Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Woman lecturer ends life by hanging self

    Indore: A woman lecturer reportedly committed suicide by hanging herself from the ceiling of her room under Annapurna police station area on Wednesday night.

  • A Himalayan encounter: Trip to Leh

    Himalaya, the name is enough to thrill anyone. Trip to Leh and Ladakh is the best decision in this season for all as it is full of scenic valleys, rugged terrains, high passes, snow clad mountains and many more fascinating elements of nature.

  • Indore: HC orders CBI probe into brawl between Armymen, cops

    Indore: Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Thursday ordered an inquiry by Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) into a brawl took place between some army men and police in Vijay Nagar police station area on September 10, 2015.

  • Indore: EOW files charge-sheet against ex-mandi secretary

    Indore: Economic Offence Wing on Thursday filed chargesheet in a court in Rs 8 crore mandi permit scam that took place in 2002 when Lalit Dahima was the then mandi secretary. A bailable warrant of Rs 25,000 was also issued against him for not appearing before the court.

  • Indore: SBI customers irked over service charges, seek Finance Minister’s intervention

    Indore: Imposition of charges on almost all services and putting restriction on banking by State Bank of India (SBI) has irked its customers. They have requested finance minister Arun Jailtey to instruct the PSU bank to withdraw levying of charges and restriction to offer smooth banking to its customers.

  • Indore: ‘One in every three suffers from depression in city’

    Indore: Much to the surprise of citizens, one in every three people in city is suffering from depression. Moreover, it remains undetected in 90 per cent of the cases as the patient keep him/herself busy from getting treatment for the problems caused due to depression.

  • Rajya Sabha clears decks for GST rollout from July 1

    New Delhi: Decks have been cleared for a pan-India implementation of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) from July 1 with the Rajya Sabha passing the much-awaited four enabling bills on Thursday.

  • Supreme Court keeps the Babri sword hanging over Advani, Joshi

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday kept the sword hanging over L.K. Advani and other senior BJP leaders by reserving its order on whether to reopen the conspiracy charges in the Babri Masjid demotion case.

  • Ujjain: Relatives of a pregnant woman create chaos at Charak hospital

    Ujjain: Relatives of a pregnant woman from Agar district created chaos at the maternity ward of Charak Hospital on Wednesday. The relatives complained that the woman had not received proper attention and medical care though she was in labour for a long time.

  • Ujjain Development Authority to start confirmation of home registration from today

    Ujjain: A process to confirm registrations of plots in different residential areas falling under the Ujjain Development Authority (UDA) will begin from Friday. According to chief executive officer Abhishek Dubey, a home fair had been organised between March 20 and 30 for the registration of plots and houses.

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    Maharashtra Assembly: No Cabinet rejig, Uddhav won’t drop his ministers

    Mumbai: Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray has for the time being refused to reshuffle his Cabinet despite demand by a section of his legislators to drop some ministers. The Sena chief, however, assured them to carry out a rejig at an appropriate time.

  • Ujjain: Preparations for Antyodaya fair gathers momentum

    Ujjain: Equipments worth over Rs 1 crore will be distributed by the Artificial Limbs Manufacturing Corporation of India (ALIMCO) and social justice department, Ujjain, to the city’s elderly, at the Antyodaya fair and Vayoshri programme to be organised here on Saturday. The event will be organised at the Polytechnic College campus. Union Minister of social justice and empowerment, Thawar Chand Gehlot will participate in the event.

  • Ujjain: Minor girl hit by loading vehicle dies

    Ujjain: A 3-year-old girl died during treatment at a hospital after being hit by a loading vehicle on Wednesday evening. Himanshi Jaiswal, daughter of Ajay Jaiswal, was playing outside her residence in Binjar village, falling under the Kaytha police station jurisdiction, when the accident occurred.

  • Ujjain: Gayatri Nagar firing case, 3 accused arrested

    Ujjain: The Chimanganj Mandi police on Thursday arrested three of the 10 accused who had opened fire on April 2 in Gayatri Nagar area and tried to murder a miscreant Anil Sikarwar following a dispute over money distribution.

  • Ujjain: Students in ‘no safety zone’ as molestation case rocks city

    Ujjain: A class 9 student was molested on a school bus by the bus driver, conductor and an ally on Monday sending shock waves in the city and raising questions on the safety of girl students. Schools have been openly defying rules issued by the collector two years back, calling for appointment of women conductors on school buses.

  • Ujjain: Several programmes mark 38th BJP foundation day celebrations

    Ujjain: The 38th foundation day of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was held on Thursday. The party marked the occasion by felicitating senior citizens, dedicating water huts and unfurling the party flag at all block offices. Fireworks and distribution of sweets added to the celebrations.