Free Press Journal
  • Pregnant leopard dies of hunger

    Umaria : The pregnant female leopard which was found dead in village Dhanwahi was died of hunger. On the primary basis, it is said that it was not died of any electric current but died of hunger.

  • Paintings of Indian, Chinese artists in Tribal Museum expo

    BHOPAL : A six -day group painting exhibition ‘Maitri’ was inaugurated here on Monday at Tribal Museum. It is being jointly organised under the aegis of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations and Directorate of Culture, Bhopal.

  • Another debt-ridden farmer commits suicide

    BHIKANGAON : Yet in another shocking incident, a debt-ridden farmer committed suicide by consuming pesticide at village Shakargaon in Bhikangaon tehsil here on Sunday. The deceased’s crops of chili on five acre land were completely damaged and he had received a meager compensation of Rs 7000 from the state govt while he had a debt of Rs 6 lakh on his head.

  • Commissioner, ADGP visit Bhojshala

    DHAR : District commissioner Sanjay Dubey and additional director general of police Vipin Maheshwari on Monday visited the Bhojshala ahead of Vasant Panchami and took the stock of security arrangements there.

  • Kids Care School student enchant audience in annual function

    BHOPAL : Tiny-tots of Kids Care School urged to save the nature as well as the earth wonderfully by their performance on Monday at Ravindra Bhawan Auditorium. It was part of annual function of the school.

  • Bag containing Rs 60,000 cash looted

    ALIRAJPUR : In a shocking incident, three unidentified miscreants snatched away a bag containing Rs 60,000 cash from a trader at weekly Haat Bazzar in Nanpur.

  • Jal Mahotsav getting popular on social media

    KHANDWA: MP tourism department’s much-awaited festival ‘ Jal Mahatsav’, to be held at Hanumantia Tapu, near Khandwa, from February 12 to 21, has been getting more popularity on social network sites such as Facebok, Tweeter, Google plus, Instagram and others as the curious tourists and water sports enthusiasts from across the country as well as from abroad have been frequently placing queries about the mega event.

  • Global Connections Seminar concludes

    Indore : The 4-day 17th Global Connections Seminar held at Daly College (DC) campus concluded on Monday. There were more than 35 delegates from all over the world who attended the seminar.

  • Central Bank of India to open 17th branch today

    Indore : With Smart City program and easing developments in the city, banks are gearing up to make investments in Indore. Central Bank of India, which has 81 branches, is planning to expand its functioning in Indore.

  • Shloka competition held at SICA

    Indore : SICA pre-primary school organised a Shloka competition for kindergarten students on Monday. All the students of kindergarten participated in the competition.

  • ASP flags off high-tech Dial 100 vehicles

    ALIRAJPUR : In order to curb crimes and keep a tight vigil on them, additional SP Meena Chauhan here on Monday inaugurated the services of high-tech ‘Dial 100’ police vehicles.

  • UADD Survey work for Solid Waste Mgmt Action Plan held

    Ujjain : A team of SMS Envocare Ltd conducted a 10-day survey work under the aegis of Urban Administration & Development Department (UADD) regarding feasibility study and format DPR for the action plan of integrated Solid Waste Management based on PPP under Clean India Campaign. Project engineer Aniruddha Pratap Singh along with his teammates Swapnil Pawas, Anupam and other staff conducted the survey under the guidance of health officer Veer Sing. Aniruddha

  • Rahul Gandhi

    Rahul himself a start-up, can’t find exit, mocks BJP

    New Delhi : BJP on Monday mocked Rahul Gandhi over his criticism of the NDA government’s start-up initiative, saying the Congress Vice President himself was a start-up but was unable to find an exit route and also questioned his silence on the ‘jungle raaj’ in Bihar and Malda violence.

  • Glimpses of Simhastha seen in Manali winter carnival

    Ujjain : Excitement of upcoming mega religious congregations Simhastha – 2016 was also reflected in ‘Manali Winter Carnival-2016’ when Yuvi Entertainment Group of the city presented the glimpses of Simhastha in their performances.

  • Land of varsity being used for commercial activities

    Ujjain : Former senate member of Vikram University has alleged that two lands of the university are being used for commercial purpose and advised vice chancellor (VC), SS Pandey to take over the lands as soon as possible so that it could be used for educational purpose. Former senate member, Rajendra Kumar Baghela informed that university had given the land free of cost to Prachya Niketan Braj Mohan Birla Shodh casino

  • Ink attack on Kejriwal: AAP, BJP in war of words

    New Delhi :  Political wranglings over the ink attack on Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal continued today with AAP alleging that the incident was part of a “big rehearsal” to possibly “physically harm” him while BJP said the attempt to blame police and the party was “more condemnable” than the attack.

  • Unseasonal rain interrupts Hockey tourney

    Ujjain : Unseasonal rainfall created disturbance in 33rd All India Captain Rup Singh Hockey Tournament under Atal Sports Meet organized by Ujjain Municipal Corporation at Kshir Sagar stadium, on Monday. The first match played between WCR, Jabalpur and Bhusawal was won by WCR Jabalpur by 5 goals. Rest of the two matches was cancelled due to the rainfall. BJP senior leader Arvind Bhadoria, MLA Tarana Anil Firozia, social worker Sushil Giria, Mukesh