Free Press Journal
  • Implementation is the key to success, say experts

    Ujjain : Real time implementation is the key to successful erection of the Smart City, say experts in the city. Experts said the constitutional structure of the country has a federal democratic structure, so it needs the cooperation and coordination of states, coupled with that of urban local bodies, to build smart cities. Smart cities will face many challenges. Greenfield (new) projects are likely to face hurdles such as getting land acquisition

  • Farmers’ grievances redressed at once on MP’s initiative

    Ujjain : Member of Parliament (MP) Chintamani Malviya showed active interest over farmers’ grievances and resolved them with immediate effect. MP Malviya reached the office of Collector Kavindra Kiyawat on Saturday. Administration issued directives to issue financial aid to the families of farmers who have committed suicide.

  • YC begs for suicide victim family, offers Rs 48K aid

    Ujjain : Youth Congress (YC) leaders on Saturday begged for the family of suicide victim and offered help of Rs 48, 000. YC workers led by Lok Sabha President Hemant Singh Chauhan and Vivek Yadav begged from the traders and commoners at Shahid Park and the collection was given to the family of the debt ridden farmer who committed suicide.

  • Purse stolen from Narmada Express

    Ujjain : Burglers have stolen the bag of two sisters from Sleeper coach of Narmada Express on Saturday morning. GRP informed that Bharti Parekh resident of Indore was travelling with her elder sister Rashmi Nigam to meet her relatives in Ujjain. Unknown burglar had stolen the purse of Bharti Parekh near Bairagarh station, while she was asleep on her berth in S2 coach of the train around 5 am. Bharti immediately informed

  • Youth loses leg in road mishap, critical

    BHOPAL : A 22-year-old bike-borne youth was critically injured when his bike was hit by a speeding loading vehicle at Ratua village within the limits of Gunga police station on Saturday afternoon. He was rushed to Hamidia hospital by ambulance where his condition was said to be critical.

  • Only a constable for security of Civil Hospital

    Ujjain : Only one constable of Home Guards has responsibility of providing security of entire premises of Civil Hospital which is also termed as biggest hospital of the Ujjain zone.    Similarly, responsibility of security of the emergency ward of Civil Hospital lies on the shoulder of only 5 security personnel including a head constable, constable and a constable of Home Guard and on two private security guards.

  • All are not equal at the gates of Mahakaleshwar

    Ujjain : All are not equal at the gates of Lord Mahakal, but it’s not the deity who discriminates. The Shree Mahakaleshwar Temple Management Committee (SMTMC) is the culprit who has got habitual of providing exquisite hospitality to the VIP’s visiting the temple. Not only this practice hurts the emotions of pilgrims but is also blatant violation of Mahakaleshwar Temple Act-1982, and there is no such protocol.

  • Ashura observed in the city amid few disputes

    Ujjain : ‘Youm-e-Ashura’ was observed in city with peace. However few reports of scuffles, but all around the festival culminated peacefully on Saturday.

  • Thieves make way with thousands

    Ujjain: Unknown thieves broke into a lone house situated in the Ravidas Colony located beside the Indore-Ujjain highway near Hotel Anjushree Inn and decamped with cash and goods worth thousands. Resident Surendra Kumar Ahirwar, who is posted in Barnagar as deputy director of Registration department was away with the family to his native place Tikamgarh, when the incident occurred. The family had gone to their native place to appease the ancestral deities

  • Mohan Bhagwat

    Kenyans drink cow blood, but don’t kill it: Mohan Bhagwat

    Nagpur : Amid raging row over cow slaughter in India, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Saturday said in Kenya, people sometimes drink blood of cows to survive, but they don’t kill them or eat their meat. In certain situations like famine, people in Kenya drink blood of cows to survive but they don’t kill them or eat their flesh, he said while speaking at a function here. They insert a tube made of

  • Khadi clothes in western design draw appreciation

    BHOPAL : Experimental and creative works of noted fashion designers from across the country have been showcased in the two-day fashion exhibition ‘Vincent Queen’ that was inaugurated here on Saturday at a city hotel.

  • Chang set to woo audience through ‘I Can Do That’

    Indore : He has wooed audience through his melodious voice, charmed by his effortless acting and had rapt through the marvelous anchoring but now is all set to perform beyond his arenas of expertise.

  • India accounts for half of world’s cardio-vascular deaths

    BHOPAL : A two-day national conference on cardiac problems and diabetes was inaugurated at Jehan Numa Palace Hotel here on Saturday. MLA Vishwas Sarang inaugurated the conference.

  • ‘Uttaradhikar’ today

    BHOPAL: A programme titled ‘Uttaradhikar’ would be held in the open air theatre of Tribal Museum on Sunday. The programme, focussing on ‘Parampara and Jugalbandhi’, is being organised under the aegis of Directorate of Culture and Madhya Pradesh Academy for Development of Tribal Art and Dialect.

  • Gulzar justifies returning awards

    Laments rising intolerance where a person’s religion is asked before his or her name.          

  • State School Sports Champ from tomorrow

    BHOPAL: The 61st state-level School Sports Championship will be organised in the city from October 26 to 31. Hockey matches will be held at Aishbagh Stadium and Major Dhyanchad Hockey Academy Ground. Cricket matches would be conducted at Ankur Cricket Ground and Police Lines Sports Ground, Nehru Nagar. Fencing and Rope-Skipping matches will be organized at TT Stadium. As many as 1300 players from 10 divisions will take part in the Championship.

  • Fest on AISECT varsity VC’s literary achievements begins

    BHOPAL : Three-day drama fest ‘Sahitya Parva’ began here on Saturday at Bahirang (an open stage) of Bharat Bhawan. ‘Rang Sangeet’, poetry collage ‘Kavita Yatra’, exhibition and symposium were held on the first day.

  • Dist in-charge Min Yashodhara Raje to visit damaged crops today

    HOSHANGABAD : Minister in charge of district Yashodhara Raje Scindia will visit the rural zone of the district on Monday. She will go to field of farmers and get information about the affected crops due to bad weather. Collector Sanket Bhondve told that CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan has assigned responsibility of two development blocks of every district to a senior officer.