Free Press Journal
  • Ujjain: Budhwariya Haat Vikas Yojana sanctioned

    Ujjain: The oldest Budhwariya Haat adjacent to Fazalpura will take its new shape as Rs 367.50 lakh were sanctioned for its development.

  • Sant-Pujari Mahashang holds dharna at Bhopal

    Ujjain: Sant-Pujari Mahasangh staged a huge dharna at Bhopal for fulfillment of the demands. Thousand of sants lit their dhuni and sat around the same.

  • Ujjain: Lab technician dies in suspicious condition

    Ujjain: A youth working as a laboratory technician at Pooja Pathology in front of SS Gupta Hospital at Freeganj died in suspicious condition following a brief illness. According to information, Sushil Sisoudiya of Ambedakar Nagar, Kalapatthar was feeling giddy when he reached the laboratory and fell down after some time. The staff members took him immediately to Gurunank Hospital where he died during treatment. Cousin of the diseased Vijay Parmar alleged Sushil

  • Sasikala back in jail; all eyes on governor C Vidyasagar Rao

    Bengaluru/Chennai: AIADMK General Secretary V K Sasikala, held guilty for corruption, on Wednesday returned to the Bengaluru jail even as all eyes were tonight on Governor C Vidyasagar Rao over the swearing-in of the new Chief Minister after Edapaddi K Palaniswami and rival O Panneerselvam met him with claims of majority support of AIADMK MLAs.

  • stone-pelting

    Army chief warns of tough action against stone-pelters in J&K

    New Delhi: Acknowledging that the hostile conduct of locals was causing higher casualties in the Kashmir valley, Army chief Bipin Rawat today warned those attacking security forces during anti-militancy operations of “tough action”.

  • UP Assembly polls: Over 65 pc turnout in ‘sensitive’ 2nd phase

    Lucknow/Dehradun: The second phase of polling in the key cow belt state of Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday saw 65 per cent polling, while at 68 per cent, Uttarakhand posted a record as voting in the assembly elections to two states remained peaceful.

  • In a record, ISRO sends 104 satellites into orbit, betters Russian feat

    Sriharikota (AP): Scripting history, India on Wednesday successfully launched a record 104 satellites – all but three of them foreign – from here and put them into orbit in a single mission onboard its most dependable Polar rocket.

  • Taiwan team in India: China lodges protest

    Beijing/New Delhi: China has lodged a protest with India for hosting a Taiwanese parliamentary delegation and asked it to deal “prudently” with Taiwan-related matters but New Delhi dismissed the issue saying no “political meanings” should be read into such trips.

  • Mumbai: After Google Maps, cops use drones to track hooch dens

    Bhayander: Early on Wednesday morning, a police team led by Senior Police Inspector- Rajendra Kamble  began a search operation to weed out illicit liquor brewers (haath-bhatti’s)  in isolated zones running deep into the swamps and creek tracts of  Bhayandar.

  • Civic polls: BJP seeks curbs on ‘Saamana’

    MUMBAI: A state BJP functionary has written to the State Election Commission seeking ‘ban’ on publication of Shiv Sena mouthpiece Saamana, claiming it would ‘impress’ voters even after campaigning for civic polls comes to end.

  • Congress, Shiv Sena tie up for Raigad civic polls

    Raigad: In a case of ‘strange bedfellows’, sworn political rivals, Congress and ruling ally Shiv Sena, have tied up for the upcoming Raigad Zilla Parishad and Panchayat Samiti elections here on Wednesday.

  • Nashik: Killer hooch brewed in govt hospital canteen

    Nashik: The spurious liquor, which has killed six persons so far in Ahmednagar, was said to have been brewed in the canteen of the State Government Civil (general) Hospital. About 10 persons are still reported serious, hospital sources said, while police detained 3 more persons on Wednesday.

  • Mumbai: Dadar building collapses on car, kills driver

    Mumbai: In a bizarre accident, a 35-year-old taxi driver succumbed to injuries which he sustained when one of the pillars of a ground plus three building collapsed buried his car in Hindu Colony area of Dadar (East) on Wednesday afternoon.

  • Mumbai: Man killed for refusing to dance at birthday party

    Mumbai: One 25-year-old man was killed by his friend after he refused to dance at the birthday party they had organised for a common friend at a lottery shop in Parsi Panchayat Road of Andheri (East). The incident took place between 3:30 am and 4:00 am on Tuesday.

  • Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj Ji

    Sexual Crimes- A National Problem

     Recently it was reported that a cellular company has proposed to provide free adult content to all its subscribers for 1 year. In the year 2014 Government of India made an attempt to ban pornography over internet through ISP’s(internet service provider)operating in India. However they failed to achieve it due to absence of legal or infrastructural framework support. The main contention of government behind this ban was the fear that porn promotes