Free Press Journal
  • Boy killed, 4 injured as car rams into auto

    Indore : A six-year-old boy was killed and four others including his younger brother were injured when a speeding car hit their auto-rickshaw they were in.

  • Married woman hangs self

    Indore : A 22-year-old married woman committed suicide by hanging herself from the ceiling here on Saturday. Police sent the body for autopsy and trying to know the reason of her suicide.

  • MP village sees hectic development under Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana

    Paldev : This sleepy little village bordering Uttar Pradesh has woken up to hectic development activities with Union Environment and Forest Minister Prakash Javadekar adopting it under Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana. Eleven months ago, Javadekar, a Rajya Sabha member from Madhya Pradesh, had adopted this village near Chitrakoot where the late Nanaji Deshmukh had set up a host of institutions for rural development more than two decades back. Javadekar says Nanaji’s work

  • 6th laughter conference from October 6

    Ujjain : Three days long 6thlaughter summit will be held from October 2nd to October 4th at Kalidasa Academy. In three days summit renowned Laughter Guru and Chief of Laughter Yoga Center of Delhi, Jiten Kohi will held sessions of Laughter Yoga for free of cost. Theme of the summit will be, “Smiling India, Healthy India.” While talking to pressmen here at press club, Jiten Kohi said “Laughter is considered as the

  • Hectic preparations for Ganesh Utsav

    Seoni Malwa: Hectic preparations are being made for the ten day long Ganesh Utsav. Pandals are being erected in various places in the city. Idols of Ganesha are being given final touches by the artists. Idols are being made at 12 places in the city and over 40 artists are engaged in it. Due to strictness on part of administration, only clay idols are being made this year. Noted sculptor Rakesh Lauvanshi

  • MY keeps samples of victims for DNA test

    Indore : The MY Hospital administration saved samples of three deceased of Petlawad blasts, on Sunday. The samples have been kept for DNA test to identify the deceased. About 13 victims are getting treatment in various hospitals of the city.

  • Anjali and Abhishek in state basketball team

    Ujjain : City talent of basketball Anjali and Abhishek Chouhan were selected in the state basketball team, which will participate in the interstate tournament being held at Gujarat. The tournament will be held at Bhavnagar from September 14 to 18. Satin Desai of Ujjain District Basketball Association congratulated both of them, wishing them best of luck.

  • Canada unveils $100 million aid for refugees

    Toronto  : Canada’s Conservative government has so far declined to resettle more Syrian refugees despite the haunting image of a drowned 3-year-old washed up on a Turkish beach that focused the world’s attention on the largest migrant crisis since World War II.

  • ‘Hillary had right to delete personal emails’

    Washington : Hillary Clinton had the right to delete messages from her personal e-mail account that she deemed non-work related while she was Secretary of State, the US Department of Justice said in a court filing.

  • AAP party executive committee declared

    Seoni Malwa: A meeting of Aam Admi party was held at Seoni Malwa on Sunday in which the executive committee of tehsil was constituted. The district convener of the part Laxminarayan Soni announced the names of the committee. Rakesh Yadav is City Convener, Kallu Singh Raghunavshi Deputy Convener, Sukhdev Rajput City Secretary, Durgaprasad Vishwakarma Assembly in charge and Laxmibai Kewat is Woman Convener. SR Deharia, Banwari Lal Kewat, Farooq Shah, Abhishek Dixit,

  • MGM among 13 govt colleges yet to provide info for AISHE

    Indore : As many as 13 Government colleges, including MGM Medical College, are among 72 colleges under the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya which are yet to provide information sought for All India Survey on Higher Education (AISHE).

  • Holy city gears up for Ganesh Chaturthi

    Ujjain : After celebrating Raksha Bandhan, now the city residents are set to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi. Known for its cultures and traditions the city of temples, artisans are now having their hands full and work overtime to meet the ever-growing demand for Ganesh idols.

  • Muslim women in hijab more likely to be attacked in UK

    London : Muslim women, especially those wearing ‘hijabs’ or headscarves, were far more likely to fall victim to hate crimes amid alarming rise in Islamophobic attacks, according to monitoring groups.

  • Nirankari congregation held at Bairagarh

    Bairagarh: A zonal congregation of Nirankarai Mahila Sant was held at Bairagarh. The satsang was preceded by a large rally by the devotees in which the Mohini Ahuja, elder sister of baba Hardev Singh was accorded grand welcome. Later Mohini Ahuja gave a discourse and said that the first teacher of a human being is a woman. A mother shapes up a person and character. She said that Satsang is given the

  • Rains bring down temperature

    Indore : People get the much-needed relief from hot and humid condition when rains hit the city on Sunday evening. The rains also pulled the temperature down and the cold breezes made the atmosphere pleasant.

  • GST April deadline: Early winter session crucial for states nod

    New Delhi: It appears to be a race against time as the government mulls convening an early Winter Session of Parliament to ensure rollout of the ambitious nationwide indirect tax regime Goods and Services Tax (GST) by April next.

  • Traffic hit as tree falls on road

    Barwah : Traffic was thrown out of gear for nearly two hours after a huge tree fall on the road on Sunday afternoon.

  • 20-year-old engineering student pens debut book

    Indore : College students often bunk classes to hang out with friends and to go to movies but for this 20-year-old Rishank Jhavar writing is the joyful endeavour. He seeks solace in writing and looks forward to motivate others through his books and write-ups.

  • Car hits bike, two injured

    Bhopal: Two bike-borne men were hit by a speeding car in front of Old RTO on Lalghati Road under Koh-e-Fiza police station on Sunday. The car driver fled from the spot leaving behind the severely injured bike-borne men who were rushed to a private hospital where their condition was said to be critical. Investigation officer ASI Kundan Lal said that a speeding Maruti-800 car driver driving the car negligently hit two bike-borne