Free Press Journal
  • Kesar scent effect : Once a BPL farmer, now millionaire

    Dhar : Farmer Babulal of village Barda of Kukshi has earned a name in adopting modern farming techniques and experimenting with different types of crops. He has showed a way to other farmers of the area with successfully experimenting with Kesar farming which is known as a special crop of Kashmir.

  • Disabled youth’s body found, murder suspected

    Indore : Police have recovered a body of a physically-challenged youth from underneath a bridge on Bypass road on Friday. Although no visible wounds are present on the body, the police suspect that the youth may have been murdered. The Police sent the body for autopsy and waiting for report.

  • M’rashtra Bank heist: IO’s statement recorded

    Indore : A local court on Friday recorded statements of Investigating Officer (IO) in the 2008 Maharashtra Bank robbery case and was informed that the main accused were also involved in terror activities.

  • Mumbai’s Jaslok Hospital starts clinic on neurosurgery in City

    Indore : Mumbai’s Jaslok Hospital launched a neurosurgical clinic here claiming that it was the first-of-its-kind in Madhya Pradesh offering consultation for advanced surgical treatment to neurological disorders.

  • Students take out cleanliness rally

    Indore : Nearly a group of 150 students of Indus World School took out a rally at Jhalaria Village to create awareness on cleanliness and hygiene on Friday.

  • Woman was strangled to death by paramour: ASP

    Ujjain : The police on Friday claimed to have cracked the blind murder case of woman whose decomposed body was found in a decomposed state in a secluded place near Ingoriya.

  • Jaslok Hosp starts clinic on neurosurgery in City

    Indore : Mumbai’s Jaslok Hospital launched a neurosurgical clinic here claiming that it was the first-of-its-kind in Madhya Pradesh offering consultation for advanced surgical treatment to neurological disorders.

  • Thieves strike at jewelry shop

    Indore: Unidentified thieves decamped with gold and silver ornaments from a jewelry shop in Bhanwarkua area on the intervening night of Thursday and Friday. The thieves broke into Abhay Jewelers at Ganesh Nagar on Khandwa Road by breaking the locks and took away toe rings, rings, anklets and gold tops. Shop owner Ramesh Soni found the broken lock in the morning and informed the police. In another incident, thieves made way with

  • Summer camp begins on May 1

    Ujjain : Kalidas Sanskrit Academy, MP Sanskriti Parishad is organizing a summer camp from May 1. Trainees will be imparted training in various genres by the master trainers. Academy will impart training for three traditional dance forms that is Bharatnatyam, Odisi and Kathak this year. Apart from dance training, training for drawing/painting, clay modeling, calligraphy, craft, solo singing, instrumental and drama will be given. Camp will continue till May 23.

  • Bank heist: Court records IO’s statement

    Indore : A local court on Friday recorded statements of Investigating Officer (IO) in the 2008 Maharashtra Bank robbery case and was informed that the main accused were also involved in terror activities.

  • Lecture on business ethics, corporate etiquettes

    Ujjain : Women Empowerment Cell Rashmika of Mahakal Group of Institutes organized a special lecture on Business Ethics & CorporateEtiquettes for the BE third and fourth year girl students recently.

  • 2 drug peddlers get 10 years jail

    Indore : A special court on Friday sentenced two persons to 10 years imprisonment and also imposed a penalty of Rs 1 lakh on each of them for peddling contraband. The accused had to face additional jail term if they failed to pay the penalty.

  • Body of disabled found, police suspect murder

    Indore : Police have recovered a body of a physically-challenged youth from underneath a bridge on Bypass road on Friday. Although no visible wounds are present on the body, the police suspect that the youth may have been murdered. The Police sent the body for autopsy and waiting for report.

  • IGT first round winners welcomed

    Ujjain : City Mallakhamb players who excelled at the TV reality show India’s Got Talent (IGT) were felicitated by APJ Gymnasium on Friday. Talented players Yash Gupta, Shubham Potdar, Harsh Yadav, Manish Panwar, Ritik Chanderiwal, Indrajeet Nagar, Shikhar Banjaria, Shubham Sharma, Bhavesh Kanadkar, Raj Katar and Harshita Kanadkar were given away trolley bags at the felicitation ceremony. The programme was organized by Yuva. Trainer Dr Ashish Mehta, Satyanarayan Shastri, Ajay Vipat, Gopal

  • 300 PAS, 350 drop gates, 300 watch towers to manage crowd

    Ujjain : Police administration seems to be gearing up for the grand fair of Simhastha-2016. The department has made extensive arrangements to manage the crowd. Around 25, 000 trained cops to be deployed at the fair area.300 public addressing systems, 350 drop gates, 300 binoculars, 3000 barriers and 300 watch towers will be setup across the city to manage the big crowd.

  • Two booked for extortion bid from iron merchant

    Indore : City police have booked two persons, including a jail inmate, for allegedly making extortion demands of Rs 1 lakh to an iron trader in Raoji Bazaar police station area here on Friday.

  • Mahila Mandal distributes prizes

    Mhow: The city based Sarv Brahman Mahila Mandal, on the conclusion of Parshuram Mahotsav,   distributed prizes to the winners. Guests including Rahul Sharma, Jitendra Sharma, Pushpa Pathak, Dr Laxmi Dubey, Dr Rita Upmanyu distributed the prize while the programme was conducted by Diya Pathak and Renu Shukla. Akhilesh Sharma proposed the vote of thanks.

  • Social workers feted on Parshuram Jayanthi

    Ujjain: Shri Bhrigu Bhargava Brahmin Samaj felicitated social workers during a programme organized at Shankar Bhavan to mark Parshuram Jayanthi, on Friday. Pt Jani Guru, Bunty Bhadoria, senior member of the community Pt Jiyalal Sharma graced the occasion. Social workers Umesh Bhargava and president Vijay Dubey were felicitated on this occasion. Dilip Bhargava, Jagdish Bhargava, Raman Bhargava, Manohar Dubey, Rajendra Bhargava, Vinay Mishra, Chandrashekhar Bhargava, Lotiram Tiwari and others were present. Santosh

  • Resident threatened for raising voice against illegal digging

    Indore : City police on Friday registered a case against a man for issuing death threats to a resident of Vijay Nagar, who is spearheading a protest against illegal road digging and construction work in the locality.

  • Khandelwal made prez; Data secy

    Ujjain : Election of Lions Club Ujjain Kshipra was held at the general meeting organized under the guidance of election officers Praveen Khandelwal and Ashwin Mehta.