Free Press Journal
  • Class XII students accorded farewell at Sainath School 

    Dewas : A warm farewell programme for class 12th student of Sainath Memorial Higher Secondary School was organized at school premises here on Monday. The programme was organized by class 11th students of the school. School principal Mishakat Shakil greeted the students and wished them best of luck for their future. Institution director Shakil Qadari guided the students and asked them to follow discipline in life to achieve success.

  • Brahmin community to organise religious and cultural events during Simhastha

    Ujjain : In the approaching Simhastha Fair-2016 main focus of Brahmin community will be to organise programmes based on religion, culture and providing selfless service. These decisions were taken in the meeting of executive committee of Akhil Bhartiya Brahmin Community which was held here on Monday.

  • Urban planning and development sector finds no place in FM’s heart

    Mumbai : While the Union Budget 2016-17 has given a big push to the rural development sector and the infrastructure sector, the urban planning and development sector has been largely ignored, experts feel. Popular opinion among experts suggests that the budget has failed to make the mark expected from it in the areas of Urban planning.

  • Residents face stray pig menace

    Mhow : The residents of Mhow have been suffering from stray pigs these days. Few days ago, a teacher had been killed by these stray pigs, when he was going on road. But, after such gruesome incident, the Mhow Cantonment Board (MCB) did not take any action.

  • Vaishnav Akhadas protest allotting land to pvt organisations between their Khalsas

    Ujjain  : Discontentment over land allotment further intensified, when saints of all the three Vaishnav Ani Akhada staged protest at one of the allotted plot located at Mangalnath area on Monday. Resentment brewed in saint community as administration allotted plots to private organization, independent Sanyasi’s and women seers in between the plots of Khalsa’s of Vaishnav Ani Akhadas.

  • Arrow pierces girl’s eye, successfully removed

    Indore : Doctors of MY Hospital on Monday removed an arrowhead and shaft lodged in the eye of an 8-year-old tribal girl after a complex surgery. The arrow was successfully taken out after a 2-hour-long surgery.

  • 11 yrs after Bhumi Pujan, bridge nowhere in sight

    BHOPAL : The pitiable condition of developmental works in the districts adjoining the state capital was revealed by the MLAs during Question Hour in state Assembly on Monday.

  • Budget 2016: Women & children get short shrift

    Mumbai : While the Union budget mentions women’s protection, skill development and empowerment for women, it largely ignores the non-voting population of the country – the country’s children.

  • Office of colonizer vandalised

    Ujjain : Office of a colonizer located at Mani Trade Centre was vandalised by some unknown miscreants on Monday afternoon. According to received information some miscreants created ruckus at the office ‘Manibhadra Builders and Developers’ of Nilesh Jain when he was busy in his work in afternoon. Madhav Nagar TI, MS Parmar informed that possibly brokers had vandalised on some financial related issues with colonizer Jain. Madhav Nagar police informed that case has

  • MPMTA supports faculties, requests dean to revoke decision

    Indore : Madhya Pradesh Medical Teachers’ Association (MPMTA) supported the protest of the faculties of Pathology department in MGM Medical College and requested the college administration to increase the facilities for starting their own diagnoses centre instead of outsourcing it to a private laboratory.

  • Felling of trees by wind energy outfits to be probed

    BHOPAL : Minister for Energy Rajendra Shukla, on Monday, announced the constitution of a committee to ensure restoration of roads damaged by wind power generating companies and to probe acquisition of land by them.

  • FM’s ‘roll-on’ emit some smoke

    Mumbai : Finance ministers decision of increase in the Excise Duty on tobacco and its related products (excluding bidi) has brought mixed reactions from the medical fraternity. Healthcare professionals state that despite of bidi being consumed at such high levels by the rural area population, the government once again failed to increase the excise duty on bidi.

  • Contractual health employees on indefinite strike

    Ujjain: Contractual health employees on Monday went on an indefinite strike in support of their demands of equal work equal pay, inclusion of contractual employees on the vacancies in the department. Employees took out a rally and handed over a memorandum to the Goddess of Chamunda seeking sense for the Chief Minister and Health Minister. The demands of contractual health workers include payment of annual increment for the sessions 2013-14 and 2014-15

  • Major thrust on rural sector, likely to have cascading effect on retail sector, feel experts

    Mumbai : The major thrust on development and growth of the rural sector, experts believe will have a cascading effect on the retail sector triggered by a greater demand from buyers in rural areas.Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has spelt out detailed plans to double income of farmers by 2022 and also to carry out 100% rural electrification by May 2018. There are also major irrigation project that will be taken up as part

  • Youth injured self and reported the matter to police

    Ujjain : Two bike borne youths had reportedly shot a registered offender of Bhairavgarh police while he was standing at Dhaba near village Sarivari at Unhel Road on late Sunday.

  • IMA welcomes hike in taxes on tobacco products

    Indore : Indian Medical Association’s National Cancer & Tobacco Control Committee chairman Dr Dilip Kumar Acharya welcomed the Union government’s decision to hike the excise tax on tobacco products by 10-15 per cent, but expressed displeasure over exempting bidis from this hike.

  • Rail connectivity in Bhind to develop Bundelkhand

    Gwalior : Dr Satyaprakash Sharma District Bhind which is famous for Chambal ravines and dacoits has one more reason for being underdeveloped which is poor connectivity.