Free Press Journal
  • Gayatri Parivar takes pledge to make city polythene-free

    Ujjain : Members of Gayatri Shakti Peeth took a pledge to make the city polythene-free to mark the occasion of Ganga Dashmi. Assistant publicity convener Devendra Kumar Shrivastava, an awareness drive will begin from June 14 at Indira Nagar. A delegation of Gayatri Parivar handed over a memorandum to Collector on Wednesday demanding cooperation in the drive. Administration was urged to put a ban on the use of polythene bags in sale

  • New RTO welcomed at special camp

    Ujjain: Tata Magic Owners and Drivers Association members welcomed new Regional Transport Officer (RTO) Shailendra Nigam during a special camp conducted at the office on Wednesday. Committee president Ishaq Bhai Sondawala and vice president Vinod Tyagi informed that Chief Minister has initiated a scheme to provide benefits to drivers. They welcomed the initiative of CM. BJP city president Iqbal Singh Gandhi, Municipal Speaker Sonu Gehlot, Vimal Jain and others were present. Committee

  • Indoreans gearing up for football World Cup

    Indore: No doubt India is a cricket frenzy country but the intensity of watching the world’s most popular sports, football, is no less among Indoreans as they’re set for their share of entertainment with FIFA World Cup, starting tonight.Deepanshu Pawar, an IT professional and a football junkie can’t wait for the World Cup to start as he said, “This is the day I have been waiting for. The pleasure of watching FIFA

  • Jet flight delayed by three hours

    Indore: Leading private airliner Jet airways Mumbai Indore Mumbai flight got delayed by three hours on Wednesday.  According to the Airport director RN Shinde,the flight no. 9wjll4385 arrived from Mumbai to Indore at 10:30pm and departured back to Mumbai at 11:00pm. While the scheduled arrival and departure of the flight is 7:30pm and 8:00pm. Shinde told that the reason behind the delay was single runway operational at Mumbai. it caused trouble to

  • IMC to take actions against ‘free advertisers’ in city

    Indore: After lodging an FIR against the director of ACE coaching classes for damaging the beauty of BRTS by allegedly pasting advertising pamphlets on the poles without taking permission from the IMC recently, the higher officials at the IMC got a wake up call on Wednesday.  The IMC officials are set to lodge complaints against several schools, colleges and coaching institutions and hostels across the city, which are damaging the beauty of

  • HoD denies teaching subject students flunked exams

    Indore: Contrary to the claim of her students, New Girls Degree College’s economics department head Anjana Jain, on Wednesday turned up at the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) and informed the officials that she did not teach “public finance” subject in which entire class of 30 students failed. On Tuesday, a group of students had reached the university and alleged that they were under-marked in public finance paper.

  • Bohras to celebrate Shab-e- Mubarak on Friday

    Indore: The Dawoodi Bohra community will celebrate ‘Shab-e-Mubarak’ on Friday by offering special Namaz at Saifi Nagar mosque. Mahazar Sethijiwala, Burahuddin Shakruwala and Johar Manpurawala while informing media persons about the festival said “On the night of Shab-e-Mubarak, special prayers are offered and it brings happiness and prosperity to the families and also apologies are made on this occasion for all the wrongdoings done throughout the year.”The special Namaz will be read

  • Youth murdered in Kanadiya

    Indore: A 35-year-old man of Bhikangaon was found murdered by some unidentified killers in the forest of Kanadiya, on Tuesday. The victim left his village saying that he was visiting a nearby village, on last Friday and was found dead after four days.Although, the motive behind the murder remained a mystery as Dilip Singh Chowdhary, in-charge of Kanadiya police station said, “The decomposed body of the man was discovered on Tuesday afternoon.

  • WR GM in city today

    Indore: General Manager of Western Railway Hemant Kumar is expected to reach here at Indore railway station at noon. He will come here after completing the motorized trolley inspection at Laxmibai Nagar. The local rail administration did last ditch efforts to maintain all the services in order.

  • Cotton trader’s house burgled

    Indore: Thieves struck at a cotton trader’s house at Bhawarkuan area and decamped with booty worth lakhs, on Wednesday. Police registered a case against unidentified accused after inspecting the scene of crime.According to police, the incident took place at the residence of Banwarilal Agrawal, a resident of Mangalmurti Nagar. Agrawal had gone out of town for last one month and his neighbour informed him about the incident, on Wednesday morning after which

  • PS visits RTO office

    Indore: A chaos like situation prevailed at RTO office, on Wednesday when Principal Secretary, Transport Pramod Agrawal visited the RTO Office at Vijay Nagar.In a surprise inspection, the Principal Secretary inspected the licence and number plate section of the office and checked various registers as well.According to sources, Agrawal inspected the office after getting complaints of number plate and licence section. He also ordered the company officials to keep the section open

  • Another python found in MY mortuary

    Indore: Employees of MY Hospital mortuary are in the grip of fear as one more python was found in the premises on Wednesday.  The employees ran out of the premises and also lodged a complaint with the hospital administration. According to sources, on Wednesday morning, the employees were shocked and frightened when they found a 2 feet python moving in the mortuary premises. It was the second incident in as many days

  • Election process of YC begins

    Indore: The election process of Yeshwant Club began here on Wednesday by issuing nomination papers. A few aspiring candidates came forward to take nomination papers between 4pm and 9pm.  The Club sources said that the nomination papers can be filed till June 17. Candidates can withdraw the name on June 24. The voting will be held on June 29 from 11 to 4 pm and counting of the votes will start just

  • Woman succumbs to burns, kin alleges dowry death

    Ujjain: A 24-year-old woman succumbed to burn injuries on Wednesday, four days after she was admitted to the Civil Hospital. Ramkanya of Bhatpachlana had suffered 65 per cent burns and was admitted to the hospital by her family members. She was set ablaze allegedly by her in-laws at her residence in village Rupeta of Nagda on June 7. The family members have alleged her in-laws for setting Ramkanya, wife of Shyamlal, a

  • Couple arrested for human trafficking

    Indore: Aerodrome police on Tuesday arrested a couple, who was wanted in a case of human trafficking in Ujjain. Police handed them over to Ujjain police.According to Aerodrome police, one Madhuri Giri (30) was arrested along with her husband, Sunil Giri (35) from their rented house in Anubhuti Nagar. The accused were booked under various sections of human trafficking in police station of Ujjain and Alote. Madhuri was wanted by cops of