Free Press Journal
  • When villagers flocked together to bring back winged guests

    Gondia : It is a village of about 1,000 people. It was just like any other village in east Vidarbha. But Parasvada village in Gondia district is one of the most talked about places among ornithologists from across the globe.

  • SC sticks to ban, curtains for 55 bars on Mira Road

    Mira-Bhavander : It’s curtains for 55 watering holes in Kashimira after Supreme Court on Friday upheld its December 15 order prohibit ing sale of liquor within 500 metres of national and state highways. Following the verdict, a team of excise personnel led by Inspector Abhijeet Deshmukh has rolled up their slee- ves to ensure that all su- ch establishments which fall within the red zone demarcated by the Sup- reme Court have

  • Man commits suicide

    Ujjain : A 40-year-old man committed suicide in village Dhabalahurd near Makdon on Friday night. Narayan, son of Kanhaiyalal, resident of Dhablahurd committed suicide with his father’s licensed gun.  On being informed TI Makdon Yeshwant Pal, assistant FSL officer Preeti Gayakwad and other police personnel reached the spot. According to police, wife, mother and father were not at home when the incident occurred. The kin said that Narayan was under depression and

  • BJP MLA who wants Council abolished faces show-cause

    Mumbai : The BJP and the state government have served separate show cause notices on  MLA Anil Gote for repeatedly making critical comments about the Maharashtra Legislative Council.

  • State government relief for bar owners

    The state will take advantage of its old Government Resolution passed in 2001 to protect such establishments.

  • RTO generates more revenue than last year

    Ujjain : Acting on the instructions of transport commissioner of Madhya Pradesh, Ujjain RTO under the guidance of regional transport officer, Manoj Tehanguriya, conducted an immense drive of checking vehicles legal status across Ujjain. This led to revenue generation from issuing of challan at Rs 1.28 crore for financial year 2016-17which is Rs 26 lakh from last year. The revenue generated by registration of vehicles, fitness of vehicles, issuing permits and licences

  • House revokes suspension of 9 Oppn MLAs

    Mumbai : Maharashtra Assembly on Saturday revoked suspension of nine of the 19 Opposition members who were barred from attending the proceedings of the House for the rest of the year for creating ruckus during the budget presentation last month.

  • Celebrities who are the masters of balancing their on-off relationship

    Romantic acts and high end drama isn’t just part of their onscreen chemistry. Much of the dramatic tactics of celeb couples are sometimes off-screen and real. Some wear their heart on sleeve while many try to avoid questions on their relationships. Celebs work together, they fall in love sometimes even get hitched and some just part ways when their relationship doesn’t ‘workout’. But there is a bunch of couples who once touted as ‘made-for-each

  • Diploma engineers take out candle march

    Ujjain : A candle march was taken out by Association of Diploma Engineers from Kothi Palace to Brahaspati Bhawan on Saturday. The diploma engineers have been on leave from March 21.  The diploma engineers demonstrated their protest to meet their demands. The district head of the association Engineer Mithilesh Trivedi told that in spite of several reminders the government did not take an initiative regarding their demands. On this occasion president of

  • Rannvijay wants explore the fictional realm

    Actor-TV host Rannvijay Singha, who has mostly been a part of reality TV shows, says he wants to explore the world of fiction on the small screen. Asked why he doesn’t do fiction much, Rannvijay said, “I only do things that I love or enjoy doing. I did a season of a fiction show called ‘Pukaar’…24 episodes and it took eight-nine months and I have 10 films out of which three are Punjabi and