Free Press Journal
  • Ujjain: Protest mounts against cow slaughter in Kerala, Hindu organisations call for immediate action

    Ujjain: Protesting against the slaughter of cows in public in Kerala, various Hindu organizations have demanded demand severe punishment for the offenders and submitted a memorandum in the name of the President of India to sub-divisional magistrate Kshitij Sharma on Friday. Members of Samast Hindu Sangthan Samanvay Samiti led by Avdheshpuri Maharaj said that Congress workers had hurt the sentiments of crores of Hindus. They also challenged the right to observe one’s

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    Mumbai: No entry fee to national park on Environment Day

    MUMBAI: On the occasion of World Environment Day on June 05, 2017, Reliance Energy, the Mumbai power distribution arm of Reliance Infrastructure Ltd, has joined hands with the Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP), Mumbai and will sponsor the entry fee for visitors.

  • Bhopal: From fascination for snakes to awareness mission!

    Bhopal: Since childhood Nikhil Raut has been fascinated with reptiles, especially snakes. When he was 16 years old, he caught the first snake which was a 4-feet-long Russell’s viper, one of the most poisonous snakes in the world. “I was scared and happy at the same time. Happy because it was the first time I was rescuing a snake and scared because it could bite me,” he reminisced about his first rescue.

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    Four killed in road accident in Nashik

    Nashik: Four persons including a woman and a girl from Rajasthan were killed when their vehicle skidded off the road and hit a roadside tree on Nashik-Dindori Road in Nashik City on Friday morning, police said.

  • Opposition President nominee to be one with secular credential: CPM

    Mumbai: Impeccable secular credentials and total commitment to the Constitution will the basic criteria for choosing the joint opposition candidate for the presidential election, CPI(M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury said on Friday.

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    Mumbai: Metro work halts Link Road flyovers

    Mumbai: Five flyovers to be constructed on the Link Road in the western suburbs by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) have been halted due to the ongoing work of the Metro line 2A.

  • Indore: DAVV in crosshairs over review norms

    Indore: In a major setback to Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), department of higher education (DHE) has termed the university’s move to quash a notification related to review of answer books as “wrong”.

  • Mumbai: BMC notice to tabela owners

    Mumbai: Altogether 300 tabela (cow shelter) owners have been served with notices by the health department of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) for ignoring excreta and animal waste from such shelters before the monsoon.

  • Indore: SDM Vehicle damaged in stone pelting, police resort to Lathi charge

    Indore: Second day of 10-day-long farmers’ strike in state the irked farmers created chaos on bypass near village Sullakheri on Friday. The protester farmers were opposing a man, who had been carrying mild to city from the village. Immediately the administrative team with police force reached at the spot.

  • Desilting work satisfactory, says Mumbai mayor

    Mumbai: Mumbai mayor Vishwanath Mahadeshwar on Friday inspected the ongoing desilting work of nullahs in the megapolis and found them to be “very satisfactory”.

  • Bhopal: PCB holds painting contest for students

    Bhopal: To mark World Environment Day, Pollution Control Board organised a group painting competition on the premises of TT Nagar Stadium on Friday from 8.30 am. A large number of children participated in the competition which was based on ‘prakriti aur jeevan’. The competition was divided into two categories. Students of Class 5 to 8 participated in the first category whereas students of Class 9 to 12 took part in the second

  • Ujjain: 300 eco-friendly Ganesh idols to be displayed in the city on Ganesh utsav

    Ujjain: To promote environment conservation and keep rivers and other water reservoirs pollution free, 300 eco-friendly idols, 3.5 feet tall and made of red soil will be displayed during the 10-day Ganesh Utsav. To ensure implementation, an organization ‘Lokmanya Tilak Ganesh Utsav Mahaayojan Samiti’ has been formed under the guidance of devisal organizing secretary of BJP, Pradeep Joshi. The organization will be headed by Surendra Singh Arora.

  • Bhopal: No system in employment exchanges to keep away non-domiciles

    Bhopal: Live registration in employment exchanges is mandatory for getting jobs for the domicile of MP. But there is no filter in the MP Rozgar Board online application system to segregate domiciles from non-domiciles. In last three days 83,000 unemployed have got registered in the board. Many of them are from outside states to whom MP students are losing their opportunities.

  • Ujjain: Government to introduce AUQAF act for better management of temples

    Ujjain: The government will soon introduce AUQUF act in the State to manage temple properties. A meeting of AUQAF board of trustees was conducted on Friday in the presence of divisional commissioner MB Ojha. The meeting was presided over by the chairman of the board, Gwalior commissioner SN Rupla and was attended by board members Tra Singh, Dharmswarup Bhargava, Bhupendra Singh Kushwaha and others.

  • Indore: ‘DHE playing rude joke with students’

    Indore: The wait of students for online registration window to open for centralised online admission counselling continued even on the fourth day after the release of guidelines for the counselling. Neither the department of higher education opened the registration window nor did it disclose any date for the same making lakhs of students anxious for the registration process to begin.

  • Bhopal: Senior Jamiat leader booked for inciting violence, case lodged

    Bhopal: Police have registered a case against senior leader of Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind and mufti of city based Tarjume Wali Masjid, Abdul Razzak for allegedly promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion under Section 153 (a) in the incident of communal violence of Tuesday.  The case was registered against him on late evening on Thursday at Koh-e-fiza police station here and he was yet to be arrested, the police said.