Free Press Journal
  • CM in Ratlam to take part in Antyodaya Mela

    Ratlam : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh will reach in the district to take part in two programmes on Wednesday. According to programme released this evening, CM will reach by helicopter at Shivgarh village in Sailana tehsil, a tribal belt at 12.30 PM and will take part in the Antyodaya Mela. From Shivgarh he will depart at 2.15 PM and will reach Ratlam at 2.30 PM to take part in the state level sammelan

  • Probe on infant’s death during delivery begins after eight months

    Mhow : Investigation of an infant’s death, which was reported to CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan and the secretary of the health department and many other officials began after eight months of the incident. The doctor and nurse were held as accused of the incident.

  • Devotees throng temples to perform puja

    Seoni Malwa : Devotees throng Shiva temples on the last Monday of Shravan month. Special puja was offered at the old Ganesh Shiva temple of the city by priest Deenanath Dubey. At the Sita Ram temple, 12 Jyotirlinga were made and special puja was performed by as many couples.

  • Entries invited for PM Public Excellence award

     Shahdol : Preparations have been launched for the awards to be given by administrative reforms and public grievances department.

  • Meeting of Advisory committee of telecommunications organized

    Mandsaur : BSNL is one of the best telecommunication provider and people have trust in the services provided by it. And there is lot of scope in the variety of services that it can provide.

  • Influentials steal water, as common man suffers

    Khachrod : The water which is supplied from the tubewell situated at the Manihar Gully, has been stolen by some influentials after fixing them with AKT elbow. Now these influential families enjoy continuous supply of water, but on the other hand the common man is deprived of the facility which was meant for him.

  • Mahajalabhishek Yatra from Kshipra to Bilawali concludes

    Dewas: A Mahajalabhishek Kanwar Yatra was taken off, with more than 400 Kanwar Yatris at around 11am in the morning. The Yatra was organized by Mahakal Sewa Samiti and went through the main roads of the city.

  • Runner loses life just 200-m before target

    Indore : In an unfortunate incident, a student of School of Physical Education collapsed during selection trial of cross-country race here on UTD ground and died during treatment at a private hospital.

  • Usain Bolt shrugs off Gatlin threat

    Beijing :  Usain Bolt and rival Justin Gatlin eased into the 200 metres semi-finals as middle distance greats David Rudisha and Genzebe Dibaba blazed to gold at the world championships on Tuesday.

  • Consumers affected because of discom

    Dewas : Consumers of Dewas are very much affected by the attitude of the DISCOM. Many issues such as electricity outages, light fault, issues with transformers are cropping up on a regular basis, which signifies that the company is much more into the irregularities in the name of maintenance.

  • S Arabia’s Flynas to carry Haj pilgrims to Jeddah

    Indore : The Haj pilgrims from the City and nearby regions will be taken to Jeddah by Saudi Arabia’s Flynas Airlines and the flight operations will begin from August 31.

  • 7-yr-old girl found with Japanese Encephalitis?

    Indore : Panic spread among the health department officials after finding the symptoms of Japanese encephalitis, a deadly vector-borne disease, in a 7-year-old girl on Tuesday. Samples of the girl have been sent to Pune laboratory for testing.

  • Shotgun dares party to take action on him

    Patna/New Delhi :  Virtually daring the party to take action, sulking BJP MP Shatrughan Sinha did not hide his disappointment at being “ignored” by the party leadership and at the goings on in the organisation ahead of assembly elections in BIhar.

  • Govt may go in for another ordinance

    New Delhi : The Government on Tuesday indicated it may go in for promulgation of the land Ordinance for a record fourth time to maintain its “continunity” as there is no possiblity of the passage of a bill in Parliament to replace it before August 31, when the executive measure expires.

  • Ishant has matured as a bowler: Chetan Sharma

    New Delhi :  Buoyed by the talent in India’s pace department, former pacer Chetan Sharma feels Ishant Sharma has matured as a bowler and is leading the pack well.

  • India footy team go hi-tech

    Pune: The Indian football team implemented the Player Tracking system for the first time in its ongoing preparatory camp ahead of the 2018 World Cup Qualifying game against Iran. The players wore the GPS systems inside their vests.

  • Barcelona dismiss Neymar-United link

    London :  Barcelona have rejected speculation linking Neymar with a world-record transfer to Manchester United – and said they will offer the Brazil forward a new contract to remain at the Nou Camp.