Free Press Journal
  • Naxalism can be eradicated by strong efforts, will: DG Trivedi

    •  75th foundation day of CRPF to be celebrated at Neemuch
    • CRPF DG visits Neemuch

    Neemuch: Director General of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) Dilip Trivedi was on one-day tour in Neemuch CRPF premises and inspected many areas during this including group center, CTC, RTC and four signal. He also conducted a meeting during his visit wherein he informed that after the approval of union government to add four new battalion

  • EC orders action against official whose son posed with EVMs

    New Delhi : The Election Commission on Tuesday directed poll authorities in Uttar Pradesh to immediately suspend a government official and initiate disciplinary proceedings against him for dereliction of duty after his son uploaded his photographs with EVMs on a social networking site, reports PTI.

  • Marriage party members hurt as truck hits tractor-trolley

    NARSINGHPUR: More than half-a-dozen members of a marriage party sustained injuries when a truck hit into the rear end of the tractor-trolley they were aboard on Tuesday.The road accident took place near Sagari village on the National Highway no. 7. The impact of collision was so intense that all members of the marriage party including bride and groom were thrown on the road. However, the newly-married couple did not sustain injuries and

  • VARCO City: Ban on sale of plots to continue

    Badnawar: The ban imposed on the sale of plots of the disputed Wasco City Colony will continue, as the SDM rejected the application of lifting of the ban, submitted by the company Shubham Real Infra Private Ltd. The applicants Ajay Kumar Jawaharlal Jain, Manoj Somani and Shailendra Chopra on behalf of the company have appealed that, they have bought 54 Bigha land through registered sale deed for developing a colony here.

  • MP govt pledges Rs1 cr to revive Tolstoy Farm

    Johannesburg : To nurture the legacy of Mahatma Gandhi in South Africa, where he first began his Satyagraha, the Madhya Pradesh government will donate one crore rupees for the restoration of his once home, Tolstoy Farm, PTI reports.

  • Woman denied job of contract teacher

    NARSINGHPUR: The collector rejected an application of a Gadarwara resident woman seeking appointment against the post of contract teacher during the public hearing on Tuesday.After perusal of application submitted to collector Naresh Pal by Gauri Shrivas it was found that she did not fulfil the criteria mentioned in the rules and regulations of MP state education department. Shrivas asked for appointment against contract teacher grade-3 post. However, she lacked the eligibility mentioned

  • Thieves strike at vacant house

    Nanpur: Thieves broke into a vacant house situated near bus stand area on the intervening night of Monday-Tuesday and took away cash and jewelry worth lakhs.  Police have registered the case against the unidentified accused and further investigations are on. As per the information, some unidentified thieves broke into the house of Bhupendra Vani and took away cash and jewelry worth lakhs. Vani informed that he was in Indore to see his

  • Umashankar meets Tomar; pleads for Multi-Skill Dev Centres

    BHOPAL: Technical Education and Skill Development Minister Umashankar Gupta met Union Labour and Employment Minister  Narendra Singh Tomar in New Delhi on Tuesday. Gupta urged the Union Minister to get sanctioned at the earliest the proposal for opening multi-skill development centres in Bhopal and Gwalior, ITIs in 110 development blocks and skill development centres in 313 development blocks.  Tomar said that action will be taken in this regard soon.

  • Power woes and blame game continue in Delhi

    New Delhi : There is no early respite for Delhiites from power woes. The long power cuts in the national capital will continue for a fortnight as the central government on Tuesday said it would take at least two weeks to resolve the crisis, reports IANS.

  • PWD officials, SDM conduct inspections

    • SDM suspends Patwari for showing negligence
    • Review various development works during the inspection

    Karahi : The superintending engineer of Public Works Department, Khandwa, executive engineer of Khargone PWD and SDO and SDM of Mandleshwar conducted joint surprise inspection of the town and reviewed various under going government construction works in the town here on Tuesday.

  • Want my child back, trace him at all cost, says woman

    Mandi (Himachal Pradesh) : “I want my child back. No stone should be left unturned,” Aisa Hussain, whose son was swept away in the flooded Beas River in Mandi district, said on Tuesday.

  • Banks should mount pressure on big defaulters for loan-recovery: Collector

    Ratlam: Banks should mount pressure on the persons who have borrowed big amount of money as loans for the recovery rather than small and poor farmers. While addressing a district level coordination committee the district Collector Dr Sanjay Goyal said that there should least possible pending cases of the loan sanction and cases should not be rejected on the petty grounds.

  • Search under way for 19 missing students, four cremated

    Mandi/Hyderabad : Rescuers on Tuesday scoured the Beas river in Mandi where a wall of water washed away a group of engineering college students two days ago, leaving at least five dead and 19 missing, IANS reports.

  • Water crisis hits rural areas, villagers stage road blockade

    BEGUMGANJ: The water crisis is prevailing in several villages of Sultanganj Tappa but no arrangements were made on administrative level consequently the farmers staged road blockade on Sultanganj-Sagar Road on Monday. Sultanganj police on the information reached the spot and intervened into the matter. The residents of Markheda villager were assured to make proper arrangements of drinking water in rural areas.

  • Miscreants attack family, no FIR lodged

    Khargone: A Bhagwanpura resident Ramesh Banjara has imposed serious allegations on Bistan station in-charge of not registering an FIR instead filing the case of attack on his family under non-cognizable offence. On Tuesday, Ramesh has submitted a complaint in this regards to SP NP Varkade and demanded strict action regarding this. It was stated in the complaint that on Monday night, some miscreants had attacked him and his family with weapons. When

  • MODI USHERS NEW GOVT ORDER IN DELHI

    At most govt buildings in the capital, every corner is being thoroughly cleaned up in keeping with the Prime Minister’s directive to maintain strict cleanliness and hygiene (more…)

  • Govt to go in for 54 new ITBP border posts in Arunachal

    New Delhi : In a major step to fortify defences along the China border, over 50 new border posts are being planned for the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) force in the north eastern state of Arunachal Pradesh, reports PTI.