Free Press Journal
  • Dist in-charge minister in Ratlam today

    Ratlam : District in-charge minister Paras Jain will reach here on Sunday to take part in the local programmes. He will take part in the Rotary Club programme in the evening and will also meet the party workers. On August 4, Jain will take part in the meeting to be held at the Collectorate and later depart for Ujjain.

  • Companies Act should have provisions for Corporates to encourage sports

    Ratlam : A sports organisation Krida Bharti has suggested that in the Companies Act there should be the specific provision of encouraging sports by the corporate under the social responsibilities assigned. Changes have been brought out in the Companies Act which ensures social responsibility of the corporate. But, Krida Bharti suggested that there should be specific activity which involves every corporate should encourage sports in the country.

  • Lions Club release calendar in Jaora

    Jaroa : Lions Club, Jaora published a calendar “Satr Dipika” which is going to inform people about the works done by Lions Club. The calendar was released at 43rd oath taking ceremony by Chief Guest Lion Ashok Joshi (Multiple Council Chairperson, Mumbai).

  • Bandh turns violent, cops resort to lathi-charge

    Ujjain : The ‘Ujjain bandh’ jointly called by the pro-Hindu organisations Bajrang Dal, Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Shiv Sena and Gau Raksha Nyas on Saturday evoked a near total response as the shops on the main roads and streets were closed. Police had to lathi-charge the protesters as they started hooliganism and damaged the public transport vehicles.

  • Youth Cong agitation on Aug 4

    Ujjain : Youth Congress (YC) Lok Sabha wing is preparing for a ‘jail bharo’ agitation on August 4. In a press release, YC Lok Sabha president Hemant Singh Chauhan said that they are organising a ‘jail bharo’ agitation against the ill practices of police administration in the city. Reportedly a protest was organised by YC on 21 July, against lathi-charge on Kawadiya pilgrims at Mahakaleshwar temple. Later a case was registered by

  • Sarpanch removed from post for using JCB machine under MGNREGA

    Bhikangaon : SDM KK Malwiya removed the secretary and Sarpanch of Gram Sirali as the secretary used JCB machines in the construction work of the roads under the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act, instead of the laborers. As per the orders of the SDM, the Sarpanch has also been declared inefficient for the elections of coming six years. Bhagwaan Yadav, Panchayat secretary, has also been found guilty and the SDM

  • BJP leaders deny ‘winds of change’ in Barwani

    Sendhwa : The block presidents of Barwani district on Thursday addressed a press conference at Sendhwa MLA’s office, and assured reporters that they stand united opposing rumours of changes at the district level.

  • Couple injured in bike-truck collision

    Meghnagar: An intense collision occurred at the Krishna Phosphate Square between a truck and a bike. As per the information received, bike-rider, along with his wife, were coming from Fatepura, for shopping at Meghnagar Haat Bazaar. According to the eyewitnesses, truck MP-45-H-6350, which was heading from a cement godown, when it collided with the bike. Riders Jetu and her husband Rakesh Mudiya were critically injured. As soon as the police received the

  • 7.23 lakh saplings planted in div

    Ujjain : Forest department organised an extensive plantation programme across the division. About 7.23 lakh saplings were planted across the division on July 31, 2014. The initiative will be recorded in Guinness Book of World Records.

  • Makla’s women reap benefits of Grasim’s CSR initiative

    Nagda : The women of Makla village situated near Nagda, soon will get rid of the toil they undergo to prepare cowdung cakes (Upale), as a source of fuel, as Grasim Industries Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC), under its corporate social responsibility initiative has to developed a Bio Gas plant in the region.

  • AV World’s DJ Theme Party today

    Ujjain : AV World is organising a DJ Theme Party to mark Friendship Day here on Sunday. The event is being organised on the themes of de-addiction, pollution and woman empowerment. DJ Charles from Mumbai will be the centre of attraction during the party.

  • Biogas plants proving beneficial for Makla residents

    Ujjain : To improve the health of women, Grasim Industries Ltd in association with the Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) is promoting the use of biogas (popularly known as gobar gas) as an alternative source of energy for cooking at Makla village near Nagda in the Ujjain district.

  • Retired headmaster feted

    Ujjain: A felicitation ceremony was organised here at Modehshwari Mata temple, Hasampura. The event was organised by Lekoda Higher Secondary School, where retired headmaster of Government Primary School, Arjun Singh Parihar was honoured by the teacher fraternity. Hakam Singh Patel presided over the event, while Ram Singh Jadon of District Education committee was chief guest. Mukesh Patel and Shivram Jat graced the programme as special guests. Welcome speech was given by Principal,

  • Major changes in Cong after by-polls: Arun

    Indore : Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) president Arun Yadav has signalled for major changes in the party structure after the by-elections in four states.

  • Watery grave for 10-year-old boy

    Indore : A 10-year-old boy drowned on Saturday when he accidentally fell into a well in Pawanpuri Colony under Sanyogitaganj police station.

  • IMC asks NGO to suspend work

    Indore : Workers of an NGO which was engaged in catching stray dogs were forced to suspend their activities as the Indore Municipal Corporation  (IMC) had not made any payments since last three months, claimed a source.

  • 2 miscreants held by Crime Branch

    Indore : A team of Crime branch police on Saturday arrested two notorious criminals and also seized a Bolero car from them. It was informed that the accused used to transport illicit alcohol in the vehicle. Police are further investigating the case.

  • Youth commits suicide

    Indore : A 20-year-old Yogesh Solanki of Heera Nagar committed suicide by hanging himself. No suicide note was recovered from his room.

  • Businessman found dead in Lasudia

    Indore : A transport businessman was found dead in Lasudia Thana circle of the city on Saturday sending jitters amongst the business community there.

  • Cyber awareness drive reaches Kalachand School

    Indore : A cyber awareness training programme for students of Tirathbai Kalachand School was organised by PRTS under its ‘Black Ribbon Initiative’ drive on Saturday. More than 300 students and 60 faculty members attended the training programme which was coordinated in the school premises.