Free Press Journal
  • No Sonia either at Cong show on Ambedkar

    New Delhi :  With Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi still away, the party has opted for a low key start to Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar’s 125th birth anniversary celebrations at his birth place Mhow in Madhya Pradesh on Tuesday. Nor will party president Sonia Gandhi go for the event.

  • Wishes to Sanjay Joshi recoil on Minister’s PA

    New Delhi :  This may come as a shocker to many in the BJP and the Sangh Parivar. A central minister’s private assistant was compelled to tender his resignation and two members of Parliament pulled up for wishing happy birthday to PM Narendra Modi’s bête noire Sanjay Joshi.

  • Modi Sarkar changes system of how judges are appointed

    New Delhi :  The long standing collegium system of appointing judges to the high court and the Supreme Court was scrapped on Monday as the government notified the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) Act 2014 and the accompanying constitutional amendment. The provisions of this Act will how decide how judges are chosen.

  • Cabinet status for Ramdev in Haryana

    New Delhi :  Yoga guru Ramdev never had it this good: He will enjoy the status of a cabinet minister in Haryana. That is a quantum leap from being just a brand ambassador for the state.

  • Rains to burn holes in people’s pockets

    Indore : The unseasonal rains might have brought down the temperature by several notches, but it is going to burn a hole in people’s pockets.

  • Tejas Aircraft

    Centre scraps $20 m UPA tender for jets

    New Delhi :  The Narendra Modi government has virtually scrapped the $20 billion Medium Multi-Role Combat Aircraft tender for purchase of 126 Rafale fighter jets signed by the previous United Progressive Alliance government.

  • North Korea, Internet, restored

    Telecom Ministry report soon on neutrality

    New Delhi :  Amid a raging debate on providing equal Internet access to all, the government has set up an expert panel to look into the issues of “net neutrality” and a report on the matter is expected in a month’s time.

  • Finally, PSC to hold dental surgeons exam on June 14

    Indore : Nearly one-and-a-half-year after it called applications for appointment of dental surgeons through interviews, the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) took candidates by surprise with announcing to hold exam for the recruitment.

  • German Nobel laureate Guenter Grass dead

    Berlin :  Guenter Grass, the Nobel-winning German writer who gave voice to the generation that came of age during the horrors of the Nazi era but later ran into controversy over his own World War II past and stance toward Israel, has died. He was 87.

  • officials inspect Panchkroshi preparations

    Ujjain : Senior administrative officials conducted thorough inspection of the Panchkroshi Parikrama preparations on Monday. The team of administrative officials including Divisional Commissioner Ravindra Pastor, Collector Kavindra Kiyawat, Municipal Commissioner Avinash Lavania and SP MS Verma did the physical inspection at all halting villages. Officials’ team visited the whole Panchkroshi route while riding in a bus under the preparations of Simhastha Fair-2016.

  • IIM-I to chalk out growth blueprint for Malwa

    Indore : Indian Institute of Management Indore (IIM-I) is chalking out a roadmap for comprehensive development of Malwa region. The recommendations will be given to the State government for framing strategies for development.

  • Admin on toes to provide facilities to Panchkroshi pilgrims

    Ujjain : Panchkroshi pilgrims throngedthe 118 km long religious journey here on Monday. District administration got indulged in the hospitality of pilgrims to provide them all necessary facilities. Collector Kavindra Kiyawat reviewed the preparations and directed officials to make foolproof arrangements for faithfulpilgrims.

  • UMC to build 5000 new toilets under MPUSM

    Ujjain : The Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) will construct 5000 new toilets under the Madhya Pradesh Urban Sanitation Mission (MPUSM). The UMC gave a green signal to the proposal in the Mayor in Council (MIC), which was held on Monday under the chairmanship of Mayor Rameshwar Akhand.

  • Western disturbances behind wet April, says Met dept

    Ujjain : The city has received 20 mm rain on Sunday, which has broken all past records of the rainfall in the month of the year in the region. The maximum temperature was recorded at 27 degree Celsius on Monday, almost four degrees below of the level on Sunday. On Sunday, it was recorded at 31.5 degree Celsius. The minimum temperature was recorded a 17 degree Celsius on Monday. The weatherman has

  • PMT coaching: Indore has potential of becoming Kotal Manish Upadhay

    Indore : ‘Indore has all the qualities to become an alternate to Kota in terms of medical coaching and this can be possible if the State and Union Governments come out with certain change in their policies. At the same time, increase in medical seats would help in boosting medical services in the State and also help rise medical coaching profession.’

  • Pvt Engg colleges to scout for students in Bihar, Jharkhand, UP

    BHOPAL : Private colleges, through their association, will launch a drive in states like Bihar, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh and Assam to get students for engineering courses in session 2015-16.

  • Kathak, Bollywood and folk dance workshop begins today

    Ujjain : Shri Sarvottam Sangeet Nritya Academy is organizing a dance workshop from Tuesday. Academy member Kuldeep Dubey informed that the dance training camp will be organized under the guidance of renowned dance Guru Pt Harihareshwar Poddar at Krishnakunj St Meera Girls School Nijatpura from 9 to 12 pm and 4 to 8 pm.

  • 102 flats for MLAs to come up on Assembly premises

    BHOPAL : The government has decided to construct 102 flats for MLAs on the Vidhan Sabha premises. In the Cabinet meeting held here on Monday, it was decided to build a seven-storied complex for housing MLAs.

  • 15L voter IDs linked with Aadhar

    BHOPAL : The campaign to get Aadhar card number of voters linked to Voter ID in the state is on. In this series, voters reached the camps held at 62,690 polling centres and got their Aadhar number linked to Voter ID. Around 15 lakh voters got their Aadhar number linked to Voter ID.