Free Press Journal
  • Mass marriage ceremony of Chaurasia community

    Sagar : A mass marriage and introduction ceremony of the Chaurasia community is going to be organised by the Chaurasia Navyuvak Samiti at Tehsil ground, Garhakota on April 27 and 28. Media in charge Neelesh Chaurasia told that cabinet minister Gopal Bhargava will be present as chief guest. On April 27, the introduction ceremony will be organised and after that a mass-marriage will be organised on the next day. A ceremonial committee has

  • Woman, children caught stealing

    Indore : Residents of an apartment building nabbed a woman and two juveniles who were part of a gang of thieves. Two girls, however, managed to escape. The woman and children have been handed over to the police.

  • Wife planned murder of her husband with paramour

    Ujjain :  Police claimed to demystify the case of blind murder of a registered offender of Nanakheda police circle, Lakhan Parmar here in a press conference at Police Control Room on Monday and arrested wife of the deceased, Puja and her paramour Mukesh Kolwal with two others for murdering Lakhan Parmar.

  • JPSians’ visit to Wind Mill Station: A learning by fun

    Ujjain :  The oft quoted phrase ‘learn by fun’ was descended in reality with the exceptional initiative taken by Jain Public School (JPS), Barnagar. The students relished the class out of four walls and added the world of unconventional energy sources to their knowledge. It was an expedition to the site of Wind Mill Station located at Koteshwar village of Dhar district.

  • Burglars walk away with cash, jewellery

    BHOPAL : Burglars targeted two separate houses on Sunday. According to Teela Jamalpura Police, Imam of a Mosque Mohammed Raees lives near Putlighar, Old RTO Area. He went to meet a relative at Laxmi Talkies Area with family at midday on Sunday. When he returned in the evening, he found the lock broken and the door ajar. As he entered into the house, he found a necklace and ring with other jewellery and Rs 10,000 was missing from the house. Teela Jamalpura Police are locating the thieves. In another incident of Govindpura Area, Amit Deshpandey lives at

  • Virat Kohli bats for his Ex

    Mumbai : Indian batting star Virat Kohli was always a no-nonsense man on the field; on Monday, after his former girlfriend, Anushka Sharma, was abused online, Virat lashed out at social media trolls, proving that he will not take nonsense in public either. More important, he stood up for an ex-girlfriend which immediately got him kudos online.

  • Shun denial and double standards

    It is remarkable how easily people in real life correspond to stereotypes. Last Friday, as the news of the senseless murder of a young dentist in Delhi’s Vikaspuri by a lumpen mob agitated social media, a friend with strongly ‘liberal’ and ‘syncretic’ inclinations posted a tweet: “#DrPankajlynched really, are we reduced to debating such nonsense and giving communal twist to everything.”

  • 2002 Guj riots and 1984 Sikh riots are different: Kanhaiya

    New Delhi : JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar on Monday compared the alleged onslaught on varsities with Gujarat riots alleging both of them were carried out ‘with support’ from state machinery even as he stressed that there is a fundamental difference between ‘emergency’ and ‘fascism’. Asserting that there is a difference between 2002 riots and 1984 Sikh massacre Kanhaiya alleged that Gujarat violence was carried out through state machinery while the other was caused

  • ‘If we win, will prove a lot of people wrong’

    New Delhi : All-rounder Ben Stokes is confident that the England cricket team can prove their detractors wrong by winning the ICC World T20 for the second time as a lot of things are falling in place at the right time, just like it did in their year of triumph – 2010.

  • This tragic love story spellbinds theatergoers

    Indore :  The play ‘Ashadh ka ek din’ depicting emotional and societal changes in life, was staged by Abhninav Rangmandal at Anand Mohan Mathur auditorium on Monday. The transformation of human beings according to circumstances is often tragic, and this all-time favourite play depicted the same.

  • Denizens submerge in colours of joy on Rangpanchami

    Ujjain :  Festival of Rangpancahmi was celebrated with fun and frolic on the fifth day of ‘Holi’ here in city on Monday. Spectacular win of team India over Australian team on the eve of Rangpanchami in the enthralling cricket match sparked the celebration of Rangpanchami since late Sunday as denizens played with colours at the heart of the city wiz Tower square to express their joy.

  • BHEL staffers clean Sports Club

    BHOPAL : Under the Swachch Bharat Swachch BHEL Abhiyan, employees of Human Resource Department, WE&CS, HSE, SFX, Town Administration, HRD and P&PR cleaned the BHEL Sports Club area on Monday. On this occasion members of various trade union members were also present.

  • Rafale decision can take up to a year: Parrikar

    Betul (Goa)/Mumbai : Emphasising that the indigenously developed Tejas light combat aircrafts are indeed one of the best in the world, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar here on Monday said that they would soon be inducted into the Air Force and one squadron each of the planes would be added to the force each year.

  • Baiga Olympic torch rally at Umaria

    Umaria : Bandhavgarh SDM Shahid Khan waved green flag to the Baiga Olympic torch rally which was organised by Balaghat tourism promotion council for the preservation of culture and traditional sports of backward tribes and communities. Khan also gave best wishes on the occasion. Bandhavgarh additional collector Ila Tiwari, assistant commissioner Amar Singh Uikey and others were present on the occasion. Significantly, Baiga Olympic competition is being organised on April 8, 9 and 10 in which Baiga players coming from the states of Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Jharkhand

  • 2 women succumb to burns

    BHOPAL : A woman, who sustained burns after she accidentally caught fire from a lamp kept near a Tulsi plant, died during treatment in a hospital at Kolar area, while in another case a woman, admitted to a hospital after she was set on fire by her husband, died on Sunday Night.