Free Press Journal
  • Sarpanch’s husband arrested with 450 gms brown sugar

    Garoth : The district police have arrested the Sarpanch’s husband with 450 grams of brown sugar and after further investigations; they have also seized a cache of arms from his house. They have registered the case against him under respective sections of NDPS act.

  • Police solve loot case and arrest accused

    Badnawar : The local police under direction of SDOP Smt. Sarita Jawa and TI Sunil Gupta have succeeded in  arresting  a person involved in another loot case.

  • Women officials get control over Dhar

    Dhar : Jayshri Kiyawat has been posted to Dhar as the new collector, in the place of CB Singh. Jayshri is the first female collector of the town. Whereas, collector CB Singh has been transferred to Bhopal. It now seems that Dhar is under the control of the women power. As per the information received, the present member of Parliament is Savitri Thakur, whereas the MLA of Dhar is Neena Verma and

  • LANXESS supports computer literacy in Nagda as part of new CSR initiative

    Nagda : LANXESS India Private Limited, the global specialty chemical company having a manufacturing site in Nagda, has assisted in setting up of a computer Training Center for students and working professionals, including workers at plants, in Nagda. This has been done in collaboration with the Madhya Pradesh Labour Welfare Board, which has provided the space for the training center in their premises in Nagda.


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  • Ebola scare: State gears up to scan ‘suspect’ flyers

    Mumbai :  The State Government has finally woken up to the Ebola scare and has deployed ambulances available with state emergency medical service at the city’s international airport to shift suspect passengers.

  • I-day may bring ‘Achchhe Din’ for state BJP leaders

    BHOPAL : The state BJP leaders, anxiously awaiting political appointments after state Assembly elections, may be rewarded around the Independence Day. Sources said BJP state organisation has forwarded the names of leaders in this regard to chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan.

  • Girls trafficked from Assam rescued from Mahananda Nagar

    Ujjain : City police rescued two girls during a raid conducted on two houses of Mahananda Nagar here on Saturday. The girls are reportedly minor and have been trafficked from Guwahati, Assam.

  • Markets a buzz with heavy rush on eve of Rakshabandhan

    Ujjain : The city is gearing up for Rakshabandhan, symbolising the bond of love between brother and sister in Indian customs. The markets in the city are adorned with colourful stalls of rakhis, gifts, sweets, clothes etc, for attracting customers. They love each other for a reason, and the reason is love.

  • Pandyakhedi residents resort to chakka jam

    Ujjain : Peeved over the negligent attitude of Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) towards distribution of piped water in Pandyakhedi, local residents staged a chakka jam near Piliya Khal, Maksi road on Saturday.

  • DCWC acknowledges into matter of 6-yr-old girl

    Ujjain : District Child Welfare Committee (DCWC) acknowledged into a matter of six-year-old girl who was tortured by cigarette butts by her father. Member of DCWC Mohan Khandelwal met the girl at district hospital and sought information about the health of the girl from doctors. President Jitendra Agrawal informed that Reena Mungia, a resident of Shankarpur village was tormented by her father by burning his back with cigarette. Talking to the victim

  • Malviya demands additional relief for farmers

    Ujjain : Member of Parliament Dr Chintamani Malviya demanded additional central relief for farmers of Ujjain division as they have been struggling with the problem of nonstandard seeds distribution. Dr Malviya raised the issue during zero hour of Lok Sabha.

  • Meritorious students feted at LOTI

    Ujjain : Three meritorious students from Lokmanya Tilak Higher Secondary School were honoured for their good performance in the recently declared Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education results of Classes X and. Satyam Singh, Shivam Tomar and Tulsi Mujalde were felicitated by Lokmanya Tilak Shikshan Samiti, Ujjain, which runs the school. Besides, a cash award in remembrance of late Haribhau Joshi, founder member of the Samiti, gave Rs 500 cash to Satyam.

  • 12 Jyotirlingas are centre of atomic energy: Swami Atmaram Maharaj

    Ujjain : All 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva were established by the devotees in the country. Only Dhraneshwar Jyotirlingam was established by a woman called Dhraneshwari while rest 11 Jyotirlingas were established by the male devotees. These Jyotirlingas are the centre of atomic energy. By touching these Jyotirlingas, a person can keep himself or herself from the negativities and can also save themselves from the path of destruction.

  • Cong fetes freedom fighters

    BHOPAL : The Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee felicitated freedom fighters at its state office on the occasion of 72nd anniversary of August Kranti Diwas on Saturday.

  • 3 hurt in stone-pelting during fireworks after poll results

    Dewas : Incident of stone pelting took place during the fireworks that took place during the victory procession after the results of Nagar Panchayat polls were announced. Three people got injured in this incident out of which 2 were women. Police have made 20 people accused from both the sides in this case.

  • Man molests minor daughter

    Dewas : A case has been registered in village Rajoda under Bank Note Press police station against Bhanwarlal, S/O Mangilal in charges of molesting his own 10 years old daughter on the report of the victim girl. The police informed that girl’s mother went to hospital as her maternal aunt was ill. The incident took place in night of August 7 and the report was lodged on Saturday.

  • Man killed over land dispute

    Dewas : One man was murdered in land dispute on Saturday.  According to Bank Note Press police, Ramchandra, s/o Jagannath Gari (65), resident of village Akadiya was murdered by Shatilal from same village. Both were involved in a land dispute and the court had given decision in favour of Shantilal. Shatilal and his sons- Rajendra and Bahadur committed the crime using axe. The case has been registered and all the accused are