Free Press Journal
  • Shivalik Academy set to roll out coaching classes

    Ujjain: Shivalik Academy will begin its coaching classes for administrative services from Sunday. According to director of the academy and former deputy commissioner, JC Borasi, this will be the first academy to provide complete guidance for civil services and administrative services.  Aspirants for IAS, IPS, IFS, IRS and other similar examinations will get a quality coaching here. Borasi said that experienced teaching staff will groom the aspirants for their examinations however the

  • Civic, govt hospitals get guards and CCTV cover

    Mumbai : After a week of protests, the resident doctors in the city have a reason to rejoice. The state government has fulfilled their demands by deploying around 400 Maharashtra State Security Corporations (MSSC) in 14 medical colleges across the state. These hospitals will be guarded by armed forces.

  • Spiritual mentor Daddaji to inaugurate AIS in a star-studded gala today

    Ujjain : Malwa region’s premier technical education institution—MIT (the Mahakal Group of Institutions) is all set to add one more feather in its cap. Its new inception—Alok International School (AIS)—is ready to witness activities of high standards from this academic session.

  • A banking behemoth is born

    post merger, all customers of associate banks will enjoy the benefits of a wide array of digital products and services offered by the State Bank of India.

  • Pay pending property tax, get up to 6% rebate

    Ujjain : Encouraging the recovery of Rs 15 crore against property tax during the fiscal year 2016-17, Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) decided to allow rebates on paying property tax.

  • BDD chawls to be re-developed by Shapoorji Pallonji, L&T

    Mumbai : Renowned builders Shapoorji Pallonji has been roped in to re-develop the 208 chawls of the Bombay Development Division (BDD) and work on the project will begin within a fortnight, housing minister Ravindra Waikar announced in the Assembly on Saturday.

  • Eateries fined for unhygienic practices

    A team of Ujjain municipal corporation on Friday and Saturday slapped fines on several eateries at Chhatri Chowk, Agar Road, Dewas Gate and Railway Station areas after finding them selling stale and unhealthy foods and on cleanliness issues. The team led by health officer BS Mehte and health inspector Purushottam Dubey imposed penalties on finding unhealthy foods in some shops. Total Rs 20, 000 was recovered as fine by the team. Municipal

  • Bill to protect journos ready: CM

    Mumbai : A Bill to prevent attacks on journalists will be introduced in the ongoing Budget session of the Maharashtra Legislature, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis announced in the state Legislative Assembly on Saturday.

  • Father who abused girl for decade denied bail

    Mumbai : Bombay High Court has turned down the bail plea of man who was booked for sexually abusing his step daughter for more than a decade. The HC rejected his bail after noting that the victim’s biological mother had influenced her to take her complaint back to “save the family.”

  • Kopardi rape accused beaten up outside court, 4 arrested

    Nashik : Three Dalit men accused of raping and murdering a 15-year-old girl last year at Kopardi village in Ahmednagar were attacked with lethal weapons by four men on Ahmednagar court premises around noon on Saturday.

  • Booked for cruelty to second wife, man moves sessions court

    Mumbai : A 29-year-old man has approached the Sessions Court seeking anticipatory bail as he is apprehending his arrest in relation with a case registered against him at the JJ Marg police station.

  • Women protest reallotment of wine shop

    Ujjain : Women protested against opening a wine shop at Panwasa village on Maksi Road, here on Saturday. The women gathered in front of the shop and started raising slogans against administration and the state government.  Last year also the local women Panwasa protested against opening the shop, but the department of state excise again auctioned the shop for the same place and allotted it there.  Miffed protestors staged their demonstration for

  • Medical panel seeks uniform drinking age

    Mumbai : Just like there is a legal age for marriage, the Indian Medical Association IMA has asked the Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis to draft a policy for imposing uniform age bar for liquor consumption across the state.

  • Summer camp at Mahananda Nagar

    Ujjain: A summer camp was opened near Badminton hall at Mahananda Nagar. Training for sports like jump rope, boxing, karate, wushu, and more sports will be given for three months. The timings of the camp will be 6:30-8:30 am and 5-8 pm.