Free Press Journal
  • Govt makes formal request for CBI probe into Jbp Dean death

    BHOPAL: The State government has sent its notification and request to the department of personnel and training to hand over Jabalpur Medical College dean Dr DK Sakalle’s mysterious death case to CBI, after announcement of home minister Babulal Gaur in this regard.

  • Special Mumbai girl has a date with Barack Obama!

    Mumbai :  Next week, US President Barack Obama and his wife will host 12 differently-abled people from all over the world, including one from Mumbai, for an exclusive dinner at the White House.


    Gold medallist Apurvi Chandela (R) and silver medallist Ayonika Paul from Mumbai with their medals following the Women’s 10m Air Rifle at the Barry Buddon Shooting Centre in Carnoustie, Scotland during the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

  • State leaders eyeing Solanki’s RS seat

    BHOPAL : With the appointment of Rajya Sabha member from Madhya Pradesh Kaptan Singh Solanki as Governor of Haryana, the state leaders have become active.  Solanki’s RS term ends in April, 2018.

  • Dhoni unhappy with spirit of ICC verdict

    Southampton :  A livid India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni has lambasted the ICC decision to impose a fine on Ravindra Jadeja, saying many a thing were neglected in the case and his players cannot ignore if abuse is hurled on them.

  • In Hockey India thrash Scotland by 6-2

    Glasgow :  India dished out a dominating performance to notch up a 6-2 victory over hosts Scotland in a Pool A match in the men’s hockey competition of the Commonwealth Games, here on Saturday .

  • Lokayukta raids ploy to divert attention from mega recruitment scams?

    BHOPAL : The special police Establishment (SPE) of Lokayukta has come to the rescue of the state government by trying to divert attention from the Vyapam and other recruitment scams surfacing one after another in the State.

  • Dry spell for next 4 days in State; rainfall deficit may rise

    BHOPAL : Heavy rainfall is not expected for the next four to five days in the state. Therefore, the deficit in rainfall may further increase in the state.  Light rain or drizzle may prevail for the next four to five days in the state.

  • MPSEB office attacked, vehicles damaged, staff thrashed

    BHOPAL : Enraged over unscheduled and repeated power cuts, the locals of Pan Basti at Hamidia Road on Friday late night reached MPEB Office near Nadra bus stand and  thrashed the employees of Power Discom Company that has been given maintenance work by the power company.

  • Income limits fixed

    BHOPAL: The state government has decided the maximum income limit of people belonging to financial weaker sections and low income groups.

  • Over 1lakh take holy dip on Shanischari Amavasya

    Ujjain : A humid and somewhat chilly Saturday morning greeted devotees and ascetics as over one lakh swarmed the ghats of the Kshipra River here for a holy dip on the occasion of Shanischari Amavasya. Devotees took a holy dip in the Kshipra River and offered prayers at ‘Shani’ temples. Pilgrims began gathering at Triveni ghat since Friday night. Above 1 lakh devotees had took the dip till Saturday evening, and more

  • Woman injured after plaster falls on her

    Ujjain: A 95 years old woman was injured after plaster from roof of her house fell on her on Saturday. Rukmanibai (95) a resident of Indira Nagar sustained head injuries after malfunctioning roof fell on her while she was sitting her room. Family members rushed her to civil hospital where she is being given treatment. She is recovering in good condition at the hospital.

  • 2 day prog on Premchand Jayanthi from Jul 30

    Ujjain: Premchand Srijan Peeth of MP Cultural Council will organize a two day programme to mark birth anniversary of legendry litterateur Munshi Premchand from July 30. A symposium on ‘Challenge of Terrorism and Literature’ will be organised at PGBT College at 2 pm on July 30. Maharishi Panini Sanskrit and Vedic University Vice-chancellor Prof Mithilaprasad Tripathi will chair the programme while renowned essayist Dr Shriram Parihar from Khandwa will be key speaker.

  • Ward reservation held in dist civic bodies

    Ujjain : Collector BM Sharma conducted ward reservation in seven civic bodies of the district ahead of urban body election, at Brahaspathi Bhavan here on Saturday. Reservation was done for 138 wards of seven civic bodies. 67 wards were reserved for woman while 23 wards were reserved for Scheduled Caste, 4 wards for Schedule Tribes and 33 wards for other backward classes.

  • Royalty comes out as dacoity cause

    Ujjain : With arrest of Hemlata, dacoity mastermind new leads are cropping up every hour as interrogation escalates at Chimanganj Mandi police station. Hemlata revealed that, she planned the dacoity to avenge the SDM Suraj Nagar, who refused to pay royalty money for the songs she had sung with SDM.

  • Union Min Gehlot meets senior party workers

    Ujjain : Union Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment, Thawarchand Gehlot met BJP senior leaders at their residence on his arrival in the city on Saturday. He also interacted with party workers at BJP office at Lokshakti Bhavan.

  • Be determined to make your dream come true: Muni Pragyasagar

    Ujjain : One has to be determined to fulfill their resolution with complete faith, loyalty and true guidance. One should be committed to make their dream come true having faith in their god and Guru. Nothing would obstruct them to fulfill their task.

  • Artists spread colour at Sevadham

    Ujjain : Renowned artists from all over the nation exhibited their creations on the canvas during second artists’ camp being organised at Sevadham Ashram to mark Varsha Mangal Mahotsava, on Saturday.