Free Press Journal
  • Maggi Ban

    First focus is to get Maggi back on shelves: Nestle India chief

    New Delhi: Suresh Narayanan, the new India chief of the $97.5 billion Swiss processed food giant Nestle, on Saturday said the popular instant noodle brand Maggi will be back on retail shelves as soon as possible, even as the company will launch more instant snacks and also focus on other areas of operations.

  • Rainfall, Himachal

    Moderate rainfall in Himachal

    Shimla :  Many areas in Himachal Pradesh received moderate rainfall on Sunday, while the Met Office has forecast heavy rainfall in some parts.

  • Mayoral candidates launch campaign

    Ujjain : Both BJP and Congress mayoral candidates launched their election campaign in the city on Saturday. They paid visit to the various wards and sought support from the citizens. On the other hand rebellious candidates have become headache for both the parties as they have started campaigning to gather support from the citizens.

  • Dangerous, dilapidated house demolished

    Ujjain : Neighbors on Kharakuan Bakhal in Kharakuan locality are breathing a sigh of relief after a Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) crew demolished a vacant eyesore on Saturday.The house was also falling apart, leaning dangerously close to occupied homes.UMC demolished a house on the grounds that it had become “dangerous”.

  • Derelict man climbs train, holds electricity wires, injured

    Ujjaina : A derelict man is being treated for serious burns in the Civil Hospital after he suffered a 25,000-volt shock when he climbed on top of a train and touched a live cable here on Saturday morning.

  • IAF officer Bapat makes City proud

    Ujjain : City’s pride Pradeep Kumar Bapat assumed the office of Assistant Chief of Air Staff in Indian Air Force at New Delhi located headquarters on Saturday.

  • Aran reelected as Agrawal Panchayat Nyas prez

    Ujjain : Bhagwandas Aran was reelected as the president of Agrawal Panchayat Nyas. The election was held at Agrawal Dharamshala, Golamandi in the presence of 11 trustees. It is after 35 years when someone has been reelected as president of the Nyas. Dilip Agrawal was elected as Vice-president. Pradeep Mittal, Vijay Mittal and Shailendra Mittal were appointed as secretary, treasurer and joint secretary. Aran in his address said that Agrawal community will

  • Osama’s stepmom, sister killed in plane crash

    London : Three members of slain al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden’s family, including his stepmother and sister, were reportedly among four people killed when a private jet crashed in southern England while landing.

  • Prodded by SC, CBI files 8 more FIRs

    BHOPAL : A day after the Supreme Court instructed to take over all Vyapam related cases in three weeks, the CBI on Saturday filed eight more FIRs in PMTs and police constable recruitment test, against 64 accused.

  • RSS holds brainstorming session on terrorism in Pachmarhi

    BHOPAL :Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan inaugurated a seminar on the “Role of youth in eliminating terrorism” at Pachmarhi on Friday. The workshop was organised under the aegis of “India Foundation”. The seminar was attended by senior RSS leaders Dattatreya Hosbole and Krishnagopal, BJP National General Secretary Ram Madhav, spokesperson MJ Akbar, Sajid Lone and Rajya Sabha member Anil Dave.

  • Rashly-driven car injures 10 women, kids

    BHOPAL : An unidentified speeding car hit 10-12 people in Rajendra Nagar within the limits of Bairagarh police station area on Saturday evening. The injured were rushed to a nearby hospital where the condition of two is said to be serious.

  • Komen to bring rains in entire state from tomorrow

    BHOPAL: Komen Cyclone will bring rains all over Madhya Pradesh from August 3. After a dry spell of a couple of the days, the state capital will witness a change in weather from Sunday evening onwards.

  • Yakub Memon

    Supreme court dy registrar quits over Yakub Memon hanging

    New Delhi : A deputy registrar in the Supreme Court has quit, citing his differences with the court’s verdict rejecting the last-ditch plea of Yakub Memon, the lone death row convict in the March 1993 Mumbai serial blasts, against his death warrant.

  • Cops gatecrash ‘Khan-daan’ party

    Mumbai : As Salman Khan’s sister Arpita Khan Sharma will turn a year older on Monday, a pre-birthday bash was organised by the family for friends and relatives on Friday. The party, which was attended by the Who’s Who of Bollywood, was held at Arpita’s Pacific Heights residence in Khar.

  • 2 Indians freed from Libya reach embassy in Tripoli

    New Delhi : Two Indians, whose release was secured by the government out of the four kidnapped by Islamic State terror group (ISIS), reached the Indian embassy on Saturday night in Tripoli even as efforts were on to free the other two abductees. “The two, who were brought to the University of Sirte, reached our embassy in Tripoli. They will leave for Tunis on Sunday, efforts (to secure the release of