Free Press Journal
  • HIKE: Students of UTDs to pay Rs 180 as sports fees

    Ujjain : The incumbent Executive Council (EC) of the Vikram University (VU) met for the first time at Madhav Bhavan, here on Friday afternoon, under the chairmanship of Vice-Chancellor Prof Jawaharlal Kaul. During the meeting, several issues were taken-up for discussion and decisions were also taken on some of them. It was decided to effect hike in sports fees from Rs 70 to 180 for the students of university teaching departments (UTDs).

  • Future of Double Decker to be decided on Tuesday

    Indore : The future of Indore-Habibgang Double Decker would be decided in the forthcoming Railway Budget, to be presented on Tuesday (July 8). However, sources said that, the Railway Board is weighing various options.

  • Jet Delhi flight arrives late

    Indore: Jet Airways’ evening Delhi-Indore-Delhi flight reached here 50 minutes late on Friday due to operational reason. Airport Director RN Shinde told that the flight no. JAI-2793 Delhi-Indore-Delhi arrived the city airport at 9.30pm and departed for Delhi again at 10 pm.

  • MBBS admission swindlers to be interrogated by Indore police

    Ujjain : Now a joint team of Indore and Ujjain police will be interrogating MBBS college admission swindlers who were recently arrested by Chimanganj Mandi police. Master mind of the racket Vikarm Chauhan and his three accomplices were arrested from Indore, police were searching for them in duping of Rajasthan based bank employee and Brijesh Kaushik of Mathura for Rs 40 lakhs each, after which police were searching for them.

  • MIT students selected in Impetus

    Ujjain : Two students of Mahakal Institute of Technology have been selected in Impetus Infotech Private Limited. Akshay Jain and Aditya Solge of Computer Science branch of college were selected in campus drive organized by company, giving the information deputy director TPO Anurag Bhadaniya told that, written exam and personal interviews were organized by the company. Praveen Vashisht, Chairman MIT, Dr Vivek Bansod, Director, Col MS Gupta and Prof Navneet Tiwari congratulated

  • Lok Ayukta nabs head constable taking bribe

    Ujjain : A police head constable working at Bhairavgarh police station was trapped by the Lok Ayukta police for taking a bribe of Rs 1500 from a lorry operator on Friday morning.

  • Of 451 in IIM-I new batch, 401 are engineers

    Indore : No surprise. Like previous years, students from engineering background continued to dominate the flagship post-graduate programme (PGP) in management at Indian Institute of Management Indore this year as well.

  • Jain seers to observe Chaturmasa in city

    Ujjain : Great Jain seers Mahendra Rishi and Hitendra Rishi have agreed to observe their Chaturmas 2014 in Ujjain organised by Sri Vardhman Sthanakvasi Jain Sharavak Sangh, Namak Mandi. The Seer will arrive accompanied with 6 other seers and a large number of disciples. Speaking to media persons here on Friday, patron of the welcome committee Ramchandra Shrimal, president Vimalchand Mutha and coordinator Sunil Kumar Shrimal told that, arrangements are being made

  • Murder mystery solved after seven months

    Khargone : Police have arrested all the accused, involved in the murder of Rauf Khan, took place seven months ago. The body of Rauf Khan was found in suspicious circumstances at the premises of the Excellence School. Police Superintendent NP Varkare, SDOP RB Dixit and station in-charge Brijesh Malviya have revealed the murder case and informed about the involvement of four accused.

  • NSUI burns effigy of VU registrar

    Ujjain : National Students Union (NSUI) activists staged a protest and burned effigy of Vikram University (VU) registrar at varsity campuses on Friday. The activists burned effigy of registrar BL Bunkar of the varsity due to non acceptance of their various demands under the banner of NSUI. Workers also handed over a memorandum to Vice chancellor JL Kaul regarding their demands. The students raised slogans against the vice chancellor and showed anger

  • 30 of Shrinivas Tiwari clan were appointed in one school

    BHOPAL : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan announced in the House on Thursday to get irregularities in appointments during Congress government in the state probed. The probe would be made into the appointments of family members of former Assembly speaker Shrinivas Tiwari.

  • Court sentences life imprisonment to two

    Sendhwa : The upper class judicial magistrate MK Rathi, slapped a punishment of life imprisonment to the accused, who were found guilty in the murder and loot case that took place on January in Purushkhera village of Niwali region. Along with the life imprisonment, cash penalty of Rs 4000 were also given to them.

  • Ujjain family wins on SAB TV game show

    Ujjain : ‘Sab Khelo Sab Jeeto’ is a unique gaming television series which gets the entire family together to play games and win big prizes.

  • Baby suffocated to death inside car

    BHOPAL : A pal of gloom descended at Deepak Jain of Navrang Saris Store, New Market when his two-and-half-year-old baby suffocated to death in car on Friday.

  • ASI caught accepting bribe of Rs 5000

    Garoth : In a trap, laid by the Lok Ayukta Police Ujjain, ASI posted in Garoth station, was caught red handed while accepting bribe of Rs 5000.

  • Three unidentified bodies found

    BHOPAL: Hanumanganj police registered attempt to murder against 4 youths on Friday. None of them has been arrested so far.  According to police, four youth Rakku, Rajesh, Sonu and Sitaram attacked Premnarain. Deepak Kumar Raikwar, son of victim, lodged complained attempt to murder. Earlier, three unidentified bodies have been found. Two of them age-50 and 65 years old, were found in premises of Kamla Nehru Hospital. While police recovered a unidentified body

  • All eyes on new railway budget of NDA Govt

    Ratlam : All eyes are fixed on the ensuing railway budget to be presented in the parliament by the Union Railway Minister on July 8. There are many demands of Ratlam Rail Division on the railway passengers’ facility front.

  • DRM to meet railway users

    Ratlam : Railway users will have now opportunity to direct communicate and meet the Divisional Rail Manager alongwith their suggestions for the improvement of railway services in the division. According to information, on every Friday from 5pm to 5.30 pm one can communicate and meet the Divisional Rail Manager at the Divisional Rail Manager office, but for availing this opportunity one will have to send the application with suggestions two week in

  • Handover Vyapam scam probe to CBI: Digvijay

    Bhopal : Former chief minister Digvijaya Singh on Friday sent a letter petition to chief justice of Madhya Pradesh High Court, requesting to handover Vyapam scam probe to CBI and set up a special investigation team (SIT) reputed members of judiciary and police to supervise the probe.