Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Direct flight to Chennai from April 5

    Indore: Here is good news for frequent flyers of domestic and international routes as leading private airliner Indigo will start Indore-Chennai direct flight from April 5. Starting of this service will not only facilitate direct flight to another metro city in the country but also avail another boarding point for international flight.

  • Ratchanok fears of knee injury again

    New Delhi : Left nursing a knee injury for six months, Ratchanok Intanon says the fear of a relapse is on her mind as she braces up for the uphill task of defending three successive titles starting with the India Open.

  • Indore: India should learn from Trump said Bharat Jhunjhunwala

    Indore: Hailing President Donald Trump’s move to check entry of job aspirants from other countries into US, economist Bharat Jhunjhunwala here on Wednesday said that he was doing that so that more and more Americans can get job in their own country.

  • Indore: Patanjali group gets possession of 44 acres in Pithampur

    Indore: Yoga guru Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali group has given possession of 44 acre land for its food processing plant at Pithampur. Officials of Audhyogic Kendra Vikas Nigam (AKVN) Indore on Tuesday handed over the procession letter of 44 acre land to officials of Patanjali.

  • Indore: 3 separate incidents of eve-teasing reported

    Indore: Three separate eve-teasing incidents were reported in city during last 24 hours. In one of the incidents, the accused was nabbed by crowd and handed over to police while in other cases the accused succeeded to flee from the spot.

  • Indore: Graduation ceremony of senior Montessori kids at Choithram School

    Indore: Graduation ceremony of Senior Montessori students was organised at Choithram School, Manik Bagh on Wednesday. The programme commenced with welcome dance presented by the students of Junior Montessori. Students of Senior Montessori presented vibrant dance performances and were graduated to move ahead for their formal education.

  • Indore: Swarnkar community celebrates Gangaur

    Dewas: Gangaur festival was organised by women mandal of Swarnakar community in which the women took part with great enthusiasm and a procession was taken out by them.

  • Ujjain: Cheti Chand festival begins

    Dewas: Birth anniversary festival of Lord Jhulelal Varun Devta started with havan. President of the society, Shankarlal Talreja, said that the six day festival of Lord Jhulelal started on Tuesday at 11 am with flag hoisting and havan ceremony by the people of the society. After midnight a huge mass feast was organised which continued till 4 pm. On the occasion secretary Ram Manvani, all the officie-bearers, executive members, members of Sindhu

  • Indore: Fair organised for Gangaur fest

    Dewas: Celebrating Gangaur fest in the town, members of Maheshwari Sakhi Organisation organised a fun fair here on Tuesday. In the fair, various competitions were organised and entire community members participated in the events.

  • Indore: Rituals performed on Vaishya Day

    Dewas: On the eve of Vaishya Day various religious rituals were performed with great enthusiasm at MG Road Khedapati Temple.

  • Ujjain: Simhastha area to be made encroachment free

    Ujjain: Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) will soon initiate a drive to remove encroachments and illegal constructions from the Simhastha area. Commissioner Ashish Singh said the first phase of the drive would involve removal of illegally constructed marriage gardens from Mangalnath Road and Khak Chowk. A team of UMC along with a magistrate, appointed by the collector and police force will conduct the drive on April 4.

  • Indore: Blood donation camp at Army War College

    Mhow: Celebrating the 47th Raising Day of Army War College, Mhow, a blood donation camp was organised here on Wednesday. The camp was organised in association with MY Hospital blood bank. Over 300 armed forces personnel and their family members donated blood on the occasion.Lt Gen Rajeev Tewari, Commandant Army War College, inaugurated the camp by being the first donor and thanked all the donors, complimenting them for their noble gesture, stating

  • Ujjain: Residents submit memo to Superintendent of police

    Ujjain: Residents of village Bichhdoud Khalsa, Ghattiya block, have submitted a memorandum to the Superintendent of police demanding that the liquor shop from the village be removed. The memorandum followed women lodging complaints about being harassed on account of the liquor shop. Residents requested the police to take immediate action.

  • Doctors attacked again, this time at the civil hospital in Thane

    Mumbai: There’s trouble brewing in government-run hospitals all over again. Despite security assurances given to doctors by Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, three of them were attacked at Thane civil hospital while on duty by a dozen people on Wednesday.

  • Ujjain: Bindeshwar Pathak to receive National Krantiveer award

    Ujjain: Gandhian and Padmabhushan award recipient, Dr Bindeshwar Pathak will be honoured with the 19th National Krantiveer award at an award ceremony to be held at Datt Akhad, Kshipratat on April 4 at 6:30 pm. The award is given every year in the memory of freedom fighter, social worker, author and journalist, late Ranchandra Raghuvanshi.

  • Ujjain: Balodyan to be developed as bird sanctuary

    Ujjain: Prabuddh Mitra Mandal and Prabhat Mitra Mandal have begun procedures to develop Balodyan as a bird sanctuary. The development of sanctuary was started with the release of 5 pigeons on the occasion of Gudi Padwa and planting saplings for environment conservation. Patron of both the groups, Rajendra Vashishtha said all needs of birds like water and food will be made available at the sanctuary and more than 50 nests will be

  • Lok Sabha passes 4 key GST Bills, India inches closer to July rollout

    New Delhi: The proposed Goods and Services Tax (GST) legislation moved a step closer to reality on Wednesday with the Lok Sabha approving four Bills that will subsume a profusion of central and state indirect taxes and help create a single, unified market.

  • Ujjain: Water pots distributed for birds

    Ujjain: Members of Mera Pados-Mera Parivar Sansthan have initiated a drive to distribute water pots residents of the city. With intense summer already in and temperatures soaring, natural resources of water beginning to dry up, birds had to fly miles to get water. These pots will hence be put at open spaces like terraces and porches. Parvati Sharma, Dayalu Parmar, Rakesh Suryavanshi, Raju Chouhan, Chetan Meghwal, Vishal Malviya and Rupesh Lashkari took

  • Ujjain: Truck rams police bus killing one

    Ujjain: A truck reportedly collided with a police vehicle at Unhel Road near Sadumata Temple, here on Tuesday night, consequently injuring a constable seriously. The other injured died during treatment.