Free Press Journal
  • Transformer flames up at Khedapati Zone

    Ujjain :  Panic gripped the Dhancha Bhawan area when a down step transformer was engulfed in fire followed by a blast with thumping sound here on Thursday.

  • Girls outshine boys in the X CBSE examination

    Ujjain :  Once again, the girls outshined the boys in the Standard-X examination of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), results of which were announced on Thursday.

  • Shivraj Singh Chouhan to inaugurate state level convention today

    Ujjain :  Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will inaugurate the state-level farmer producer convention here on Friday. The convention has been organised with a motto to help farmers get fair prices of their produce and make agriculture profitable.

  • Two minor girls drown in ambhir River

    Ujjain :  Two minor girls aged around 12-13 years drowned in the Gambhir River near the village Aslana here on Thursday.

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    Distraught teen raped by 4 youth in Dharavi

    Mumbai :  A 14-year old girl, who had left her home in Andheri in a fit of rage following a fight with her grandmother, was gang raped by four men in Dharavi. The girl, a class VIII student, had left home to meet her friend in Jammu and Kashmir whom she had be friended on Facebook.

  • Send SMS for cleaning of coaches in Railway

    Ratlam: Passengers of the on board housekeeping services trains may avail the facility of SMS for carrying out cleaning work in the coaches.

  • Pre-monsoon showers bring welcome relief from scalding heat

    BHOPAL :  Light rain coupled with gusty wind provided much-needed relief from intense heat and humidity to the residents of the city on Thursday evening. Weatherman called it pre-monsoon showers. Throughout the day it was humid atmosphere as temperature continued to increase.

  • Game over for Blatter?

    Clamour for FIFA chief’s head grows ahead of the Presidential elections today (more…)

  • 94,474 students secure 10 CGPA

    Madhur Sudharshan and Syomantak Chaudhuri among 28 students from Kendriya Vidyalaya IIT B Powai have scored 10 CGPA (more…)

  • Ex-servicemen plan an agitation over delay in one-rank-one-pension

    New Delhi/Pune : Aggrieved over the delay in the roll-out of ‘One-Rank-One-Pension’ (OROP) for the armed forces, ex-servicemen plan to hold a nationwide agitation even as 1971 war veteran Wing Commander(retd) Suresh Karnik boycotted a function attended by Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar.

  • Sena-BJP to take BVA head on in VVMC polls

    Palghar : The announcement of the Shiv Sena-BJP alliance has charged atmosphere here at the Vasai–Virar Municipal Corporation (VVMC) elections. MLAs from Mumbai are expected to campaign which has further added colours to it. Environment minister Ramdas Kadam has been entrusted with heading the campaign at VVMC polls, sources have said.

  • Kirori Singh Bainsla present as fresh talks begin

    New Delhi : A fresh round of talks between a Gujjar delegation led by Kirori Singh Bainsla and a committee of three Rajasthan ministers began here this evening to resolve the stand-off over the issue of 5 per cent job reservation as demanded by the community. It is likely to be final talks between the two sides as the ministers and Bainsla have indicated positive development.

  • AFSPA goes: Hailed as a victory for sanity

    New Delhi/Srinagar : The Tripura government’s decision to withdraw AFSPA from the state was on Thursday hailed by former Home Minister P Chidambaram as a victory for sanity and humanity while Hurriyat’s moderate faction hoped it will serve as an “eye opener” for political parties in Jammu and Kashmir.

  • Modi govt is over-centralised govt, says PC

    New Delhi: Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram on Thursday rejected Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s veiled charge that Sonia Gandhi was an “unconstitutional authority” and instead accused the BJP and the government of “running to” the RSS with a “pernicious” hidden agenda.

  • Premium trains will be ‘Suvidha’ trains soon

    New Delhi : Faced with some anomalies in dynamic fare system of the premium trains, the Railways will relaunch the service as ‘Suvidha’ trains after making certain changes in the system from July.