Free Press Journal
  • Ujjain: Various equipment distributed to divyang persons

    Ujjain: Tricycle, wheelchair, artificial organs, callipers, hearing aids, stick, blind stick, etc, were distributed free of cost to divyang (disabled) persons during a camp organised by Ahmedabad-based Shri Bhagwan Mahavir Viklang Sahayata Samiti at haat bazaar here on Sunday.

  • Texas church shooting: Death toll rises to 27, shooter identified

    Washington: A single shooter walked into an US church in Texas and opened fire, leaving at least 27 worshippers dead and over two dozens injured, media reports said. The man responsible for the killing on Sunday has been identified as Devin Patrick Kelley, New York Times said.

  • Ujjain: Kartik Mela arrangements to be streamlined

    Ujjain: A special meeting was convened on Sunday at Grand Hotel under the chairmanship of deputy-commissioner Manoj Pathak to streamline various arrangements at the traditional Kartik Mela Ground. It was decided to improve light arrangements at the venue, particularly at parking lots. Allotment of 45 shops out of 453 will be done soon.

  • Ujjain: Regional science centre to be established in city

    Ujjain: A meeting convened by science and technology minister Umashankar Gupta and RSS Sah Sarkaryavah Suresh Soni on Sunday decided to establish a regional science centre in the city.

  • Indore: Lost password of UGC portal leaves DAVV students’ grievances unattended

    Indore: In a strange incident, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has been looking for the password of an important ID assigned by University Grants Commission (UGC) to the university for accessing online complaints concerning it. Despite hard efforts for past one-and-a-half-month, the password could not be retrieved, even as pendency of complaints seeking redressal witnessing a sharp increase.

  • Indore: Gambling den in bar near police station busted, 70 arrested with Rs 4.45 lakh

    Indore: A team of senior police officials busted a gambling den being operated in a bar and restaurant just 100 meters away from Rajendra Nagar police station on Sunday evening and arrested 70 persons including three managers of the bar with Rs 4.45 lakh cash. The bar owner is on the run and police are searching for him.

  • Indore: MCI prez urges govt to convert dist hospitals into medical colleges

    Indore: President of Medical Council of India (MCI), Dr Jayshree Mehta in a letter urged government to convert all district hospitals into medical colleges to provide better facilities to patients as well as a scope of practice to budding doctors. She was in city to attend annual state conference of Indian Medical Association (IMA) held at Hotel Radisson here on Saturday.

  • Indore: State witnesses highest number of ragging cases this year

    Indore: The tall claims of state government of making campuses of educational institutions ragging-free fall flat as Madhya Pradesh this year witnessed highest number of ragging incidents in past nine years. This year, so far, as many as 81 complaints of ragging from Madhya Pradesh have been registered with national anti-ragging helpline of University Grants Commission (UGC), reveals the national data on ragging.

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    Indore: Crime Round-Up: Youth injured in acid attack by woman

    Indore: A 28-year-old youth was attacked with acid by a woman at Indira Awaas Colony in Gandhi Nagar area on Saturday. According to police, victim Nandalal was attacked by a woman causing severe injuries and was rushed to MY Hospital for treatment. The victim’s relatives alleged that Nandalal went to a shop in front of the accused woman’s house when she asked for his help at her house. The victim knows the

  • Indore: Unravelling magnets and miracles to curious minds

    Indore: Unravelling mysteries of science to a large gathering of enthusiastic students in an event ‘Hidden Secrets of Science’ hosted by Free Press at Basketball Complex here on Sunday, key speaker professor Sumit Upamanyu explained how satellites are able to trace location on earth with accuracy and messages travel through GPS to drivers.

  • Bhopal: Residents demand capital punishment, public flogging for rapists

    Bhopal: Angry at the recent incident of gang rape of 19-year-old student in Bhopal, local residents have demanded punitive action including capital punishment against rapists. The people, Free Press talked to on Friday, said that rape is as heinous as murder. Talking to various TV channels, the female student who fell prey to four drunkards also demanded capital punishment against the culprits.

  • Bhopal: CM unaware of ‘women empowerment’ real meaning

    Bhopal: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan is unaware of actual meaning of Women Empowerment. Giving reservation to fair sex in politics and government job is not the criteria for it. The real empowerment is to ensure a safe and colourful world to women, said a few intellectuals while talking to Free Press.

  • Mumbai: Impotency rumour derails vaccination drive, civic body seeks divine intervention!

    Bhayandar: To achieve 100 percent immunisation coverage in the twin city, the health department of the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) recently launched an operation for the success of ‘Mission Indradhanush’. The intensive ‘Rainbow’ vaccination drive against seven life threatening diseases covering all partially or unvaccinated children aged 0 to 2 years of age and also pregnant women.

  • Bhopal: Kejriwal condemns CM for lack of MP’s progress

    Bhopal: Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday lashed out at BJP-led state government and said that chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has done little for MP’s progress.  “14 years is not a short period, if CM Shivraj Singh wanted, a new state would have been created. In last two and half years, Delhi has become a new state although we don’t have much support from (union) government,” Kejriwal said addressing a

  • Ramdas Athawale’s party to celebrate November 8 as ‘white money day’

    Nagpur: Union minister Ramdas Athawale’s RPI (A), an NDA ally, will observe the first anniversary of demonetisation on November 8 as the “white money day”. Athawale said he planned the initiative to thank Prime Minister Narendra Modi for targetting black money through ‘notebandi’ last year, wherein high value currencies of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 were withdrawn from circulation.

  • Mumbai: ‘Rude’ TC, confusion over seat spoils 73-yr-old woman’s train journey

    Mumbai: In an incident that shows the railways’ apathy towards senior citizens, a 73-year-old woman was asked to ‘adjust’ with a co-passenger in a single seat on a passenger train. What heightened her misery was the confusion caused by the railways, which had alloted her seats even though her ticket showed as a RAC (Reservation Against Cancellation) on the day of her journey.

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