Free Press Journal
  • Additional assignments to 3 IAS

    BHOPAL :  The state government has given additional charge to two officers of Indian Administrative Service and one officer of Indian Forests Service.

  • Garhakota food poisoning: five sacked

    BHOPAL :  The collector, on Monday, terminated the services five workers and have suspended the warden of the hostel. The SDM had conducted an inquiry into the food poisoning case of Kasturba Gandhi Hostel Garhakota, of Sagar district, occurred on Sunday.

  • TiECon Mumbai 2016: Transformation, Disrupt or Be Disrupted

    “Disrupt or be Disrupted” was the theme that resonated at the two-day TieCON Mumbai 2016 organised by TiE Mumbai at the National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA), Mumbai on January 06-07.

  • 14 Pune students drown at Murud

    Mumbai : In a shocking incident, at least 14 students from Pune – who were on a picnic — were drowned at the picturesque Murud beach in Raigad district, about 160 km south of Mumbai, on Monday. While 13 bodies have been retrieved and identified, one student is still missing and is presumed dead. Six students were saved and are admitted in local hospitals.

  • ED arrests Samir Bhujbal 

    ED came across hawala transactions while trying to unravel the Maharashtra Sadan scam financial trail .

  • Court takes today relook at gay sex

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Tuesday will hold an open court hearing of the curative petition filed by NGO Naz Foundation seeking a relook at its verdict upholding the validity of Indian Penal Code’s section 377 criminalizing gay sex.

  • Governor Steps In, Asks Parties To Clarify Stand

    New Delhi : The BJP leaders from Jammu and Kashmir rushed here on Monday for consultations with the party leadership in the wake of the People’s Democratic Party chief Mehbooba Mufti’s assertion on Sunday that she will reassess whether her party can continue its alliance with the BJP and form a government in the state.

  • World Health Organisation global SOS over Zika virus

    Geneva : The World Health Organisation has declared an international emergency over the explosive spread of the mosquito-borne Zika virus, which is linked to birth defects in the Americas, saying it is an “extraordinary event.”

  • Muslim women seek entry in all mosques

    New Delhi : A group of Muslim women on Monday moved the Supreme Court demanding entry into all mosques in the country, claiming that the Quran does not bar women’s entry and citing historical sources that show “Prophet Muhammad had himself encouraged women to actively participate in mosque congregations and prayer.”

  • Rudra Sagar becomes a hub of Arbitraries

    Ujjain :  Discontent has been brewing among the Shankaracharyas of the country as the Simhastha Fair authorities have failed utterly to provide them the traditional land for their camps at the Rudra Sagar within time and completing all the ground works.

  • 200 fall sick after consuming dinner at wedding

    Indore  : At least 200 people fell ill due to ‘food poisoning’ in Kharjrana on Monday evening. They complained of stomach ache and nausea after eating food at the wedding function of Quraishi family in Khajarana, the police said.

  • No terror networks in the State: Babulal Gaur

    Indore :  Security has been beefed up at Bhojshala in Dhar in view of the proposed programmes on Basant Panchami to prevent any untoward incident.

  • Man hurts self after scuffle with paramour

    Ujjain :  An inebriated man injured self by knife after petty scuffle with his paramour at home located at Kamal Colony area on Monday afternoon. A-24 -year old man Shanu resident of Juna Somvariya injured his hand by knife after he had heated arguments with his paramour Radhabai on some issue.

  • Simhastha Aamantran Yatra to be taken out

    Ujjain :  A ‘Simhastha aamantran yatra’ will be taken out by Shankracharya Divyanand ji Tirth and Balyogi Umeshnath Ji and their followers from Valmiki Ghat at River Kshipra to Mahakal temple on Wednesday.

  • Dist in-charge Minister in city on Wednesday

    Ujjain: District in-charge Minister Bhupendra Singh will arrive in the city on Wednesday. He will arrive here at 11 am and will make inspection of Simhastha development works at the sites between 11.30 am and 4 pm. He will also chair a meeting with people’s representatives and commoners at Fair office at 4.30 pm.

  • BDS II prof students demand postponement of exams

    Indore :  Students of BDS second professional on Monday staged a protest at Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) to press for their demand of extending exams scheduled from February 13.

  • Important file goes missing from SMTMC office

    Ujjain :  A file for the payment of Rs 14.5 lakh to PWD department has gone missing from the office of Shri Mahakaleshwar Temple Management Committee (SMTMC) due to unsystematic management of files by the committee employees.