Free Press Journal
  • Bharatiya Sanskriti Gyan Pariksha prizes distributed

    Ujjain : A district level prize distribution ceremony of Bharatiya Sanskriti Gyan Pariksha-2014 was organised here on Sunday. Member of Managerial Board of Maharaja College, BK Sharma was chief guest of the programme. Sub-zone Gayatri Shaktri Peeth coordinator Pt Purshottam Dubey chaired the programme.

  • BJP latches onto ’84 riots on election eve

    New Delhi :  The BJP is again posturing on the 1984 riots by promising a probe into the 30-year-old Sikh carnage, hoping to secure the political dividend in the forthcoming Assembly polls.

  • 114 security guards had turned to crime in 2014

    Mumbai :  Security guards seem to be doing everything except providing security. According to statistics available with the Mumbai police, a total of 114 security guards in 2014 were involved in crimes such as theft, house break-ins, robbery, rape, murder, attempted murder and others.

  • 7-year old spent two months in jail

    Khandwa : Lying for availing less sentence on mercy grounds by her aunt cost a 7 years old girl over two months in jail in district. The court had issued notice to a clerk of the jail for the glaring laxity.During his recent monthly visit of district jail on Saturday when judge and secretary of Legal Service Authority Ganga Charan Dubey was in utter surprise when 7 years old girl ran towards

  • Modi tells voters to ride on his luck

    New Delhi : The drive to woo the Delhi voter ahead of the state assembly polls on February 7th intensified on the last Sunday before the campaign ends.

  • Demand for security check posts at toll barriers

    Nagda : After a container truck transporting as many as 82 cows and calves was caught by saffron activists a few days ago, the demand for security check posts near toll barriers is gaining momentum by the saffron organization. Expressed anger against the police for rising incidents of transporting cows for slaughter houses, leaders from Hindu Jagran Manch have released a statement where they held the police of Ujjain district responsible for


    Ujjain : Representatives of the various organisations have raised a voice to enforce the Goods and Services Tax (GST) in the country and have also favoured levying of tax on the essential commodities only once.

  • Ties with India should not irk China: Obama

    Washington : President Barack Obama has said that there are undoubtedly aspects of India that make US closer to India but China does not have to feel threatened.

  • Lifer to two for murder of man

    Burhanpur : A local court here sentenced life imprisonment to two accused in a murder case over a trivial dispute last year. The court also imposed fine against the accused. The court of additional sessions judge Vaibhav Mandloi pronounced verdict in a murder case and found the two accused guilty of the crime after hearing of the case. The court convicted both the accused and sentenced them to life imprisonment and imposed

  • National prez Vaishnav feted

    Ujjain : Shri Vaishnav Bairagi Yuva Samanvay Group, Ujjain felicitated newly elected national president of Akhil Bharatiya Vaishnav Brahmin Seva Sangh, Satish Vaishnav on his arrival in the city on Sunday. District president OP Vaishnav informed that Manohar Bairagi, and others were present.

  • Lok Adalat on February 14

    Alirajpur: Under the guidance of district judge Shiv Mangal Singh, a Lok Adalat will be organized on February 14 wherein the pre-litigation cases of the banks and cases under Section 138 NI Act. For this, a meeting was held at the region, wherein officers from all the banks were present. In the meeting, the district judge instructed all the bank officers to put forward maximum number of cases at the Lok Adalat.

  • Advocates stage sit-in for district and sessions court

    Nagda : The demand for an upper district and session court led to a sit in by the advocates under the leadership of the bar association’s president Kamal Malviya at Kanyashala square from afternoon till 4 pm on Sunday. A memorandum was also submitted to the tahsildar Ramesh Sisodiya through SDM addressing the CM and the law minister regarding the demand. The Congress has also joined hand in the matter and the

  • Mom wants UK’s first three-parent baby

    London : A British mother, who is in line to be the first in the country to create a baby with three parents, on Sunday appealed to lawmakers to change the law and allow her to give birth. Vicky Holliday, 38, is reluctant to have a second child with her partner Keith Newell after their first — one-year-old Jessica Newell — was born with a devastating disease caused by faulty mitochondrial DNA.

  • Annual functions of schools

    Garoth/ DharGaroth: In the 11th annual function of Gyan Vihar Public School, various cultural programs were organized. The event took place at Aadya Gaud Brahmin Nehra. The chief guest of the event was the president of municipality, Anokh Dinesh Patidar, BEO Balkrishna Ratnawat, lawyer Snehlata Gupta. The event was inaugurated by the guests. On this occasion, Anokh Patidar addressed the students by saying that such cultural events bring out the hidden talents

  • Woman set on fire by brother-in-law succumbs

    Ujjain: Woman who was allegedly set on fire by her brother-in-law succumbed at CHL Apollo Medical Centre here on Sunday evening. Nanakheda police registered an FIR and started probing into the case. Nanakheda police informed that deceased Babli, 25, wife of Pappu Prajapat, a resident of Moti Nagar died receiving treatment at CHL Medical Centre on Sunday evening. Deceased was set on fire by her brother-in-law Golu Prajapat by pouring diesel on

  • Chauhan wins GK Competition

    Manawar : The result of the Yuva Gyan Smriti Samanya Gyan Competition was decalred at the Manglik Bhavan. The competition was organized by the Akhil Bhartiya Vidhyarthi Parishad on Saturday .

  • Camps for Aadhar Card

    Ratlam: District administration has started holding camps at five places in the district for making Adhar Card where the cards will be made free of cost. The venues for camps are Nagar Nigam, Haat Road near Police Chowki, Nagar Parishad, Sailana, Janpad Panchayat, Bajna, Government Boy’s School, Namli. The helpline Number of Adhar registration is 7389711222. ADM Kailash Wankhede directed the LPG distributors and Bank Officials to link Adhar Numbers with the

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    Two good : Paes-Hingis win Australian Open mixed doubles

    Melbourne :  Indian tennis star Leander Paes and his Swiss partner Martina Hingis beat the French-Canadian team of Kristina Mladenovic and Daniel Nestor in straight sets to clinch the Australian Open mixed doubles crown here on Sunday.

  • Parents protest barring entry of school buses

    Burhanpur: District administration’s decision to ban 32-seater school buses to enter town for picking and dropping school kids is facing strong criticism from various quarters. Akhil Bhartiya Vikas Congress Party has written to collector to revoke the decision as the ban on school buses will create inconvenience for school kids and their parents. It is not possible for most of the parents to carry their children to school, as they are themselves

  • Vote BJP for allround development-Chitnis

    Burhanpur : For the overall development of the city, it is necessary to win the district panchayat election with majority and for that hard work of the party workers is required. MLA Archana Chitnis stated that while addressing the party workers at ward number 6. She appealed the party workers to strive hard to woo the voters to vote in favor of the party candidates. She said that when there would be