Free Press Journal
  • No measures yet to regulate traffic at Ratnamani Complex crossing

    Indore : Traffic became chaotic most of the days especially in evening hours at the crossing near Ratnamani Complex. Free Press had earlier raised the issue where commuters had demanded deployment of at least two policemen from 5 pm to 8 pm as the traffic pressure is very high during this period.

  • Petrol pumps to remain open on Sundays

    Mumbai : All petrol pumps in eight states across the country which had announced a weekly ‘holiday’ from May 14 and work on a single shift from May 15, called off their proposed agitation on Saturday, an official statement said here.

  • Celebrating undying spirit of Nurses

    Ujjain : Nurses day was observed on May 12 to celebrate the undying spirit of providing utmost care to humans during the most fragile times of their lives. Like the mothers to whom we devote this day for their unconditional love, we should not forget these nurses who in the same vein have devoted their entire lives to the care of mankind.

  • MP & minister in war of words

    MP Raju Shetty (R) and minister Sadabhau Khot, both high profile leaders of SSS are not on the same page over certain issues lately.

  • UMC engineers booked for permitting construction on agricultural land

    Ujjain : Some engineers and other officers of Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) were booked by Nanakheda police authorities, following a complaint by deputy-commissioner RP Shrivastava on behalf of the UMC, for allowing construction on an agricultural land.

  • Prabhatam Aviation Pvt Ltd launches air taxi service

    Indore : Prabhatam Aviation Private Limited (PAPL) along with Divine Business Network Limited recently launched Fly Divine, its first air taxi services in Madhya Pradesh.

  • ‘Create stories aanchal ki’ today

    Indore : Celebrating the blessing that has touched our life in the form of mother, DS events is celebrating ‘CREATE stories aanchal ki’ on May 14 from 11 am to 1 pm at Mangosteen Café.

  • Woman accuses mayor of demolishing her house

    Ujjain : A woman whose house was under construction has alleged that mayor Meena Jonwal had called for the demolishment of the house as the mayor ‘did not want it there’. The woman  threatened to file a suit in the court.

  • Police bust grain racket, fraudulent businessmen held in Gujarat

    Ujjain : A grain trading racket involving a group of businessmen has been busted by the police. Suprintendent of Police, SP MS Verma announced at a press conference held on Saturday  that the group which had cheated many other grain merchants, within and outside the state  mainly in  Rajasthan and Gujarat, had been arrested from Gujarat.

  • Vivek gifts flats to Sukma victims’ kin

    Mumbai : In a warm philanthropic gesture, Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi has decided to donate 25 flats to the families of the CRPF troopers killed in last month’s Maoist attacks in Sukma.

  • BJP veteran leader, Krishnamurari Gupta passes away

    Ujjain : Senior Swayam Sevak of RSS, member of Jansangha and founder member of Bhartiya Janata Party, Krishnamurari Gupta passed away on Friday. His funeral procession was held from his residence situated at Narendra Talkies Road. His body was handed over to RD Gardi Medical College according to his wish by the family members.

  • Some media act as prosecutor, judge & executioner: Shashi Tharoor

    Mumbai : The irony for senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor was having to talk about media trials at an award function honouring media persons for gender sensitisation stories. A news channel made some allegations over his late wife Sunanda Pushkar’s case. But the MP made the most of the opportunity by hitting back saying some section of the media run false trials. The MP was attending the event held in Mumbai on

  • Revisit Indonesia programme launched by South East Asian country for Indians: Saut Siringoringo

    Mumbai : Indonesia aims to expand its tourism and attract a large number of Indians for a complete cultural and traditional experience to the country. In an exclusive interaction with the Consul General of the Republic of Indonesia Saut Siringoringo, expresses his thoughts to the Free Press Journal about India as a major tourism market for Jakarta. Excerpts: