Free Press Journal
  • 27 cases registered against illegal mining

    Mandsaur : Representative Officer for mining, Mandsaur informed that Khanij Pakhwara had been organised under the leadership of Collector Swatantra Kumar Singh, which would started from June 20 to June 5 to stop illegal mining activities. Around 27 cases of illegal transportation and 1 case of illegal mining have been registered in the area. Financial penalty worth Rs 4,05,600 have been levied as of now on the illegal transporters and miners.

  • Man ends life by hanging self

    Indore: An elderly man, residing in Kumharkhedi, committed suicide by hanging self from the ceiling of his house late on Tuesday night.

  • School kid dies due to negligence of driver

    MANAWAR : Due to utter carelessness of a magic driver, a four-year-old school kid died due to run over by the same magic he had stepped out of.  According to the sources, the student of Origin Kids’ School, Kartik Chauhan, was coming out of the magic vehicle in Panchwati colony. Without making sure the safely off-board of the kid, the magic driver took the magic ahead killing Kartik under the magic on

  • Labour Dept team raids at Slate-Pencil factory

    Mandsuar: With an aim of getting the child labors working at dangerous industries released, collector Swatantra Kumar Singh had formed a joint team. Under the leadership of assistant commissioner Mandsaur, the team raided at a slate-pencil producing factory in the direction of Gadwi in Multanpura. As many as 6 girls aged under 14 and 1 girl aged 15 were found working at the factory. The girls were released from the factory and

  • Damor family expects justice after state decides to reopen case

    Meghnagar : Namrata Damor’s family has had a sigh of relief after the CM announced that the Vyapam Scam will now be investigated by the CBI. On the other hand brother of Namrata Damore, Om Prakash Damore won a prolonged battle after the police has decided to reopen the case.

  • NAAC directs colleges to make SSR report public

    Indore : The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) has made it mandatory for all the colleges and institutions to make their Self Study Report (SSR) public before submitting the Letter of Intent.

  • Ensure quality of work, timely completion of projects: Sartaj

    Indore : State PWD minister Sartaj Singh has directed officials to ensure quality of construction and completion of projects within stipulated timeframe, while establishing accountability of contractors for lapses.

  • Panch caught accepting Rs 20,000 bribe

    KHANDWA (Khalwa) : In a trap laid by the Lok Ayukta Police, a panch of the tribal development block Khalwa was caught red handed while accepting bribe of Rs 20.000 on Wednesday. He had demanded the amount on the pretext of providing money of the Indira Awas Yojana. A case under sections 7, 13 and 120(B) was registered against him and further probe is on.

  • NSUI stages demo, creates din in MYH

    Indore : Activists of the National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) staged a demonstration on Wednesday over delay in establishing Cardiac Centre at MY Hospital.

  • Over 200 women taught internet under Digital India

    BARWAH : In the view of ongoing Digital India and Digital Madhya Pradesh, more than 200 women were taught internet at four centers in a group of 50 to 75 women in every session. The training is being provided by Master Trainers of Prestige Institute.

  • 11th foundation day of NVIS celebrated

    Barwah : The 11th foundation day of the Narmada Valley International School was celebrated in the presence of the school director Dilip Goyal on July 8. The programme was commenced with illuminating lamp in-front of Goddess Saraswati picture. Various cultural programmes were produced including dances and dramas.

  • Warm response to weekly Jan Sunwai

    RATLAM: The “Jan Sunwai” forum has become very much popular here which is held on every Tuesday. People come at the Collectorate in large number including the aged and children and their issues are being discussed and being disposed by the district administration.

  • MLA dedicates newly upgraded high school to the public

    KHANDWA : In an effort to educate each and every child of state, the government is making continuous efforts and implemented various schemes for their benefit and development. From the distribution of free books to cycles, uniforms, mid day meal and scholarships, government has been trying hard to attract more and more students to gain knowledge. MLA Devendra Verma stated this while dedicating upgraded high school in Ramnagar to the public on

  • Education officials conducted surprise inspection

    THIKRI : With an aim to check the progress of the government school and to make sure that the students are being taught in a systematic manner, development block education officer BM Chaurasiya, Jan Shikshak Sanjay Yadav conducted a surprise inspection of the government school Kerava on Wednesday. They visited every class, asked some basic questions to the students, and then checked their attendance.

  • BMC to examine reason behind rise in rat fever cases

    Mumbai : The 12 recent deaths and 21 cases of Leptospirosis that were reported in the first week of July alone have now become a cause for concern for the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC). Civic officials have informed that the western suburbs are the worst-hit areas in the city when it comes to incidences of Lepto disease, also known as rat fever. Therefore, the civic body will be conducting a thorough study to

  • Panel on 5 toll booths to file report by month end

    Mumbai : The committee set up to review the toll booths at the five entry points of Mumbai is expected to submit its report by the end of this month, state Public Works Department minister Chandrakant Patil today said.