Free Press Journal
  • Passing through Jawahar Marg proving to be a daunting task

    Indore : Jawahar Marg is a victim of jams and crawling traffic due to haphazard parking. It is both commercial and residential area, and a witness to heavy traffic throughout the day. Many by lanes converse on the main road and they are forever choked with parked vehicles. Besides normal traffic of cars and two-wheelers, loading vehicles, city buses and school buses also ply on this road.

  • A perfect way to rejoice and celebrate I-Day

    Indore : From I-Day celebrations to making of eco-friendly Ganesha idols, ‘Swatantra Anubhav – Joy of Freedom’ is the perfect way to rejoice and celebrate the freedom of India at Mangosteen Cafe on August 15.

  • Dusty, bumpy ride to Boat Club, IGRMS

    BHOPAL : Boat Club is one of most preferred tourist spots in the state capital. But the road leading to the picturesque spot is in a poor state. Visitors have to face problems reaching the spot.

  • Training workshop for management students

    BHOPAL : A full day session on “Student to CEO” was organised exclusively for management students on Saturday. The trainer, psychologist and counsellor Dr Neelkanthan, having worked as Indian Coast Guard Officer, is a leading trainer of Oxford University Press, conducting Pan India workshops. He is an expert counsellor for psychological wellbeing and achieving enhanced relationships for success in life. Dr Neelkanthan designed a special training module for the management students which

  • Assembly to meet on Aug 24 to clear GST Bill

    BHOPAL: The State Assembly would meet on August 24 to discuss the 122nd Constitutional Amendment Bill related to GST. The monsoon session of the House is yet to be prorogued and hence the sitting will be held without the Governor issuing a notification. No other official or non-official business would be transacted in the sitting. (FPNS)

  • Over dozen welfare schemes reviewed during Disha’s maiden meeting

    Ujjain : The maiden meeting of District Development Coordination and Monitoring Committee (Disha) was held in the city on Saturday. More than a dozen schemes of various departments were reviewed by Member of Parliament Chintamani Malviya and Union minister Thawarchand Gehlot during the meeting.

  • Thieves’ gang busted, 4 held with weapons

    Ujjain : City police have arrested a gang of thieves on Saturday. The miscreants have confessed their involvement in several cases of thefts took place in the city.

  • One more memorable evening for city’s music lovers

    Ujjain : Presentation by eminent artistes Devanshu Yadav, Anuradha Podwala and Shailja Nalwade will enthrall the audience during the third cultural evening to be held under Sharavan Mahotsava celebrations at Mahakal Pravchan Hall, on Sunday.

  • Sevadham shelters woman & kid

    Ujjain: Sevadham Ashram gave shelter to a woman and her kid who were found roaming on streets in Indore in a programme on Saturday. 32-year-old Champa, who is mentally ill, used to roam on streets along with her five-year old kid Lavkush. On the request of woman police station in-charge Jyoti Sharma, Sudhir Goyal gave shelter to the duo. International issues experts Dr Vedpratap Vedic, former Governor of Himachal and others were

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  • Internet Mogul Who ‘Kicked’ His Girlfriend Jailed!

    San Francisco: An Indian-origin Silicon Valley internet mogul who sold his startup for USD 300 million at the age of 25 and appeared on “The Oprah Winfrey Show” as a highly eligible bachelor has been sentenced to a year in jail for violating his probation in a domestic violence case.