Free Press Journal
  • Youth found dead

    Indore: A youth was found dead in his rented house in Mechanic Nagar, on Sunday night. Police have registered a case and sent the body for autopsy.

  • Med, sales reps to go on strike tomorrow

    BHOPAL : In response to a call for nation-wide strike of Federation of Medical and Sales Representatives Association of India (FMRAI), the MP-CG Medical & Sales Representative Union (MPSRU) will go on strike on December 16.

  • Man held for kidnapping over one-sided love

    Sagar : The police unfolded the five day old case of kidnapping of a 15 year old boy from Bina block, on Monday. The accused had kidnapped the boy to make pressure on the family to break the marriage proposal and wanted to marry the sister of the kidnapped boy.

  • National Lok Adalat held

    Katni : National Lok Adalat was held at Katni Municipal Corporation office here at 10 am for the abrogation of problems faced by the citizens of Katni. In ward wise counters people submitted their property and water tax.

  • Bhartiya Kisan Sangh demands regular power supply for irrigation

    Hoshangabad : Farmers of village Dolaria Gheraoed the area officer in SE office of MPEB Hoshangabad and handed over a memorandum demanding an uninterrupted power supply of ten hours for irrigation. They told that they are only getting four hours of power supply which is inadequate and it is affecting the quality of crop. According to the sources, Hari Patel, Satyanarayan, Rakesh Gaur, Rajesh Gaur, Kailash Gaur, Devendra Gaur of Bhartiya Kisan

  • Maheshwari becomes BJP’s state youth secretary

    Sehore : BJP leader Suneel Maheshwari was made sate youth secretary of Rashtriya Picchda Varg by the consent of state president Lalit Gaur and other senior leaders. Maheshwari has also served as BJP’s Picchda Varg Mandal president, Mandal spokesperson, Mandal Jhuggi Jhopdi Prakoshth and Mandal Mahamantri. He was also congratulated by Amit Meena, Santosh Meena, Puneet Yadav, Govind Singh, Shankar Rajput, Brijlal Yadav, Nirmal Kushwaha, Gaurishankar Jaani, Brijkishore Sharma, Prabhudayal Vishwakarma, Morsingh

  • Meeting organised by ABVP

    Nasrullanganj : A meeting was organized by Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad in the RSS office at Sudamapuri in which detailed information of the organisation was given by Amit Meena. Puneet Yadav later told that ABVP is the largest student union in the world currently which always thinks about the welfare of students. Govind Singh Rajput told that competitions like essay writing, Rangoli making, debates and extempore speeches will be organized in government

  • Couple injured in freak accident

    Indore : A couple sustained serious injuries when their scooter went over steel pipes scattered all over the road and skidded off the road. Apparently the pipes were being ferried when they got loose and scattered.

  • Simhastha dev proposal to be discussed only after inspection on ground

    Ujjain : “We are not here merely to watch the presentation of Simhastha development works, we are public representatives and want to inspect development works on the ground and then this issue will be discussed in the board meeting,” said furious Congress corporators in the Council meeting which was convened on Monday at Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC).

  • Symposium on death anniversary of Kanhaiyyalal Vaidya

    Ujjain: A symposium will be organised in the memory of former Member of Parliament (MP) and freedom fighter, Kanhaiyyalal Vaidya on his 41st death anniversary at Rajendra Jain Auditorium, Kshir Sagar on Wednesday. Famous social worker of the country, SN Subbarao will be the key speaker and he will speak on the topic, ‘Philosophy of Gandhi in the present context’. Freedom fighter and journalist Prem Narayan Nagar will be the chief guest

  • Kalaparv to be dedicated to ‘Suman’

    Ujjain: Kalavart Nyas is going to dedicate its 20th annual function, ‘International Kalaparv’ to the founder of the Nyas, Shiv Mangal Singh Suman. Festival will be held from December 25 to December 28 at Aanand Mangal Parisar. Convener of the art festival, Paridhi Kaale and secretary Pawan Garwal informed that during the 4 days long festival around 150 painters of different colleges of the country and more than 40 senior painters and

  • Are UP, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Punjab foreign nations?

    BHOPAL : There is nothing “international” about the five-day “International Van Mela” at Lal Parade Ground, scheduled to conclude on Tuesday. In fact, it is not even a ‘National Mela’. Barring a few, all the 300-odd stalls have been set up by co-operative societies, firms and individuals from different parts of the Madhya Pradesh.

  • Punjab & Sind Bank MD in city today

    BHOPAL: Chairman and Managing Director of Punjab & Sind Bank, Sardar Jatinder Bir Singh (IAS) is arriving at Bhopal on Tuesday for review meeting of all branches in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. During the course of his two days stay he will address all Branch Managers under Bhopal Zone.

  • Campion School to celebrate Golden jubilee conclusion with Christmas

    BHOPAL : The preparations for Christmas have already begun in the city. Christmas is one more important festival to educate and enjoy both. It is an annual festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ observed most commonly on December 25, as a religious and cultural celebration among billions of people around the world. This is the reason we are preparing for celebrating Christmas on a very grand scale. And also this is

  • Prez says respect rights, sensitivities of minorities

    Kolkata : President Pranab Mukherjee on Monday called for respecting the rights and sensitivities of minorities, both in letter and spirit, and eliminating forces that divide society.

  • Govt doesn’t intend to poach on powers of civic bodies: Fadnavis

    Mumbai : The government does not intend to poach on the powers of the city corporations, through the scheme for development of Smart Cities, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis clarified during a debate over the issue at the legislative assembly.

  • India can’t prove my role in 26/11: Saeed

    New Delhi : Days after External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj visited Pakistan, Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed has dared India to prove his involvement in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.

  • MNS, NCP, Congress support project

    Mumbai : Eventually, the NCP, MNS and Congress have declared their support to the scheme in Pune. All of them had opposed the proposal prepared by the commissioner.