Free Press Journal
  • Indore : Two booked for extortion

    A 40-year-old man has registered a case against two persons for thrashing him after refusing to give money to them in Bhanwarkuan area on Friday.

  • No patient in JP Hospital’s isolation ward

    BHOPAL : Despite government initiative to ensure best treatment and qualified doctors, patients suffering from swine flu or dengue prefer private hospitals over government ones.

  • Students bring laurels to Army Public School

    Mhow : English and Hindi debate teams of Army Public School, Mhow competed with eight other Army Schools to clinch the title of Cluster-level Debate Competition and got selected for the prestigious Command-level.

  • New Zealand election ends in stalemate

    Wellington : The New Zealand general election ended in stalemate on Saturday with official results showing the minority New Zealand First (NZF) party in a position to play kingmaker and in no hurry to decide which major party it will support.

  • Ujjain : Man dies under suspicious circumstances

    Ujjain : The body of a man was found floating in a river near Sanwrakhedi bridge, Hariphatak on Saturday morning. According to Neelganga police, the deceased was identified as Salim Khan (40), a resident of Pingleshwar.

  • 3.5-magnitude earthquake rattles North Korea near N-test site

    Beijing  : A shallow 3.5-magnitude earthquake hit North Korea near the country’s nuclear test site on Saturday, US seismologists said, in what China’s seismic service said was a “suspected explosion”, but Seoul deemed a “natural earthquake”.

  • Ujjain : Ayush Gram project launched

    Ujjain : Ayush Gram, a project commenced by the Government of India and National Ayush Mission (NAM) to encourage traditional medical practices like Ayurveda, yoga and naturopathy, was launched in the presence of chief guest, energy minister Paras Jain at Unhel square on Saturday.

  • Our priority is development, not vote bank politics: Modi

    Shahanshahpur (UP) : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday lashed out at his political rivals, saying for the BJP, politics was not for the sake of votes as it considered the country’s development as the top-most priority.

  • No takers to build 32 lakh affordable flats

    New Delhi : The government is upset over the private developers and builders taking no interest in its Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) of building 32 lakh low-cost flats in cities and towns across the country.

  • Use water prudently to avoid shortage, mayor urges citizens

    Ujjain : Mayor Meena Jonwal along with members of the mayor-in-council, zone presidents, members of the water works committee and officials of Ujjain Municipal Corporation, paid obeisance at the temple of Bilkeshwar Mahadev near Gambhir dam, on Saturday as a mark of gratitude for the prevention of the imminent water crisis in the city.

  • Election Commission to review poll preparedness in Himachal

    Shimla : In the run up to the Himachal Pradesh assembly elections, Chief Election Commissioner A.K. Jyoti will be here along with his team for two days from Sunday to review the poll preparedness.

  • Man arrested with forged documents at Mumbai airport

    Mumbai : A 31-year-old man has been arrested by Sahar police for trvelling with submitting fake documents while trying to board a flight to the Middle East.

  • Britain’s May asks for transition deal after Brexit

    Florence (Italy) : British Prime Minister Theresa May has called for a two-year transition after Brexit in which Britain would largely maintain its current ties with Brussels, in a charm offensive intended to unlock stalled negotiations with the European Union.

  • Natural industry of oxygen project

    About 1400 students of more than two dozen schools planted saplings at Kalidas Sanskrit Academy under the natural industry of oxygen project. Municipal chairman Sonu Gehlot and host Rupantaran Samajik evam Jankalyan Sanstha chief Rajeev Pahwa were among those present.

  • Girl dies as canopy collapses on her

    Nazrin, 2, died on the spot while her maternal grandmother sustained severe injuries when a canopy of their house fell on her. This incident occurred at 4 pm on Saturday in Namdarpura area under the jurisdiction of Jiwajiganj police station. The injured woman has been admitted at the Civil Hospital. Neighbours informed that the house in question is a quite old and required repair, but the owner paid no heed to it which resulted

  • KV football: Guwahati, Varanasi, Silchar in last 8

    Mhow : On the second day of ongoing football tournament being played under the 48th Kendriya Vidhyalaya Sangathan National Sports meet here in Mhow, pre-quarter matches of Under-14 category were played.