Free Press Journal
  • Passenger’s bag creates ‘panic’ in train

    Ujjain : A bag found on a berth in a train left some passengers panic and called the GRP. According to information, Anurag Shukla, a resident of Mumbai, kept his luggage in the train at Borivali and went to buy water but the train departed before he could return to his seat. Anurag was heading to Bhopal to meet his family. Some of the passengers noticed the ‘abandoned’ bag and informed GRP

  • People’s reps to join Narmada sewa yatra

    HOSHANGABAD : District in-charge minister Surya Prakash Meena had given the instructions on Friday to all the MLA’s, public representatives and district administration that they should come forward and lead Namami Devi Narmade sewa yatra and  ensure all the arrangements, as this yatra would  entere the district on 10 January. He added that this yatra would be the first journey of the world which will be perform to save the rivers. This

  • SRA developers forcing civic schools to close: Corporators

    Mumbai : Members of the Brihunmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) education committee on Friday raised the issue of SRA developers taking over civic schools and forcing the schools to function in a single room premises. The members also alleged that the number of municipal schools have shut down drastically. The corporators who are members of the education committee have demanded that the officials take stern action against these developers.

  • Cleanliness message to reach homes through children

    SHIVPURI : Public health, family welfare, aayush and in-charge minister of the district Rustom Singh said that each and every citizen should do the efforts for the cleanliness and make the district ODF. The mentality should be changed and this change of thinking brought a new initiative for the pollution free environment. The school students can spread the cleanliness message to their parents and their friends in a better way. The minister

  • Many programmes organised on occasion of Geeta Jayanti

    Ujjain : Many programmes were organised in the city on the occasion of Geeta Jayanti.  Geeta Singing was organised at Manas Bhawan Ksheer Sagar with orchestra. Sukhnandan Joshi, Radheyshayam Patidar, Manmohan and Sanjay Vyas were also present on the occasion.

  • CA body ‘blocks’ RTI activist

    Mumbai : The Institute of Chartered Accountant of India (ICAI) issued a circular on Saturday restraining its members to not share any negative views regarding demonetisation by way of writing articles or giving interviews to any media. The ICAI uploaded this notice on their official site. This was brought to the notice of Right to Information Act activist, Anil Galgali who tweeted questioning the ethics to prevent criticism of the note ban.

  • CRA submits memo to collector

    Burhanpur: Consumer Rights’ Association (CRA) district president Mohan Patil, member Gopal Kalekar and others submitted a memo to the collector addressed to the manager of Madhya Pradesh Road Development Corporation, Indore. The memo states unsatisfactory construction of sewer in Sirpur village on SH 50 by Parth India Company.

  • Water woes: Civic body needs to adjust timings

    Ujjain Municipal Corporation’s decision to start water supply at 5:30am has caused a lot of heart burns among the people, especially women. Most of them want the timings be changed especially during winter. As morning are quite busy, corporation’s decision has only added to their woes. However, there are a few who feel that the decision will help people give up the habit of waking up late. MANASVINI VYAS lends ears to

  • Woman sentenced to life imprisonment

    Bagli : Additional Sessions Judge sentenced a woman to life imprisonment under Section 302 of the IPC and fined her Rs 5000. The judge also sentenced her to additional three years and one year rigorous imprisonment, imposing fines of Rs 3000 and Rs 500 under Sections 201 and 342 of the IPC respectively.

  • How Mahad mishap can be prevented

    Mumbai : Innovation with current news is the skills displayed by budding young science students. “Keeping the Mahad tragedy in mind we have designed this,” said Chanchal Rai and her teammate of L. S. Vidyalaya, Dahisar who displayed their exhibit named, ‘Surakshit Yatayat,’ (Safe road transport). Demonstrating the concept, Chanchal pulled a lever and the bridge made of cardboard collapsed immediately as an alarm siren was sounded with the red signal flashing

  • ‘Public representatives should adopt malnourished children’

    HOSHANGABAD : Food processing and horticulture minister and forest minister of the state and minister in-charge Surya Prakash Meena, on Friday, in the meeting of district planning committee said that those farmers who want permanent electricity connection, and if they apply online for the connection then electricity department should ensure to give them permanent connection on the basis of first come and first serve according to the work order. He also gave

  • Students shine in Khelo India Khelo meet

    Dewas : District-level ‘Khelo India Khelo’ competition was organised by Sports and Youth welfare Association at Kushabhau Thakre Stadium, Police Line Sports Ground and Tukoji Rao Pawar stadium.

  • Kho-Kho team welcomed

    Dewas : National team of Kho-Kho was welcomed and given kits at Central School. National coach Sudesh Sangte, special sports’ coach Kapil Shrivastav PET Shajapur, Kusumlata PET Bhatinda and coach Ravi Girijapurkar were chief guests. Principal Kiran Mishra gave souvenirs to guests. The team will be participating in Kho-Kho tournament that will commence from December 14th. Currently, the players are undergoing training.

  • Panchayat polls: Polling concludes peacefully

    MORENA : The polling of eight panchayat of the district was concluded peacefully on 32 polling centres on Saturday. Collector Vinod Sharma posted RO, ARO, sector magistrate and sufficient police force at the centres. Total 52.7 percent voting was done here.

  • Unwritten dress code the norm in colleges

    Mumbai : While South Mumbai’s St. Xavier’s College has banned ripped jeans in its premises, in most city colleges not wearing shorts and sleeveless tops seems to be an unwritten rule.

  • ‘Dangal’ a very challenging first film, says Aamir Khan

    Superstar Aamir Khan says “Dangal” was a challenging first film for Fatima Sana Sheikh and Sanya Malhotra as the project was physically grueling and the debutants suffered many injuries during their wrestling training.