Free Press Journal
  • Buldhana rape case: 4 more held in Maharashtra rape case

    Buldhana (Maharashtra): Four more persons were held on Saturday in connection with the Buldhana rape case, where a 13-year old student was raped at an ashram school here.

  • Indore: National Lok Adalat on Nov 12

    Indore: A National Lok Adalat will be organised at Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court here on November 12.

  • Mistaken identity: Policeman thrashes Noida bank manager 

    Indore: A bank manager was allegedly thrashed by police in Geeta Bhawan area, on Friday. The policeman had detained him alleging that he’s a robber and roaming in the area for committing crime with a Gujarat registered bike. Later, the cop released him when he found the truth.

  • IMC to levy charges on collecting garbage from your house

    Indore: Having announced plans to start collecting garbage door-to-door in the entire city by November end, Indore Municipal Corporation said that it would be charging people for the facility.

  • Simi Case: Confusion reigns supreme; 5 probes in 4 days and still counting

    BHOPAL: The various probes initiated into the incident of jailbreak in Central Jail, Bhopal by SIMI undertrials and their subsequent deaths in an encounter, have created a state of confusion. Since Monday, the state government has announced five types of probes.

  • Ujjain Municipal Corporation to celebrate first anniversary on November 7

    Ujjain: Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC), which completed its first successful year on September 16, 2016, will organise a function on November 7, 2016 to mark the occasion. Lok Sabha speaker Sumitra Mahajan will be the chief guest at the programme.

  • Kartik Fair-2016 organising committees constituted in Ujjain

    Ujjain: Municipal speaker Sonu Gehlot constituted various organising committees to ensure the smooth function of the month-long fair, on Friday.  Mayor Meena Jonwal was appointed the president of the central committee while Sonu Gehlot was appointed the convener. Commissioner of municipal corporation Ashish Singh had appointed the secretaries of the said committees, earlier.

  • Hawkers caught stealing domestic gas

    Ujjain: Two hawkers were arrested by Kotwali police for stealing gas from cylinders with the help of nozzles. The police also recovered 9 gas cylinders and nozzles from them.On being informed, the Kotwali police arrested Govind, a resident of Nijatpura and Vijay, a resident of Bammanwada, who are hawkers and working for the Bharat Gas Agency. The police produced them in the court where they were granted bail.

  • State School Sports Meeting to conclude today in Ujjain

    Ujjain: The five-day State School Gymnastics & Mallkhamb Meet will conclude here on Saturday. The concluding programme will be held at Government Higher Secondary School Maharajwada-3 at 11 am in the presence of energy minister Paras Jain.

  • JPS students gain first-hand experience of consumer woes

    Baranagar: The CBSE initiative to give students a practical experience of lessons at school took another step forward when the Jain Public School (JPS), Baranagar conducted a project on ‘Protection of Consumers Rights’ on Friday.

  • 14th All India Goodwill Lecture Series: One who respects time touches new heights in life

    Ujjain: Youths should thoroughly prepare themselves to tread on the life journey. Time changes each moment. One who respects time touches the new heights in the life. The best use of time could bring drastic changes in life, said the editor of Yugpravah, Yugraj Jain on the second day of Padambhushan Dr Shivmangal Singh Suman memorial 14th All India Goodwill Lecture Series organised at Bharatiya Gyanpeeth, on Friday.

  • Malwani police arrest one for assualting Congress party workers

    Mumbai: One person was arrested by Malwani police for brutally assaulting a political party worker and his associates during the pre-dawn hours of Friday. One of the four accused involved in the crime has been arrested while others are still at large.

  • Unutilised civic funds setback for Sena-BJP in Mumbai

    Mumbai: Following the loss of taxpayer’s money amounting to Rs 212 crore, the ruling Shiv Sena- BJP in the civic body, fell flat on its face for under utilization of their councilor funds.