Free Press Journal
  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries: You will need to concentrate more on your work today minor mistakes from your side are likely. There will be tension in domestic front also. Be cautious while on wheels.

  • Four Purusharthas Moksha – Freedom From All Limitations

    EVERY person wants security and happiness, and thus should learn the secrets of Artha and Kama, which are the means to acquire relative security and pleasure here in this life. This journey should be a very conscientious one too, we should be sensitive to others and thereafter live our lives. Now, presuming that there is a person who has learned the art of acquiring wealth, enjoys the various pleasures nicely, and also

  • Stringent action to be taken against illegal meat sellers

    Khargone : Cracking down against the illegal meat sellers in the city, the administration has started conducting raids at meat shops situated at Aurangpur, Julwaniya road, Choti Mohan Talkies area etc as they been receiving complaints regarding the same from past few days.

  • Cancer Treatment camp held at Dist Hospital

    Dhar : A Cancer check-up and Treatment camp was organised at District Hospital here on Sunday. Noted Dr Dinesh Pendharkar from Mumbai rendered his services during the camp. Dr Girwal of Dhar and Dr CM Tripathi of Ujjain also rendered their services in the camp. Total 95 patients registered their names for the check-up in the district.

  • Reconsider reservation policy: Hardik Patel

    Ratlam : Leader of the Patidar community Hardik Patel Gujarat here on Sunday said that his main object behind agitation is to reconsider the reservation policy. He said that his object is to unite his community people for their rights.

  • Rhythm and rhyme

    If you have the skills and talent, think of a career in choreography, says Reena Jhaveri (more…)

  • Panchayat people’s reps to stage demo on Oct 28

    BHOPAL : The people’s representatives of Panchayat will stage a massive demonstration in the state capital on October 28. A decision in this regard was taken in a meeting on Sunday. The demand of the people’s representatives is implementation of Panchayati Raj Act, 1994 in verbatim. The BJP has invited the Sarpanchs for a meeting on October 14.

  • Adulterated mawa worth Rs 7 lakh seized

    BHOPAL: A truckload of suspected adulterated mawa worth Rs 7 lakh has been seized by the department of food and civil supplies at old Sabzi Mandi area on Sunday. A team headed by food inspector BS Dhakad, spotted the truck at around 11am in the morning after receiving tip-off from an unknown source. The truck which was coming from Gwalior has been seized and samples have been sent for testing. Dhakad said

  • Chauhan visits residence of dissent Cong leader Goyal

    BHOPAL : BJP state president Nandkumar Singh Chauhan visited the residence of former general secretary of Congress Govind Goyal on Sunday. Goyal is apparently disappointed after he was dropped from newly constituted PCC executive body.

  • India-SA match ticket seekers lathi-charged

    Indore : Police on Sunday cane-charged the city cricket fans leaving scores injured including women. Police resorted to cane charge when the sale of tickets for cricket match between India and South Africa opened at the bank on Sunday as the crowd went berserk following mismanagement by the MPCA officials. The cricket fans went home with bruises instead of tickets for the one day cricket match to be played at Holkar Stadium

  • Collector, SP conduct public discussion programme

    Manawar : Issues like prevailing irregularities at the government hospital, college, encroachment near Juni Manawar Mandir, dilapidated condition of Nehru Pratima, etc were raised during the public discussion programme conducted by collector Jayshree Kiyawat and SP Rajesh Hingankar on Sunday at police station premises. They both assured the residents to solve their grievances soon. The public discussion programme was organised in the view of upcoming festivals like Nav Durga, Dusherra, and Moharram.

  • Dadri Lynching

    Playing with fire on the communal front

    It is deeply alarming that close on the heels of the lynching of a Muslim on suspicion that he was eating and storing beef in his house in Dadri, a riot-like situation has occurred in Mainpuri town of Uttar Pradesh where a riotous mob chased down and nearly lynched four men accused of killing and skinning a cow. Evidently, the general atmosphere has got so communally charged that marauding mobs lend credence

  • Caste in Bihar’s development crucible

    By all accounts, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s campaign effort in Bihar is unprecedented. True, he is an untiring campaigner, and is the party’s trump card. But more than twenty five rallies works out to almost one for every ten assembly constituencies, and this can be seen variously. It is either a sign of his desperation or an effort to make sure that nothing is left to chance. It is more likely to

  • Share your idea of Smart City and win Rs 25,000

    Indore : You think that your idea of Smart City is better than that of others? Then wove it into words and send it to Indore Municipal Corporation. If your idea is found interesting, you will win a cash prize.

  • partnership-business

    Does World Bank’s ranking matter?

    India does not need a better World Bank ranking to showcase its business environment. There is no presumption that foreign or domestic businessmen will be impressed to invest in these states because they know the ground realities and that nothing much has changed in this regard since the Modi government was swept into power in May 2014. (more…)

  • Somvati and Pitra Moksha Amavasya today

    Ujjain : Hundreds of devotees will throng to different Ghats of river Kshipra for taking holy dip on the occasion of Pitra Moksha and Somvati Amavasya on Monday. Devotees will also visit to Mahakaleshwar temple as there is special importance of paying obeisance to Lord Shiva on Somvati Amavasya.

  • Police gears up for ODI match Law and order situations reviewed

    Indore : A special training programme was held in the auditorium of the Police Control Room to maintain law and order situation during the one-day cricket match between India and South Africa on October 14.

  • Charges dropped against father and son

    Indore : The Sixteenth Additional Sessions Judge rescinded an order issued by Sub-Divisional Magistrate in-charge of Malharganj Police Circle on the grounds of it being issued unconstitutionally and against established procedures.

  • Chaos and disorder mark Chaturdashi at Siddhvat

    Ujjain : It was a complete chaos and disorder at the Siddhvat and Gayakotha on the occasion of Pitru-Paksha Chaturdashi on Sunday, where the crowd control claims of the police department shattered to grounds.