Free Press Journal
  • 110 Krishna devotees take Diksha at ISKCON camp

    Ujjain :  Diksha ceremony was performed at the camp of ISKCON located here in Mangalnath zone of Simhastha fair area on Monday. Total 110 devotees of Lord Krishna were initiated in the camp. About 65 devotees took Diksha from Bhakticharu Maharaj while 45 took Diksha from Loknath Swami Maharaj of Nirvani Akhara. Bhakticharu Maharaj while addressing the devotees said, Diksha is a way to achieve supreme knowledge under the guidance of Guru.

  • Rs 36,000 cr gobbled up in state in past 10 yrs: AAP

    BHOPAL : The Aam Aadmi Party has alleged that financial irregularities to the tune of Rs 36,000 crores were committed in the state in the period 2004-15 and has demanded a probe by a retired High Court judge into them.

  • ‘Indian culture preserved global values from time immemorial’

    Ujjain :  An international research seminar under the joint aegis of  Mauni Thirth Sevarth Foundation, Rashtriya Shikshak Sanchetna and International Research Journal was organised at Mouni Thirth located Ganga Ghat.

  • RSS directs all BJP CMs to attend Vaicharik Mahakumbh

    BHOPAL :  The chief ministers of all BJP-ruled states will attend the three-day ‘Vaicharik Mahakumbh’ to be held at Ninora of Ujjain district from May 12 to 14. The CMs and key Union ministers have been directed by Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) to attend this event.

  • Vehicle-lifter gang busted; 11 bikes seized

    BHOPAL :  Gautam Nagar police busted inter-state vehicle lifters gang and nabbed two members of the gang at Prem Nagar and recovered one dozen two wheelers from their possession on Sunday.

  • Admin stops marriage of 16-yr-old girl

    BHOPAL  :  The district administration stopped the marriage of a 16-year-old girl in Cholla Mandir area on Monday.

  • Tractor overturns, one dead

    BHOPAL :  A 25-year-old youth died after the tractor in which he was travelling overturned in Bichnai village, Berasia area, police said on Monday.

  • Ghoradongri polls: Saudan Singh has his way

    BHOPAL :  The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national co-organisational general secretary Saudan Singh had the better of the BJP organisation as far as Ghoradongri bye-polls are concerned.

  • Weather conditions to remain same in days to come

    Ujjain :  As the predictions of the meteorological department in view of 2nd Shahi Snan went accurate, the weather conditions are likely to remain same in the days to come. As per the predictions, Ujjain region will experience drizzles everyday from May 15.

  • Apex court grants temporary bail to Tinu Joshi

    BHOPAL : The Supreme Court, on Monday, granted temporary bail to sacked IAS officer Tinu Joshi. Her husband Arvind Joshi is already on bail.

  • ‘Don’t think Dhoni has losen faith in Ashwin’

    Mumbai :  Struggling R Ashwin has not been given his full quota of overs by Rising Pune Supergiants captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni in a few IPL matches this season but former India pacer Ajit Agarkar does not view it as a sign of lack of faith in the off-spinner.

  • Ramandiya Nirmohi boycotts 2nd Shahi Snan

    Ujjain :  Saint Parmatmadas and his allies of Ramandiya Nirmohi Akhara boycotted the 2nd Shahi Snan over the ongoing dispute for the post of Shri Mahant of Nirmohi Ani Akhara, here on Monday.

  • Kshipra ghats flaunt royal grandeur

    Ujjain :  Pilgrims from every corner of the nation took holy dip in Kshipra on the occasion of second Shahi Snan of Simhastha Mahakumbh. A spate of devotees arrived in the city to be a part of the century’s second Simhastha Kumbh Mela.

  • Skies open up in evening; humidity up

    BHOPAL :  A day after the rainfall activity stopped in the state capital on Sunday, the sun shone in a partly cloudy sky on Monday with no possibilities of rain anytime soon.

  • Foreign remittance into Tyagi’s a/c under lens

    New Delhi : The CBI on Monday quizzed former IAF chief S P Tyagi about the “foreign remittances” into his account two years after his retirement.

  • MPPSC to clear backlog of 3 exams this year

    Indore :  In order to clear backlog, the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) would complete the process for three civil service exams for the years- 2013, 2014 and 2015- this year.

  • ED team may soon visit S’pore, other countries

    New Delhi : Aiming to trace the money trail in VVIP choppers deal, a team of ED officials may soon travel to a few countries, including Singapore, and seek expediting the process of replies to its judicial requests issued in the case.