Free Press Journal
  • Terrorists on the run

    Paris: The two most wanted men in France who carried out the attack on the satirical magazine — both French-Algerian Muslims — are being hunted in a forest near Paris by the anti-terror police. They were tracked down to the remote woodland area after they robbed a nearby petrol station on Thursday morning.

  • Four labourers killed during illegal excavation of soil

    Bagh : Four labourers were killed while one was injured when a portion of land was caved in near a pond here on Thursday morning. The excavation was carried out in an illegal way.

  • Students participate in Road Safety Week

    Khetia : The students of Gurukul Public School participated in the 26th Road Safety Week organised by the local police station in presence of superintendent of police Tilak Singh.

  • Suresh Prabhu

    Prabhu wants Mumbai work hours staggered

    Mumbai: Union Rail Minister Suresh Prabhu has recommended spacing out of timings in all offices to ease the overcrowding of local trains in Mumbai and its suburbs. This was one of the suggestions put forth by Prabhu, which Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said would be considered positively.

  • Hemendra Singh becomes new King of Dhar

    Dhar : As per the tradition and dynastic rules of Dhar where the reign of kingdom is handed over to the youngest heir, Hemendra Singh Raje Pawar has been declared the new king of Dhar with consensus on Wednesday. He has been given the title of Maharaj and rights to perform duty of a king.

  • Dhaba owner among five held for driver’s murder

    RATLAM : Police solved the murder mystery of a truck driver whose body was found in dilapidated condition near a nullah of village Ayana in the district. The driver was identified on Mahipal resident of Jamkheria village of Eta UP and his truck was found near Jaora.

  • After polls, Governor’s rule in J&K

    New Delhi : Reflecting the ground reality that there are no easy coalition options, the sensitive border state of Jammu and Kashmir s likely to come under a spell of Governor’s rule.

  • Khel Chetna Mela from today

    RATLAM: The 17th Khel Chetna Mela will be inaugurated by the Union Minister Thawarchand Gehlot on January 9. A rally of participants will be taken out before inauguration of the Khel Chetna Mela, which will reach at Nehru stadium.. Khel Chetna Mela is being organized under the auspices of the Chetanya Kashyap Foundation since last 17 years and hundreds of school children take part in the various events of the sports. The

  • MAKE IN INDIA

    RSS outfit lashes out at PM’s ‘Make in India’

    New Delhi : Much to chagrin of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, his mantra of “Make in India” to attract foreign investors has come under attack from the Swadeshi Jagran Manch, the economic wing of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh.

  • Thugs cheat three persons of Rs 2.5 lakh

    Sendhwa : Temptation of doubling money cost three villagers their hard earned money in the town when unidentified fraudsters duped them of Rs 2.5 lakh.

  • mumbai metro

    Metro can raise fares, HC fixes a Rs 10 – Rs 40 band

    Mumbai: Mumbaikars will have to pay extra for travelling in the Metro from Friday. The Bombay High Court on Thursday allowed the authorities to charge a sum between Rs 10 and Rs 40 from Ghatkopar to Versova.

  • Workshop for newly elected public representatives

    Jaora: A workshop was organised for the newly elected corporators under the joint aegis of Kaviraj Memorial trust and Lions club Jaora on Thursday wherein all the 30 corporators of the city were invited.The workshop began after lighting candle ceremony done by Anil Daseda and chief municipality officer Ashok Sharma. During the workshop, many areas of the town were highlighted so that the corporators could prioritize their work. After which, information regarding

  • Shashi Tharoor

    Shashi domestic help is quizzed

    New Delhi: Taking forward its probe into the murder of Sunanda Pushkar, the wife of Congress leader Shashi Tharoor, the Delhi Police on Thursday questioned their domestic help Shri Narayan Singh but said they had not yet called the MP for questioning.

  • Tarawala BJP’s President candidate

    Burhanpur : The BJP has declared, Manoj Tarawala as the party’s Municipality president candidate. A meeting in the presence of the party members, office bearers, newly elected corporators and mayor was organized. The State BJP President, Nandkumar Chauhan, discussed the plan ahead about the upcoming election. The District BJP President Dilip Shroff, the MLA Archana Chitnis, the Mayor Anil Bhonsale, the General Secretary Vijay Gupta and many others attended the meeting.

  • Bhagwat Katha concludes

    Bhikangaon : On the last day of Shreemad Bhagawat Katha, the Katha narrator Pandit Piyush Panday compared politics with foot wares to show the degradation of politics.

  • CSP Chaurasia attached to IG office

    Indore : A day after he was caught cheating in MBA exam, Neeraj Chaurasia was withdrawn as CSP of Central Kotwali and attached to IG Vipin Maheshwari’s office even as Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya signalled at lodging a compliant with police against another CSP Shashikant Kankane if charges of grabbing a university employee by his collar during exam were found true in the probe.

  • Lawyers strike as e-registration system fails to deliver

    Ujjain : Lawyers working with district stamping and registration office went on two-day strike to oppose the defunct online system of property registration. Even as the administration was quick to announce the launch of online property registration system, a reality check revealed that the system is non-functional.

  • Chief Secretary Health inspects district hospital

    Dhar : With the aim of keeping an eye on the health facilities being provided in the district, Chief Secretary Health Praveer Krishna inspected the district hospital. Prior to this, he also took stock of the arrangements made in the rural health institutions at Dhannad and Achana. Along with him, chief executive officer, district Panchayat, Shreekant Banoth, director of health services Bhopal Dr BS Chauhan and joint director Indore Dr Sharad Pandit

  • Gongs of Freeganj clock tower to resonate far

    Ujjain : Making a good move towards city glorification the Ujjain Municipal Corporation has repaired the sound systems at the iconic Clock Tower of Freeganj, which is also known as Tower Chowk. With the repair of sound system the residents will be able to hear the gongs of clock up to 2 kilometers more around the Tower Chowk. Old-timers even recall that the gong sounded by the clock at every hour used

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