Free Press Journal
  • BBC too had a serial rapist in its closet

    It is indeed intriguing that the intrusive BBC needs to peep into the mind of a demented Indian rapist when the news corporation has proprietary rights to a prolific sex offender who was for decades neatly tucked away in its closet.

  • City to drench in Holi fervour today

    Ujjain : Mahakal city is all set to celebrate the festival of colours on Friday. Holi was celebrated at Mahakaleshwar Temple on Thursday evening as devotees from Maharashtra showered one quintal gulal and 11 quintals of flowers on Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlingam. Police administration deployed 1000 cops at all parts of the city to ensure peace Holi.

  • School principal dies in road mishap

    Ujjain : A government school principal was killed on-the-spot in a hit-and-run accident near village Goylaghati on Unhel road, here on Thursday. Government announced ex-gratia of Rs 1 lakh to the family of deceased teacher.

  • Sanchi Mahotsava turns a flop show

    Ujjain : Sanchi Milk Parlour Association president Suryaprakash Nagar alleged Ujjain Milk Federation for not taking the hosting of Sanchi Mahotsava. The event has turned a flop show as the parlour owners have been neglected and sellers of Sanchi products have not been connected to the event. There is no importance of such event. This is being done only for paper formality. Even the consumers are not getting the benefits of such

  • Mayor cursed for city’s pitiable condition

    Ujjain: Congress corporator and Leader of Opposition Ravi Rai condemned Mayor Rameshwar Akhand for not acting as per the expectation of the citizens. Rai made responsible for the pitiable condition of the city. Mayor was asked to make the city free from stray cattle, dogs and pigs which cause swine flu. Rai informed that the virus of H1N1 has been spreading at alarming rate across the city due to unhygienic atmosphere spread

  • Campus drive concludes at MIM

    Ujjain : Sai Proficient Private Limited, an Indore based firm organised their campus drive at Mahakal Institute of Management recently. TPO deputy director, Anurag Bhadaniya informed that the company researches in stock markets. Around 35 students of MBA 2015 batch participated in the campus drive. Company director Nitish Jain and HR Shweta Ahuja detailed the company profile to students via PPT.

  • Satirical evening at Kalidasa Academy today

    Ujjain : Hindi evening daily Aksharvishwa has organised a ‘Hasya Vyang’ (satirical) event on the Holi eve at the Pt Suryanaryan Vyas auditorium of the Kalidasa Academy.

  • Jewelry stolen from marriage garden

    Ujjain : Gold jewelry was stolen from a marriage hall in Indore road on Wednesday. Praveen son of Omprakash Sharma, a resident of Jhabua district was in city to attend a marriage function at Utsav Garden of Indore road. A gold Mangalsutra and chain was stolen from the marriage hall. As the family was enjoying their moment, sometime later, they realised that the bag containing valuable was missing. A complaint has been

  • 1 lakh liter butter milk and 40K kg ghee to be sold at Simhastha Fair-2016

    Ujjain : Ujjain Milk Federation has planned to sell 1 lakh liter butter milk and 40,000 kg ghee during Simhastha Fair-2016. Federation will also provide milk, curd, shreekhand, lassi, cheese, mawa, peda and other milk products to the visitors during the grand fair.

  • BRTS: Jams, court cases, Indore sees it all

    Indore : Whenever there was a hearing in court on the petition by social activist Kishor Kodwani on Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS) corridor, the city residents would be all eyes and all ears.

  • Unemployed youth attempts immolation, critical

    Indore: A 23-year-old youth attempted self-immolation in Bhawarkuan police station area on Thursday. He was rushed to a hospital in a critical condition. Primary investigations by the police suggested that he was depressed due to his unemployment and that might have prompted him to commit the act. According to police, Govind Goyal, a resident of Palda, attempted suicide by immolating self at his uncle’s residence.

  • CM refuses to cut cake, says never let people down

    Indore : Facing charges of his involvement in Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board better known as Vyapam scam, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan on his surprise birthday bash here at Pitra Parvat on Thursday said that he would not let people of the State down by any of his act.

  • Holika goes up in flames, City in Holi mood

    Indore : Keeping aside their regular schedules, residents of the city will come out to play Holi, the colour of festival, on Friday with great fun and enthusiasm. To be part of this great festival, do come out of your home and the see faces smeared with colors and relish delicious snacks, sweets and of course, the ‘bhaang’ to get kick of the festival.

  • Beware, most Holi colours are harmful: Experts

    Indore : “Using chemical-mixed colours for playing Holi can cause various skin diseases and allergies. It may also cause cancer. Dry colours are also harmful to health as it can cause asthma,” said ENT specialists Dr Rajiv Manudhane and Chest Specialist Dr Pramod Jhawar.

  • Mixed reactions to BBC’s controversial docu film ‘India’s Daughter’

    Indore : After watching the controversial documentary ‘India’s Daughter’, released on YouTube, youngsters of Indore expressed mixed reactions on it. However, a heavy anger was also seen through their posts on Facebook timelines and twits against the accused and over the whole incident which even forced to change the juvenile law in the country. Citizens have different opinions over the ban of the documentary filmed by BBC as some praised the work