Free Press Journal
  • BJP to celebrate Jan Kalyan Parv

    Mandsaur : BJP will celebrated Jan Kalyan Parv on May 26 and May 27 at divisional-level under the guidance of party in-charge for the district Anil Jain Kalukheda. It was decided at the party’s executive meeting held here on Friday.

  • No consensus on distance of dairies from river

    Jabalpur :  The Jabalpur High court had directed a joint meet of administrators of concerned departments, the litigators and their advocates to decide as to what should be the distance between a river and a milk dairy to make sure that the river does not gets polluted. The meet remained inconclusive.

  • Former Minister of State points finger at Manmohan Singh

    New Delhi :  Another finger is pointing at former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in the coal scam. Former Union minister of state for coal Dasari Narayan Rao on Friday told a court here that the decision about allocating Jharkhand’s Amarkonda coal blocks to Jindal Steel and Gagan Sponge was taken by then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

  • Being a Maoist not a crime: Kerala High Court

    Kochi :  In a significant ruling, the Kerala High Court on Friday said that being a Maoist is not a crime and the police cannot detain a person merely because he is a Maoist.

  • Freeganj to be encroachment free, Traders nod to support admin

    Ujjain :  Traders of Freeganj area agreed to extend full support to district administration making the area free from encroachment. Freeganj the busiest market place of the city will get freed from the problem of frequent traffic jam.

  • Commissioner reviews Krishi Mahotsava’s preparations

    Hoshangabad :  A district level workshop was organised to prepare for the upcoming Krishi Mahotsava. The workshop saw presence of Commissioner VK Batham, IG Satish Saxena, Collector Sanket Bhondwe, CEO of District Panchayat Abhijeet Agrawal, SP Police Ashutosh Pratap Singh, Joint director of Farmer Welfare and Agricultural Development PK Vishwakarma, deputy director JS Gurjar, and many other officials of different departments.

  • Chief Minister might visit Pawarkheda soon

    Hoshangabad :  CM might pay a visit to Hoshangabad district’s Pawarkheda. On Thursday, Commissioner VK Batham and IG Satish Saxena, inspected the probable programme area and gave necessary instructions to the officers.

  • ‘Congress, Rahul have no right to use Dr Ambedkar’s name

    Ujjain :  State BJP SC Morcha president Omprakash Khatik has said that neither the Congress nor its ‘prince’ Rahul Gandhi has any right to use the name of Baba Saheb Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar as they have dishonoured him during his lifetime and after his departure.

  • Incharge minister meets vet students

    Jabalpur :  In charge Minister of the district Gauri Shankar Bisen, visited the city in the morning, where he was welcomed by the BJP leaders and administrative officers. After this he met the student representatives of ABVP, who handed over a memorandum to him.

  • 5 injured in riot triggered by calling dog – ‘a dog’!

    Indore :  In a bizarre incident, calling a dog – ‘a dog’ – and not by the name given to the canine, led to a riot-like situation in Aerodrome area which left five persons, including a woman, injured on Friday.

  • Action against officials failing to clean Kshipra by June 10

    Ujjain :  Money incurred on the work of removing garbage deposited in the river Kshipra will be recovered from the concerned officials if they fail to finish the task till June 10. This warning was issued by the Divisional Commissioner Ravindra Pastor during the review of Simhastha Fair-2016 preparations.

  • Auto-rickshaws with female drivers to start soon in City

    Indore :  In order to ensure safety of women in public transport, Atal Indore City Transport Services Limited (AICTSL) on Friday proposed to launch auto-rickshaws with their tops having Pink colour. The rickshaws will be driven women drivers and be fitted with GPS trackers.

  • Divisional symposium held

    Ujjain :  Muslim Rashtriya Seva Manch Cell Malwa Region organized at a divisional symposium on ‘Nationality is the base of Hindu-Muslim Unity’ here on Thursday.

  • Telecom company official booked for molestation

    Indore :  An official of a prominent telecom company was booked for molesting a woman employee in his office at Tukoganj on Friday. Tukoganj police booked Abhay Bhandari for molestation of a woman employee at the office situated in Johari Palace.

  • Work of shifting RTO to new complex to start next week

    Indore :  The Regional Transport Office (RTO) will start functioning in its new building at Nayta Mundla by next three months. The shifting work will start by next week.

  • Teacher’s clever jibes calm examinees’ ruffled nerves

    Indore :  Students appearing for 8th Semester examinations of engineering course at Prestige Institute of Engineering and Management Research were in for a surprise. They were told by the teacher who set the paper, to pray to God, if they had missed his classes.