Free Press Journal
  • Public felicitation of Union minister Gehlot held

    Nagda : Union minister Thavarchand Gehlot was felicitated by the committee members by tying ‘Safa’ and presenting the welcome letter. After this, the Homeopathic Camp was inaugurated by Union Minister Thavarchand Gehlot, on Saturday. On this occasion, he addressed the people by saying that a person should have the urge to learn things throughout his life. If we consider ourselves as students, throughout life, we shall learn many lessons.

  • Simhastha preparations in dilemma!

    Ujjain : Half-hearted efforts and delay in decisions by the State government have almost pushed the much needed preparations of Simhastha Fair-2016 on to back foot. Dilemma over publication of Simhastha Master Plan, notification with regard to Simhastha Fair area and posting of efficient and experienced officers have given signals to the people that the required arrangements for the mega international event will be made at the eleventh hour.

  • Gritty Binny saves the day

    After failing with the ball in first innings, the all-rounder proves his credentials with a match-saving knock of 78 after India were reduced to 184 for 6 in the first session

  • Chaturmas kalash established at Tapobhumi

    Ujjain : Chaturmas kalash of Digambar Jain community was established amidst chanting of holy hymns and mantras. Muni Pargya Sagar Maharaj is observing his 2014 Chaturmas in city. Chaturmas is traditional ritual of the community in which a Jain seer has to reside somewhere during the four months of rainy season.

  • Corruption prevailing in mid-day meal scheme

    Petlawad : On the complaint of various irregularities that have been prevailing in the mid day meal scheme, district Panchayat CEO DhanRaju S formed an inspection team to thoroughly inspect the matter wherein fraud of Rs 53 lakhs has come to fore at the primary level.

  • Guru Purnima celebrated with devotion

    Burhanpur : The occasion of Guru Purnima was celebrated with full devotion and religious fervor in the city under the aegis of Bade Balaji Utsav Samiti. On this occasion, devotees performed Puja Archana and Yagna and worship their teachers.

  • It was a good Test match for us: Dhoni

    Nottingham: Calling the stalemate a “good Test match” for his team, Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni singled out Stuart Binny as one who could fill in the seaming all-rounder’s slot in the near future. Binny struck a match-saving 78 on his debut as India overcame some anxious moments to manage a draw in the first cricket Test against England.

  • Virat Kohli

    Kohli stays second in ICC ODI batting chart

    Dubai :  India’s Virat Kohli may have flopped in the two innings of the first Test against England but the star batsman has held on to his second spot in the latest ICC ODI rankings released.

  • Karate exam held

    Petlawad : The karate belt exam was organised on the occasion of the Guru Purnima at progressive academy Petlawad wherein 25 selected students from Ranapur, Thandla, Meghnagar, Jhabua and Petlawad gave the exam. Sensei Harshit Vishwakarma and Sensei Pradeep Kanode conducted the exam and felicitated Swastik Sikarwar with black belt.  During this, 18 players gave exam for white belt and six players gave exam for yellow belt.

  • Dental check up camp organized

    Manawar : Ultra tech cement limited organised a free dental check up camp on Sunday in the government primary school Adiyaon. Dentist Dr Puneet Shrivastava gave his services in the camp and treated around 62 villagers. Rural development in-charge of ultra tech cement Kulin Deshmukh informed that villagers turned up in the camp in large numbers and took its benefit. Students of the school were also treated. He informed that mostly patients

  • Free health check up camp held

    Dhar : Arogya Bharti Dhar organised a free health check up camp in the memory of late Dr Madhusudan Agnihotri wherein around 250 patients benefitted. Free medicines were also distributed to the patients. Senior journalist Chotu Shastri inaugurated the camp. Dr Dinesh Kamatiya, Dr Ashutosh Upadhyay, Dr Uday Kulkarni, Dr Sanjay Bhandari, Dr KC Mahajan, Dr Manisha Bhandari and Dr Ghanshyam gave their services.

  • Digging expose apathy of administration

    Burhanpur : The streets of Indira Colony have been left plowed for past 16 months. The governmental contractors are influential enough that no official takes an action against them. With the commencement of monsoon, people have now started facing difficulty in reaching at their homes. The conditions of the roads are so deprived, that ambulance or fire-brigades cannot cross the area. The ditches are full of dirty-contaminated water which gives way to

  • Cash and jewelry around over lakhs stolen

    Nagda : Some unidentified thieves broke into the house of Dilip Singh Chandrawat, resident of Adinath colony, on the intervening night of July 9-10 and took away cash and jewelry around one lakh. Police have registered the case and are probing the matter.  The complainant, Chandrawat informed that some thieves entered his house through the window while his family was asleep and decamped with the booty. Informing about the stolen goods, he

  • IIT-G’s Technothlon organized

    Ujjain : Indian Institute of Technology- Guwahati organised its annual Technothlon examination for young, aspiring school going students here at Model higher secondary school premises here on Sunday. The event is organised wholly by IIT-G’s student fraternity with a nonprofit cause. The examination is conducted internationally in two rounds prelims and mains. Students from all over India and abroad participate in the exam.

  • Strengthen co-operative movement for betterment of poor: Bhuria

    Ratlam : Cooperative movement in the country needs support of the ideological backing as due to some anomalies in past the gap between rich and poor has widened. While addressing in the concluding day session of Sahakar Bharti as chief guest the senior tribal leader, MP and former president of the National Cooperative Federation Dilip Singh Bhuria said that there is need of strengthening  the credit societies so that weaker and poor

  • A trainload of passengers could be buried alive, here

    Mumbai:  A dangerous building along the tracks at Sandhurst Road was almost razed on Sunday but this only highlights the larger problem of dilapidated structures along this one-km stretch between Masjid Bunder and Sandhurst Road.

  • Going bananas over onions and potatoes

    Unless inflation in non-food, non-fuel categories is addressed, getting prices to the below 8 percent mark may well be impossible.

  • Chavan gets EC notice: Move to ‘disqualify’ him

    New Delhi:  Former Maharashtra chief minister Ashok Chavan, who is one of the two Congress candidates elected from the state in 2014 Lok Sabha elections, has been asked by the Election Commission to explain within 20 days as to why he should not be disqualified in the election expenses case related to the 2009 assembly elections when he was elected from the Bhokar constituency.

  • Pope Francis

    Priestly celibacy: Pope promises to find a solution

    Vatican City:  Pope Francis has promised ‘solutions’ to the issue of priestly celibacy in an interview raising the possibility that the Catholic Church could eventually lift the interdiction on married priests.