Free Press Journal
  • Indore: National meet on vet physiology concludes

    Mhow: The two-day National Conference on Veterinary Physiology concluded here at the Veterinary College on Thursday. During the conference, seven detailed research papers and 35 other papers were submitted by leading scientists from across the nation.

  • Indore: ‘Bhoomi pujan’ of gardens performed

    Mhow: Under the ongoing development works being carried out by Mhowgaon Nagar Parishad, the residents of the town received two more gifts as the ‘bhoomi pujan’ of proposed gardens of town’s Shree Nath Colony and Harinagar Colony were performed on Wednesday.

  • Indore: Basera old-age home awarded

    Dewas: Under the guidance of collector Ashutosh Awasthi, the Basera old-age home, operated by the social justice department was awarded the Best Service old-age home at the National Conference in Bhopal by social justice commissioner VK Botham and senior citizens’ national commission president VG Dharmadhikari. Manager of the old age home Dinesh Choudhary was given a shawl and a coconut in recognition of his efforts.

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    PM Narendra Modi to green-light major projects during Mumbai visit

    Mumbai: Keeping an eye on the forthcoming Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) elections to be held early next year, the Bharatiya Janta Party led government has organised an extravagant function for Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday. Modi will lay the foundation stone of the Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Memorial in the Arabian Sea off Girgaum Chowpatty.

  • Indore: Students informed about child and women rights at awareness programme

    Burhanpur: A programme was organised under the joint aegis of district Legal Service Authority, Lioness Club (LC) Burhanpur and Greater Life for Humanity at Bairy Maidan in Khairati Bazar Government Higher Secondary School on Wednesday. The programme was aimed at spreading awareness regarding rights of women and children.

  • Ujjain: Conflict between two groups at Neemanvasa

    Ujjain: In an incident two groups clashed in Neemanvasa at Maksi Road on Wednesday night. According to information, Rekha (40), wife of Ratanlal Bargunda, a resident of Neemanwasa alleged that Rahul and Rupesh Malviya pelted stones, manhandled, threatened to kill and used abusive language on account of an old dispute. On the statement of Rekha, Chimanganj Mandi police registered a case under sections 336, 294, 506 and 34 of the IPC.

  • Ujjani: Prize distribution ceremony of Karate Academy held

    Ujjain: Prize distribution programme of Karate Academy was held on Friday. Collector Sanket Bhondve was chief guest. The programme was conducted by Hardayal Singh Thakur and gratitude was expressed by Deepak Pande.

  • Ujjain: 200 students participate in various contests

    Ujjain: About 200 students of schools, colleges and Vikram University participated in the poster, model, charts, rangoli competitions organised by Atal Bihari Vajpayi Hindi Vishwa Vidyalaya, Bhopal to mark the occasion of ‘National Mathematics Day’, here on Thursday.

  • Ujjain: Stray dog bites off woman’s ear

    Ujjain: A woman was attacked by a stray dog which bit away her ear, leaving her seriously injured. Victim Bhuribai (40), wife of Anandilal, was bitten by the dog while she was working outside her house. She was brought to the hospital where the severed piece of the ear will be re-attached by surgery. Her family members said a large number of stray dogs was a nuisance in the area, but no

  • Ujjain: Congress sees red on UMC’s spree to enter record book

    Ujjain: Claiming that BJP-ruled Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) Board has gone bankrupt, main opposition party Congress on Thursday opposed the board’s move to spend a large sum on forming a human chain so that UMC could make an entry into Golden Book of World Records.

  • Ujjain: Workshop by BJYM on ‘Cashless India’ today

    Ujjain: To promote the cashless India campaign of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a workshop on ‘Cashless India’ will be held on Friday at Polytechnic College, Dewas Road at 2.30 PM. The workshop will be organised by city unit of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM).

  • Independent director Nusli Wadia removed from Tata Steel board

    New Delhi: Tata Steel today said its independent director Nusli Wadia has been removed from the company’s board, with 90.8 per cent of shareholders present at yesterday’s EGM voting in favour of his ouster.

  • ED attaches assets worth Rs 1,250 crore including 8 hotels, Rolls Royce car

    Kolkata: The Enforcement Directorate on Thursday attached assets to the tune of Rs 1,250 crore, including eight hotels and a Rolls Royce luxury car, in connection with its money laundering probe in the Rose Valley chit fund scam case where thousands of people were allegedly cheated in West Bengal and Odisha. Officials said the agency issued a provisional attachment order for seizing hotels of the group located in Jaipur (Rajasthan), Port Blair (Andaman and Nicobar

  • Ujjain: Cool wind from hills leaves Ujjain shivering

    Ujjain: Continuous snowfall in higher reaches of Himalaya and northern India has led to an increase in chill in the district. Cold winds coming from hilly areas have led to a dip in temperature.   For the second consecutive day on Thursday, the city recorded minimum temperature of 7.5 degree Celsius.

  • Delhi LG Najeeb Jung resigns in surprise move

    New Delhi: In a sudden move, Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung resigned on Thursday, ending a nearly three-and-half- year-long eventful tenure, mostly marked by bitter confrontation with AAP government on a range of issues that virtually brought governance to a halt on many occasions.

  • PM Modi says Opposition is giving ‘cover fire’ to help corrupt, mocks Rahul Gandhi

    Varanasi: Slamming the opposition for stalling Parliament over demonetisation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today likened it to the “cover fire” given by Pakistani forces to help terrorists in infiltration and mocked Rahul Gandhi for his “earthquake” remark, saying he has “learnt to speak”.

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    Feeling Insufficient’ – first step in spirituality

    If you want to know something beyond what you are right now, you must see that the way you are right now is not sufficient. Unless there is a strong sense of insufficiency, you will not seek anything big; you will not seek anything with great intensity.