Free Press Journal
  • Sanju excited over national team selection

    Thiruvananthapuram :  Sanju Samson, who replaced injured Ambati Rayudu in the Indian squad for the remainder of Zimbabwe tour, said he was happy and excited to don the country’s colours.

  • MP Region meeting of JSG held

    Ujjain : Jain Social Group (JSG) organised an MP Region Meeting at Hotel Anju Shri on Indore Road, on Monday. The meeting of MP region office bearers, zone coordinator and committee chairman was held under the leadership of region chairman Manish Seema Kothari. The upcoming Dubai trip and Mehak magazine were discussed at the meeting, Dubai trip is proposed in October. International Federation President Abhay Sethia, Anil Dharve, Hemant Jain, Ashok Jindani,

  • Saint fraternity to protest against official status to temples

    Ujjain : Saint Samaj Pujari Dharma Samaj will take out a Chintan Shivir Pad Yatra on July 19 in protest of giving official status to the temples and Mathas related to Hindu tradition. Pt Mahesh Pujari informed that the sanctity of the temples was getting lost due to the official status given to temples in the State. With the frequent change, Hindu Samaj has faced a crisis. The meeting will be held

  • Samarpan Kawad Yatra on Aug 2

    Ujjain : Thousands of Kawad pilgrims will join Samarpan Kawad Yatra in the holy month of Shravan on August 2 under the aegis of Maharishi Uttam Swami. The Kawad Yatra will be accompanied by the bands, drums, conch, DJ and saffron flags. National president of Samarpan Seva Samiti Tapan Bhomik chaired a meeting at Meghdoot Parisar on Indore Road, here on Monday. Secretary Ram Bhagwat informed that Minister Paras Jain was chief

  • Suspension warning served to the EE, PWD

    Ujjain : Commissioner Ravindra Pastor got furious over the slow progress on construction of Agar Road during the second inspection of Simhastha Fair-2016 works here on Monday. Seeing Commissioner furious, Collector Kavindra Kiyawat warned the Public Work Department (PWD) executive engineer (EE) PG Kelkar to be ready for suspension if work is not resumed before July 31. Second round of inspection of Simhastha work in fair area was carried out by the

  • Laxity won’t be tolerated in Simhastha dev works

    Ujjain : Divisional Commission Ravindra Pastor on Monday chairing the review meeting of Simhastha development works strictly warned the officials that no laxity will be tolerated in the works related to Simhastha Fair. Pastorre buked the officials observing the slow pace of development works. He told that Simhastha Fair office has failed to coordinate with other departments and to maintain quality and accomplishment of works within the deadline. Separate deputy fair officers

  • Analysts say it is a psychological warfare against security forces

    After pics, Hizb post training video on FB

    Srinagar : In yet another challenge for the security forces in Kashmir, the banned Hizbul Mujahideen has uploaded a video of its militants training in army uniforms and cracking jokes on Facebook. It is seen as a ‘psychological warfare’ against the security forces.

  • Cong defends Emergency, says no apology needed

    New Delhi : There is no need for the Congress to apologise for imposition of Emergency in 1975 as people realised the decision was right and voted Indira Gandhi back to power, senior party leader Salman Khurshid has said.

  • Govt positive on law for protection of ‘genuine’ journalists

    Mumbai : Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Monday said that the government is in favour of legislation for the protection of journalists, adding that it needs to be ensured that the legislation is used to protect genuine journalists.

  • MPs drop plans to discuss salary hike

    New Delhi : Facing flak over recommendations for a hefty hike in the salary and allowances of MPs, a Parliamentary panel has shelved plans for discussing the issue and instead asked the Government to project its demands in right perspective.

  • HC directs authorities to file ‘specific’ affidavit

    Ujjain : The Indore bench of High Court (HC) has directed the Principal Secretary, Urban Administration and Development and four other concerned authorities to file a ‘specific affidavit’ within a period of 10 days as to whether construction in a link road 14.5 kms link road for Hariphatak to Unhel, which is going to join at main road, is as per the Master Plan/modified Master Plan after following the due procedure as

  • Asaram case: Demand for CBI probe grows louder

    Lucknow/Bareilly: As the case against Asaram Bapu gets murkier with subsequent killings of witnesses adding suspense to the whole episode, the demand for CBI probe is growing louder. In a latest move, the 16-year-old victim and the father of a slain witness on Monday sought a probe by the central agency into the episode.

  • Another infiltration bid foiled, militant shot dead

    Jammu : Foiling an infiltration bid, the Army on Monday gunned down a militant along the Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch district of Jammu & Kashmir. A large quantity of weapons including AK-47 rifle and mines with Pakistan-marking were recovered from the slain terrorist.

  • Proposed Scout Guide building construction lies in doldrums

    Ujjain : Apathy and self-interest of policy makers has put the proposed construction of the building of Scourt and Guide in the doldrums. It does not seem that the building would be constructed till Simhastha Fair-2016.This was revealed in a RTI application filed by social worker Harsh Shukla. Shukla informed that he has received the information in written during the hearing of the case at State Information Commission, Bhopal. Ujjain Municipal Corporation