Free Press Journal
  • Germany out to end third place rut

    Rio de Janeiro :  Germany captain Philipp Lahm is desperate to avoid his side becoming the eternal third place team as they plot how to beat Brazil in the World Cup semi-final.

  • Genetics behind stunner free-kick, says David Luiz

    Fortaleza (Brazil): David Luiz can only explain the technique behind his game-clinching free kick in the World Cup quarterfinal win over Colombia as a product of genetics.

  • Trader robbed of Rs 7 lakh

    Indore : A wholesale pharmaceutical trader was looted of Rs 7 lakh by two mobike-borne miscreants, on Saturday. The incident occurred at 1.30 pm close to the city police control room.

  • France ready to target Euro success

    Rio de Janeiro :  France coach Didier Deschamps is confident his side can learn the harsh lessons from World Cup heartache as they target success at the 2016 European Championship on home soil.

  • World Cup fever grips Bollywood as stars root for Brazil

    New Delhi :  As World Cup excitement reaches fever pitch, Bollywood actors, including superstars Amitabh Bachchan to Shah Rukh Khan, are soaking in the soccer mania with many of them rooting for tournament favourites Brazil.

  • UC waste disposal hits PCB roadblock

    Indore : The MP Pollution Control Board (PCB) has rejected the application of Ramki Enviro Engineers’ for seeking approval of its Pithampur-based MP Waste Management Project, meant for disposal of industrial wastes.

  • Dr Kanhere is Controller of Exam MPPSC

    Indore : Dr RR Kanhere has assumed charge as Controller of Examinations in MP Public Service Commission. Prior to his current appointment, Dr Kanhere was acting principal at Government Girls College, Barwani under Indore Division. Dr Kanhare has replaced Dr Shrikrishna Sharma, who has been appointed principal of Government Post Graduate College, Narsinghgarh, District Rajgarh under Bhopal Division.

  • Cleft-lip surgery by CHL docs on Myanmar twins

    Indore : An international cleft-lip and cleft palate surgical mission had recently been organized at Myitkyina (Myanmar) by the CHL Hospital, Indore and Smile Train. The surgical mission was held in June and was organized with the help of India Embassy and the Health Ministry of Myanmar.

  • Talk show on recruitment scam at Indore Press Club

    Indore : A talk show centred on recruitment scam in the State was organized in the Rajendra Mathur Auditorium in the Press Club premise here on Saturday. Apart from BJP Spokesperson all the present members demanded CBI enquiry of the Vyapam scam.

  • Mishra assumes charge as Addl Director, PR

    Indore : Ashok Kumar Mishra, currently Joint-Director Public Relations, Divisional Public Relations Office, Indore has assumed change of Additional Director Public Relations, Indore, on Saturday.

  • A noble auto-ride

    Indore : In a City where every commuter is cribbing about absurd amount charged by auto-drivers or about their indecent behaviour, there is one guy who runs auto solely with an objective of serving the under-privileged.

  • Nayagaon CCI cement unit to be back on track

    Neemuch : In the parliamentary area of Mansdaur-Neemuch, MP Sudhir Gupta inspected the Nayagaon unit of Cement Corporation which was shut for the past 18 years. After inspecting the factory, and having a discussion with the mineral department and the revenue department, he promised all the citizens that the factory shall be on the run again so that employment could be provided to the citizens. Sudhir also said that he had seen

  • Worrying about drought like situation

    Jhabua : Farmers are now tired of waiting for the monsoon. They have tried all they could, from ‘Totkas’ to all the religious activities. The river, that was the only source of water supply in Jhabua is about to give up. Although clouds were observed since morning, they moved away without providing rains.

  • Man dies after falling down from tree

    Khargone : A man died due to falling off a tree. The deceased climbed up the tree to feed his cattle with the fruits and leaves of the tree. The mishap took place on Friday afternoon in the premises of Electricity Distribution Company located at Khandwa Road. The deceased was recognized as Kumar, a resident of Sharadpura. It was his daily routine to pluck leaves from the tree and he was doing

  • Govt takes over the possession on Krishna Ginning land

    Nagda : Acting on the directions of the upper collector Ujjain, Tehsildar of Nagda has taken the possession of the Krishna Ginning factory land on behalf of the government. The market value of the land is estimated in crores. In this action, carried out on Wednesday, Tehsildar Mamta Patel did the demarcation of land, made the punchnama and took the land under government’s possession.

  • Collector gifts an ambulance to Red Cross society

    Khargon : Collector Dr Navneet Mohan Kothari, at the collector office premises, gifted an air-conditioned ambulance to the Indian Red-Cross Society. He handed the keys of the ambulance to the chairman of Red-Cross Society, Ashutosh Purohit. On this occasion, MLA of Bhijangaon, Jhuma Solanki, representative of Rajya-Sabha member Devendra Sadho and others were also present. It is also being said that Dr Vijaylakshmi Sadho, through her MP fund, has provided Red-Cross Society

  • Maheshwari Women Organisation’s state level meeting held

    Sendhwa : A state level meeting of Maheshwari Mahila Sanghthan was organised at local Shanti Palace Hotel here on Saturday. During the meeting, the women office bearers of all 16 districts of the state took part. Organisation’s national chairperson Sushila Kabra specially arrived to attend the meeting.

  • Aalot MLA meets CM discuss about region’s problems

    Nagda : MLA of Aalot region Jitendra Gehlot along with the representative of Nagda BJP committee met Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan at Bhopal on Friday. During the meeting, BJP representative committee complained about the problems and inconvenience faced by people while creating the cast certificates. The whole procedure will be smoothened and proper solution will be given to the problems faced, says CM. The Representative Committee has pleased the local government

  • Special fair organised for beneficiaries

    Badnawar : A special fair was organised under the special central scheme for the distribution of various products for selective beneficiaries. The fair included stalls of diesel-pumps, sprinklers, pipe-lines, bullock-carts and various other agricultural necessities. The chief guest on this occasion was MP of Dhar, Savitri Thakur and regional MLA Bhanwar Singh Shekhawat.

  • Sub-standard seeds banned

    Khargon : According to the reports of the sample seeds taken from Barwaha, for the Kharif crops of the year 2014, few varieties of seeds were found out to be of sub-standard since they could not match up to the defined standards. Manager of the agricultural department, Reva Singh Sisodia, has banned these seeds instantly under the Section 6-A and 7-B. The purchase and selling of these seeds will now be considered