Free Press Journal
  • Vidhyaaram ceremony at St Rapheal’s

    Indore : Once again, the city is abuzz with schools buses and vans taking kids to schools as they have reopened after two months of vacations. School kids are regaining their academic session in full swing while the tiny tots are incepting into them.

  • BMC plans intimidatory tactics to break protest

    Mumbai : Frustrated with the residents’ efforts to stall its move to cut the water and electric connections, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) with the help of the Mumbai police, is devising a plan to get though the protesters.

  • Woman dies over water dispute

    Ratlam : A dispute arose between the two neighbour over the issue of breaking water pipe, which resulted in the death of a woman who according to family members felt uneasiness due to dispute and died in the hospital. The incident occurred in village Sarvan near here on Friday, where 60-years old Geetabai died (more…)

  • Kasturba Ashram, Niwali receives 1000 applications for 100 seats

    Niwali/ Sendhwa : While the government is doing lots of endeavour to bring the children in schools, with the special drive of ‘School Chalo Abhiyan’, the rural children are crowding up to get admission in the out-standing school of Kasturba Ashram, Niwali. For admission on only 100 seats, the Ashram has received over 1000 forms. (more…)

  • Four-day Malwa Utsav concludes

    Mandsaur : Young Dashpur and Shagun event organised a four-day Malwa Utsav wherein on the last day, ramp show of children mesmerized the audience and also ‘Ek Sham Shahido Ke Naam’ programme developed a feeling of patriotism among the public. (more…)

  • Disputes rising in Grasim

    Nagda : Disputes have been rising in the Grasim industry and its relations with the contract labourers are getting worse day by day. The recent example of which was seen on Saturday when a contract labourer Sandeep Singh had an argument with an officer Bhupendra Singh Raghuwanshi. During the argument, Raghuwanshi thrashed (more…)

  • Many oppose rail fare hike

    Nagda : The so-called ‘hard decision’ of the central government about the hike in rail fares has created uproar among various political and social leaders along with the general masses. Some of the reactions of people are as follows:

  • MNREGA fraud: Case filed against E-E, sub engineer

    Sendhwa : A case of fraud has been registered against the executive engineer and sub engineer posted in Rural Engineering Services Sendhwa, sub division. The district project officer has lodged the complaint against them at Varla station.     (more…)

  • WREU submits memo in support of their demands

    Ratlam : Western Railway Employees Union (WREU) staged a demonstration here on Saturday in support of 14 points charter of Union’s demands. A meeting was held which addressed by the Assistant General Secretary Govindlal Sharma, WREU Ratlam rail division president Manohar Pachori and Secretary S B Shrivastava. (more…)

  • Advani deserves to be President of India: Gadkari

    New Delhi : Union Minister and senior BJP leader Nitin Gadkari has said party patriarch L K Advani deserves to be the President of India, a post commensurate with his stature.

  • Encroachments diminish pastures and revenue land

    Khargone : The practice of encroaching on any unoccupied land has become very common in the villages and the encroachers used to grab the pastures (land traditionally left for cattle grazing) and government owned revenue lands. Hence, the areas of pastures and revenue lands are rapidly reducing in all villages. (more…)

  • SDM raids Quacks’ clinics

    Gandhwani : SDM Abhay Singh Ahoriya reached with his team to conduct raid on those clinics and medial shops, which are operating without license. He raided many clinics, stores and pathologies and shut them. This raid has created a chaos among the quacks in the city as this was the first time when such a big raid was conducted (more…)

  • Bhayal appointed MLA representative

    Kukshi : MLA Kukshi, Surendra Singh Honey Baghel appointed Youth Congress minister Shankarlal Bhayal of Kapsi village as the MLA representative for Kukshi Janpad Panchayat. Bhayal took over the charge and submitted the appointment letter to Kukshi CEO JP Mishra. The congress politicos of the Janpad area expressed happiness on the appointment of Bhayal and thanked MLA. (more…)

  • MODINOMICS WILL FACE ‘SOCIALIST’ ROADBLOCK

    This steep railway fare hike cannot but raise the hackles of the “socialists” in the Congress and of the mainstream Left, who will see these measures as a capitulation to the corporate lobby (more…)

  • Now, US wants Modi to do a Manmohan!

    Washington : Long denied a US visa, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi may well get the rare honour of addressing a joint session of US Congress when he visits US in September.

  • Employers refuse passports, Indians stranded in Najaf

    New Delhi : Efforts continued on Saturday to secure the release of the 39 kidnapped Indians in Mosul town of strife-torn Iraq with the government remaining in touch with the countries in the region to resolve the crisis after identity of the captors were known. (more…)

  • Sitharaman files nomination for RS from Andhra

    Hyderabad: Union Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday filed her nomination for Rajya Sabha from Andhra Pradesh.

  • CAG, CVC behind policy paralysis is a bogey: Rai

    New Delhi : Dismissing the hypothesis that investigating and auditing agencies are responsible for policy paralysis, former CAG Vinod Rai on Saturday said that bureaucrats could deliver given the space and empowerment.

  • DMK suspends 3 top leaders, 30 others

    Our Correspondent, Chennai: In a surprise action, the DMK leadership reeling under the Lok Sabha poll rout, on Saturday summarily suspended 33 functionaries including three top leaders holding them responsible for the election debacle in certain constituencies.