Free Press Journal
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    Food Special: Mango Rhapsody

    GITA HARI gets her fill of mango with tasty mango deserts at Bay View restaurant.

  • Preeti Gupta

    Unfreedom’ actress calls lesbian couple ad ‘path-breaking’

    New Delhi: Actress Preeti Gupta, whose film “Unfreedom” touches upon homosexuality, has come out to support a new advertisement which looks at lesbian relationships in a refreshing way. She says it’s a step towards representation of the community in the mainstream media.

  • Nitish Kumar

    Nitish Kumar attack on Amit Shah’s ‘bulky’ frame

    New Delhi :  There is more politics over International Yoga Day than the Narendra Modi govt would have bargained for. After the Congress attacked the event last week, it is now the turn of Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar who snapped at Amit Shah and Modi for trying to make a ”show-off” and ”publicity” out of a useful thing.

  • Oil leak fuels major fire near Freeway

    Mumbai :  A fire broke out due to a suspected leakage in an oil pipeline passing through a plot of land owned by the Mumbai Port Trust (MbPT) in Wadala around 5.45 pm on Saturday evening.

  • Syed Ali Shah Geelani

    Geelani put under house arrest again

    Srinagar :  Several leaders of hardline Hurriyat Conference including chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani were on Saturday put under house arrest by authorities to foil the plans of the amalgam to hold a controversial seminar on Sunday that was dubbed as ‘ant-national’.

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    Tomar’s all degrees found to be fake

    New Delhi :  The police custody of ex-Delhi Law Minister Jitender Singh Tomar was on Saturday extended by two days by a court here after the Delhi Police claimed that documents produced by him were “fabricated” and charges under Prevention of Corruption Act might also be invoked in the case.

  • Air India Lizard

    Shocking! Lizard found in meal on Delhi-London flight

    New Delhi :  A picture of a lizard in the meal tray of a flyer purportedly on one of Air India’s flights was doing the rounds on social media and also left the Civil Aviation Minister fuming but the airline termed it “baseless” and a “mischievous propaganda” against it.

  • Chhagan Bhujbal

    More trouble for Bhujbal, 3rd FIR filed

    Mumbai :  In further trouble for former Maharashtra Minister and NCP leader Chhagan Bhujbal, Navi Mumbai police on Saturday filed an FIR against him in connection with a housing project, days after he was named in two corruption-related cases. The FIR, filed at the Taloja Police Station in Navi Mumbai, names Bhujbal, his son Pankaj, and nephew Samir.

  • Ammonia leak on Punjab highway: 5 dead

    Ludhiana :  Five persons were killed and nearly 200 others fell ill after inhaling ammonia gas which leaked from a gas tanker after it accidentally brushed against a flyover near here, triggering panic in the area. The incident occurred on the Delhi-Ludhiana highway when the tanker got stuck under a flyover along a canal, about 25-km from here, police said.

  • Heavy rains lash city; choked drains expose UMC

    Ujjain : Medium to heavy rains lashed the city on Saturday evening. The rains which continued for about an hour at around 8 pm created water logging situation. The low lying areas got inundated as usual while the prime squares also witnessed water level up to knee owing to choked drains. Rainfall remained continue till night in frequencies.

  • Four engineers served show cause notice for delay in Simhastha works

    Ujjain : Collector Kavindra Kiyawat on Saturday directed to serve the show cause notice on two engineers for alleged dereliction of duty. During an inspection of the Simhastha Fair related development works to see the progress of works, he found two assistant engineers and two deputy engineers without the ‘M’ book (measurement book) on hand and had crossed their time limit to complete the construction works. PWD engineers use the book to

  • Stray cattle menace goes unchecked

    Ujjain : The Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan has had no impact in the town as polluting drains are making streets impossible to use. On the other hand, stray cattle have added to the misery. The cattle litter garbage from bins on the city and cause traffic hazards, too.

  • 3 of a family, another killed as bus hits Bolero

    Ujjain : Three members of a family, who were coming to city for darshan of Lord Mahakal, were killed when their car was hit by a speeding bus on the Ujjain-Barnagar road near Bhairavgarh Jail late on Friday night. One other person, a passenger of the bus also died in the mishap after falling from the bus after the collision.

  • Badminton tourney inaugurated

    Ujjain : Ujjain Municipal Corporation’s zone-2 president Shivendra Tiwari and corporator Yogeshwari Rathore on Friday inaugurated the district-level sub-junior under-12, 15, 17 and 19 shuttle badminton championship in the Shalaka Badminton Hall of the corporation.

  • MGI’s Shweta and Prerana placed in KPIT

    Ujjain : Shweta Shukla and Prerna Rathore both students of Mahakal Institute of Technology (MIT) were selected during the campus drive organised by MIT placement cell in association with KPIT Technologies.

  • City Malkhambh team on India’s Got Talent

    Ujjain : 11 talented acrobats of the Achuytanand Prasadik Vyayamshala (APJ) of the city have paved their way into the last semifinal rounds of the reality TV show India’s Got Talent.

  • Employment office job fair concludes

    Ujjain: Two day job fair of the District Employment Office concluded here on Saturday. The job fair was organized with joint cooperation of private companies including Larsen &Toubro, Balaji Security, Exide Life and Reliance. A total of 302 skilled and unskilled persons got hold of jobs in the companies. The selected candidates will be trained firsthand by the companies. Manoj Agnihotri, Komal Malviya, Arun Mughate, Rajesh Sarda and Sakhawat Qureshi were present