Free Press Journal
  • Shivraj, Digvijay at loggerheads after 11 years

    BHOPAL : After a gap of around 11 years, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan and former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh have again come face to face in the state politics.

  • Indore-Ujjain buses to ply from Nanakheda bus stand from today

    Ujjain : Administration has decided to operate Indore-Ujjain passenger buses from Nanakheda bus stand from Sunday. Protesting the decision of the district administration, bus operators have decided to go on an indefinite strike from Sunday. The two groups have the contrastive approach towards shifting of the Dewasgate bus stand.

  • Zila Panchayat Polls result declared

    Ujjain : Results of 21 wards of Zila Panchayat were declared officially here on Saturday. Both major political parties BJP and Congress claimed the victory of their candidates in Zila Panchayat Polls.

  • Two killed, 5 injured in car-van collision

    Ujjain : Two persons, including a woman, from Dewas were killed and five others were injured in an accident occurred at village Nazarpur on the Ujjain-Agar highway, here on Saturday.

  • Jail inmate dies of stomach pain

    Ujjain : A murder-convict died due to illness in the Bhairavgarh Jail. He was convicted for murder and was serving a jail term for the last twelve years. According to the police, Ramchandra Bagri, a resident of village Arniypipa under Jaora, was jailed for a murder. He had complained of severe stomach pain on Friday night. He was shifted to the jail ward of Civil Hospital, where he died during treatment. The

  • Rural students get an educational boon

    Ujjain : The importance of communication skills in English was showcased at the ten day long workshop on advance level English speaking and communications organised at the Mahakal Institute of Technology (MIT). The workshop came to an end on Saturday with about 100 girls and boys presenting skits.

  • Listed hooligans attack mother-daughter in house

    Ujjain : Three listed hooligans of Panwasa area, Maxi Road assaulted a mother and her daughter by barging into their house here on late Friday.

  • IMC-dist admn team razes 10 illegal buildings built on green-belt area

    Indore : The Indore Municipality Corporation and the District Administration, in a joint operation, demolished illegal buildings constructed on green belt area. The building owners tried to obtain stay from the High Court but could not do so and the demolition was carried out. The operation was carried out under heavy police cover.

  • Educational Dishonesty BEd colleges charging addl fees

    Indore : The BEd colleges affiliated to Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) are recovering additional fees from students even as Admission and Fee Regulatory Committee (AFRC) is saying that action will be taken if a complaint is lodged.

  • 12-yr-old H1N1 suspect dies

    Indore : While swine flu claimed a minor child in the city on Saturday, health department officials hiding behind one or other excuse refused to share the number of deaths due to the deadly disease so far.

  • MBA student held for theft

    Indore : Heera Nagar police nabbed an MBA student for thefts. He had taken to thefts after watching a video clip on the net.

  • No vehicles at Holkar College on Saturdays

    Indore : In order to discourage students and its staffers against use of vehicles that pollute environment, Government Holkar Science College has decided to observe “No Vehicle Day” on every Saturday.

  • Male nurses to file contempt case against govt

    Indore : With the State Government announcing vacancies for staff nurse without seeking the court’s permission, male nurses have started entertaining thoughts of filing a contempt petition in the Indore bench of MP High Court.

  • School students’ tryst with RRCAT on Science Day

    Indore : About 1600 students and teachers of 120 schools and colleges from in and around the city had a tryst with Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology (RRCAT) on Saturday as the Centre celebrated National Science Day.

  • 13 cases resolved in Lok Adalat

    Indore : The 138th Lok Adalat of the Indore Bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court was held on Saturday. Around 13 cases were resolved on the basis of mutual understanding in the Lok Adalat. In cases related to motor accidents, Rs 7.55 lakh were awarded to the victims’ family. The Lok Adalat was organised on the instructions of Justice PK Jaiswal, Administrative Justice of the Lok Adalat Indore Bench. A bench including

  • IMC-Admn team razes 10 buildings

    Indore : The Indore Municipality Corporation and the District Administration, in a joint operation, demolished illegal buildings constructed on green belt area. The building owners tried to obtain stay from the High Court but could not do so and the demolition was carried out. The operation was carried out under heavy police cover.

  • Collector asks revenue officials to submit monthly work reports

    Indore : Collector Akash Tripathi on Saturday convened a meeting of revenue department officials and reviewed their works. He directed the officials to tour villages and resolve their issues on the spot, if possible, and submit their reports on monthly basis.

  • Budget is not as expected, say experts

    Indore : “To me, the overall market seems to be not so happy. Nothing major was done for the industries and all the good things were kept for the years to come. The industries aren’t getting anything right now, but the rate at which it will get in the years to come is also very low.” Praveen Agrawal, CII Chairman Malwa Zone

  • Collector issues show cause notices to DEO, 23 schools

    Indore : The collector Aakash Tripathi has issued show cause notices to District Education Officer (DEO) Kishore Shinde, 10 principals of government schools and 13 principals and directors of private schools for dereliction of duty in issuing caste certificates.

  • Rs 20k stolen from ATM

    Dewas : An unidentified accused withdrew Rs 20,000 from an account in Axis bank through ATM. The account belongs to Amir Sheikh, a resident of Pathankua. The Kotwali police have registered a case.