Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Ramkishore Shukla appointed as BJP rural vice president

    Mhow: Senior BJP leader Ramkishore Shukla from Mhow assembly constituency has been appointed as the BJP rural district vice president. Council members from Mhowgaon and villagers congratulated Shukla on his appointment on the post. According to party sources, Shukla was rewarded for his activeness in the area as well as development works carried out in Mhowgoan municipal council under his leadership. MLA and BJP national general secretary Kailash Vijaywargiya, MLA Ramesh Mendola

  • Indore: Encroacher reoccupies DO land, erect boundary wall

    Mhow: After Cant land now, DO lands have been a prime target of encroachers, as concerned authorities despite knowing, are too reluctant to look into the matter. About one-and-a-half month ago, officials of DO land warned the encroachers to voluntarily remove illegal constructions in bungalow no 61 within three days or else face eviction.

  • Ruling AIADMK faction boots out Sasikala and Dhinakaran

    Chennai: In a late-night development in the middle of merger talks between the two factions of the AIADMK, over a hundred MLAs and at least 20 ministers in the ruling regime decided at boot out general-secretary V.K. Sasikala and her nephew T Dhinakaran from the party.

  • Indore: Milk parlour gutted in Nayapura Chowk

    Dewas: A milk parlour was reduced to ashes after a massive fire broke out in a power distribution point (DP) due to short circuit in Nayapura Chowk and soon spread to its adjoining kiosks, here on Monday. However, no casualties were reported, police said. The fire started in the afternoon when business had picked up pace in the market area. Onlookers tried to douse the flames by throwing sand at the power

  • NARMADA LINE: Mhowgaon council gets defence nod

    Mhow: People from Mhowgoan will soon get respite from water shortage as municipal council has received approval from defence estate department (DED) to lay Narmada line. With completion of the pipeline laying work, villagers will get Narmada water supply.

  • Trump’s H-1B visa reform to hit desi tech firm hard

    Washington: US President Donald Trump is set to sign an executive order that would tighten the process of issuing the H-1B visas and seek a review of the system for creating an “entirely new structure” for awarding these visas, the most sought-after by Indian IT firms and professionals.

  • Indore: In-laws booked for harassing woman over girl child

    Pithampur: Acting on a complaint filed by a woman, police here have registered dowry harassment case against her in-laws. Sarita, wife of Prathmesh Sonane, resident Barwani informed police that she was abused and tortured by her in-laws after she delivered a girl child recently. She informed that her in-laws including Prathmesh, Mohan Shyam Rao Sonane and Jayshree, wife of Mohan Shyam Rao Sonane asked her to bring money from her parent’s house.

  • Ujjain: Book on life of Sultan Shah released

    Ujjain: A book on life of Pradesh Congress Committee former secretary Sultan Lala Shah was launched in a mushayara event organised by Ruhani Academy. Famous Urdu poet of Ujjain, Shabbir Ahmad Aarzu has authored thethe book ‘Shamama’ that outlines the struggles faced by Sultan Shah in the course of his life. Sultan Shah was also honoured at the event and was presented with a shawl and turban.

  • Ujjain: 3 killed in road accident near Unhel

    Ujjain: Three persons died in a head on collision of two bikes at Akya Najik Road, near Unhel, late on Monday. According to information received, Nageshwar Bagri and Suresh Bagri, residents of Kalalkhedi died on the spot while Shaitansing Banjara, resident of Barkheda Nazik died during treatment at the hospital. Two more injured persons Dinesh Banjara and Radheshyam are reported to be under treatment at the hospital.

  • Ujjain: Miffed Vikram University students stage dharna

    Ujjain: Students of III semester of MA (painting) staged a dharna on Tuesday. The students were annoyed as the results were declared on April 14 without any prior intimation to the students and the same was not uploaded on authorised website of Vikram University (VU).  Miffed students reached the administrative office of Vikram University and raised slogans and staged the dharna under the leadership of NSUI student leader Babloo Khichi.

  • Ujjain: 14-year-old boy from Uttar Pradesh drowns at Narsing Ghat

    Ujjain: A 14-year-old boy drowned in river Kshipra while taking a dip at Narsing Ghat on Monday afternoon. According to details received, Pravisht Sengar, resident of Gaziabad in UP, drowned after performing worship of kalsarp dosh at the ghat. On hearing cries for help of his family members, home guards and life guards rushed to the spot and tried to save him but could not. Mahakal police station staff reached the spot

  • Ujjain: 4 booked for allotting plots on government land

    Ujjain: Four persons were arrested by the police for allotting residential plots on government land. According to details available, the plots were being allotted in MPR Colony, Samrat Nagar and Azad Nagar.

  • Ujjain: Businessmen of Freeganj area hand over memo to mayor

    Ujjain: Businessmen of Freeganj area handed over a memorandum to mayor Meena Jonwal raising some demands on Tuesday. Under the leadership of former chairman of Ujjain Municipal Corporation, Prakash Chittora, businessmen of the area handed over the memorandum. The businessmen urged for the removal of illegal vegetable market from the area and encroachments in Freeganj area. They also demanded that Chopati be shifted from Tower Chowk to Munj Marg and urged for

  • Ujjain: Crime review meeting of police department held

    Ujjain: Police administration organised a crime review meeting on Tuesday at police control room. On this occasion all senior officials of police administration were present. SP MS Verma took stock of crimes registered at each police station and issued strict instructions for resolving of the cases soon.

  • Ujjain: MP State Employees Association submits memo

    Ujjain: Members of Madhya Pradesh State Employees Association, led by its divisional president Anokhilal Sharma, submitted a memorandum to joint director of education department and district education officer regarding incorrect data uploaded on education portal.

  • Ujjain: 10 years on first ever indoor stadium remains incomplete

    Ujjain: May this year is the fresh deadline announced for the completion of the first ever indoor stadium of Ujjain. Ujjain Municipal Corporation had granted permission for the construction of a multipurpose 20,000 square feet indoor stadium at Kshirsagar sports arena 10 years ago.

  • Ujjain: Campus drive at MIT today

    Ujjain: Mahakal Group of institutes will conduct a campus recruitment drive for students of 2016 batch on Wednesday. Haryana-based company, VSUN Private Limited will conduct group discussion, written test and personal interview for students. Placement director Dr Vivek Bansod informed that over 500 students of electronics, electrical and communication, diploma and ITI students from Dewas, Ujjain, Shajapur, Ratlam, Jhabua and Neemuch will take part in the drive.

  • London: Vijay Mallya arrested, gets bail

    London: Embattled Indian tycoon Vijay Mallya, who has been declared a proclaimed offender, was arrested on Tuesday in London by Scotland Yard on India’s request for his extradition on fraud charges.