Free Press Journal
  • ABVP seeks ban on private coaching by govt teachers

    Khachrod : Students of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) presented a memorandum to sub divisional officer Rajneesh Shrivastav about the menace of private coaching centres being run by government schoolteachers in the city. They pointed out that on one hand, the state government is providing free education and introducing various schemes; and on the other hand, these teachers are giving them supplementary so that they are forced to take private coaching from

  • Umarban Janpad headquarters abandoned

    Bakaner : Youth Congress politician of the state Radheshyam Muvel issued a press release informing about the vacant posts of chief executive officer and Panchayat inspector at the Umarban Janpad headquarters, which is troubling residents, especially beneficiaries.

  • Make regular contacts with public: Gaur

    Dewas : State home minister Babulal Gaur addressed a review meeting of divisional level police officials here on Saturday. During the meeting, SDGP (CID) Rajeev Tandon, Ujjain Range IG V Madhukumar, Dewas SP Abhay Singh, Ujjain SP Anurag, Mandsaur SP Manohar Verma, Shajpur SP Avinash Sharma, Neemuch SP Rudolf Alwaris, Ratlam SP GK Pathak, Agar-Malwa SP RR Parihar and other senior level officials were present.

  • Illegal teakwood slabs worth thousands seized

    Mhow : The forest department , Mhow raided at a house under Kushalgarh forest reason near here on Saturday noon and seized illegal teakwood slabs worth over thousands of rupees. But, the accused seceded to flee from the spot.

  • Intern case: Clean chit to Judge Ganguly

    New Delhi: The Union Home Ministry has cleared former Supreme Court Judge, Justice A.K. Ganguly of any wrongdoing in connection with a sexual assault case.  Justice Ganguly had to resign from the post of Chairman of the West Bengal Human Rights Commission following an allegation made by a woman law intern against him.

  • MIT students placed in Bhandari group

    Ujjain : Nine students of Mahakal Institute of Technology (MIT) were selected during the campus drive organised by MIT placement cell in association with Bhandari Foils and Tubes Limited.

  • Govt, Cong ignore Diggi’s hunger strike

    BHOPAL : The ongoing hunger strike of former chief minister Digvijay Singh outside the collectorate in Guna, is not being given any attention by the government. Singh’s hunger strike would end on Sunday but it has failed to make any impact on the government. State Congress leaders too did not give any importance to it either.  MP from Guna Jyotiraditya Scindia, state president Arun Yadav, MP Kamalnath and former state Congress president

  • Kishwer launches Big Magic in city

    Ujjain : Famous television personality Kishwar Merchant was in the city to unveil comedy television channel BIG MAGIC for the people of Ujjain. BIG MAGIC is positioned as India’s humor destination and goes with the tagline Chatpata Har Pal, promising viewers across all age groups, and an enjoyable, laugh-out-loud and engaging experience with its shows. Kishwar essayed the role of Urvashi on India’s first historical comedy shows Har Mushkil ka Hal Akbar

  • Plantation Day at Bayonet School Mhow

    Mhow : ‘PLANTATION DAY’ was celebrated at Bayonet School here on Friday, which comes under aegis of the  Infantry School , Mhow, Kamal Gill, Principal, Bayonet School, welcomed Kavita Singh, W/o Brig R K Singh, Chairman, Bayonet School. The event was kicked off by reciting of poems and short speeches on the subject by the students. This was followed by planting of saplings by the Chief Guest, Kavita Singh and Secretary ,

  • Gaur visits Tata International

    Dewas : State home and  jail minister Babulal Gaur visited the Tata International’s foot-wear plant here on Saturday during his day-long visit of the town.  On the occasion, Company’s business head N Mohan and others senior officials were present. Company officials informed Gaur that the Company is providing direct employment to about 2,000 people of the district along with the women.

  • Tehsildar trapped by Lokayukta police

    BHOPAL: A tehsildar was caught red-handed while taking a bribe of Rs 10,000 at Timarni in Harda district on Saturday, Bhopal Lokayukta police said here. SP (Lokayukta) Siddharth Chaudhary said Timarni tehsildar BD Namdev demanded a bribe of Rs 10,000 for transferring land registry papers in the name of the complainant Jeevan Singh, a resident of Pandwa as his mother had passed away few days ago, the anti-corruption agency laid a trap

  • Output up but things not hunky-dory on farm front

    BHOPAL : Madhya Pradesh has achieved 9.04 percent agriculture growth rate in the 11th five year plan with 33 percent growth recorded in last two years alone.

  • St Francis School organises investiture ceremony

    Pithampur : St Francis Higher Secondary School, Pithampur, organised investiture ceremony for the office-bearers of Senior and Junior Wing recently.

  • Security deposits for civic polls announced

    BHOPAL: The candidates contesting urban bodies’ elections will have to deposit security deposit along with their nomination forms. For contesting election of corporator, the amount would be Rs 5000 while for chairman of municipality it would be Rs 10000 to Rs 20000.

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  • Expelled MBSS students denied permission for candle march

    BHOPAL : Medical students, who are running from pillar to post for justice, were denied permission to take out candle march on Saturday. The students are from 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011 batches whose admission have been cancelled.

  • Chauhan to lend strength to CM Chauhan

    BHOPAL : The appointment of Nandkumar Singh Chauhan’s  as state BJP president has been finalised. It has once again shown the clout of chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan on party’s national leadership. Nandkumar is Chauhan’s choice for the post and his appointment will put an end to all the speculations in this regard. Sources said several BJP leaders are keen on becoming state BJP president and are lobbying for the same.

  • POST-BUDGET, RIGHT-LEFT DIVIDE WILL BECOME WIDER

    Those who had expected the budget proposals to signal a flying start to the currently stalled economic reforms in keeping with Narendra Modi’s reputation for decisiveness would be disappointed.  Instead, what they saw in Finance Minister Arun Jaitley’s presentation was no more than a tinkering with the earlier budgets with the raising of the income-tax limits (which has virtually become an annual feature) and lowering of the prices

  • BJP MP says recovered money belongs to cousin

    Patna : In the eye of storm over recovery of Rs 1.14 crore, US dollar 600 and ornaments purportedly stolen from his flat, BJP MP Giriaj Singh on Saturday  recorded his

  • Law will take its own course over Rahul’s RSS statement: BJP

    New Delhi : The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday said the law would take its own course after the court summons Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi for his comment against the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).