Free Press Journal
  • Ujjain: Five ‘divyang’ women players to be awarded during T-10 cricket tourney

    Ujjain: Collector Sanket Bhondve on Friday reviewed preparations for the ‘T-10 Visionary Cricket Tournament’ to be held on the Polytechnic College playground on March 25. He instructed the officers concerned to accomodate players near the playground. Simultaneously, the health department will provide all necessary health facilities for the players.

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    Check out! Sumeet Vyas’ never seen before Dj Rock-esh in High Jack

    The first stoner comedy film of Bollywood has released an image, introducing Sumeet Vyas their main character of the film as DJ Rakesh. Sumeet is a digital sensation and has played various characters which were loved by the audience. He is someone who is a part to bring the change in the digital contents in India.

  • Ujjain: Sindhu Mela venue changed to Dussehra Maidan

    Ujjain: The Sindhu Mela organised by the Sindhu Seva Samiti on Sunday at Tower Chowk will be now organised at Dussehra Maidan. In the programme beginning at 7 pm on Dussehra Maidan, renowned comedians Sunil Paul, Ehsan Qureshi, Ashok Mishra and film singer Hansika Bhatia will give performances.

  • Ujjain: Paras Jain accused of black marketing ration

    Ujjain: The public’s outrage was clearly visible in the Nagar Sampark Abhiyan held by the Congress. The public made serious allegations against Energy minister Paras Jain of black marketing ration. They said ration shops were not getting ration on time and shop operators were being protected by Jain for black marketing ration. Local residents said Jain became minister after winning the elections but did not enquire about the needs of people at

  • Ujjain: Workshop on research techniques concludes

    Ujjain: A two day workshop on research techniques organised by Dr Ambedkar Peeth ended on Friday. Presiding over the concluding session Prof HP Singh said there were three standards of high level research – honesty, hard work and conscientiousness and these basics of research trilogy helps the researcher to move towards subject specialization. He said

  • Ujjain: Kasturba Gandhi School – A ray of hope for the girl child

    Ujjain: State Government run Kasturba Gandhi Girls School is a fine example of a school encouraging the girl child pursue scholastic intentions as well as shaping up their lives to make a place for themselves in society. Here, those girls who have left school or are non-entrant, live and study after class 5, under the residential bridge course.

  • Delhi: Women journalist accuses cop of molestation during JNU protest march

    New Delhi: A woman journalist on Friday filed a complaint against Delhi Cantt Station House Officer, saying a police official molested her during a JNU protest march. According to a tweet by Delhi Police, further enquiry of the complaint by the woman will be handled by the vigilant branch.

  • Bhopal: The Caretaker, Kinu Kaharer Thetar win praise

    Bhopal: The Caretaker, a Hindi play directed by Raj Bisariya was staged at Ravindra Bhawan on Friday as part of 8th Theatre Olympics. The play is based on English play by same name written by British playwright Harold Pinter.

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    Jammu and Kashmir: Two militants killed in encounter at Anantnag district

    Anantnag (Jammu and Kashmir): At least two terrorists were gunned down in an encounter that broke out between security personnel and terrorists in Anantnag’s Dooru area. The encounter began late Friday night, which continued for quite some time.

  • Bhopal: Police asked out of context questions: Priti’s relatives

    Bhopal: It has been a week but police have not registered FIR about suicide committed by PWD minister Rampal Singh’s daughter in-law Priti Raghuvanshi. Priti committed suicide on intervening night of last Friday-Saturday after minister fixed engagement of his son Girijesh Singh to some other girl. After being upset, she hanged herself at parent’s house.

  • Bhopal: ‘MP’s growth rate creates several opportunities for Israel’

    Bhopal: The Indo-Israel cooperation in fields like smart city development, innovative technologies, defence, water management are on rise after the biggest-ever business delegation from Israel visited India along with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, said Israel’s counsel general Ya’akov Finkelstein while talking to Free Press during his recent visit to Madhya Pradesh.

  • Facebook data breach: Facebook slapped with four legal lawsuits

    New York : Social networking giant Facebook has been slapped with four legal lawsuits within a week amid claims that UK-based analytical firm Cambridge Analytica is accused of harvesting millions of users’ data from Facebook.

  • Bhopal: Yoga centers for gas survivors fail to serve purpose

    Bhopal:  Yoga training centers meant for the gas tragedy victims have failed to serve the very purpose. Instead of running classes for the gas survivors, these centers are being used for activities other than yoga. In once such center, a college has come up in the building allotted for it, while in another complex the authorities are using a room to store books and literature.

  • Bhopal: Police queries had nothing to do with suicide says parents

    Bhopal: It has been a week but police have not registered FIR about suicide committed by PWD minister Rampal Singh’s daughter in-law Priti Raghuvanshi. Priti committed suicide on intervening night of last Friday-Saturday after minister fixed engagement of his son Girijesh Singh to some other girl. After being upset, she hanged herself at parent’s house.

  • #DeleteFacebook: Elon Musk deletes SpaceX, Tesla Facebook pages

    Los Angeles: Verified Facebook pages of SpaceX and Tesla disappeared on Friday, minutes after Elon Musk responded to a comment on Twitter calling for him to take down his rocket company SpaceX, electric carmaker Tesla and his own official pages in support of the #DeleteFacebook movement.

  • Indore: Inmates learn ‘come what may, keep smiling’

    Indore: Helping correction centre inmates recover from tough times with positivity and peace, yoga instructors Manish Sethi and Bhawna Soni organised a week-long seminar to teach them art of living at the centre concluding on Friday.