Free Press Journal
  • Inspector General Ujjain reviews security arrangements ahead of Simhastha

    NEEMUCH :  Ahead of biggest religious fair-Simhastha 2016, Inspector General (Ujjain range) V Madhukumar on Wednesday reviewed the security armaments and told the police personnel to be ready for challenging task. Lakhs of devotes are expected to visit Ujjain during the one and half month long mela.

  • Raman seeks strict action for ‘anti-India’ slogans at JNU

    Indore: Terming as ‘unfortunate’ the alleged anti-India slogans raised in Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh here on Wednesday said that those committed the act should be dealt with iron hands.

  • Day-night volleyball tourney from Feb 20

    DHARAMPURI: Local volleyball club Shahstri Club will host two-day day-night volleyball tournament at Rajwada Chowk on February 20 and 21. There will be attractive cash prizes along with the trophies for the winners and runner up. While winners will receive cash award of Rs 15015, runner will be given Rs 10010 along with the trophy. The team holding third position will be given cash prize of R 5005. To conduct the tournament

  • Corporate book review held

    Indore  : The Indore Management Association organised an IMA Reader’s Clique, a book lovers’ club, on ‘Blue Ocean Strategy’ for management professionals and students, on Wednesday. The programme was organised at IMA’s meeting room, Jall Auditorium, Indore. The moderator for the session was Shiv Kumar.

  • 4 Kids, 2 women in gang of eight held for burglary

    BHOPAL :  The Kamla Nagar police arrested eight members of a thieves’ gang on Wednesday evening. They were wanted in three separate incidents of thefts at Kamla Nagar area.

  • ‘Compensate farmers within 5 days’

    BHOPAL :  Congress MLA Jitu Patwari has warned the state government of launching an agitation if farmers were not paid compensation for the land acquired for auto testing tracks in Pithampur within five days. Patwari threatened that farmers would enter the testing tracks and would also enter the state Assembly during the Budget session.

  • Bank staffer’s house burgled

    BHOPAL: Rs one lakh in cash and jewellery were stolen from the house of a bank employee on Tuesday. The thieves struck during the day. The Kolar police have registered a case and are investigating.

  • NHAI plans 50,000-km road projects

    Mumbai: National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) plans to add around 50,000 km of road network in the next five to six years with an investment potential of nearly USD 250 billion (about Rs 17 lakh crore).

  • Bajrang Dal activist protest JNAU act, burn effigy of J traitors

    ALIRAJPUR/ BARWANI :  Bajrang Dal activists on Wednesday strongly protested the activities of anti-India sloganeering at Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi and demanded capital punishment against those who were indulged in the act. A large number of activists gathered at Sub Stand and burnt an effigy of JNU and raised the slogans against Pakistan for sponsoring terrorism.

  • Man dies of electric shock in hospital

    Morena :  Two laborers received an electric shock while dismantling the Pandal after the conclusion of Ramkatha organised by MLA Subedar Singh Rajaudha at Jaura.

  • Modi in Sherpura today; to address 5 lakh farmers

    BHOPAL: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will reach Sherpura of Sehore district on Thursday noon to address the ‘Kisan Mahasammelan’ organised by the state government. Modi will be feted for launching a new National Crop Insurance Scheme.

  • Loot accused arrested

    Morena :  Kotwali police has arrested three persons who are accused of looting a couple who were returning from a marriage ceremony and has seized jewelry and mobile phones from them.

  • BAE Systems selects Mahindra as India partner for gun deal

    New Delhi :  BAE Systems today announced selection of Mahindra as its India partner for the nearly USD 700 million deal for the supply of 145 M777 howitzers, which are ultralight weight artillery guns having a strike range of 25 kms.