Free Press Journal
  • Project Factory inaugurated at ARMIET

    Alamuri Ratnamala Institute Of Engineering And Technology (ARMIET), Shahapur, District Thane, is laying special thrust to train students with entrepreneurial and innovation skills.

  • Ujjain admin goes ‘harsh’ on social media manoeuvre

    Ujjain : ‘Unconfirmed’ information and viral of ‘unauthentic’ documents on the “social media” can lead to utter confusion and can create chaos. But, before all such things could happen, the district administration superseded them and also initiated a step to deal with such nuisances with heavy hands.   This matter is related to a ‘so-called’ letter of the District Collector Kavindra Kiyawat, which got viral on the whatsapp couple of days ago. Having

  • Sarpanch, SDM to complain collector on callous road works

    Bagh : Witnessing no action against the contractor in Bagh ghat cutting issue, deputy sarpanch has decided to lodge a complaint with Dhar collector in this regard. Kukshi SDM has also said that he will talk to the collector in this connection.

  • MLA performs bhoomi poojan of Gangapur-Bhorai road

    Barwah : MLA Hitendra Singh Solanki performed the bhoomi poojan of Gangapur-Bhorai road, to be constructed under Pradhanmantri Gram Sadak scheme at a cost of Rs 1.42 crore, here on Sunday.

  • Kollam Tragedy: Ban was in place, lifted late at night

    Kollam : One of the worrisome aspects of the Kollam tragedy is the ‘silence’ of the masses over what was a tragedy in the making and the flagrant violation of safety norms.

  • Rahul’s girlfriend Saloni faces trouble

    Mumbai : TV actress Saloni Sharma might be in trouble due to her deposition before the police wherein she had denied allegations that she had ever threatened Pratyusha or Rahul. “Pratyusha was a very good friend of mine. But, we developed differences because of Rahul,” Saloni is learnt to have told the police. According to reports, Saloni had apparently threatened Pratyusha with a knife.

  • BSNL ensure best services to visitors at Mahakumbh

    Ujjain : BSNL CGM Dr Ganeshchandra Pandey met district in-charge Minister Bhupendra Singh at Circuit House and discussed over the network system on Sunday. He told Minister to ensure best services to the visitors during Simhastha Mahakumbh. BSNL has done special preparations for the fair. 40 new towers including 25 2G and 15 3G have been installed at the fair area. High speed broadband services have been provided at 85 spots at

  • More Egg On Cameron’s Face

    His tax records reveal that he also avoided paying inheritance tax for the 200,000 pounds that he got from his mother as well (more…)

  • Shani Temple Row: A big step forward

    In the end of it, their resistance crumbled and the doors of the Shani Shingnapur temple in Ahmednagar opened to women. Four-hundred-year-old tradition had yielded to the march of time. New winds had swept away the old prejudices, which, for all we know, might have had some rationale when first established. For, almost every tradition once had some sound reasoning behind it.

  • Outsider journos astonished to witness Mahakal city’s makeover

    Ujjain : Journalists from different parts of the nation have started visiting the temple town of Ujjain in view of Simhastha Mahakumbh. They are astonished to witness the complete makeover of the city. Journalists told that the city of Mahakal appeared entirely changed with its beautification and infrastructural development.

  • Anupam Kher

    Anupam Kher sent packing from Srinagar NIT

    Srinagar : Actor Anupam Kher was on Sunday detained at the airport to prevent him from visiting the troubled NIT campus in Srinagar. He was later put on a Delhi-bound flight.

  • Teen dashes bike into BEST bus, is critical

    Mumbai : One 17-year-old boy got seriously injured as he dashed his motorbike into a standstill BEST bus from behind at Marve Road near Malwani Church on Sunday afternoon. He was immediately rushed to Shatabdi hospital where his condition is said to extremely critical.

  • With donating eyes one can give vision to two people: Dr Malviya

    Sendhwa : “Medical science is still not succeeded in developing artificial cornea for providing vision to the corneal blindness. With donating eyes one can give vision to two people. We should donate eyes,” said renowned ophthalmologist from Barwani Dr Rajendra Malviya. He was addressing the gathering at an eye donation seminar, organised by Smt Kamladevi Hazarilal ayal Parmarthik Trust here on Sunday. He also filled eye donation form in the seminar and

  • Knight Riders outplay Delhi by nine wickets

    Kolkata : A clinical Kolkata Knight Riders handed Delhi Daredevils a nine-wicket drubbing to begin their Indian Premier League campaign in style on Sunday. Knight Riders shot out a lacklustre Delhi for 98 before cantering home in 14.1 overs with openers skipper Gautam Gambhir (38 not out) and Robin Uthappa (35) sharing a brisk 69-run stand. Andre Russell (3/24) and 45-year-old Brad Hogg (3/19) were the star bowlers for the home team

  • Centre missive on Flag, Anthem

    New Delhi : Amid the raging debate on nationalism and complaints about insult to the national anthem and flag, the Centre has asked the states to ensure “strict compliance” of the relevant laws, violations of which attract three years’ imprisonment. In a communication to all states and union territories, the Home Ministry has said it has received complaints from various quarters about disrespect being shown to the national anthem and flag.

  • Queen’s 90th birthday bash to cost a billion!

    London : Over 1 billion pounds is the expected bill for a UK-wide celebration to mark Queen Elizabeth II’s 90th birthday this year, according to a survey. Almost half of all British public intend to mark the landmark event over April to June this year and more than a third are planning trips to pubs, bars and street parties, said the survey released in ‘The Sunday Times’. Nearly a quarter plan to raise

  • Directives given to install railing on Kshipra ghats

    Ujjain : Mahakal Zone magistrate Avadhesh Sharma, ASP Amrendra Singh and Mahakal CSP Abhishek Tiwari jointly made inspection of varioys spots of the zone and traffic management, on Sunday. They issued directives to the concerned officials to install railing on Kshipra ghats and told to increase the height of the railing.