Free Press Journal
  • Uajin: Youth dies on railway track

    Ujjain: A youth came under a train while crossing the railway track on Thursday. On being informed, Kayatha Police prepared a panchanama and sent the body to the hospital for postmortem.

  • Ujjain: Body of missing youth found at Ramghat

    Ujjain: A floating body was noticed by the devotees at Ramghat bridge (Chhota Pul) on Thursday morning. After being informed, the Mahakal Police reached Ramghat, the corpse was taken out of the water and sent to the hospital for postmortem.

  • Ujjain: Pt Vyas gets Tripathi memorial award for 2017

    Ujjain: Prominent scholars were distributed special awards in memory of legendary litterateur Dr Rammurti Tripathi during a function held here on Thursday. Veteran litterateur Mohan Gupt presented the award for the year 2017 to Ravishankar Vyas (Raipur) in the presence of Kashi Vidyapeeth head Jagadguru Ramanandacharya Swami Ramnaresharya.

  • Ujjain: Team for cleanliness survey visits city

    Ujjain: The members of the team for cleanliness survey reached the city on Thursday. The team visited many places of the city, including dirty slum areas and clicked snaps for sending them to the superiors.

  • Ujjain: Yellow Card facility to be available from January 9

    Ujjain: Vehicle owners can apply for the Yellow Card from Thursday, which is a very useful document for the vehicle owner for safety and checking purpose. The cards will be started to be issued from January 9 during Transportation Week celebrations.

  • Ujjain: Collusion of police & money lenders instrumental in black money turning white

    Ujjain: Illegal money lenders extraordinarily exploited the demonetisation process of currency notes of Rs 1,000 and 500 after November 9, 2016. Having patronised by the police officials, such elements not only recovered huge money in interests from the commoners against the loans they gave them, but also blindsided the income tax department by hiding all their illegal assets.

  • Karnataka Home Minister G Parameshwara suspects ‘hidden agenda’

    Under attack over his controversial remarks on New Year eve molestation here, Karnataka Home Minister G Parameshwara asserted he was committed to protection of women and suspected a “hidden agenda” behind highlighting the incident. Parameshwara also said he was extremely pained that his statement on the alleged molestation incident had been interpreted out of context and not taken in its entirety.

  • 4 held for Bengaluru molestation

    Bengaluru : Four youths, including two delivery boys, were arrested for allegedly molesting and groping a young woman on New Year Day here, Bengaluru Police Commissioner Praveen Sood said on Thursday.

  • Major mineral water, soft drink brands booked for dual MRP

    Mumbai : Consumers have been fooled in various multiplexes and malls, says the Legal Metrology Organisation, which has conducted investigations exposing unfair practices of charging more than the Maximum Retail Price, the latest being illegally hiking the MRP price.

  • BJP to seek votes on demonetization in Assembly elections

    New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will play up Prime Minister Modi as its mascot in the upcoming Assembly elections in five states and seek votes on his demonetisation drive as part of the anti-corruption agenda he had held out in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.

  • Narendra Modi and Nitish Kumar are all praise for each other

    Patna: At the valedictory function of the 350th birth anniversary (Guru Parva) of Guru Govind Singh, public display of mutual admiration between prime minister Narendra Modi and Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar hinted at the possibility of a political realignment.

  • Mumbai: 55-yr-old man killed over dispute

    Mumbai :  A 55-year-old man was killed over a trivial issue inside a mosque in Airoli area of Navi Mumbai in the wee hours of Thursday. The deceased has been identified as Ishtiaq Ahmed Roshan Ali Shaikh (55), who was a carpenter in the mosque.

  • Mumbai: Minor blaze in Manish market, none hurt

    Mumbai: A minor fire broke out in a dilapidated building of Manish market near CST station on Thursday evening. Three fire tenders were rushed to spot. However, there were no casualties reported as the fire was doused within 30 minutes.

  • Mumbai: State asks Centre for NEET in Urdu

    Mumbai : In a response to demands of Students Islamic Organisation of India (SIO), the state medical education minister Girish Mahajan has written to the centre to include Urdu in the list of languages in which medical and dental entrance test NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) is conducted.