Free Press Journal
  • ABVP to participate in green Simhastha

    Ujjain : Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) will participate in the upcoming Simhastha fair with a motto of making it clean and green. The association will also erect their camps during the fair for creating awareness among the masses. Secretary Nikhil Bhardwaj informed that wing of ABVP, Student for Development (SFD) will render its services and will organise campaign for pollution free Simhastha fair. Skits, gatherings and workshops will be conducted under

  • Orgs serving at Simhastha to get 10 % space for branding

    Ujjain : Organisations and companies offering their services for the Simhastha Fair will be given 10 percent space free of cost. They would be allowed to make publicity of their brand through symbols, mono and any other information on this space wherever they would serve in the fair area. This was decided during a meeting held at the Fair office in the presence of Simhastha Fair Authority Chairman Diwakar Natu on Friday.

  • Youth commits suicide due to unknown reasons

    Ujjain: A 23-year-old youth committed suicide by consuming poison at his home on Wednesday night. Deceased has been identified as Sanjay Jain resident of Krishna Colony area. Deceased used to work as the gas cylinder hawker and the reason of taking his extreme step could not have been established yet. Sanjay was taken to Civil Hospital in frothing state by his mother Chanda Bai with the help of neighbours where he was

  • Prajapati Chorasi Sangh gears up for Simhastha

    Ujjain: Prajapati Chorasi Sangh organized a collective meeting at Yade Mata mandir and dharamshala Nyas Ramghat, on Wednesday. Sangh has decided to provide lodging and boarding to the visitors and to run a found & lost center. Chief general secretary Leeladhar Kumbhkar told that Sangh will provide lodging and boarding for the community people arriving from outside. They would also manage services like mess, medical service and found and lost center. Chairman

  • Paramour of the girl kidnapped by girl’s fiancé

    Ujjain: A group of six youths, including fiancé of a girl, kidnapped paramour of the girl near RD Guardi Medical College, Agar Road on Thursday. A 20-year-old girl resident of Amber Colony has been engaged from a youth Kewal Singh Sondhiya resident of village Jamgao under Rajgarh district. Sumit Sethi resident of Manchaman Colony has a long time from the girl and she was raped by him few days back near medical

  • Furious BJP MLA boycotts Bhumipujan programme

    BHOPAL : BJP MLA from Chachoda (Guna), Mamta Meena, who had charged the Collector and SP of the district with not attending her phone calls, lost her temper at a Bhumipujan programme on Friday. Meena boycotted the government programme, in which district in-charge Minister Gopal Bhargava was also present.

  • Some angry with Collector, some with SDM

    BHOPAL : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, in his series of one-to-one meeting with MLAs, met as many as 10 MLAs on Friday.

  • NGO to sterilise stray dogs

    BHOPAL: Mayor -in-Council (MiC) has passed a proposal for sterilisation of canines through an NGO. Stray dogs menace has increased in almost all the colonies of Bhopal. . NGO will be given the job.

  • Dense fog in national capital hits flight, train ops in City

    Indore : Poor visibility visibility due to the dense fog in national capital region (NCR) adversely hit the operations of city-bound flights and trains. Four morning and two evening flights from New Delhi were delayed by five hours due to the dense fog in Delhi region.

  • Shivhares bought huge properties in name of employees

    BHOPAL : Liquor major Shivhare brothers, in order to escape the net of Income Tax (I-T) department, had invested crores in the name of their trusted employees.

  • Two people conned out of vehicles by conmen

    Indore : Two persons were conned out of their vehicles by conmen in two separate incidents. Police have registered cases and are investigating.

  • Eleven teams participate in Preliminary Round-2 of YMC

    Indore : The Preliminary Round-2 of the 21st Young Managers Competition held at HDFC Bank Ltd on Friday, where 11 teams participated. The competition was organised by Indore Management Association (IMA) on the theme “India Inc Reinventing Growth”.

  • City lad Prateek Bajpai bells CAT with 100 percentile

    Indore : City lad Prateek Bajpai is among the few candidates from the country who scored 100 percentile in the Common Admission Test (CAT)-2015, the results of which were declared on Friday evening.

  • Ex-BSP candidate from Maihar joins Cong

    BHOPAL : Manish Patel, who had contested 2013 Assembly elections from Maihar seat as a candidate of Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) joined the Congress on Friday. Patel was in touch with Congress for a long time. BJP too tried to contact Patel but he decided to join Congress.

  • Strike affects banking in 300 branches

    Indore : Banking operations in over 300 branches were affected on Friday as a section of public sector bank employees went on a day-long strike called by the All India Bank Employees’ Association (AIBEA).

  • DSP who booked Guv, ex-Minister shifted

    BHOPAL : Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Dilraj Singh Baghel who filed first information reports (FIRs) against Governor Ramnaresh Yadav and former Minister Laxmikant Sharma in Vyapam scam along with several other influential persons, has been transferred from Special Task Force (STF). Baghel has been posted as Sub-divisional Officer of Police (SDOP), Multai.

  • After exams, now MPPSC to hold DPCs online

    Indore : After making its exams computer-based, the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) has now made departmental promotion process also online.

  • Youth held for trying to break girl’s engagement

    Indore : A team of ‘We Care For You’ cell arrested a youth, who was trying to break the engagement of a girl and threatening her father over mobile phone on Friday. The accused has been handed over to Azad Nagar police for further action.

  • No monitoring of sand mining: NGT told

    BHOPAL : The panel comprised advocates Ajay Gupta and Dharmaveer Sharma told the NGT that there was no monitoring on sand mining in the areas which they visited The panel has been told to file interim report by January 25.

  • IPA holds meet to prepare draft for regulating school fees

    Indore : Indore Parent Association (IPA) organised a meeting for preparing a draft regarding school fees regulation on Friday. The association is going to file a draft regularising school fees, which they believe are unreasonably higher.