Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai: Fire near Masjid Bunder station leaves lakhs stranded

    Mumbai: Woes for commuters on Central Railways continue yet again. Right at the peak hour on Monday evening, a fire broke out in the slums at the LCC compound, located at Dana Bunder area near Ashok hotel between Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus and Masjid railway station.

  • Ujjain: Thefts on trains continue unabated

    Ujjain: On board passengers are continuously victimised by thieves and security bodies of the railway administration GRP and RPF seem to be ineffective to check these incidents of theft.

  • Ujjain: Digambar Jain members administered oath of office

    Ujjain: Oath taking ceremony of Digambar Jain Social Group Ujjaiyini’ executive committee was held with unfurling of the national flag.

  • 2 accidents reported, Ujjain Municipal Corporation reluctant

    Ujjain: Citizen seemed to be wondering what Ujjain municipal corporation (UMC) is waiting for, as two accidents due to stray cattle in two consecutive days were reported in the city and no action has been taken by the UMC to stop the menace.

  • Ujjain: Exhibition inaugurated at Seva Sangam

    Ujjain: A three-day Seva Sangam programme was organised by Seva Bharti Malwa Prant at Madhav Seva Nyas. On this occasion, an exhibition was also held on Monday.

  • Nashik: 1 lakh people take darshan in Trimbakeshwar

    Nashik: Over one lakh devotees attended the Sant Nyruttinath Maharaj fair in Trimbakeshawar and took darshan on Monday. The warkaris (foot pilgrims) are the hallmark of this annual fair as they come on foot from as far as MP, Gujarat, AP, Karnataka and nearly all districts of Maharashtra.

  • Ujjain: Exhibition at Dream India School

    Ujjain: An exhibition of models made by the students were organised at the Dream India School. A free medical examination camp was also organized on the occasion. Dr Harsh Mangal and Dr Sapna Mangal of Saharsh Hospital examined the students and their parents. Principal Sompratap Singh Kushwah and Shailendra Baghel proposed the vote of thanks.

  • Ujjain: Patwari booked for suspected land fraud; absconding

    Ujjain: Police booked a patwari suspected of fraudulently selling a prime land on Indore Road by forging documents. Nanakheda police filed an FIR against the accused patwari Shantilal Jaiswal for selling 10, 000 square feet land at Goyala Khurd on Indore Road to Lakhan, resident of Indore, Gourav Nayak, resident of Ujjain, and three others.

  • Ujjain: Admin top brass reviews strategy, preparations

    Ujjain: In a major boost to the district, various schemes and plans have been launched under the ambitious ‘Nagar Uday Abhiyan’ initiative taken by the government which will impact the lives of over 1 lakh beneficiaries in the district.

  • SC seeks Centre’s response on Lodha suggestions for other sports bodies

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday sought the Centres response to a petition seeking that the recommendations of Justice Lodha Committee for organisational reforms in the Indian cricket board BCCI should be extended to all other national sports bodies.

  • Four National Waterways to be constructed in Maharashtra

    Mumbai: Considering the increasing congestion and inconvenience on road and railways, waterways in Maharashtra are now proposed to be used as a medium to transport goods and ferry passengers. The Inland Waterways Authority of India (IWAI) has begun the work to initiate navigation of cargos and passengers on four rivers of Maharashtra.

  • The National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority: Fixed price of stents

    Mumbai: The National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) had decided to halve the price of life-saving coronary stents in December 2016. At that time some distributors and hospitals had raised concerns for the losses they would make. The affordability of patients was given secondary importance. Now with the NPPA decision, patients may not have to pay more than Rs 70,000 for a drug-eluting or biodegradable stent.

  • A Hindu Call for Religious Pluralism

    Hinduism is the largest pluralistic religion in the world. It teaches that there are many paths, many sages and many holy books, and that no religion can claim any exclusive or final representation of truth. This does not mean that Hinduism does not recognize a unity to truth.