Free Press Journal
  • Awareness rally for public participation at Gram Sabha

    Dhar : Caption: ‘Mahila Sanchetna’ development action women society has taken out an awareness rally for encouraging public participation in Gram Sabha of the village panchayat.

  • Family reasons restrict me to serve the city of Mahakal: Div Comm Shukla

    Ujjain : It is a matter of pride to get posting at Ujjain division and to work for Simhastha Fair, but certain family reasons restricted me to serve the city of temples for long time. It gives me pleasure that Government has posted the eligible person to execute Simhastha Work.

  • Rangmanch hosts drawing competition

    Ujjain : A drawing competition was held at SK Higher Secondary School under the aegis the Yuva Rangmanch evam Rang Sajja Samuh on Thursday. Theme for drawing competition was Rang De Basanti. Narendra Kachway presided over the event while Pt Rajesh Trivedi was chief guest. NS Pawar, Dileep Upadhayay, Pankaj Acharya, Rahul kachway, Ratna Gyani, Suraj Jaiswal, Rajesh Sablok were among the special guests.

  • Collector Kiyawat conducts inspection of rural areas

    Ujjain : Incumbent Collector Kavindra Kiyawat made an inspection of rural areas of the district here on Thursday. Kiyawat expressed nager over the mismanagement prevailed at Health Centre located at Jaithal village and directed concerned officials to make arrangements within ten days.

  • Tear gas fired at protesters after teen’s death in US

    Washington : Missouri police fired tear gas and smoke bombs at a crowd of protesters demonstrating against the death of an unarmed black teen by an officer, US media reported. CNN and other media reported that police officers in riot gear marched toward the protesters near a burned out gas station on Wednesday where demonstrators had gathered in the town of Ferguson, a St Louis suburb.

  • India, Pakistan armies exchange sweets, bullets

    New Delhi : Old habits die hard. Just after exchanging sweets with Indian soldiers at the Wagah border, the Pakistan army again violated the ceasefire on the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir Thursday evening.

  • ‘Why would Aditya Chopra listen to me?’

    It’s known that the release date of ‘Daawat-E-Ishq’ has been shifted to September 19 from September 5 as it was clashing with Priyanka Chopra’s ‘Mary Kom’ which is releasing on the same day. And now the film’s lead actress and Priyanka’s cousin, Parineeti Chopra, clarifies that she is not responsible for the change!

  • Over 30,000 security personnel to guard Capital today

    New Delhi : Over 30,000 security personnel, including those drawn from paramilitary forces, would guard the national capital today while special arrangements have been put in place at the Red Fort where Prime Minister Narendra Modi will unfurl the Tricolour.

  • BoI e-gallary inaugruated in city

    Ujjain : An e-gallary of Bank of India was inaugruated at Ved Nagar branch here on Thursday. General Manager NBG Central Ahamedabad, T Sudhakar and zonal manager AK Pathak inaugurated the e-gallary by cutting the ribbon. Deputy zonal manager Bidyut Kundu, Chief Manager RS Thakur, KC Sharma, senior manager Vijay Maheshwari, NS Devda, marketing manager Mukesh Neema, Ved Nagar branch manager Sushma Jain, Sonam Goyal and others were present on this occasion.

  • Traffic to be opened this month end

    Indore : After 15 long months, the train movement on Indore-Ratlam Broad Gauge (BG) route will start from month-end. The Commissioner Railway Safety (CRS) has given the nod for rail traffic on the 37-km-long newly-laid BG Laxmibai Nagar-Fatehabad section.

  • Ram Sethu won’t be broken for Sethusamudram: Gadkari

    New Delhi : The government will not “break” Ram Sethu for the proposed Sethusamudram shipping canal project and will make efforts to see that the navigation system is put in place without damaging it, shipping minister Nitin Gadkari informed Lok Sabha on Thursday.

  • Two flights of Jet Airways delayed

    Indore:  Two flights of Jet Airways were delayed on Thursday which angered the passengers. Jet’s evening Mumbai and Delhi flights were delayed by over two hours. Indore-Delhi flight (JAI-2793) arrived at city airport at 10.30 pm and departed at 11pm, while its scheduled arrival and departure timings are 8.40 and 9.10pm. Similarly, Indore-Mumbai evening flight JLL-4385 arrived reached city airport at 10pm and fly back to the western metropolis at 10.30pm when

  • Phoolan Devi killer gets life term

    New Delhi : Thirteen years after bandit-turned-politician Phoolan Devi was killed outside her official MP’s residence here, a court on Thursday sentenced convict Sher Singh Rana to life for her murder, IANS reports.

  • AC Volvo buses to airport from today

    Navi Mumbai : A long-standing demand of local commuters will be met on Independence Day when the Navi Mumbai Municipal Transport (NMMT) starts AC Volvo bus services to the international and domestic airports.

  • Chinese human hair for Africa

    Taihe (China) : Long, black and lucrative: sacks bulging with human hair spill onto the streets of a rural county whose farmers have helped make China the world’s biggest exporter of products made from the material, reports AFP.

  • Two Anandmargis convicted in attack on CJI in 1975

    New Delhi : Putting the curtains down on 38-year-old criminal appeals pending before it, the Delhi High Court on Thursday upheld the conviction of two Anandmargis Santosh Anand Avdhoot and Sudevanand Avdhoot and 10-year-jail term given to them for attempting to murder  then Chief Justice of India A N Ray near the Supreme Court in 1975.

  • Lalu vows to unite Mulayam, Mayawati

    Patna : RJD chief Lalu Prasad Thursday vowed to unite opposition leaders like Mulayam Singh Yadav and Mayawati to take on the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

  • Monorail timings extended

    Mumbai : The monorail timings will be extended from 8 pm to 10 pm from Friday, but the commuters will have to find their way after getting off the monorail at Wadala station thanks to no bus services by the BEST. As there are no demand from the commuters bus services between Wadala monorail station to nearby railway station has not been started, said BEST official.

  • Spotted: Tanishaa and Tanuja at Raj Kapoor Awards

    We had reported about veteran actress Tanuja and National award winning filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar being given The Raj Kapoor awards, the highest awards by the Maharashtra Government. And now, Tanuja received the honour for her lifetime contribution to the industry.