Free Press Journal
  • Cleanliness drive in wards

    Jaora : Municipality has started its special cleanliness campaign to support the Prime Minister’s ‘Swacha Bharat – Swastha Bharat’ campaign. During this, cleaning of ward number 1, 25, 29 has begun and till February 21, these wards would be properly cleaned. Along with the cleaning of roads and removal of garbage, pesticides would be spread. The public representatives have made an appeal to the residents to collect the garbage in dustbin and

  • 20 km/hr limit set for transport vehicles in Hoshangabad

    Hoshangabad : A speed limit of 20km/hr has been set for transport vehicles of Hoshangabad under section 144/2/. The orders have been issued by SDM Ritu Chouhan, and action will be taken against those who do not comply with these instructions, and also includes imposition of penalties.

  • Lawyers to lodge complaint with CJI against CJ of MP

    Indore : Alleging that they were being threatened of dire consequences by judges in courtrooms for boycotting proceedings, lawyers of the state has opened a front against Chief Justice of Madhya Pradesh Ajay Manik Rao Khanwilkar and decided to meet Chief Justice of India HL Dattu over the issue.

  • Formal inauguration of Amrita Hospital today

    Shahdol: Divisional Headquarters of Shahdol, will get new medical facilities in form of Amrita Hospital, which will be formally inaugurated on Sunday evening. Colourful programes including dances of famous Kaththak dancer Avantika Dubey will be organised on the occasion. Renowned orthopedic surgeon Dr Jitendra Jamdar will inaugurate the hospital on this occasion. Dalpat Singh Paraste, MP Shehdol, Sri Gyan Singh-mininster of Tribal Welfare, Jai Singh Marawi-MLA of Jaitpur, Meena Singh, MLA of

  • Cricket talent search camp today

    Umaria : District Cricket Association has organised a talent search on February 8, it was before scheduled on January 3, but could not be conducted because of rains.

  • Warne’s son Jackson takes a hat-trick

    Melbourne: Australia spin legend Shane Warne’s son Jackson proved he is a chip of the old block Saturday, claiming a hat-trick playing for his school Brighton Grammar in an Associated Public Schools of Victoria cricket match against Xavier College. The teenager took four wickets in five balls, which evoked wholesome praise from his famous dad. “Jackson did it !!!!. Hatrick, what a classic, now has 4 wickets in 5 balls,” Warne senior

  • Talk-show held at Indore Press Club

    Indore : Indore Press Club organised a talk-show on ‘Inter-state economic conditions and inflation’. Press Club president Praveen Khariwal presided over the programme while treasurer Kamal Kasturi conducted it. Speaking on the occasion, senior journalist and financial expert Prakash Biyani said that development ushers in inflation as a by-product. He said basic need products as well as luxury products are quite expensive in the developed countries while in India only luxury products

  • ICC clears Ajmal’s bowling action

    Dubai: Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal was cleared to resume international cricket after his bowling action was found to be legal during a retest at an ICC-accredited facility in Chennai, a development which may open up a chance for him to play in the upcoming World Cup. The ICC confirmed in a release that following remedial work and retests, the bowling actions of Ajmal and Sohag Gazi of Bangladesh have been found to

  • Don’t force parents to but books, uniform from schools: DM

    Indore : District Collector Akash Tripathi invoked Section 144 and banned private schools for pressurising parents of schoolchildren to buy uniforms, books and other paraphernalia from schools or school-designated shops with immediate effect.

  • Physically challenged waits as collector busy in meeting

    Dhar: Collector Jayshree Kiyawat always remained busy in the meetings, which is now troubling the villagers who came from far off areas with their problems to be heard but have to return empty-handed. It may be noted that Dhar district is surrounded with tribal belt and here, villagers from Dahi, Kukshi, Nisarpur came to meet the collector but to no avail as they returned with disappointment due to her busyness in meetings.

  • Mystery shrouds woman’s death

    Indore: A woman died under mysterious circumstances in Aerodrome police area. Police have sealed her room and are investigating.

  • Wedding bells ring again for these septuagenarians

    Betul : Betul’s Pachori family is now-a-days busy in preparations of a marriage ceremony, where the bride and groom, Shankar Lal Pachori and his wife Meerabai Pachori, are aged 93 and 95 respectively.

  • Workshop on Leproscopic surgery at Amrita Hospital

    Shahdol : Around 50 surgeons from Vindhya and Mahakoushal areas will catch up at Amrita Hospital at the first Leprocon conference of the division. Amrita Hospital, Indian Medical Association, Shahdol and MP Nursing Home Shahdol have will jointly be organising this event. A live operative workshop will also be organised on the occasion.

  • Can The World Unite To Cripple Jihadists?

    Un Council Plans To Adopt Resolution With Assent Of 15-Member Nations Aimed At Drying Up Is Sources Of Financing From Oil, Antique Trafficking And Ransoms 

  • VHP Wants Akbar’s Fort To Be Replaced With Night Shelter

    Allahabad : Kicking up a controversy, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad on Saturday said the fort built by Mughal emperor Akbar on the banks of the river Yamuna here is a “symbol of subjugation of Hindus” and wanted the imposing structure to be replaced with a night shelter for poor pilgrims visiting to have a dip in the holy Sangam.

  • Why Aap Bounced Back And Cong Is Faltering

    While The Fledgling Party Has A Certain Freshness Which Evokes A Willingness To Give It A Second Chance, The 100-Year-Old Party’s Jaded Looks Compound A Rather Dismal Record Of Sleaze And Non-Performance In Office