Free Press Journal
  • Residents demand ban on entry of heavy vehicles in residential areas

    Ujjain : Irked over the recent death of a woman in a road accident that took place in the residential area of Ravindra-Nirman Nagar, residents met SP MS Verma and demanded ban on the entry of heavy vehicles in the locality, on Friday.

  • People throng markets for Diwali shopping

    Mhow : Chaos prevailed on roads as people came out in large number to make last minute purchases for Diwali on Friday.

  • Punjab Jewellers announces lucky winner

    Indore : Punjab Jewellers has announced the name of lucky winner of its Diwali festive offer who won an Apple iphone 7. According to a press release issued, Akansha Mangal has been selected as the first winner through a lucky draw. Under the offer, every buyer will also get discount up to 100% on making charges. Punjab Jewellers is more than just a name – it is a lasting legacy. The finest

  • Zila Panchayat prez demands FIR against hostel wardens

    Ujjain : Zila Panchayat president Mahesh Parmar has demanded FIR against the wardens of Kasturba Gandhi Girls Hostel for indulging in corruption. Departmental inquiry has been initiated against the wardens under MP Civil Service Classification Control & Appeal Rule, MP Panchayat Service 1999.

  • 10 quintal Mawa seized from 2 vehicles

    HOSHANGABAD : A team of the food department caught 10 quintals of Mawa late night on Saturday at the local taxi stand. The Mawa was kept in a sack between bundles of newspapers. It looked synthetic at the first glance.

  • Nayi Soch: Team India sports jerseys with mothers’ names

    Mumbai: In an attempt to promote gender equality, the Indian cricket team on Saturday sported jerseys with their mothers’ names during the fifth and final ODI against New Zealand in Visakhapatnam.

  • ‘No choice for MCA but to accept SC order on reforms at SGM’

    Mumbai : The Sharad Pawar-headed Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) has no alternative but to implement in totality the Supreme Court order, based on the Justice Lodha Committee recommendations on sweeping reforms in cricket governance, feels its former Managing Committee member Ravi Mandrekar.

  • Women celebrate Roop Chaturdashi in traditional style

    Ujjain : Roop Chaturdashi falls on one day prior to Diwali. As the word ‘Roop’ (beauty) suggests, girls and women indulge in grooming their looks as a tradition on the occasion. And with no exception parlours of the city had a tough time on Saturday as more number of women thronged beauty salons on the occasion of Roop Chaturdashi.

  • Ministry decides to advertise for foreign coaches

    New Delhi: Seeking to bring in transparency, the Sports Ministry on Saturday said the hiring of foreign coaches for various disciplines will be done through open advertisement. Sports Minister Vijay Goel approved has the proposal which emerged at a meeting he had with senior officers of his Ministry and Sports Authority of India in New Delhi on Friday. “This will bring more names before the foreign coaches Selection Committee in addition to

  • Diwali and Eid are same for these Muslim girls

    Bagli : Rangolis have its own importance in celebrating the festival of Diwali. Women and girls give their best to make attractive rangolis on this occasion.

  • LED bulbs to light up city streets

    HOSHANGABAD : A special meeting of municipality was held here on Saturday in the presence of the chairman Akhilesh Khandelwal, CMO Pawan Kumar Singh, assistant engineer Maheshchandra Agrawal, Ramesh Verma, health officer CM Mishra, sanitation inspector Rajesh Soni and office superintendent Dr Prashant Jain, besides all the corporators and MLA representatives were present.

  • 11 injured as bus overturns

    Dewas : Eleven passengers were injured when the bus, in which they were travelling, turned turtle near Shivpur Mundla village on Dewas-Chapda Road.  Condition of the four injured was stated to be critical. The bus driver fled from the scene soon after the mishap. Hatpipliya police station incharge Phool Chand Dubey later admitted the injured to Dewas Hospital. A case was filed in this regard.

  • Start promotion eight to six months before U-17 WC, FIFA advises India

    Kolkata : Underscoring the need for a comprehensive promotional campaign to ensure the success of next year’s U-17 World Cup, football’s global governing body FIFA has advised India to build up the event gradually and in phases starting six to eight months before the showpiece tourney begins in October 2017.

  • Diwali and Eid are same for these Muslim girls

    Bagli: Rangolis have its own importance in celebrating the festival of Diwali. Women and girls give their best to make attractive rangolis on this occasion.

  • Neutral venues producing results in Ranji Trophy

    The 2016-17 Ranji Trophy season played at neutral venues is being watched with a lot of curiosity. The teams are into their fourth round of matches and its time for some stock-taking.

  • When Taapsee was asked about her wedding

    You can shoot questions to our actress and they’ll answers bang on. The new generation of actresses have a great way of answering questions with sarcasm. So this is what happened when Taapsee Pannu was asked about her marriage by a relative. Answering a few other questions as Shubarna Mukherjee Shu talks to Taapsee after the success of PINK.