Free Press Journal
  • Six teachers found absent, face music from DEO

    Ujjain: Six higher secondary school teachers were found absent from their duties on Monday at Mahidpur. The absentees faced music from DEO Sanjay Goyal, who was on the inspection. The DEO was on its first round of inspection of the school for checking absentee teachers in the schools around the district. DEO Goyal reached the Government Higher Secondary School. Goyal upon his arrival on 10.30 am found six teachers absent from the

  • High & mighty enters Garbha Griha, creates commotion

    Ujjain : The common man was once again not spared, even at the house of Lord Mahakaleshwar, as on Monday the high and mighty used their influence and entered into the Garbha Griha and created a commotion, while the common pilgrims behind the rails was gasping to see their deity in his divine form.

  • Lord Mahakal meets his subjects on 2nd procession of Shravan Month

    Ujjain: Grand palanquin procession of Lord Mahakaleshwar was taken out on the second Monday of the auspicious month of Shravan. Lord Mahakal gave darshan to the ecstatic devotees in the replica of Chandrmauleshwar presiding in the silver palanquin.

  • Three hurt as tree falls on parked car

    Indore : Three persons, including a couple, sustained minor injuries and a four-wheeler got damaged as a big branch of a tree fell in a street of Kibe Compound near Madhu Milan Square on Monday.

  • Youth held for harassing girl

    Indore : We Care for You team on Monday nabbed a youth for harassing a girl by calling her on phone and sending her obscene messages.

  • Fashion designing workshop at Home Science College

    Hoshangabad :A two day long fashion designing workshop was organised at Home Science College in which students learnt cloth printing techniques and methods of wearing western dresses as well as traditional attires. A fashion show was also organised on this occasion.

  • ‘Infuse same passion of days of freedom struggle in street plays’

    BHOPAL: City-based theatre actor and director Mohan Dwivedi held an interactive session with participants of a theatre workshop and elucidated the street plays to them here on Monday at Jagmohan Das School, P&T Square. The workshop is being organised by Rangsanchar theatre group of Bhopal.

  • Thieves decamp with donation box from Hanuman temple

    INDORE: Thieves broke into Hanuman temple in Navlakha, on Sunday night and stole a donation box. The temple is located opposite City Zoo. The donation box has not been opened for months and no one knows how much was stolen. After taking out the cash, the thieves dumped the box near a dargah. Police have registered a case against unknown persons.

  • campaigning ends, candidates on silent publicity

    Ujjain : Election campaign for Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) Polls-2015 had stopped at 5 pm on Monday. Just before 48 hours of the polling on Wednesday, candidates from all the political parties stopped campaigning and indulged in silent campaigning. Police administration took out a flag march in the city to maintain law and order.

  • Pt Bhatt mesmerises with ‘Satvik Veena’

    Ujjain : Pt Salil Bhatt mesmerized the students of Bharatiya Gyanpith School with his enchanting performance on ‘Satvik Veen’ here. Pt Bhatt was in city in a programme organized by Spic-Macay. Pt Bhatt was accompanied by Pt Himanshu Mahant on Tabla. Pt Bhatt on the occasion played his hand fabricated Veena and answers many queries on the occasion. The duo was welcomed by Principal Sunil Singh Sengar.

  • Special status demanded for families of freedom fighters

    Chhatarpur: Freedom fighter of Bundelkhand, Pratap Singh ‘Nanhe’ has said that descendants of freedom fighters should be accorded status of special citizens besides felicitating them on Independence Day.

  • ‘North America & Europe waste huge amount of food’

    Indore : Dr Saamdu Chhetri, Executive Director of Gross National Happiness (GNH) Centre, Bhutan, here on Monday said that North America and Europe together waste huge amount of food per annum which is enough to feed people across the globe for more than three years.

  • GACC names new auditorium after Kalam

    Indore : Shri Atal Behari Vajpayee Government Arts and Commerce College also known as GACC has named its newly-constructed auditorium after APJ Abdul Kalam.

  • 300 ascetics feted to mark Chaturmas

    Ujjain : 300 ascetic persons were felicitated at Chaturmas venues under the aegis of Guru Rishabh Chaturmas Samiti and Manibhadra Yakshraj Tirtha Bhairavgarh, here on Monday.

  • PCC chief Yadav campaigns for Lala

    Ujjain : Pradesh Congress Committee Chief Arun Yadav addressed a Jansabha organized in the ward number 27, to support the party candidate Sultan Shah Lala. Yadav in his address accused CM Shivraj Singh Chouham for delaying the VYAPAM, probe. About the mayor Rameshvar Akhand Yadav said, Akhand has divided the city into parts and due his lackadaisical attitude many have lost their lives in the road accident that occur in the city

  • Miscreants set bike on fire

    NAGDA : A bike was set ablaze by the unidentified miscreants at the Grasim works colony situated at Birlagram on the intervening night of Sunday-Monday. The fire also damaged car and door of the house. However, the nearby residents controlled it and doused the flames on time and a big mishap was averted.

  • Officials asked to prepare contingency plan in view of scanty rains

    Shahdol : Collector Mukesh Shukla has asked the officials of agricultural department to prepare a contingency plan in view of scanty rains in the district. He said that such villages should be marked out where paddy sowing has not been done and farmers should be advised to go for crops which require less water such as gram and mustard.

  • Demolitions hammer Khandwa town

    KHANDWA : Whether public representatives or officers, the district is taken as the laboratory of the state. The Khandwa district is undergoing the hammer of the government representatives for a long while now with one by one various buildings being demolished. After declaring Ghantaghar as the no traffic zone, a new phenomenon of buildings’ pulling down came into existence.

  • Neemuch Brothers, City XI advance

    NEEMUCH : Neemuch Brothers and City XI moved to advance round by winning their respective matches in the Independence Day football tournament being organized by municipal council here. The tournament is being played President Cup.

  • Drunk? You dare not drive!

    Centre mulls making drunk driving a more serious offence with greater punishment .