Free Press Journal
  • Two die, six injured in separate road mishaps

    Burhanpur : One person died on the spot while four other persons suffered severe injuries in a road mishap when a truck collided with an Eicher vehicle on the intervening night of Wednesday – Thursday. The truck driver fled from the spot. (more…)

  • Irregularities prevailing at community health center

    Manawar : On one hand, the state government has been trying to provide all the health facilities to its citizen by running various health schemes, whereas on the contrary, despite of taking advantage of the government schemes, patients have to suffer many problems at the government hospitals. Its live example could be seen in (more…)

  • Govt bans fishing till August 15

    Burhanpur : The sate government has imposed a complete ban on fishing in the water bodies in the state for two months, to protect the fish stock during the breeding period in monsoon. The ban will remain effective till August 15. (more…)

  • Municipality prez inspects under construction water tank

    Khachrod : With the aim of providing fresh drinking water to the residents, a water tank is being constructed under the Mukhya Mantri Payjal Yojana, with an amount of RS 22 crores. To make sure that the residents could get fresh drinking water soon and the work would be completed on time, municipality president Vijay Kumar (more…)

  • Export-import process begins from local depot of CCI

    Ratlam : The process of export and import from the local depot of the Container Corporation of India (CCI) has commenced which will boost trade and industrial activities in the area. According to information, the facility of Electronic Data Exchange has commenced and the Central Customs and Excise department has issued notification about this effect. (more…)

  • Life-imprisonment to woman for killing daughter in-law

    Khandwa : In the judgment of a dowry murder case, the mother in-law of the deceased, was sentenced life imprisonment and some other punishments; while three other accused were also punished by the special session’s judge Gaurishankar Dubey, on Wednesday. (more…)

  • Cong-NCP discuss change of guard

    New Delhi : The Congress, NCP talks remained inconclusive on Thursday on the seat-sharing formula for the Maharashtra Assembly elections but there were indications that a final decision on the change of leadership may be taken by Monday.  (more…)

  • Captives located but no word on their safety yet

    New Delhi : The location of the 40 Indian construction workers kidnapped in strife-torn Iraq has been identified and it happens to be a government building, the Ministry of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj said on Thursday.

  • Spain elimination end of ‘tiki-taka’

    Rio De Janeiro : Spain have been a sorry mess at the World Cup and are out of the contest after two consecutive defeats. For six years they had been the most proactive, visionary side in the world but on the eastern coast of Brazil on Wednesday night they lacked cohesion, fight and a basic plan. (more…)

  • STF to confront Laxmikant with OP Shukla, Vyapam officials

    BHOPAL : Special Task Force (STF) will confront former minister Laxmikant Sharma with his OSD OP Shukla and four Vyapam officials in connection with the contractual teachers’ grade-II appointment fraud on the basis of the names of the candidates recommended by the ex-Minister being found on the hard disc of the computers of Vyapam officials.  (more…)

  • Prof Parashar exhorts teachers

    Ujjain : Noted social scientist Prof Shailendra Parashar has exhorted the teaching community to inculcate such an investiture among the students which can help them win over the hardships of present and future times.  He was addressing a session of the six-day teacher’s training workshop, which is in progress at the Kalidas Montessori (more…)

  • In sorrow and (S)pain!

    Madrid/ Rio de Janeiro : Grim-looking Spaniards clutching beers in Madrid bars grasped for explanations on Thursday as their heroes crashed out of the World Cup in the group stages, beaten 2-0 by Chile.

  • Man duped of Rs 5000

    Betma : Nowadays, various cases are being observed of duping the people by asking them their debit card numbers and withdrawing money from them. N Tiwari, a resident of Narmada Nagar, received a call from the number 95031-56925.

  • Karunanidhi hits out at Rajnath’s ‘Hindi imposition’

    Chennai : Reviving the DMK’s old anti-Hindi plank, its leader M Karunanidhi on Thursday launched a no-holds barred attack on the Narendra Modi Government for attempting to impose Hindi, saying such a move would make the non-Hindi speaking population feel like second class citizens. (more…)

  • YC submits memo to Municipal Commissioner

    Ujjain : The members of Ujjain City Youth Congress submitted a memorandum to the Municipal Corporation on SSSM ID issue over which the residents are facing problems. As with the new directive SSSMID is must document for taking benefits of various government schemes. The members of the Ujjain Youth Congress in their (more…)

  • CM orders background check on personal staff of Ministers

    BHOPAL : The Intelligence department would now keep an eye on the personal staff of ministers in the wake of personal assistants of governor Ramnaresh Yadav and chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan along with OP Shukla, OSD to former minister Laxmikant Sharma getting implicated in the Vyapam scam. (more…)

  • ‘Gaurvi’ helps woman cold shouldered by Mahila Thana

    BHOPAL : A newly wedded woman who got married in February reached the Mahila Thana to file a complaint against her husband and in-laws on Thursday for continuous harassment over the demand of dowry. The Thana officials did not gave proper response to her and just took her application and directed her to come back (more…)

  • 2 hurt as speeding car rams into truck

    Ujjain : An Indore based family survived an accident Thursday morning in Bhairavgarh area. The accident took place around 7 am near Bhairavgarh when the victims were going from their home in Indore for marriage function in Ajmer.

  • Kuthiyala to go if council doesn’t meet before July 4

    BHOPAL: The repeated postponements of the general council meetings of the Makhanlal Chaturvedi University of Journalism have become a thorn in the flesh for the varsity vice-chancellor BK Kuthiyala. The term of the general council is ending on July 4 and if its meeting does not take place before that date, then it would be difficult for Kuthiyala to get extension. Continue Reading ...-->