Free Press Journal
  • Ujjain: Section 144 imposed to maintain law and order in district

    Ujjain: With a view to public interest and maintaining peace,law and order in the district, Collector Sanket Bhondve on Tuesday evening imposed Section 144 of the CR P C in the entire district. Edged weapons, fire weapons, hockey, sticks and other form of weapons cannot be carried in public places by anyone except police personnel and bank guards, as per the rule. Dharna, demonstration of protests, processions and rallies have also been restricted

  • A Congress leader dared to call Rahul Gandhi ‘pappu’. This is what happened next

    The district Congress president of Meerut has been sacked for allegedly posting messages in a WhatsApp group addressing party vice-president Rahul Gandhi as “Pappu”. “Rahul Gandhi is also known as Pappu among a section of people. Pappu never took part in parties thrown by industrialists like Adani and Ambani because Pappu knew that these people would only exploit the common people’s resources. Pappu could have easily become the Prime Minister of this country but

  • Ujjain: No women at the inauguration of women only gym

    Ujjain: A contemporary gymnasium for women with ultra modern machines has been opened in Vasant Vihar Colony. Owners proudly dedicated the gymnasium to women at an inauguration function held on Tuesday, but the irony of the situation was such that not a single woman was invited to the inauguration event.

  • Adopted at 3 by Swedish couple, daughter returns to visit ailing biological mother in India

    Mumbai: It was an emotional moment for Nilakshi Elizabeth Jorendal, the India-born Swedish national, as she met her ailing biological mother in Yavatmal. Nilakshi (44), who was adopted by a Swedish couple when she was three-year-old, had managed to trace her biological mother through Anjali Pawar of Pune-based NGO – Against Child Trafficking. “It was an emotional reunion on Saturday at the government hospital in Yavatmal. The mother-daughter duo broke into tears,”

  • Jadeja and wife Reeva name their daughter `Nidhyana`

    New Delhi: Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja, who recently became father last week, has revealed that he and his wife Reeva Solanki have named their daughter ‘Nidhyana’. Jadeja sharede the name of his “bundle of joy and little princess” on his official Twitter account.

  • India doesn’t need Donald Trump. We have Ram Gopal Varma

    Ram Gopal Varma is one of finest directors and story teller that Indian film industry has seen. The maker of movies like Satya, Rangeela and the national award winner for his film Shool and innumerable awards for his contribution to Indian cinema. This kind of work experience leaves people perplexed why Ram Gopal Varma is behaving like an irrational person and making loose comments left, right and centre.

  • Ujjain: Lack of policy to maintain demand and supply leads to farmers’ unrest

    Ujjain: The recent farmer agitation was the result of absence of concrete policies to match the demand and supply of farm produce. Due to profuse arrival of crops like wheat, potato and onions this season, farmers are not getting value for their produce and finding it hard to match the cultivation cost, let alone making a profit. As they resort to violence to make themselves heard, the State government made some hasty

  • Qatar risk FIFA action after T-shirt protest

    Doha, Qatar’s national team could face disciplinary action from FIFA after players warmed up for a World Cup qualifier against South Korea in T-shirts showing support for the country’s emir.

  • Microsoft releases new Windows XP security patches

    New York, In the wake of the “WannaCry” ransomware attack, Microsoft on Tuesday issued a “highly unusual” patch for Windows XP to help prevent the spread of the malware that infected at least 75,000 computers globally.

  • ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Has India got direct entry into the finals?

    The eighth edition of ICC Champions Trophy has thrown many surprises. The final four teams left are England, Bangladesh, India and Pakistan. The performance of three Asian teams has been commendable and the finalists of the 2015 World Cup Australia and New Zealand have lost out due to poor weather and bad luck.

  • Indore: ‘Schools promoting wealth not talent, but nobody cares’

    Indore: Despite extracurricular activities are being stressed upon by educationists as well as the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for better upbringing of children, schools hardly take the suggestion seriously.

  • Tamil Nadu: Paramedical student found murdered

    Thanjavur: A 19-year old woman paramedical student was found murdered in a lodge near Kumbakonam in the district, police said today. The woman was found stabbed with a broken CFL lamp in a room in the lodge at Tirunageswaram last night, they said.

  • Indore: Cleanliness a festival for us- Mayor

    Indore: Indore municipal corporation (IMC) budget for fiscal 2017-18, was presented at Brilliant Convention Centre on Tuesday. While presenting the budget, mayor Malini Gaud launched ‘Best Within the Best Swachh Survekshan’ which will enable IMC to find out cleanest ward and areas of the city.

  • Indore: Traders turn down CM’s request to call off strike

    Indore: Burnt hand over inefficiently handling of farmers agitation in the state, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Tuesday evening tried to pursue the traders of the city to call off their strike, scheduled on Thursday (June 15). However, the CM failed in his attempt, as the traders, who were protesting over ‘anti-trader’ provisions of Goods and Service Tax (GST), turned down his requests and decided to go on with the strike.

  • Mandsaur violence: MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan meets farmers’ families

    Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): Days after ending his fast, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Wednesday met the families of the deceased farmers in Mandsaur. Ahead of Chouhan’s Mandsaur visit, section 144 was revoked from the violence-hit region. Earlier on Sunday, Chouhan, who started an indefinite fast on June, ended his fast by consuming coconut water.