Free Press Journal
  • After Smriti, Munde is new Cong punching bag!

    Cong questions Modi minister’s educational qualification, alleging that he ‘graduated in 1976 from a college established in 1978’

  • Smriti Irani

    Smriti steps in, du denies suspensions

    New Delhi: Following HRD Minister Smriti Irani’s intervention, Delhi University Vice Chancellor Dinesh Singh on Saturday said no suspension order was issued to five officials for leaking documents related to her educational qualifications.

  • MLA dubs Rahul as ‘MD of Cong circus’

    New Delhi :  In another attack on Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi following the party’s debacle in the Lok Sabha election, a party legislator in Rajasthan on Saturday called him “MD of Congress circus”.  “Rahul Gandhi is the MD (managing director) of Congress circus and is surrounded by four to five jokers.

  • Narendra Modi


    GoMs, eGoMs abolished for faster decisions, greater accountability.

  • TRS to invite Modi for T-Day

    New Delhi: Amid a controversy over TRS not inviting the Prime Minister for the swearing-in ceremony of Telangana Chief Minister-designate K Chandrasekhar Rao on June 2, the party said it will invite Narendra Modi for the formation day celebrations of the state likely in mid-June.

  • Kamal Nath is Protem Speaker

    New Delhi: Former Parliamentary Affairs Minister and senior Congress leader Kamal Nath has been appointed as the Protem Speaker in the new Lok Sabha. A notification issued by the Lok Sabha Secretariat said President Pranab Mukherjee has appointed him to perform the duties of the Speaker. The Narendra Modi government had recently conveyed its recommendation to Mukherjee to appoint Nath, who is the seniormost member of the Lower House, as Protem Speaker.

  • Modi meets BJP general secys

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday met various BJP general secretaries to discuss the party’s future plans, including the upcoming polls in Haryana and Maharashtra as well as choices for party president.

  • Cabinet expansion to fill 3 seats today

    Mumbai: The much-talked about expansion of the Prithviraj Chavan government is likely to take place on Sunday evening. The names of young Congress legislators Amit Deshmukh, Praniti Shinde and Ramesh Bagwe are making rounds in political circles here.

  • City to get CNG mother station in New Year 2015

    Ujjain :  City is likely to get its first CNG mother station in New Year 2015. Member of Parliament Dr Chintamani Malviya, Minister of School Education Paras Jain and BJP city president Iqbal Singh Gandhi visited the land of Oil Fed located at Nagziri where the mother station to be built, on Saturday.

  • Syedena administers oath to Bohra youths

    Ujjain: 53rd spiritual of leader of Dawoodi Bohra community, Sydena Muffadal Saifuddin who is on four-day visit to city administered sacred oath to young Bohras by the high priest himself. Syedena paid visit to the Dargaah of Hasanji Badshah located at Kharakuan and practiced Ziayarat, on Saturday.

  • Bag containing Rs 90K stolen from car

    Ujjain: A thief stole away Rs 90, 000 along with documents from a car parked at Freeganj area belonging to Sarangpur resident, Mukesh Mewada, on Saturday. Police sources said that Mewada was in city for some official works around 11 am he parked his car near Tower Sqaure and went for some refreshment. On his return; he found his car’s windowpane broken and his cash bag was missing. Madhavnagar police registered a

  • Four arrested over murder of elderly man

    Ujjain: Four persons were arrested in case of murdering a 50-year-old man two days ago at village Pan Barodiya under Bhairavgarh police station. Bhairavgarh police was keeping a close eye on family of the Mangubai, the widow woman to whom Kailash got married by eloping from Indore. At the time of their marriage, Mangubai was having two kids Ransingh and Bhomsingh whom she had left at her former family and eloped with

  • Five jailed for nine years attempting murder of cop

    Ujjain: Five persons accused of attempting murder of a cop were sentenced nine years of imprisonment each by local court here on Saturday. Court also charged fine of Rs 8, 000 on accused. SP Anurag Kumar informed that five accused Shyam Jaat, Manoj Thakur, Pankaj Harijan, Tufan Balai and Raju were booked under Sections 307, 353, 332 and 34 of IPC for attempting murder of Chimanganj police station head constable Ramnaresh Yadav,

  • Dog bites six in a day

    Indore: A stray dog in Mahesh Nagar and New Mahesh Nagar Colony bit six people including a child on Friday. One of the victims was a relative of the local MLA. As per the information received, after this incident, MLA Sudarshan Gupta got angry over municipal corporation officials and asked them to send a team to catch the stray dogs. In the incidents of Friday, many persons belonging to reputed families of

  • Sex racket in Vijay Nagar busted

    Indore: A sex racket, being operated from a massage parlour, was busted by a police team led by Sarafa CSP on Saturday.The parlour is located near Vijay Nagar police station. A couple, five girls and two men and a worker of the parlour were arrested for their involvement in the flesh trade.

  • Footi Kothi loot case, 3 arrested

    Indore: In connection with loot of four mobiles and some cash from one boy and two girls in Footi Kothi premises four days ago, the police arrested three youths on Saturday. They are questioning them further.  The incident occurred on May 27 when a 16-year-old boy Rohan, a resident of Vandna Nagar went with his cousin sister Mahak and a friend Prachiti, to see Footi Kothi.

  • Shrut Panchami to be celebrated at Tapo Bhumi

    Ujjain : Two-day Shrut Panchami Mahotsava will be celebrated at Mahavir Tapo Bhumi from Sunday. On the first day, a Mahamastakabhishek of Lord Choubisi will be performed and Jinwani Mata to be presided in the palanquin. Programme will be further continued till Monday. Media in-charge Sachin Kasliwal informed that moral values learning camp will be concluded on Monday. Jain community people from different places will arrive here to witness the religious programme.

  • YC elections: Managing committee meets today

    Indore:  In view of elections for office-bearers and members of the managing committee of Yeshwant Club, a meeting of present managing committee will be held on Sunday. According to club sources the managing committee, which has chalked out the election programme, will discuss it in Sunday’s meeting. The name of election officer has been chosen and names of other supporting officers would be expected on Sunday.

  • Passenger buses will have computerized timetable

    Indore: The Regional Road Transport office will prepare a computerized timetable of all the buses, which move on the listed routes in the division. This will facilitate in rationalization of timings and frequencies of passenger buses and facilitate the commuters.