Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Strike called off but operators yet to get keys of ambulances

    Dewas: The state wide strike of 108 Ambulance Karmchari Sangh was called off about three days back but the employees of 108 services have not resumed their work. The employees of 108 Ambulance service of Dewas district have submitted a memo to the district collector, SP, CMHO and labour officer claiming that their company was forcing them to accept its terms and conditions.

  • Indore: Chief Minister releases book by Dr Patel

    Dewas: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan on Tuesday released ‘Literary Magazines and Social Awareness’ book at his residence in Bhopal.

  • IPL 2017: Punjab stay alive after 7-run win over Mumbai

    Mumbai, Kings XI Punjab held their nerves to keep their chances of qualifying for the Indian Premier League (IPL) play-offs alive as the visitors edged past Mumbai Indians by seven runs in a league encounter at the Wankhede Stadium here on Thursday.

  • Arsenal beat Southampton 2-0

    Southampton (England) : Alexis Sanchez and Olivier Giroud scored to lead Arsenal to a 2-0 victory over Southampton in the English Premier League (EPL) that puts the Gunners within three points of four-place Manchester City.

  • Totti refuses to confirm retirement

    Rome : Roma legend Francesco Totti raised uncertainty regarding his retirement from playing football although his contract with the capital side expires at the end of the season with a guaranteed director’s post.

  • Anil, Jyoti bag bronze for India

    New Delhi : Anil Kumar and Jyoti provided India two bronze medals with contrasting performances in their respective weight categories on the second day of the Asian Wrestling Championship, here on Thursday.

  • Ujjain: Government launches campaign to promote ITI education

    Ujjain: A state level campaign ‘Rojgar ki padhai – chalein ITI’ campaign was inaugurated at the premises of government Industrial Training Institute (ITI) by energy minister Paras Jain on Thursday. He highlighted the purpose of the campaign in his address and said, “Circumstances force many students to discontinue education after middle school, leaving them short of any technical or vocational skill.  The government has launched this campaign to make such students self

  • JMJ clinch MDFA Third Div crown

    Mumbai : JMJ (Jesus Mary Joseph) SC emerged champions winning the Third Division title in the MDFA Leagues 2016-2017. The JMJ outfit came good in the second period and scored three goals during this period to record an authoritative 3-0 win against Maurya FA in the final played at the St. Xavier’s ground, Parel on Thursday evening.

  • Ujjain: Woman molested, accused men arrested

    Ujjain: A 22-year-old village woman was molested by two local men at knife point on April 18. The victim lodged a report with Ghatiya police station after 20 days of the incident. Following the statement of the woman, the police arrested accused, Tufan and Santosh Bagri and registered an FIR against them under Section 376 of the IPC. Town inspector JR Chouhan said a medical check-up of the woman was being carried

  • ‘Athletes to be at forefront 2024 plan’

    Los Angeles : Los Angeles 2024 Olympic bid chiefs on Wednesday vowed to put athletes at the forefront of the Games if the Californian city wins the right to stage the sporting spectacular.

  • Ujjain: Congress takes on BJP over ‘bhasmaarti’ fee

    Ujjain: A functionary of Mahakal Bhakt Mandal and city Congress committee general secretary, Arun Verma, has accused senior leader of Bhartiya Janata Party and energy minister Paras Jain of giving a silent nod to charge ‘bhasmarti fee’ from devotees.

  • GM mustard gets regulator nod, ball in government’s court

    New Delhi: The country’s GM crop regulator on Thursday recommended the commercial use of genetically-modified mustard in a submission to the environment ministry, a senior official in the Union government said.

  • Ujjain: Reward of Rs 10, 000 for information on fraudsters

    Ujjain: FIRs have been registered against Future Enterprises, Uniya Trading Company, Jai Bhawani Trading Company, Ganesh Trading Company, Hariom Trading Company and Shri Ram Sales Ahmedabad by the Chimanganj Mandi police station under Section 420 and 34 of the Indian Penal Code. These firms have not made payments against purchase of crops by grain merchants.  SP Manohar Singh Verma said according to Section 80 of the Police Regulation Act an award of

  • Mumbai: Coastal road project gets Centre’s green light finally

    Mumbai: The Rs15,000-crore Mumbai coastal road project is all set to become a reality. On Thursday, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said the mega project has received the final approval from the central government.

  • Get prepared for another round of rail fare hike

    New Delhi: Brace for another rail fare hike of 10 to 12% in all classes from June. This will be the second hike by the Modi government since coming to power, the first effected by then railway miniser Sadanand Gowda on June 16, 2014.

  • Ujjain: Chain snatchers arrested

    Ujjain: Chain snatchers involved in recent robberies were arrested on Thursday. SP Manohar Singh Verma announced at a press conference that Balram alias Vikky, 20, resident of Ganeshpura and Udit (19), resident of Bagpura had been arrested. He said both chain snatchers had confessed.