Free Press Journal
  • Labourers to get their rights back

    Ujjain : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on his visit to the city on Tuesday met Labour Union leaders and assured them to give their right back after selling the land of Vinod Bimal Mill. Labourers have first right on the land of mill. All the mills which are lying shut down across the State will be sold out and labourers will be given their right back.

  • Staff given clean chit sans probe

    Indore : Health department has given a clean chit to the staff responsible for improper storage of anti-Rabies vaccines at Humukchand Polyclinic.

  • Debt-ridden man attempts to end life

    Indore : Hounded by money lenders, a 37-year-old youth attempted suicide by consuming poisonous substance in Bhawarkuan area on Wednesday. He is undergoing treatment at a private hospital. Police have started an investigation after taking the statement of the victim.

  • Day 1 for quota students in Group A

    Indore : Counselling of Common Entrance Test (CET) conducted by the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) for admission in professional courses offered by ten of its departments will commence on Thursday. The university has invited reserved category students under Group A for participating in the counselling on Day-1.

  • One year passes, 1st semester exams of MPhil still awaited

    Indore : Busy in organising exams of traditional and professional UG and PG courses, the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has reportedly ‘forgot’ to hold exams for MPhil course students.

  • Fast winds hit City life

    Indore : Strong winds followed by moderate showers hit the city on Wednesday evening affecting routine life. Due to heavy winds, the citizens had to face frequent power cuts and almost every area of the city turned dark in the evening.

  • Campus drive held at MGI

    Ujjain : MR Software conducted campus drive at Mahakal Group of Institutes here on Wednesday. According to training and placement deputy director Anurag Bhadaniya, students of electronics and communication, computer science engineering and MCA of MITM, MITS and MIT appeared in the campus drive. HR Shantanu Dhanuka spoke to the students on the company profile. Written test was held for the students. Select students were interviewed. TPO Dr Vivek Bansod informed that

  • No attire resembles discipline: Kanakeswari

    Ujjain : There is no attire which resembles the discipline. This was the only weapon with Goddess Sita at Lanka which made her to feel secured. By maintaining the discipline, one is able to stand the best in the diverse circumstances.

  • MHRD Secy to be Chairman in-charge of IIM-Indore

    Indore : Ministry of Human Resource Development Secretary will be Chairman In-charge of Board of Governors of Indian Institute of Management Indore, till a new chairman is appointed.

  • Two killed in road mishaps

    Ujjain : Two persons were killed and two other injured in two separate road mishaps at different places in the district. The police reports informed that Deepak son of Ramesh Chandra Verma (25), a resident of Dewas, was killed in a road mishap. Deepak was going towards village Ghonsla, in between the bike he was riding was hit by a speeding truck near Ghonsla Chowpati. The police reached the spot and shifted

  • ‘No money changed hands, I recommended no one’

    BHOPAL : Former Minister Laxmikant Sharma, who is on police remand in the case of irregularities in recruitment of forest guards through an exam conducted by Vyapam, is being quizzed on a daily basis. Sharma’s remand would be end on Thursday. STF is quizzing him about the irregularities committed in recruitment of forest guards and regarding other issues.

  • Pankaja Munde

    Congress pounces on 1st scam in state

    Pankaja Munde denies any wrong-doing, claims e-tendering norms were not in place when she made purchases.

  • Free Wi-Fi at five places in city from August

    BHOPAL : “The city is going to become smarter soon. BSNL is going to provide free Wi-Fi facility at five spots in the city soon. The five spots chosen for free Wi-Fi facility are Satpura Bhavan,Vindhyachal Bhavan, JP Hospital, People’s Dental College and Raja Bhoj Airport. The trial and testing of the scheme is already on in the Phanda area and most probably the facility would start before August 15.

  • SDM’s locked house burgled

    BHOPAL : Unidentified burglars broke into the locked house of SDM Ashish Pathak, presently posted in Chitrangi under Singrauli district, at Shivaji Nagar here on Tuesday. The family of the officer had gone to meet him while the incident happened. Later the Habibganj police following the complaint of the brother-in-law of the officer registered a case against unidentified burglars and started investigations.

  • Students throng science exhibition at VU

    Ujjain : A large number of school and college students thronged the science exhibition organised by Vikram University (VU) in association with Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology (RRCAT), Indore on the theme Light and Particles here on Wednesday.

  • Indian culture is the best and cleanest in the world, says Gyanmati Mata

    Ujjain : Indian culture is the best and cleanest in the world. The world will be destroyed the moment the Jin Shashan will go extinct from this earth. There are 18500 thousand years to go before the Panchamkal ends. One who will be able to perform his religion by getting his soul purified will acquire salvation.

  • Sukhisewania watchman murder case solved

    BHOPAL : The Sukhi Sewania police on Tuesday arrested two men on charges of murdering the 65-year-old watchman in the pump house located at Barbatta Patra Nullah area near Fatehpur village within the limits of Sukhi Sewania police station on June 9. The two men are relatives and were enraged as the deceased was kept as watchman after terminating their services.

  • Kothari murder case: Journos body wants Collector removed

    BHOPAL: An organisation of city-based journalists has reacted strongly to the murder of journalist Sandeep Kothari in Katangi of Balaghat district. Press Freedom Forum held at meeting to pay tributes to the slain journalist here on Wednesday.

  • Pvt college owners relate their tale of woes to RGPV VC

    BHOPAL : Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya (RGPV), on Wednesday, decided to form a committee including principals of private engineering colleges for improvement in quality of technical education in Madhya Pradesh.