Free Press Journal
  • Day 4: Kshipra Cleaning Campaign

    Ujjain : Hundreds of volunteers extended their service on the 4th day of Kshipra Cleaning Campaign conducted between Narsing Ghat to Ramghat and Sunhari Ghat, on Saturday. School students, Home Guard cops, Jan Abhiyan Parishad members, NCC, NSS and Scout & Guide cadets contributed to the cleaning of Kshipra.

  • Body of newborn found

    Ujjain: The body of a newborn girl child was found afloat in the Kshipra River near the Ramghat on Friday. The priests noticed the girl child and informed the police. The police went to the spot and rushed the baby girl to the hospital where doctors declared her brought dead. The body was found wrapped in a polythene bag floating above the water. Police officials said it appeared that the parents of

  • Thieves make merry, barge into 5 shops in Nayapura

    Ujjain: Thieves are having merry days in the city as the police vigil has fallen to the grounds. If it has been the same, the thieves would not break into 5 shops of the same area on a single night. T5 shops of the Nayapura locality were the targets of the thieves on Thursday night. The peeved shop owners with others reached the Jiwajiganj police station and gheraoed the police station. A

  • Two-day seminar on education held

    Indore : A two-day national seminar on “Education, Business and Bharatiya Jivan Mulya: Ek Chintan’ was organized by Idyllic Institute of Management and Shiksha Sanskriti Utthan Nyas, Indore Chapter jointly at Gendalal Bam Parisar.

  • Choithram School wins international T-shirt design competition

    Indore: Choithram School is the winner of International T-Shirt Design Competition organised by School Enterprise Challenge, an initiative of UK based ‘Teach a Man to Fish’ organisation. The T-Shirt was designed by Nandini Bhachawat of grade 7 and represented the four hallmarks of ‘Teach A Man To Fish’ organisation viz. innovation, education, school businesses and skills. The T-Shirt designed by Nandini was worn by delegates from all over world who attended the

  • Octroi revenue goes up marginally after appointment of special teams

    Mumbai : After special teams of the BMC’s octroi department began manning octroi checkpoints in the city since mid-August, official sources said that the BMC’s octroi revenue generation has gone up by 11% for the period between August and November.

  • MP youth held for bomb hoax call to Air India; says he did it for fun

    Thane : A 20-year-old youth from Madhya Pradesh has been arrested in connection a threat call made to national carrier Air India’s Thane call centre last week, threatening to hijack an AI flight on November 28, and claimed that he did it “just out of fun”.

  • Islamic State a live threat, can’t be ignored in Valley: Army

    Srinagar : The terror group, Islamic State is a live threat that cannot be ignored in the Valley, a top Army officer stated on Saturday. “The IS is a live threat that cannot be ignored. It is a cause of concern and we are monitoring it,” General officer Commanding of Army’s 15 Corps Lt General Satish Dua told reporters here.

  • 3 more held for assaulting cop

    Mumbai : The Shivaji Park police have arrested three more people for attacking a policeman attached to the police station. Sonia Gaikwad (21), Lakshmiram Waghmare (38) and Mina Pradip Jadhav (50) were arrested on Saturday. Sonia is the wife of Rahul Gaikwad, the main accused who was arrested on Thursday.

  • Under control

    New Zealand struggle as wickets tumble again

  • brace for Mega block on main, harbour lines today

    Mumbai : The Central Railway will operate a mega block on Main and Harbour lines on Sunday to carry out maintenance work. As a result, alow services leaving Matunga from 10.04am to 4.44pm will be diverted on to the down fast line between Matunga and Mulund stations. These trains will halt at Sion, Kurla, Ghatkopar, Vikhroli, Bhandup and Mulund stations and will then be re-diverted on to the down slow line from Mulund.

  • Dravid’s colts eye title vs Bangladesh

    Kolkata : Rahul Dravid’s wards will start as firm favourites when hosts India meet Bangladesh in the U-19 tri-series final, here today. Under the astute leadership of the former India captain, the bunch of 20-member Indian squad have outplayed both Afghanistan and Bangladesh in the double round-robin stage of the preparatory tournament for the ICC U-19 World Cup from January 22-February 14. The Indian batting legend has cleverly rotated the XI in the four

  • Militants elude security forces for 16 days in J-K

    Srinagar : An operation in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kupwara district to flush out militants hiding in the forest area continued for the 16th day on Saturday as the guerrillas eluded the security forces, police said.

  • Resolute India hold Germany

    Raipur : India put up a resolute performance to hold Olympic champions Germany 1-1 in their second Pool B match of the Hockey World League (HWL) Final at the Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel International Stadium here on Saturday. Germany’s Niklas Wellen’s fifth-minute strike was cancelled out by Akashdeep Singh in the 48th minute as the hosts came back strong after a 0-3 thrashing in the opener against Argentina. It was Germany’s second consecutive draw after

  • LS set to discuss issue of intolerance on Monday

    New Delhi : The issue of intolerance is set to reverberate in Lok Sabha on Monday with the Speaker accepting notices of CPI(M) member P Karunakaran and Congress MP K C Venugopal for a discussion on the matter. The two opposition members had given notices for a discussion on the issue under rule 193, which does not entail voting. The matter has been listed for Monday.