Free Press Journal
  • Ujjain: Pt Vishwa Mohan to present ‘jugalbandi’ with son Salil

    Ujjain: Carrying the legacy of Shravan mahotsav forward, Grammy award winner Pt Vishwa Mohan Bhatt will present a ‘jugalbandi’ with his son Salil Bhatt on the Mohan Veena on the first day of the mahotsav at Mahakal pravachan hall on Sunday at 7 pm.

  • Indore: Three months after declaration, PSC-2015 final results revised

    Indore: Taking many by surprise, Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission on Friday announced revised results of state civil service exam-2015, nearly three months after final results were declared along with the selection list.

  • Major decisions in pipeline to enhance road safety in Ujjain

    Ujjain: A meeting of the road safety committee was held at the Simhastha office to discuss strategies for traffic management and road safety in the city. It discussed the deteriorating and undeveloped infrastructure, vis-à-vis the increasing vehicle load in the city.

  • House of ex-President Pratibha Patil’s kin robbed in Pune

    Pune: Former president Pratibha Patil’s relative’s house in Pune was broken in by burglars and cash worth Rs 2.5 lakh was stolen from the house. Relatives of Patil were in Delhi. Police are trying to nab burglars based on the clues they got from people in the housing society.

  • Mumbai: BMC set to file FIR against 6 contractors over roads scam

    Mumbai: A senior officer of the The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Friday said that they will file FIRs against six contractors for faulty road construction works.  The BMC had conducted a high level probe last year regarding faulty repair works of 200 roads in the city which caused loss of Rs. 67 crore to the civic body. The second road scam report brought 16 contractors under the BMC scanner for conducting

  • Indore: Foodie Corner Must have Indore delicacies on a rainy day

    Indore: As the sky becomes grey and showers pour generously on the city, the season of celebrating food and life enchants Indore city. The city that is popularly known for its chaats, namkeen and delicious treats is all-set to welcome food lovers with lip smacking snacks.

  • Indore: Petition on DAVV senate polls rejected

    Indore: Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Friday dismissed a petition alleging violation of model conduct of conduct for Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) senate polls and, on the ground, demanding cancellation of the upcoming elections. The petition was filed by ABVP national secretary Rohin Rai in the last week of June.

  • Mumbai: ‘BMC provided misleading info on development plan date submission’

    Mumbai: The councillors of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation slammed the civic body for giving misleading information regarding the final date of Development Plan submission to the state government. Yashwant Jadhav Leader of the House in the civic body stated that the Town Planning Department mentioned August 24 as the last date for DP submission to state. Wherein the BMC administration misguided them and asked to submit the DP byJuly 18. Therefore, as the corporators were

  • Indore: CET Admission process cancelled amid protest

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya on Friday had to cancel CET admission process for courses in Group C after students and their parents staged protest at its School of Journalism and Mass Communication (SJMC), alleging that provisional selection list has been tampered with.

  • Thane: Four builders acquitted of culpable homicide

    Thane: Four developers were freed on Friday by the Thane civil court. They were arrested after a building in Mumbra collapsed, causing four deaths. The case was in court for the last six months. They were released on Friday. A building in Bano compound of Mumbra had collapsed in September 2013. Four people had died in the mishap.

  • Donald Trump will ask Supreme Court to overturn new travel-ban ruling

    Washington: The US Justice Department said on Friday that it will ask the Supreme Court to reverse a ruling by a federal judge in Hawaii that the administration’s definition of close family in allowing exemptions to President Donald Trump’s ban on US entry for residents of six Muslim-majority countries is too narrow.

  • Mumbai: Outskirts to get more rain than SoBo

    Mumbai: The areas on the outskirts of the city are set to receive heavy rainfall as compared to areas in South Mumbai for the next three days. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted heavy rainfall in areas like North Konkan, Thane, Palghar and Raighad. IMD officials have predicted heavy rainfall also for districts like Sindhudurg, Ratnagiri and areas of South Konkan. The IMD officials said that the city would receive good

  • Bhopal: Sneh Nagar residents prepare for the worst as rains arrive

    Bhopal: The residents of Sneh Nagar where water logging was at its worst last year, fear the same this year. While a few complained of water entering their houses causing damage to their household articles, others found it disturbing while walking on roads or even getting out of their home.

  • Pak must prove that Jadhav is alive

    The repeated rejections by the Nawaz Sharif government in Pakistan on granting consular access to Indian condemned prisoner Kulbhushan Jadhav, a former naval officer who is accused of spying, make one wonder whether he is alive at all. Jadhav has supposedly been in the custody of the Pakistan army after he was reportedly tried by a military court and sentenced to death. He has not been seen by any consular official, member

  • Mumbai: BMC notice to Praja for misleading data

    Mumbai: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has served a notice to Praja Foundation, which had on Wednesday, in a press conference revealed the poor conditions of BMC hospitals and the health department. In a letter sent on July 13, to the managing trustee of the Praja Foundation Nitai Mehta, by the deputy municipal commissioner (public health) Sunil Dhamne and executive health officer Dr Padmaja Keskar, the BMC has stated that the whole

  • Sino-Indian standoff cannot be ignored

    It is a month since the standoff between Chinese and Indian troops began on the tri-junction of India, China and Bhutan but there are no signs of either side yielding ground to the other. India has been circumspect in its response but China has been breathing fire, its leaders and media making exaggerated comments that seem to suggest a sinister design. Diplomatic channels are being used to de-escalate but so far there