Free Press Journal
  • RTO Grade III, IV staff stage dharna

     Indore: Large number of Grade III and IV employees staged a demonstration at the RTO demanding closure of case against four-wheelers number section in-charge RP Gautam, on Wednesday. President of Laghu Karmchari Sangh, Bheem Singh Kushwah said that RTO MP Singh had launched a probe against Gautam over a false complaint. “We staged a demonstration at the RTO office demanding the RTO to revoke the probe,” he said.  It is to be noted that

  • RTO seizes SUV

    Indore : Continuing its action against vehicles plying without depositing taxes, the RTO on Wednesday seized one more SUV with a fake registration number.

  • CM announces 51 changes in rules, procedures

    BHOPAL : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, speaking at the concluding function of a workshop ‘Ease of Doing Business’ held at Academy of Administration here on Wednesday, said an atmosphere, where a common man could set up an industry in the state, should be build. He said work environment needs to be changed. Setting up of industry is similar to serving the state and there is a need to move forward with

  • 25,000 houses for cops in 5 yrs: CM

    Indore : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan on Wednesday announced to construct 25,000 more houses for policemen in next five years.

  • Shivraj b’day today; BJP plans big show

    BHOPAL : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh will turn 56 on Thursday. The BJP is going to celebrate his birthday on a grand scale this time. BJP State office too has issued instructions to celebrate Chauhan’s birthday with pomp and show.

  • KV Principal backs out from allegations against collector

    BHOPAL : Shoma Ghosh, Principal of Kendriya Vidhyalaya, Panna backed out from the charges of sexual exploitation she had levelled on RK Mishra, the collector of the district while deposing before an enquiry committee of two senior IAS officers – ACS Aruna Sharma and Commissioner, Women empowerment, Kalpana Shriwastawa – at Panna on Wednesday.

  • Govt employees submit memo to DM over manhandling by BJP activists

    Ujjain : Class-III government employees submitted a memorandum to the District Collector Kavindra Kiyawat here on Wednesday morning. The employees were peeved over the manhandling of one their colleagues by the BJP activists at the Collectorate on Tuesday. They also demanded immediate withdrawal of the offences registered against the employees and the joint-collector Jayant Joshi. Not only the Class-III and IV employees of the collectorate, but the administrative officials also observed half-day

  • Holi fervour makes market abuzz

    Ujjain : The excitement of smearing colours and pumping water made the city markets abuzz with activity ahead of Holi.

  • 40 more test positive for Swine Flu

    BHOPAL: Forty more patients were found Swine Flu positive in the city on Wednesday while 53 swab samples were sent to AIIMS for testing. So far, 443 swine flu positive patients have been reported while death toll in the state capital has climbed to 51 CMHO Dr Vina Sinha said, “Forty-one swine flu positives have been reported and we have sent 53 more swab samples for the testing to AIIMS.”

  • Swine flu cases rise to 76, virus may bounce back

    Ujjain : The deadly H1N1 virus has stopped spreading for now but the health official fear that the reducing mercury levels could revive the virus which was in circulation for years but suddenly spread due to abundant of conducive environment.

  • Father attacks son with knife

    Ujjain : A drug addict father attacked his son with knife, injuring him seriously here on late Tuesday near Maharajwada area. The son was trying to save his mother from his father, who was beating his wife seriously over petty issue. The accused was identified as Shammi Khan, who was arguing and beating his wife, suddenly his son Salman reached the house and intervened in the issue. Seeing his son arguing with

  • Priest hangs self at yajmans’s house

    Ujjain : A 50-year-old priest allegedly hanged himself in his yajman’s house at Narayana Road, Mahidpur on Tuesday. According to the Mahidpur police, the deceased was identified as Kishore son of Basantilal Sharma, a resident of village Kadhai. The deceased was a priest by profession. The deceased was at house of his yajman Sohanlal Jalandra, for performing Puja as Sohanlal was recently blessed with a son. The incident was reported by Sohanlal

  • Cong widens net; insinuates involvement of ministers, officers

    BHOPAL : The Congress, on Wednesday, submitted one more Excel sheet, some call details and SMSs to HC-constituted Special Investigation Team (SIT), with a complaint against two union ministers, one MP and four state ministers, one former minister and around ten IAS and IPS officers in Vyapam recruitmentgate.

  • Seer Shivmuni imparts lesson on obedience

    Ujjain : Acharya Dr Shivmuni was received at Shubhash Nagar Sthanak here on Wednesday. Delivering a religious discourse, Muni imparted a lesson on obedience asking community people to maintain their dignity working honestly with complete obedience.

  • ‘Interrogate Diggi; he is close to Dr Bhandari’

    BHOPAL: A complaint has been lodged with Special Investigation Team (SIT) demanding a probe into connection between former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh and owner of Aurobindo Medical College Dr Vinod Bhandari. The complainant, Satish Ahelia, Advocate, has written to SIT demanding investigations into connection between Dr Vinod Bhandari, who is an accused in irregularities committed in PMT and Pre-PG Examination of MPPEB and former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh. Ahelia alleged that Dr

  • Saints irk over drain flowing in Kshipra

    Ujjain : Saints and seers expressed anger over administration over a drain flowing in holy Kshipra, on Wednesday. Saints showed the drains flowing in the river Kshipra to officials and demanded quick resolution over the issue.

  • Jiwaji varsity gets grade A in NAAC test

    BHOPAL: Jiwaji University of Gwalior bagged A grade in NAAC test and Jabalpur’s Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya (RDVV) secured B grade in it, besides 15 government and private colleges. Dr Vinod Bhandari’s Sri Aurobindo Institute of Medical Science and Sri Aurobindo College of Dentistry of Indore bagged B grade. Dr Bhandari is an accused in Vyapam medical admission fraud and is in jail at present. The only college getting A grade in the

  • Antariksh had visited Victoria Urban Apt twice

    Indore : The 18-year-old Antariksh Yadav, who fell from the 10-storey Victoria Urban Apartment in mysterious circumstances, had gone to the building twice on the day. “First he visited the apartment in the morning and secondly in the evening,” CSP (Central Kotwali) Prabha Chauhan said.

  • Dengue alert sounded

    Indore : While the H1N1 influenza continues to wreak havoc in the city, the aedes mosquito is likely to add concerns of citizens.

  • DAVV turns to NCTE as MEd colleges mount pressure for results

    Indore : With MEd colleges claiming to have recognition from National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) and seeking exam results of 2012-13 batch students on the ground, the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has asked the NCTE to clear air on the recognition issue.