Free Press Journal
  • National symposium on Ambedkar concludes

    Ujjain : The 2-day national level symposium organised on the topic ‘contribution of Dr BR Ambedkar in constitution creation and social rise’, at Swarn Jayanti Sabhagrah of Vikram University concluded on Friday.

  • Dave’s ashes immersed in Narmada by CM, kin

    HOSHANGABAD : The ashes of late Anil Madhav Dave were immersed in Narmada on Saturday by the CM and the late union minister’s kin. On this occasion, assembly speaker Sitasharan Sharma, MP and state BJP chief Nandkumar Singh Chouhan, state BJP organisational general secretary Suhas Bhagat, MLA Vijaypal Singh, municipal chairperson Akhilesh Khandelwal, district co-op bank chairperson Bharat Singh Thakur and others were present.

  • Revenue inspector trapped by Lokayukta team

    Ujjain : One more revenue inspector (RI) was reportedly trapped by lokayukta sleuths on Saturday at the office of the revenue inspector near Kothi Palace. This is the second swoop by the lokayukta team over the last three days.

  • ‘Pihu-pihu hub’ draws crowd

    SEHORE : The ‘Pihu-pihu hub’ is fast becoming the favourite spot of the people of all age-groups of the town.

  • Reward for info on absconding accused

    BHOPAL : The state cyber cell of Madhya Pradesh police announced a reward of Rs 5,000 for tips which could lead to the arrest of absconding main accused of a website-based sex racket, Veer Dwivedi on Saturday. Earlier seven of the nine accused including an office bearer in ruling BJP were arrested for their alleged involvement in the racket and sent to jail after being presented before the court, while remaining two

  • BJP hauled over the coals on social media

    BHOPAL : After the surfacing of the name of BJP leader Neeraj Shakya in an online sex racket busted in the city, the BJP is drawing flak at the national level. AAP leader poet Kumar Vishwas tweeted, “After the valorous act of selling state secrets to the ISI, the new cottage industry of Rambhakts.” RJD Rajya Sabha MP Misa Bharati said, “From playing middleman for ISI to flesh trade – from where

  • Muslim prisoners on hunger strike at Bhairavgrah jail

    Ujjain : Over 250 Muslim inmates of Bhairavgrah jail went on a hunger strike from Saturday after the Government of Madhya Pradesh restricted the practice of bringing in home food for prisoners during the month of Ramzan.

  • Woman’s body found in Kaliyasot

    BHOPAL : A 27-year-old woman was found dead with her body floating in Kaliyasot dam on Saturday evening in Chuna Bhatti locality here. No suicide note was found but in prima-facie investigation she was suspected to have committed suicide, the police said.

  • CGSI registers & resolves 25,000 cases in ’16-’17

     Mumbai : The Consumer Guidance Society of India (CGSI), a Non-Profitable Organisation (NGO) based in Mumbai, has registered and resolved around 25,000 complaints from aggrieved consumers across categories in Maharashtra during financial year 2016-17.

  • Mumbai VS Pune

    Mahayudh , mumbai indians will be wary of the challenge posed by Rising Pune Supergiant when the two Maharashtra cities lock horns in what promises to be a pulsating final of the 10th edition of the cash-rich IPL today.