Free Press Journal
  • City bids adieu to Ghufran-e-Azam

    BHOPAL : Former MP and Congress leader Ghufran-e-Azam’s last rites were performed in the city on Friday. He had passed away at a Mumbai hospital on Thursday, where he was admitted after he suffered a brain stroke.

  • BU private college students to write exams in other colleges

    BHOPAL : Students of private colleges would have to appear in their semester exams from colleges not their own. This has been decided by the Barkatullah University llege in order to curb the use of unfair means.

  • No check on sale of sub-standard helmets in city

    Ujjain : As the police have intensified their drive to mandating the helmet wearing for two wheeler riders the sale of substandard helmets has gained momentum.

  • Police have to enforce the law says SP

    Ujjain: Callousness on part of two-wheeler riders of the city not wearing helmets notwithstanding, the police has no option but to enforce the law, says SP MS Verma.

  • Good Friday observed by Christian community

    Ujjain : Good Friday the day of prayers, fasting and penance was observed the Christians on Friday. Since morning, devotees were seen visiting churches located on Dewas Road other places to attend Mass. Good Friday commemorates the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. According to the Gospel, Jesus was put to death on the Friday before Easter Day. Hence, the Christans do penance”, said Father Anthony. The period of mourning (when Jesus Christ died)

  • Dr Brahmdutt to receive 17th Krantiveer Award

    Ujjain : Dr Brahmdutt the renowned social activist has been conferred upon the 17th Krantiveer Award. He will receive the award in a ceremony which will be organised here on April 4 at the banks of river Kshipra, near Datt Akhara.

  • Prayers, blood donation camp on Good Friday

    Indore : Good Friday, marking the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, was observed here with special prayers in churches and the faithful observing fasts as a way of renunciation of earthly comforts.

  • Seminar on GST today

    Indore: Presidents of country’s three accounting bodies ICAI, Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) and ICAI ( Cost Accounting) – will be sharing dais to discuss the provision of GST here at ICAI Bhawan on Saturday. Indore CA Branch chairman Sunil G Khandelwal said this is for the first time that all the three presidents of Indian accounting bodies — ICAI President CA Manoj Fadnis, ICSI President CS Atul Mehta and

  • Budget discussions start in IMC despite confusion over areas of allocation

    Indore : IMC corporators given charge of various departments have started discussing tentative budget allocations plans, apparently in dark. After the recent re-organisation of the departments, fixed guidelines defining their areas of operations are yet to be released in the form of a gazette notification. This has led to a state of confusion.

  • Aprajita Mahila Sangh

    Indore: Aprajita Mahila Sangh organised a financial awareness programme in industrial areas of Shiv Nagar, Datoda, Chapari and Khatipura in association with Small-Scale Industrial Development Bank. The financial awareness was created via street play and information regarding deposits, loans, Aadhar cards, Kisan cards, insurance, Kishan Club, Self-help groups, pension schemes and other state government schemes, etc.

  • Narhari may succeed Tripathi as collector

    Indore : Collector Akash Tripathi would be leaving the city on Saturday. Though his successor is yet to be named, there are couple of candidates who may be given the posting. However, the decision is likely to be delayed until April 6.

  • Vehicle lifter caught red handed

    Indore : A vehicle lifter was caught red-handed picking locks of a motorcycle when its owner, a doctor, raised an alarm noticing the act in Khajrana area.

  • Burglars strike RRCAT located central school

    Indore : Burglars broke into Central School, located in the premises of RRCAT and stole seven computer monitors and other items from the lab. According to Rajendra Nagar police, the incident occurred on Wednesday night. The police registered a case on the complaint of Ashish Kumar, Lab in-charge of Central School.

  • Youth sets self afire after chopping off fingers

    Indore :  Adamant to end life over unknown reason, a youth set himself afire in Banganga area, on Friday afternoon.  The bizarre incident occurred in Shivnagar where a 30-year-old youth first chopped off his two fingers with an axe in full public view. When local people tried to stop him, he scared them with the axe and went inside his rented accommodation, where he chopped off his thumb and threw it outside.

  • Failed robbery

    Indore: Four motorcycle borne miscreants tried to rob a security guard late on Thursday night. However, their attempt failed because the guard had no valuables on him. Frustrated at their failed attempt, the miscreants hit the guard with iron bar and fled the scene.

  • Utensil trader threatened

    Indore: A utensil trader was threatened by some money lenders over some dispute about payment in Juni Indore area. Police have registered a case on the complaint of Vikas Sedhwani of Sindhi Colony against Kalu Varma, Narendra Saluja, Manish, Munna and Manjit Singh for threatening him for loan amount. Police station incharge Pawan Singhal said that the above accused were threatening the complaint over a loan amount, he had borrowed from them.

  • DAVV to offer diploma in French, German languages

    Indore : Buoyed by overwhelming response to its certificate programmes on French and German languages, the School of Languages of the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has decided to turn the courses into diploma courses.

  • Martyr Jagesh Dhakad to be cremated today

    Dewas : The last rites of martyr Jagesh Dhakad will be performed with full state honor at his native place Barotha, near here on Saturday. Dhakad was killed in a militant attack at Baramula on Thursday. According to information, his body will be brought at Barotha on Saturday morning.

  • Bike-tanker collision kills three

    Mhow : Three youths died in a bike tanker collision on Mhow-Pithampur road on Friday. Dharmendra, Kunal and Saddam all resident of Nimwali in Ratlam district were heading towards Ratlam from Indore. The deceased youths were riding a bike no MP-11 MI 6065. On Pithampur main road, there bike hit a tanker MH 16 07286 coming from the opposite side leaving Dharmendra and Saddam leaving on the spot. The third victim Kunal