Free Press Journal
  • Yashodhara finds travelling in state plane ‘dangerous’

    Says her brother’s death in air crash haunts her

  • Farewell to RTO Rohit

    Ujjain: Outgoing Road Transport Officer (RTO) was given a farewell while newly incumbent RTO Shailendra Nigam was accorded a warm welcome under the aegis of Ujjain Transport Consultancy Committee. President Lakshman Meena, Satish Jhalani, Yogesh Meena, Bhanu Jain, Rajaali Siddiqui, Gaffar Khan, Abdul Hamid Mansuri, Prakash Jaiswal, KK Sharma, Mahendra Singh and others welcomed both the officers.

  • Patwari asked to demarcate land

    Ujjain: On the complaint of farmer Mousal Ali of Matana village at public hearing here on Tuesday, SDM Shailendra Singh asked Patwari Korat to demarcate the land of complainant. About 138 complaints were redressed by officials during public hearing at Brahaspathi Bhavan.

  • CJM court issues arrest warrant against Arun Sikarwar

    BHOPAL: CJM court has issued arrest warrant against Arun Sikarwar to produce him till July 15 in the court in connection with police constable recruitment fraud. STF has already declared award of Rs 3,000 on Sikarwar, a resident of village Mohana, district Morena, in the same case. STF filed the application regarding Arun Sikarwar and CJM Pankaj Singh Maheshwari issued the arrest warrant.

  • Malviya gets blessings from Pragyasagar

    Ujjain: Newly elected Member of Parliament Dr Chintamani Malviya reached at Mahavir Tapo Bhumi on Tuesday to seek blessings from Seer Pragyasagar before leaving for Delhi.Seer blessed Dr Malviya and said that it was his first victory and he (Dr Malviya) has to work hard to win the hearts of public. The people have placed his trust on him and it is the time that he should work for the public welfare.

  • Dr Bhawalkar to present research paper

    Ujjain: Dr Smita Bhawalkar, principal of Saraswatee Shiksha Mahavidyalaya Rishi Nagar has been invited to present a research paper at the international conference, organised by Global Education Research Association (GERA). The conference will be held in Bhutan on the theme of “GDP, gross national happiness and education” on June 27 and 28. Dr Bhawalkar will present the paper titled Gross National Happiness through education via spiritual development.

  • Family court Judge retires

    Ujjain: District Family Court Judge Jayshree Verma was felicitated on her retirement during a programme. Addressing the occasion Justice Verma said that retirement is also a part of life. When a Justice gives verdict in a case, a party gets satisfied while the another gets dissatisfied. One who gets justice becomes pleased. Rajendra Badgoti delivered welcome speech while Satyanarayan Joshi conducted the programme.

  • 80 without helmet shown films on road mishaps

    BHOPAL:  Eighty two-wheeler riders were shown films at Police Control Room related to traffic rules and road accidents. However no fine was imposed.  It was first day of fresh drive making helmet mandatory for two wheelers. Traffic police offered sweets to those who were found wearing helmets but those who did not have helmet, were called to Police Control Room and shown films regarding road accidents.

  • Farewell to UDA officers, employees

    Ujjain: Four officers of Ujjain Development Authority (UDA) – superintending engineers SK Shah, JK Jain, cartographer Jaya Khedkar and assistant grade-3 Mohanlal Porwal – were given a warm farewell during a programme on Tuesday.UDA CEO Shivendra Singh felicitated the officers and presented mementoes and felicitation letters to the employees. VK Tiwari, KC Patidar, DK Neema and others were present on this occasion.

  • Singhnaad-2 magazine released

    Ujjain: A magazine titled ‘Singhnaad-2’ was released during a programme organised at Parmeshwari Garden under the aegis of Hindu Shourya Jagran Abhiyan. MP Planning Commission vice chairman Babulal Jain chaired the programme while social worker from Indore Kesarimal Jain was also present on the release of magazine. Abhiyan president Kailash Sharma welcomed the guests. Secretary Arvind Jain conducted the programme while Bhanupratap Panwar proposed the vote of thanks.

  • Art camp concludes

    Ujjain: An art camp organised by Kalidas Montessori Senior Secondary School Bambakhana concluded recently  Children were imparted training for dance, drawing, computer and spoken English during the camp. Chairman Manaklal Giria chaired the programme.

  • One dies in road accident

    BHOPAL: A youth died in road accident in Berasia on Tuesday. According to police, Uddam Singh, 25, was riding bike with some relative. But unidentified vehicle hit him and he died on spot. Relative phoned the police. Police took him to near by hospital. Police have registered the case against unidentified vehicle for the accident.

  • CM briefed on Light Metro for Bpl, Indore, Jabalpur

    BHOPAL: Light metro train would be launched in Bhopal, Indore and Jabalpur under Mass Rapid Transit System (MRTS). A detailed project report (DPR) of Metro is being prepared.     This was informed in a presentation on MRTS given by department of urban administration and development before chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan here on Tuesday.

  • FIR against RKDF management under SC/ST Act

    BHOPAL : Deputy inspector general, D Shrinivas Verma has directed police station in-charge, Misrod to file a first information report (FIR) against RKDF College management under section 4 of the Prevention of Atrocities against SCs & STs Act-1989. Collector Nishant Warvade had written to DIG, Bhopal to get an FIR filed against the College head and staff.

  • Govt takes responsibility of waifs’ education

    BHOPAL: The cabinet decided that government will take responsibility of destitute, rag-pickers and wayward children’s education. This task will be linked with School Chalein Ham Abhiyan. These children will be brought up and educated in hostels. The cabinet was informed that 66 thousand 13 persons have so far got registered to become motivators under School Chalein Ham Abhiyan. It was also informed that about 10 years ago, over 29 lakh children did

  • Navtapa over, no relief from scorching heat

    BHOPAL: There was no respite from scorching and sweltering heat on Tuesday, despite Navtapa having ended. Monsoon is likely to hit the state sometime after mid-June. Various district of south-west and east Madhya Pradesh, including Bhopal, are likely to experience isolated rain in the next 24 hours.