Free Press Journal
  • ‘IS militants killed 700 tribesmen in two weeks in Syria’

    Damascus, Aug 17 (IANS) The Islamic State (IS) militants have executed 700 tribesmen in Syria’s Deir al- Zour provine in the last two weeks, a TV report quoted the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights as saying Saturday.

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    Modi greets nation on Janmashtami

    New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday greeted the nation on the occasion of Janmashtami.

  • Parrikar shares meal with HIV+ children

    Panaji:  Around the time the nation debated a controversial demand for a special “bikini beach” in Goa, Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar was fulfilling a promise lost in the hullabaloo of the two-piece bathing accessory.

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    Jaswant Singh remains in coma

    New Delhi:  Former union minister and ex-BJP leader Jaswant Singh remained in coma for the 10th day Sunday, doctors said.

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    PM envisages 24×7 power for all villages

    Solapur (Maharashtra):  Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Saturday the government was planning to provide each village in India with 24-hour electricity through a national network of roads, power transmission, power and water grids.


    Ujjain : The local police administration, which was on receiving end during last month for making excesses on the devotees in the name of darshan arrangements at the Mahakaleshwar Temple and during the Shravan-Bhadav month processions of the Lord Mahakal, appeared offensive during the meeting of Mahakaleshwar Temple Managemen Committee, here on Saturday evening. From the civil administration side also, it was made clear that though efforts would be made to streamline

  • I-Day celebrated with fervour and gaiety

    Ujjain : Independence Day was celebrated with enthusiasm and fervor at various places in the district. School Education Minister, Paras Jain unfurled the National Flag at 9 am and took salute from impressive contingents of the Police, Armed Police, Home Guards, junior and senior wings of the NCC, and girl guides and boy scouts amidst the lyrical and harmonious performances of police band at the Dusshera Maidan on Friday.

  • Three-year-old attacked by stray dog

    Ujjain : Despite the horrifying tales of dog bites in city, the municipal corporation has failed to take concrete steps to check the growing menace of stray dogs. Once again stray dogs mauled a three-year-old boy resident of Prem Nagar, Maksi road here on Saturday. The stray dogs have been attacking not only human beings in the area, but also the cattle’s.

  • Procession taken out to mark Assumption Day

    Ujjain : Hundreds of Roman Catholic gathered at Dewas Road located Roman Catholic Church to mark the ascension of Virgin Mary into heaven, here on Friday.

  • Three shops burgled on Agar Road

    Ujjain : Three shops were burgled by unknown thieves at Agar Road here on late Friday. According to sources unknown burglars broke opened the shops of Vijay Gadiya and two more shop owners of the same area. Vijay Gadiya, who owns an electro plating shop in the area and one of the victims, filed complaint at Chimanganj Mandi police station. Bala Ji Atta Mill and Paras Namkeen were the two other shops

  • Sealed in an Airtight Container for 12 Hours

    35 Indian-origin survivors, presumed to be illegal immigrants, were rescued after workers on the dock heard ‘screaming and banging’ from inside the shipping container at a British port

  • Constable attacked by goon

    Ujjain : Ajay Sahni, a head constable at Chimanganj Mandi police station, suffered a head injury when a man he had gone to arrest attacked him with a baton here on Saturday. The head constable had reached Preeti Nagar area to arrest one Ravi Panchal on the accounts of family abuse and dowry demands, as his wife Asha Bai had filed an FIR against him at police station on August 15. When

  • Adieu to outgoing collector BM Sharma

    Ujjain : New District Collector Kavindra Kiyawat feels that taking decisions is the key role of administrators. “But these decisions can be criticised on merits and their implementation should be done making amendments as per the creative criticisms,” he observes.


    Modi commissions INS Kolkata, India’s largest indigenous warship and says military might is best deterrent to war

  • Elevated corridor to link BKC and EEH gets nod

    Mumbai : To provide seamless connectivity between Western and Eastern suburbs of Mumbai, the State Government has decided to construct an elevated corridor between Bandra Kurla Complex and Eastern Express Highway. “The executive committee of Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority, headed by Chief Secretary Swadhin Khsatriya, on Saturday cleared the construction of a 1.6 km elevated corridor between the BKC and the Eastern Express Highway,” an official statement said.

  • Varun out Yeddi in

    New Delhi :  Anointed formally a week ago, BJP president Amit Shah on Saturday constituted his new team dropping Varun Gandhi and inducting former Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa and new RSS face Ram Madhav.

  • 50,000 seats in engg colleges are vacant

    Aurangabad :  The glamour for engineering seems to be fading with more than 50,000 seats of government-aided and private engineering colleges remaining vacant in Maharashtra. The third and final round of the centralized admission process (CAP) concluded recently.

  • What can bowlers do if batsmen don’t deliver?

    London :  India’s campaign in the current series can, without fear of contradiction, be summarised as the tourists losing their way after the second Test, especially after the third.

  • Boy suffers electric shock

    Ujjain : 12 -year-old Sohail son of Mohammed Harun of Kot Mohalla suffered electric shock on Saturday when he attempted switch on water pump at his house. Family said that the boy’s had gone for switching on water pump as piped water supply was started. He got electrified and sustained minor burns in his body. Family rushed him to a nearby hospital, where he is under treatment.