Free Press Journal
  • NSUI demands reopening of girls hostel

    Dewas : Members of National Students Union of India, Dewas submitted a memorandum addressing the collector to the Government Girls College principal Arti Vajpayee demanding reopening of girls hostel here at the college.

  • JAIN SHWETAMBAR MAHILA SANGH AND SOCIAL GROUP PREMIUM ORGANISES CULTURAL EVENING

    Akhil Bhartiya Shwetambar Jain Mahila Sangh Anuvrat Samiti and Jain Shwetambar Social Group Premium jointly organised ‘Ek Shaam Mahavir Ke Naam’, a cultural evening held at Ravindra Natya Grah recently. Rajesh Chelawat, Virendra Kumar Jain and Bhanwar Lal Kaswa were special guests at the programme. Women members of various community groups presented a vivid journey of Mahavir’s transition from Lord Adinath and inspiring instances from his life through musical plays. According to

  • VU exams from April 21, schedule released

    Ujjain: Semester examinations of undergraduate and postgraduate courses at Vikram University will start from April 21 for which university has released a schedule on Saturday. The examinations will be conducted between April and May. Regular, private, previous and ATKT students of 2nd, 4th, 6th and 8th semester of BA, BCom, BSc, BHSc, MA, MCom, MSc, MHSc, MSW, PGDCA, BA (honours), BCom (honours), BBA (honours), BBA, BCA, B Pharma, MBA and MCA courses

  • MITHAS HOSTS MUSICAL EVENING

    The music institute recently organised a recital at Mai Mangeshkar Auditorium. A large number of music lovers gathered at the venue to witness melodious performances. Singer Mayank Swarnakar and other local singers enthralled the audience with their powerful voice. FP Photos

  • KCF felicitates NGOs working to help cancer patients

    Mumbai : On the occasion of World Health Day, Konark Cancer Foundation (KCF), a trust dedicated to provide logistical support to needy outstation cancer patients, organised a function on Friday at Nehru Centre, Worli, called ‘Konark Maitri Diwas’ (Friendship Day) to felicitate sister NGOs working for cancer patients.

  • Umaria police register case against Dhurve

    BHOPAL : Umaria police have registered the case against food and civil supplies minister OP Dhurve. The minister was arrested by the police for violating the election model code of conduct, on Friday night.

  • Maheshwari Mahila Sangathan chalks out agenda for next 3 years

    Ujjain : About 500 members of Akhil Bharatiya Bharatvarshiya Maheshwari Mahila Sangathan Ekadash from different parts of Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Rajasthan and other states participated in their day-long conference at Mahakal Bhakt Niwas, here on Saturday.

  • Hamidia specialists rush to Bansal Hosp, collect donor’s eyes at 3 am

    BHOPAL: Team of the eye department at Hamidia Hospital has set an example by collecting the eyes of a donor at 3 in the morning. Sushma Mantri, 49, got a cardiac arrest late at night after which she was admitted to Bansal Hospital, where she breathed her last. It was her wish to donate her eyes and thus her relatives contacted the eye department of Hamidia Hospital, which sent a team to

  • ‘Keep slaughter houses closed on Mahavir Jayanti’

    Mumbai: BJP MLA Mangal Prabhat Lodha and some representatives of the Jain community demanded slaughter houses in Maharashtra remain closed on Sunday on account of Mahavir Jayanti.

  • Agrawal community holds 2-day matrimony meet

    Ujjain : Sri Agrawal Biodata Bank is conducting a two-day matrimony meet for the youngsters of the community at hotel Mittal Avenue. On the first day, on Saturday over 150 youngsters attended the meet and introduced themselves to potential partners.

  • Stress can lead to heart diseases in youngsters

    Mumbai : According to a survey conducted by Fortis hospital across the city, 70% of the Indian population in urban areas is at a risk of cardiovascular disease which is caused mainly due to stress and bad eating habits.

  • Aarey tabelas to be shifted to Palghar 750-acre plot

    Mumbai : The old 60 tabelas in Aarey, Goregaon will soon be shifted completely out of Mumbai city. Mahadev Jankar, state minister of animal husbandry, confirmed with Free Press Journal that the issue of cleanliness has been the cause of driving the cattle sheds out of city borders. The tabela owners will be moved to Palghar  district.

  • I was right not to join AAP, says Anna Hazare

    Ahmednagar (Maharashtra): Social activist Anna Hazare yet again slammed Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal over the Shunglu Committee Report that has accused the state government of ‘gross misuse of power’.

  • What is govt’s policy on HIV+ employees, asks high court

    Mumbai : Bombay High Court has directed the Centre and the Maharashtra government to inform about their respective policies, if any, regarding continuation of employment of HIV positive persons.

  • Farm loan waiver: Opp to launch 2nd Sangharsh Yatra

    Mumbai : After failing to get the ruling BJP-Shiv Sena government to announce a full waiver of farm loans, all major opposition parties in Maharashtra will take out a second ‘Sangharsh Yatra’ to press for the demand.