Free Press Journal
  • MCGM to set up wet waste treatment plants

    The MCGM will also start 24 biodigester units at each of the 24 wards of Mumbai. It is presently in the process of framing draft tenders for this project. Each of these units will consume between 25 kilograms or 50 kilograms of waste, based on the availability of land in each ward, and the wet waste generation capacity of its canteen. The tenders for this project will be out within a week.

  • Strong earthquake jolts several parts of India

    New Delhi : An earthquake measuring 6.8 on the Richter scale hit Myanmar, tremors of which shook the northeast, several parts of West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand and even Delhi and NCR. Jolts were also felt in Odisha, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, said J L Gautam, Operations Head at the National Centre for Seismology.

  • Seminar on environment awareness held

    Ujjain : School of Engineering and Technology (SOET), Vikram University held a seminar on environment awareness here on Wednesday.

  • Eminent Ayurvedic docs to serve at Vankhandi Devi Shaktipeeth

    Ujjain  :Eminent Ayurvedic doctors from different parts of the nation will serve the people at Vankhandi Devi Shakti Peeth Ashram of Jamunadas Maharaj from April 24. The Ashram is located at Mangalnath zone. Nadi and Rasa expert Shastri Divyanand Giri disciple of Vidyanand Giri will consult the patients regularly. The camp will continue till May 17. Examination for eyes, diabetes, blood pressure, anemia and other diseases will be held and Dr Pradeep

  • No village will remain thirsty: Shivraj

    * Will transport water if necessary * Says Cong had done nothing to preserve   Ambedkar’s   memory, heritage

  • MGM constitutes three teams for PM’s visit

    Indore : Keeping an eye on health measures of Prime Minster Narendra Modi during his visit to the City and Mhow on April 14, the MGM Medical College administration has constituted three teams.

  • People supplied with filthy, stinking water

    Khachrod : Although the state government had started Chief Minister Jal Awardhan Yojna in the city to supply pure drinking water to people, the scheme is yet to benefit the people as desired. To utter dismay of the ambitious scheme, the municipal council has been supplying filthy and stinking water to the residents here.

  • Sinha all set to conquer newer heights

    First female amputee, Arunima Sinha held a press conference during her visit to the city, on Wednesday

  • Commercial settlements removed from graveyard

    Ujjain : Mela authorities after opposition of Muslim community and objection of Waqf Board on Wednesday removed commercial settlements from a Qabristan located in Dutt akhara zone.

  • Onion prices crashes to 30 paisa a kg in Neemuch

    Neemuch : Wholesale prices of onion have crashed to as low as 30 paisa per kg in Neemuch district after a bumper harvest and low demand, leaving farmers in tears.

  • Congress demands ban on liquor for Simhastha

    Ujjain:  Congress party has demanded ban on sale of liquor for duration of Simhastha mela, saying the Congress party in their reign had decided to ban alcohol in Simhastha fair. District Congress President Anantnaryan Meena said the Congress government in year 2003 had passed a resolution to ban the liquor during Simhastha. He charged the BJP government for being liquor and meat lover seeking revenue. He said the government has befooled the

  • RSS cadres to sing before Ambedkar statue

    BHOPAL: For the first the RSS will sing its anthem in front of the statue of the Dr Ambedkar on his 125th birth anniversary, on 14th of April. The RSS is celebrating the current years as a social harmony year. The RSS will take out a procession and will reach the board office square on Thursday morning. At the square the RSS activists will sing the RSS anthem. The RSS has named

  • 422 Archaic Laws To Be Struck Down

    New Delhi : The Law Ministry has identified as many as 422 archaic laws to be removed from the statute and sought comments from the concerned nodal ministries before finalising draft legislation for repealing them.

  • Meeting of MPTC held

    Ujjain :Divisional meeting of MP Teachers Congress (MPTC) was held here to discuss over the long pending demands of the teachers, from the state government. State president Nirmal Agrawal, general secretary Swarup Narayan Chaturvedi was present on the occasion. Shahjad Khan informed that issues related to pending promotions, equivalent pay, and regularisation was discussed in the meeting. District president Bhagatram, Anil Namdeo, Iqbal Shekh and others were present.

  • Mayawati may face fresh DA case trouble

    New Delhi : In signs of renewed trouble for the Bahujan Samaj Party boss Mayawati the apex court has agreed to hear a petition seeking the registration of fresh FIR against her in the disproportionate case.