatiya Janata Party is going to organise a programme titled ‘Jan-Jan Abhinandan’ in Bhopal on June 1. The programme would be attended by chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan and state BJP leaders. A proposal to invite central leaders of the party is also under consideration.

  • Little girl ‘kidnapped by a Baba’ found playing at nearby square

    BHOPAL: The ‘kidnapping’ of two-and-a-half-year-old girl created a sensation in the Kolar area on Saturday. However, she was later found safe and sound at ‘Custom’ Square in Rajharsh Colony. Police have not registered any case stating that if the parents come to them, they will fulfill the formalities as the missing baby has already been traced.