Free Press Journal
  • 12-yr-old mauled by pet dog

    Ujjain : A 12-year-old child was reportedly bitten by a pet dog in Nijatpura on Tuesday evening. The child had gone to feed the dog in his house when the dog bit him on his head, injuring him seriously. The injured is identified as Gautam son of Virendra Mehar. Gautam was instantly rushed to the civil hospital by his parents where he is being given treatment.

  • Seminar on studying abroad at MIT

    Ujjain : A seminar on ‘study abroad,’ organised by the MIT group of Institutes College of Engineering, , in association with The Globalizers, turned out to be an eye-opener for the hundreds of  engineering and management  undergraduate students on Wednesday. The seminar opened up different facets of studies and careers abroad. Most students who attended the seminar were first-timers in such a session.

  • Teachers’ delegation to meet Guv

    Indore : Teacher representatives from varsities in the state will meet Chancellor and Governor Ram Naresh Yadav next week and request him to ask the State Assembly to revoke the recently passed amendments in the MP University Act that empowers the government to transfer teachers and employees of universities.

  • PCI accreditation to UIPS

    Ujjain : Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) has given accreditation to Ujjain Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences (UIPS). Committee at PCI has given accreditation for the year 2016-17 to the institute. Giving the information, chairman of the institute Vivek Jaiswal told that only UIPS has now national accreditation in division and it is one of a kind gift for the pharma students of the area.

  • 8 cartons of illicit liquor seized

    Ujjain : The Bhairavgarh Police on Wednesday claimed to have seized 10 cartons of country-made liquor today. The police party raided a house in Bhaded Mohalla village of the Bhairavgarh. Police recovered 8cartons of country-made liquor. The raid was conducted by the police team following a tip-off. The police raided at the house on Wednesday. The wine was recovered from the possession of Mithlesh Parmar, owner of the house. A case has

  • Heavy rainfall drench district

    Bheekangaon: Heavy rains have resulted into road blockage. All roads connecting TO Bheekangaon have been shut. The water has started filling in the streets and hence people had to move out of their places.

  • Grade-III employee caught red-handed accepting bribe

    Indore : An assistant grade III employee posted at Janpad Panchayat, Sardarpur in district Dhar was caught red-handed by Lok Ayukta police Indore while accepting a bribe of Rs 1000.

  • Tree plantation programme held

    Ratlam : Innerwheel club Ratlam active organized a tree plantation programme at Nirmala Bhawan. Members of Innerwheel club, after the plantation programme, pledged that they will protect the saplings and take proper care of them by watering them time to time. On this occasion, Neha Agrawal, Deepika Pipada and other members were present.

  • Speedy truck rams into DP

    Alirajpur : A speedy truck collided with a Digital Point (DP) at Khandwa – Badoda road on Wednesday. The DP got fully damaged and the electric wires and poles connected through it were also broke down. Power Distribution Company suffered a heavy loss.

  • CC demands restoration of old commercial tax form

    Ratlam : Chamber of Commerce has demanded that the new Return form of Commercial taxes should be withdrawn and old form should remain effective.

  • Janani express rams into bus, two injured

    Neemuch : Two persons were injured in a head on collision that took place on Neemuch – Sarvaniya Maharaja road on Thursday.

  • STF detects fraud in transport constables’ recruitment

    BHOPAL : The special task force (STF), probing the recruitments made by Vyapam, has intensified its investigations into the transport constables’ recruitment scam. The STF has not lodged any FIR in the case till date.  Sources say that as the STF has to file status report in this case in the High Court on July 30, it has started interrogations into the matter. The analysis of the data sheets and OMR sheets

  • Stone pelting in dist court premises

    Neemuch : Tension gripped the region when some miscreants started pelting stones on a youth in the district court premises. The youth suffered severe head injuries and was rushed to the hospital.

  • Post 24 hours No trace of man washed away in Machana River

    BETUL : A youth who was washed away into the flooding Machana River on National Highway-59 A near the district headquarters on Tuesday could not traced even after 24 hours. Three teams of the Kotwali police are searching for the youth along with his kin but the youth blown away into the river water with his bike is still missing.

  • Dist education officer conducts surprise inspection

    Mandsaur : District education officer MS Rathore conducted a surprise inspection of various schools on Wednesday and during this, he found many irregularities prevailing at the schools.

  • Fraud in online test in NRHM:Katare

    BHOPAL : After MPPSC and Vyapam recruitment scams, the opposition Congress on Wednesday claimed to have disclosed another fraud in NRHM recruitments made through mponline – joint venture company of the state government with Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) Limited.

  • PSC examinee waiting for justice for 11 years

    BHOPAL : Denied of the opportunity to appear in MPPSC interview despite scoring higher marks than the male candidate in state civil services main examinations, a girl Sunita Jain is running for justice from pillar to post for 11 years. At Pradesh Congress Committee office, Jain said she approached High Court twice and State Woman Commission wrote to the MP Public Service Commission to do justice with her. “The letters were sent

  • Childless couple uses widowed woman to have a son

    BHOPAL : In a one-of-its-kind incident, a 24-year-old widowed mother of two, resident of a slum was used by a couple of the city to get a son. As soon as the girl gave birth to a healthy baby boy, the couple snatched it from her and started harassing and torturing her and her two sons.

  • BJP legislature party meeting Don’t feel ashamed, I am not involved in Vyapam: CM

    BHOPAL: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, in a meeting with party MLAs on Wednesday at CM House, called upon party MLAs not to be ashamed as neither any member of his family nor he himself was guilty in Vyapam scam. So, party MLAs should give a befitting reply to Congress propaganda, CM added.