Free Press Journal
  • Indore: One killed, another hurt over celebration

    Pithampur: It was a violent Rang Panchami celebration here at Akoliya village under Pithampur police station as one person was murdered and another injured after two groups entered into dispute over celebration in the village.

  • Indore: Rangpanchami celebrated with fervor in Dewas

    Dewas: Dewas town on Friday celebrated Rangpanchami in a peaceful manner as no untoward incident was reported from any part of the district. Tight police arrangements were made across the town to avert any untoward situation.

  • Indore: Dalai, CM to attend Narmada Seva Yatra

    Dewas: Preparation for the beginning of second phase of Narmada Seva Yatra in village Turnal is going on war footing. Buddhist preacher Dalai Lama and Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan set to arrive in the village on March 19 and will participate in the Narmada Seva Yatra. On the same day, they will also plant a Bodhi tree in the mass interaction event.

  • Indore: Additional commissioner inspects Dewas

    Dewas: Ujjain division’s additional commissioner Dr Ashok Bhargav conducted an inspection at Dewas sub–divisional magistrate, tehsildar and district panchayat offices. During inspection, Dr Bhargava instructed officials to remove discrepancies within a fixed timeframe.

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    Rahul Gandhi tries to rope in Sharad Pawar for anti-BJP front

    New Delhi: Seventy-six-year-old Maratha leader Sharad Pawar may once again play a major role in uniting national and regional forces and set up a broad front to halt the steady march of the BJP.

  • Ujjain: Bike thefts continue despite police claims

    Ujjain: A bike was stolen from Dussehra Maidan on Friday, despite the police claims at a press conference that the master mind of a gang of bike thieves was arrested with his allies. The thieves stole a bike number MP 13 MG 5380 belonging to Ayush, resident of Bahadurganj from Gitanjali Gym located at Dussehra Maidan. On the statement of the owner Nagar police authorities lodged an FIR under Section 379 of

  • Delhi horror rerun in Mumbai: Girl raped, falls off flat

    Mumbai: In a rerun of last week’s Delhi gang-rape, a 27-year-old woman in Mumbai jumped off a five-storey building after being raped by two men on Thursday night.

  • Ujjain: Liquor worth Rs 18000 confiscated

    Ujjain: Two people were arrested for illegal possession of at least 350 quarters of liquor. Neelaganga police arrested Rakesh Jayaswal, resident of Shanti Nagar and Manoj alias Taka, resident of Ekta Nagar and Sonu Dhakad, resident of Vrindvandham Colony around 1.30 pm liquor worth Rs 18 000 from Rajeev Ratna Colony. The police have filed an FIR under Section 34(2) of the Madhya Pradesh State Excise Act and seized a two wheeler

  • Ujjain: Over 1000 vacancies to be filled at 2-day career fair

    Ujjain: Ujjain administration and employment office is organizing a 2-day district level career fair in the city which opens today. The fair will be held at Haat Market, below Mahakal over-bridge on March 18 and 19 from 11 am to 3 pm.

  • Ujjain: Swarnim Bharat Manch holds ‘Rapatrolia’

    Ujjain: Swarnim Bharat Manch organised an entertaining programme ‘Rapatrolia’ at Gopal Mandir square on the occasion of Rangpanchami on Friday. People enjoyed the celebrations with colours, sandal powder and ‘multanimitti’.

  • Ujjainites paint the city red on ‘Rangpanchami’

    Ujjain: Rang Panchami was celebrated across the city enthusiastically on Friday. The young and old alike, took part in celebrations in Ujjain city and bordering villages.

  • Maharashtra: Shiv Sena keeps up Budget suspense

    Mumbai: The meeting between a delegation of BJP and Shiv Sena ministers led by chief minister Devendra Fadnavis and Union finance minister Arun Jaitley in New Delhi on Friday on loan waiver to the state’s farmers did not yield the desired results. The team from Maharashtra returned to Mumbai on Friday night itself. The Sena, which is an ally of the ruling BJP in Maharashtra, too, kept the suspense over whether it will allow the

  • Uttar Pradesh: Now, it’s kissa kursi ka

    Rajnath Singh told the press in Parliament that he neither knows about any race for the top job nor is he in any race.

  • Nashik: Irate relatives of deceased patient beat doctor, nurse

    Nashik: A doctor and a staff nurse of Nashik Civil hospital were beaten up by irate relatives of diseased patient here on Thursday night. The case in this relation was registered on Friday afternoon.

  • “Joy has no Duality”

    “Joy has no duality. It does not have happiness and unhappiness. It should never be confused with pleasures. Because the pleasure that looks today, the pleasure tomorrow will turn into remorse.