Free Press Journal
  • Pramod Tiwari

    Congress backs Shourie, says BJP acts to PM Narendra Modi’s direction

    New Delhi: Backing the accusations of former union minister Arun Shourie that Prime Minister Narendra Modi deliberately remains silent on incidents like Dadri, the Congress Party on Tuesday said the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders are blindly following his ‘directions’.

  • Sensex rebounds 163 points on value buying, economic data

    Mumbai: The benchmark BSE Sensex gained nearly 163 points in early trade today, snapping its 6-session losing streak, driven by a value buying in bluechip stocks coupled with positive core sectors output data. The broader NSE Nifty regained the 8,100-level.

  • Indian Rupee

    Rupee recovers 19 paise vs USD in early trade

    Mumbai: The rupee recovered by 19 paise to 65.40 against the dollar in early trade on fresh selling of the American currency by exporters and banks. Forex dealers said a strong opening in domestic equity markets supported the rupee, but dollar’s strength against other currencies overseas capped gains. The rupee had plunged by 32 paise against the US dollar to one-month low of 65.59 in yesterday’s trade on fresh demand for the American currency from banks and

  • Authorities start talking about ‘business’, now!

    Ujjain : With hardly 170 days left for the upcoming mega religious congregation—SIMHASTHA FAIR-2016—the administrative authorities have started doing and talking about the ‘business’. During this week’s stand-up meeting, they not only focused their attention on various arrangements of the main bathing ghats of the river Kshipra, but also visited one of the akhadas to assess the mood of the saints in the name of joining their bhojan-prasadi.

  • Ramghat should look as the most photogenic spot: Dr Pastor

    Ujjain : Ramghat area should look as the most photogenic so it could attract the world media during Simhastha Fair-2016. The banks of Kshipra would be the center of attraction for every visitor at the grand congregation. The banks should look beautiful and attractive. ‘Friends of Kshipra’ campaign would be launched to clean the river.

  • Last rites of Lala Tripathi performed amid tight security

    Ujjain : Amid tight security arrangements funeral of dreaded criminal Vishwas alias Lala Tripathi was carried out from Civil Hospital on Monday. After getting completely assured about the safety measures police officials took the body of deceased Lala in hearse first to his home located at Bhagsipura than final rites were performed at Okhleshwar bank of river Kshipra. Deceased’s brother Babla helped the police to prepare panchnama.

  • Why murder case was not filed against accused: High Court

    Indore : In a case pertaining to death of a teenage tribal boy, the Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Monday sought to know from the SP Dhar and the SHO of Manawar police station as to why a case of murder was not registered when there were accusations that it was a case of brutal killing.

  • Dubey inspects Kesabag ROB

    Indore : Divisional Commissioner Sanjay Dubey inspected Kesarbag ROB on Monday and collected information from the IDA officials about constructed and unconstructed work of the ROB.

  • Guddu blames police for gang war

    Ujjain : Former Member of Parliament Premchand Guddu blamed the police failure behind the gang war in the city, which claimed three lives on Sunday.

  • 15k people healed with reciting hymns

    Ujjain : Around 15000 people were healed with the recitation of hymns in 9 sessions during free treatment camp organized at Krishi Upaj Mandi under the aegis of Sakal Jain Samaj, on Sunday. 2300 people took resolution to give up consumption of non-vegetarian food, alcohol and cigarette. They all decided to live a vegetarian life. Sourabh Jain informed that Nimeshbhai Shah of Ahmadabad healed people with the chanting of Navkar Mahamantra. Shah

  • District-Level Talents Hunt contest held

    Ujjain : The artists who would make it at the State level Talent Hunt Contest will get chance to perform at Simhastha Fair-2016. District Level Talent Hunt Contest was held at Kalidas Sanskrit Academy, on Monday. Selected participants from block level participated at the district level.

  • Malviya not satisfied with investigation over wife’s murder

    Ujjain : Former Minister of State Babulal Malviya expressed dissatisfaction with the police investigation being carried out in his wife’s murder case on Sunday. Malviya also cleared the air about his relation with accused Kailash Malviya and said that accused is being termed as my nephew in media reports but he had never met with him. Malviya alleged that police is not investigating the murder case of his wife Chandabai Malviya properly

  • Will Shivraj do an Akhilesh?

    BHOPAL : In September this year, the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav had ordered the suspension of a Police sub-inspector for kicking the typewriter of an elderly person Krishna Kumar.

  • Datia Collector did slap EE: Probe report

    BHOPAL : The probe report submitted by Principal Secretary, Forest Deepak Khandekar has established that the Datia Collector Prakash Jangre had indeed slapped Public Works Department Executive Engineer (EE) KK Singore.

  • India, Nepal ties on an edge

    New Delhi/Kathmandu : The brittle India-Nepal relations came under further strain on Monday after Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed “shock” over the unfortunate killing of an Indian in the police firing in Nepal and sought details of the incident from his counterpart, Prime Minister K P Oli, even as the Ministry of External Affairs summoned Nepal’s envoy over the incident. The Indian youth, 19-year-old Ashish Ram, was killed when the Nepalese police opened fire

  • BJP & Sena are close to hugging in a hung House 

    Both parties do well in Kalyan-Dombivali Municipal Corporation but fall short of majority; Congress and the NCP restricted to periphery; Congress keeps control of Kolhapur .

  • Two houses burgled, booty worth Rs 5 lakh gone

    BHOPAL : In two house-breaking incidents, which were reported from Piplani and Ayodhya Nagar area, burglars swept away with a collective booty worth Rs 5 lakh.

  • Rajan returning Jittery Pak: Shield for Dawood

    Bali : Chhota Rajan’s imminent deportation has left the security agencies in Indonesia in a tizzy: there are unconfirmed reports that the hit men of Chhota Shakeel, who still owes allegiance to Dawood Ibrahim, have sneaked into Indonesia to eliminate India’s prize ‘catch.’

  • Police constable hangs self

    BHOPAL : A 35-year-old police constable posted at Ratibad police station committed suicide by hanging self at his house in the Neelbad area within the limits of Ratibad police station on Monday afternoon. He was rushed to Sharda Hospital in Kotra, where the doctors declared him brought dead.