Free Press Journal
  • Patient’s kin accuse doc of negligence

    Indore : After the death of a 31-year-old man in a private hospital, his family members alleged medical negligence against the doctor who was treating the patient on Thursday. The family members stated that the doctor is cardiologist, but he was treating patients of gastroenterology complications.

  • Proposal sent for regular Indore-Kochuveli train

    Indore : After getting the tremendous response from the passengers and ample amount of revenue, the Ratlam Division has sent a proposal to the Railway Board urging it for the regular run of the special train Indore-Kochuveli.

  • Youth killed, father hurt in road mishap

    Indore : A youth died on Thursday on Rau Road when a speeding college bus hit the motorcycle he was riding on. His father, who was riding pillion, sustained injuries and has been admitted to the hospital.

  • Injured man found in unconscious state on Indore Bypass

    Indore : A youth was found injured morning on Indore Bypass Road on Thursday. He was rushed to the hospital where he died before any medical assistance could be rendered to him.

  • Jewelry worth Rs 50K stolen in broad day light

    Sanawad : Some unidentified thieves broke into the vacant house of Kailash Pawar, resident of Baheti colony, and decamped with the booty worth Rs 50,000.

  • Under trial dies in prison

    Narsinghpur : A under trial prisoner died in the district jail on Wednesday evening. He was lodged in the jail since 2 August in a case relating to NDPS Act. It is said that he was taken to the district hospital after he complained of dizziness. Later he passed away in the hospital. Jail superintendent Amit Mishra said that the name of under trial was Mukesh (45).

  • CM performs Bhoomi Pujan of micro irrigation project

    Nanpur (Alirajpur) : The long awaited dream of providing sufficient Narmada water to every farm will now come true through the micro irrigation project for the villages of Jobat area and martyr Chandra Shekhar Azad extension region along with the entire Alirajpur. We are determined to make tribal villages self dependent. This was stated by the state Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan on the occasion of Bhoomi Pujan of first irrigation project

  • Training of nutrition assistants concludes

    Mandsaur : Under the District Level Nutritious Food Week year-2015, a training programme was organized for the nutrition assistants by the Unified Child Development Service Department. The workshop was held under presidency of Municipality president Kusum Gupta and in-charge collector J C Borasi.

  • Drunkards ransack grocery store

    Jhirnia : An incident of manhandling with a grocery store owner and ransacking of the shop was reported in village Mitawal. Some villagers, who tried to interfere, were also beaten up by the accused men. The incident sparked a wave of shock in the whole village.

  • Dispute with food inspector takes ugly turn, town remains closed

    Nanpur : The dispute, generated after oil sample was taken by assistant food officer D S Jadaun from someone Mohammadi Marchant from Ramchauk, intensified and a complaint was filed at police station in the presence of SDM. Meanwhile, the local traders accused police of one sided action. Under the guidance of local trader union and district trader union, president Santosh Thepadiya attempted to submit an application to the police station in-charge Mote

  • Virat & Co seek first series win on Lankan soil in 22 years

    Colombo :  India will seek to clinch their first series win on Sri Lankan soil in 22 years as they go into the third and final Test against the hosts today in what promises to be a thrilling duel between the two young teams.

  • Home Guard jawans promoted

    Shajapur : Following the instructions of Home Guard Director General Maithilisharan Gupta, a committee, presided over by Division Commanded Home Guard division Ujjain, promoted as many as 16 social home guard jawans.

  • Storage purchase rules should be followed for tender and other works: Dr Pastor

    Ujjain : Divisional Commissioner Ravindra Pastor directed Simhastha Fair officer to ensure follow up of the rules of Storage Purchase for tender and other works for Simhastha-2016, during Divisional High Power Committee, here on Thursday. A proposal to setup a call center to communicate information among public during the fair was put up at the meeting.

  • Cotton bags distributed to traders

    SARANGPUR : To create the awareness about the ill-effect of polythene bags on environment and animals, the women form Swarnakar community came forward with positive steps.

  • Team will play to win: Ravi Shastri

    Colombo :  Team Director Ravi Shastri, who is known for his tough talking, again reiterated that winning is what matters to the team as they go into the third Test.

  • Angelo Mathews

    Tough to replace Sanga: Angelo Mathews

    Colombo :  Sri Lanka skipper Angelo Mathews reckons that it will take a long time to fill in the void created by the retirement of legendary Kumar Sangakkara.

  • Gurupad Mahapujan programme held

    Ujjain : On the 7th day of nine-day Navkar Aradhana at Chaturmas venue, Gurupad Mahapujan programme was organized under the joint aegis of Shri Guru Rishabh Chaturmas Samiti and Shree Manibhadra Yakshraj Tirtha Dham Trust, here on Thursday. The programme was held in the presence of Seers Rishabhchandra Vijay, Rajatchandra Vijay, Sadhwis Kiranprabha, Pramitguna, Vinaydarshita and others.

  • Pt Joshi Memorial Festival on Sept 6

    MANDSAUR: Veteran journalist Dr Ved Pratap Vedik will deliver a lecture on “ Bharatiya rajniti ki dasha, disha evam bhavishya ( condition, direction and future of Indian politics) at Pt Madanlal Joshi auditorium in Sanjay Gandhi Garden here on September 6.

  • Congressmen distribute onions as a token

    Ujjain : The District Congress Committee (urban and rural) on Thursday burnt the effigy of price rise and also distributed onions symbolically.