Free Press Journal
  • 13 students of PSC Academy secure administrative posts

    Ujjain : As many as 13 students of PSC Academy have bagged administrative positions after the final results of MP PSC-2013 were out. MP PSC had organised the examination for 755 posts. 13 students bagged the positions. Director Naim Khan told that the Academy’s students have been successfully shining in administrative services for the last 16 years. Adityaraj Chauhan bagged the position of financial tax officer, Nigahat Sultana as CMO, Kratika Mohta

  • Synora, Krishna take St. Blaise into semis

    Mumbai : St. Blaise High School after dropping the first two rubbers staged a remarkable recovery by winning the next three on the trot to overcome St. Joseph’s High School (State Board) 3-2 in an exciting senior girls’ team championship quarter-final round match in the 11Even Sports Inter-School Table Tennis State Championships, Maharashtra, 2016, sponsored by Robomate+, powered by Square Off Sports, and played at the Khar Gymkhana table tennis hall on

  • Comments on Tarun Sagar irk Jains

    Ujjain: Jain Community expressed deep anger over the objectionable comment tweeted by music director and singer Vishal Dadlani, on Tuesday. Community senior citizens and youths expressed their anger before people’s representatives and demanded action against the singer. A memorandum was submitted to the SDM regarding the same.

  • Uniforms distributed to ‘divyang’ students

    Ujjain : Lions Club Ujjaiyini and Premsagar Vishes Vidyalaya avam Chaatrawas Khilchipur organised a programme, in which uniform and fruits were distributed to the physically challenged students.

  • Pickpocketing incidents reported

    Ujjain: A number of incidents of pick pocketing were reportedly committed during the royal procession of lord Mahakal taken out here on Monday. In spite of deploying more than 1000 policemen on the route of royal procession of Mahakaal, several complaints were lodged of pick pocketing in the police station. Many persons lost their mobile and cash due to pick pocketing, though guards in civil dress were also deployed on the path.

  • 2nd phase of RTI admission begins on Sept 1

    Ujjain: Under the Right to Education Act, the second phase of selection of private schools for free admission in class I, will start from September 1, 2016. The children who could not get admission in the first phase would be eligible for the second phase, the school education department issued orders in this regard. Parents are told to visit the portal “Shiksha ke Adhikar” and select at least three schools for their

  • Centre mulls plan to scrap 12-15 lakh heavy vehicles

    NEW DELHI : With the Supreme Court breathing down its neck on air pollution caused by old diesel vehicles, the Centre has expedited a policy to scrap 12 to 15 lakh heavy vehicles — trucks and buses that are over 15 years old in the first phase of scheme, giving a compensation of Rs 2-3 lakh to their owners.

  • Tata Motors lines up new vehicles, to phase out legacy products

    New Delhi : Tata Motors is lining up new offerings across segments and is looking at phasing out “legacy products” as well as some suppliers as it aims to be amongst the country’s top three passenger vehicle makers in three years.

  • Police suspect family’s role in double murder

    Ujjain : Police suspected role of family members in the double murder that took place in a village near Makdon few days ago. According to Makdon police station in-charge Yashwant Pal, they could not believe the statement of deceased’s second wife Rajubai and suspected the involvement of the family in the double murder. A man and his daughter-in-law were murdered in village Delchi. Manaji, 70 son of Anupji Malviya and Gangadevi, 67

  • Plantation programme held at Nakshatra Vatika

    Ujjain : Ujjain Development Authority (UDA) organised a tree plantation programme in Rajeev Gandhi Garden’s Nakshtra Vatika behind ISKCON Temple at Bharatpuri in the special presence of the UDA chairman Jagdish Agrawal and BJP chief Iqbal Singh Gandhi. Energy minister Paras Jain was the chief guest of the programme. CEO of UDA Shivendra Singh informed that tree plantation was done on astrological basis and most of the plants were medicinal plants. Names

  • FDI proposals worth Rs105 crore cleared

    New Delhi: The inter-ministerial body FIPB on Tuesday cleared six foreign investment proposals worth Rs 105 crore.The Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) has cleared six out of 13 proposals, a senior Finance Ministry official said.

  • Shani Dham to provide ambulance service for pregnant women

    Ujjain : With the auspicious inauguration of the service by Dati Maharaj on Tuesday, Shree Siddha Shakti Peeth Shani Dham will now provide ambulance service for the pregnant women. Food grains were also distributed to 500 ladies to mark the beginning of the ambulance service.