Free Press Journal
  • Bajrang Dal takes out huge rally despite Sec 144 order

    Dewas : Despite section 144 was imposed by the district administration, scores of youths participated in the ‘Sourya Yatra’ rally organised by Bajrang Dal here on Sunday. As the youths marched waving saffron flags and chanting slogans a large contingent of police force and executive judge accompanied them during the procession.

  • Anti-ragging committee to commence probe today

    Indore : Anti-ragging committee of MGM Medical College on Monday will start probe on the anonymous complaint of ragging of under graduate students of 2015 batch by their seniors and super seniors.

  • India must win one ODI in Oz to retain No.2 spot

    Dubai : World Champions Australia go head-to-head with former World Cup-winners India in a five-match One-Day International (ODI) series in Perth on Tuesday with their No.1 ranking in the secured in the International Cricket Council (ICC) rankings.

  • Jabalpur win Hockey tourney

    Ujjain : Jabalpur team won the final of State Hockey Tournament organized at Government Madhav College ground by Government Madhav Science College under the aegis of Higher Education Department of Madhya Pradesh, on Sunday.

  • Cong, BJP on same page, scotch claim

    New Delhi : A four-year-old controversy, known in the media as the troop movement row — which suggested that all was not hunky dory between the Army and the civilian government of the day in 2012 — has come alive. Interestingly, in a rare occurrence it has got the Congress and the ruling BJP on the same page.

  • Foundation laid for Brahma Valmiki Ashram

    Ujjain : Foundation was laid for Shri Brahma Valmiki Vaishnav Sitaram Peeth Ashram. Various practices like havan, pujan, recitation of hymns and feast will be organized at the Ashram during Simhastha. National president of Peeth Mithhudas Maharaj, Brahmasharan, Valmiki saint, Balram Davre, Genda Valmiki laid the foundation at plot number 103/2 located behind Annapurna Mata Mandir near Okhleshwar Ghat in Kaal Bhairav. Jitendra Tamboli told that Ashram of Valmiki Samaj will be

  • Talks with Pakistan a Govt call: Congress

    New Delhi : Even as the Pakistan side maintains that India-Pakistan foreign secretary level talks scheduled for January 15 are ”intact”, the opposition Congress has insisted that this is an issue to be decided by the Modi government.

  • Indira Gandhi rule worse than that of British?

    Patna  : A Bihar government website has said that Indira Gandhi’s rule was worse than that of the British, angering the state Congress which is a constituent of the ruling coalition.

  • Suno Kahani Aazadi ki continues

    Ujjain : Suno Kahani Aazadi continued on Saturday and the story teller bounded the students at the Pandyakhedi Higher Secondary School. In the event organised by Hindi Sahitya Sammelan, Anand Mangal Singh Kulshrestha was the story teller on the occasion. Kulshreshtha told stories on life of Bhagat Singh. Subhash Nagar told the stories on freedom fighter Baikunthnath Shukla and Bhagwandas Mahor. Dr HL Maheshwari told stories on life of Chandrashekhar Azad. Manish

  • BVP’s conference concludes

    Ujjain : 2-day regional conference area number 12 of Bharat Vikas Parishad (BVP) was concluded at Madhav College Centenary Hall, here on Sunday.

  • Triple murder in central Delhi

    New Delhi : A middle-aged couple and their son were found murdered in their house early on Sunday in central Delhi. The bodies of Jyoti Sunariya, 48, and her son Pawan Sunariya, 21, were found when their domestic help accessed the house in Old Rajinder Nagar around 9 a.m. When the police arrived, they found in a cupboard the body of Jyoti’s husband Sanjay Sunariya, 51. “The murders seem to have been committed

  • Rahul Gandhi

    Rahul Gandhi is back to the grind

    New Delhi : After nearly two weeks in Europe to usher in the New Year, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi has returned home and is expected to get busy in a meeting with party leaders on Monday to take stock of the developments during his absence.

  • Awareness rally on motor pollution held

    Barwani : A rally and a mini marathon race to spread awareness among people about the transport and vehicle generated pollution were organised by the district transport department here on Sunday.

  • Choithram School (North Campus) organises Model United Nations

    Mhow : The United Nation is our one great hope for a peaceful and free world. Keeping that in view a Model United Nations Conference was conducted on January 6, 7, 8, at Choithram School North Campus. MUN is a platform for the students to examine various crucial issues concerning the socio-economic scenario worldwide. It is a venture where students have to undergo an extensive research to find out feasible solutions to

  • Father and son stab man

    Manasa (Neemuch) : A father and son duo stabbed own relative in village Bhatkheri under the Manasaa police station near here on Sunday morning.

  • We will exploit WACA bounce against India, says Aaron Finch

    Perth : Looking to exploit the fast and bouncy conditions at the WACA, Australian opener Aaron Finch today said his team would look to corner the Indians early on in the opening cricket ODI on January 12. India last played an ODI at the WACA against Australia in 2004 and even though the wicket has changed since, Finch believes the hosts can still put the visitors in a spot of bother.

  • ‘Arushi’ organiseas 10th Blind Challenge Car Rally 2016

    BHOPAL : Arushi, in association with Sahayog Pure one, organised “The 10th Blind Challenge Car Rally 2016” in the city on Sunday. Home minister Babulal Gaur as the chief guest flagged off the first vehicle and started the rally from DB city Mall, Bhopal.