Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan grieved by Harrai mishap

    BHOPAL: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has expressed his deep grief over the fire incident at Harrai in Chhindwara district during distribution of kerosene. “It is deeply distressing and painful,” he said.


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  • Ujjain: Plaint against selling rotten dry fruits from Mahakal ‘prasad’ counter

    Ujjain : Corporator Maya Trivedi lodged a complaint with the administrator of the Mahakal temple SS Rawat against the sale of rotten dry fruits at the ‘prasad’ counter on Friday. According to details available, Rawat said the matter would be handed over to the food inspector. Trivedi also mentioned that there was neither any manufacturing or expriry date on the packet.

  • Clean Ujjain, a hollow claim by municipality: Vashishtha

    Ujjain : Opposition of Ujjain Municipal Corporation, Rajendra Vashishtha, ridiculed the UMC’s self-declaration of being number one in cleanliness as an empty claim because litter and garbage could be found in every street of the city.
    He said that, “I recently conducted an inspection in Damdama region and found unclean lanes full of garbage spilling everywhere. Global Waste Management Company staff skip their duties for several days leading to such situations” said Vashishtha.

  • Ujjain: PC and PNDT advisors meeting held

    Ujjain : A district level advisors meeting of Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (PNDT) was held at Simhastha Fair Authority Office on Friday.

  • Ujjain: 2 hurt in street accident

    Ujjain: Two persons were injured when a speeding car collided with an auto rickshaw at Udayan Marg on Friday.

  • Ujjain: 2 held for liquor smuggling

    Ujjain : Two persons were arrested by the excise department from different places for smuggling liquor. Excise police seized liquor worth Rs 20, 000 from the residence of Santosh Kumar at Narwar, on Dewas Road. Similarly four cartons of liquor was seized from a house at Narwar. The miscreant, however fled from the house.

  • Ujjain: Cash, valuables stolen

    Ujjain: Thieves broke into an isolated house at Alakapuri area on Thursday night stealing ornaments, cash and other valuable goods. The owner of house number 191, fire officer, BK Mishra has been posted in People’s Hospital, Bhopal.

  • Ujjain: Seminar held to mark World Heritage Day

    Ujjain : Directorate of Archaeology, Archives and Museums of Madhya Pradesh organised a seminar at Triveni Arts and Archaeology Museum on Friday. The purpose of the seminar was to celebrate the legacy of heritage sites and monuments of Ujjain on the occasion of World Heritage Day observed every year all over the world on April 18.

  • Ujjain: Rare snake with two heads found

    Ujjain : A snake of a rare species was found at the School of studies in Physics at Vikram University at on Friday morning. Students spotted the snake when they reached the department to appear for their exams being held there. Students and staff panicked initially but later succeeded in capturing it. According to forest officer Udayraj Panwar, “This two headed snake is of a rare species and hardly ever found. In

  • Ujjain: Village youth becomes janpad CEO

    Ujjain : A youth from village Lod of Tarana tehsil who cracked the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission exams was selected as janpad chief executive officer (CEO). Lakhan Singh Sisodiya, son of Karan Singh, has been selected as CEO of janpad.

  • Ujjain: Teacher gets 10-yr RI for raping minor student

    Ujjain: A teacher who had raped a 7-year-old student at a school in Aslawada village near Barnagar on Gandhi Jayanti last year was sentenced to 10 years of rigorous imprisonment. The parents of the child had registered an FIR against the teacher Niyaz Khan, resident of village Aslawada. ADJ Barnagar SK Joshi, after trial pronounced the sentence with a penalty of Rs 5000. The court treated the crime as very serious, the

  • Poll reverses review, Congress style

    The Congress stocktaking on the U P Assembly elections has predictably not dwelt on the poor leadership provided by the party high command, steeped as the party is in a culture of sycophancy and lack of honest fixing of accountability. It is considered sacrilegious to question Sonia Gandhi or son Rahul for their sins of omission and commission and that tradition has been followed in toto. Much of the blame in the

  • Ujjain: Dipendra Singh opposes govt intervention in Omkareshwar temple

    Ujjain : Successor of King Mandhata, Dipendra Singh, met Dr Avadheshpuri on Friday to discuss government intervention in Omkareshwar temple. According to Dipendra Singh, Dr Avadheshpuri assured him of a compromise.
    Famous writer Ramesh Dixit, Swami Pranavanand and Chandra Bhan Sharma were also present.