Free Press Journal
  • Mosquito killing machines nowhere to be seen

    Ujjain : State government had planned to defeat the mosquitoes using the latest technology and it was promised that 20 fogging machines, 500 hand spray machines and 30 mosquito killing machines will be used. Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC), entrusted with the task seems to be dwindling with the fumigation drive issue.

  • Campion Scouts attend camp

    BHOPAL: As many as176 Scouts of primary and secondary classes of Campion School Arera Colony, Bhopal along with ten instructors and the school vice-principal attended a five-day Scouts Camp at Pachmarhi. It was organised by the “Bharat Scouts and Guides’ National Training Centre. The camp began with the hoisting of the Scout flag by the chief guest MS Qureshi, Joint Director of the National Training Centre along with March past.

  • Jawahar student sent to juvenile home

    BHOPAL : The Jawahar School student, who was held by Bag Sevania Police was send to Juvenile home on Saturday.

  • Uruguay hold Brazil

    Suarez on target in the WC qualifier

  • Djoko wins opner

    Miami : Top-ranked Novak Djokovic made a strong start in his quest for a third consecutive Miami Open title while Roger Federer’s expected return from a two-month layoff was over before it started.

  • Woman admitted to hospital after being beaten

    Shivpuri : A woman has been manhandled by her neighbours including a police constable near Khedapati Hanuman Mandir under the Dehat police station area. According to the surces, Sunita Bairagi was beaten by her neighbours constable Omprakash Bairagi, Rajkumar, Satish, Amit and Santosh Bairagi over a sewer dispute.

  • In-charge Min Singh visits Avahan Akhada

    Ujjain: District in-charge Minister Bhupendra Singh visited Avahan Akhada on Saturday and sought blessings from Saint Shakti Giri and Ganga Giri. Minister also visited the 3-storey building built at the Akhada premises. The building has 36 rooms. Singh has been visiting different Akhadas and their saints these days. On Saturday, he visited Avahan Akhada and met the saints and mehants. He also inspected the beautifully built 3-storey edifice built at Akhada and

  • Eye camp at Raisen village

    BHOPAL : On the occasion of World Glaucoma Week, a free Eye Camp was organised at Village Mendua in Raisen district on Saturday by the AISECT University. Dr. SK Singh, Associate Professor, Gandhi Medical College and his team conducted the camp.  They were supported by the Paramedical Department and NSS team of the varsity.

  • Inspire Science Programme kicks off

    Ujjain : Five days Inspire Science Programme was kicked off under the aegis of Union Ministry of Science and Technology here at Awantika College on Saturday.

  • Vijender invites Sachin for WBO Asia title fight

    New Delhi : Star boxer Vijender Singh on Saturday invited Sachin Tendulkar for his WBO Asia title fight here and briefed the cricket legend about the structure and future of professional boxing.

  • Disappointing start for India

    Qian’an (China) : The Indian boxers’ campaign in the Asian Olympic Qualifiers was off to a disappointing start with all three in action on Saturday, including former Commonwealth Games champion Manoj Kumar (64kg), bowing out with opening round losses here. Manoj, a former Asian bronze-medallist, went down to Kazakhstan’s Zhussupov Ablaikhan. Among other Indians, Sumit Sangwan (81kg), who was coming back after a lenghty injury layoff, lost to Korea’s Heeguan Yang. In the

  • BJYM workers burn effigy of Tharoor

    Seoni Malwa : Under the leadership of city president of Bhartiya Janta Yuva Morcha Sanjay Tomar, the party workers carried out a motorcycle rally from Banapur. After reaching Jaistambh square, the leaders condemned Shashi Tharoor for comparing Kanhaiya Kumar with Shaheed Bhagat Singh.

  • 4-5k Prasadi packs prepared everyday at Mahakal

    Ujjain : In view of Simhastha Fair, Mahakaleshwar Temple Management Committee is preparing 4-5000 prasadi packs everyday to meet the need of devotees arriving to visit Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlingam. MTMC ensures to provide fresh prasadi to devotees. The unit setup at Chintaman Jawasia located new building has started functioning from March 5. 15-20 workers prepare prasadi thre. Assistant administrator Priti Chauhan told that a work plan has been prepared looking to the increasing number

  • ONGC meet IOC in PSPB final

    Mumbai : ONGC (Oil & Natural Gas Corporation) produced a steady, slick performance and scored twice in each half to put it across CPCL (Chennai Petroleum Corporation Limited) by a fluent 4-1 margin in a semi-final encounter of the XXXIV PSPB Inter Unit Hockey Tournament 2016, hosted by ONGC and played at the MHAL-Mahindra Stadium today.

  • Jansamwad, Sadhikar campaign by Municipal Corporation

    Hoshangabad : A Jansamwad and Sadhikar campaign was carried out in ward number 16, 17 and 18 by the municipal corporation in the presence of Municipal corporation president Akhilesh Khandelwal, CMO Pawan Kumar Singh, RI Dr. Prashant Jain, cleanliness inspector Rajesh Soni, sub-engineer Vishnu Yadav, TR Sahu, Sunil Rathore and ward Parshads Pooja Ajay, Mahendra Yadav and Praveen Yadav. During the campaign, Khandelwal gave instructions to construct sewer system in ward number 16.

  • MFC Under-17 romp to victory

    Mumbai : Mumbai FC Under-17 defeated S.F. Enterprises SC 3-1 in a Third Division match of the MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) League 2015-2016, and played at the Schools Sports Centre ground, Azad Maidan on Saturday. Kartik Bele, Shreyas Supi and Meet Jain were on target with a goal each for the Mumbai FC colts while S.F. Enterprises reduced the margin through Prathamesh M.