Free Press Journal
  • Ujjain: Applicants to now select houses after online registration

    Ujjain: Ujjain Development Authority (UDA) chairman Jagdish Agrawal held a time limit meeting on Wednesday and instructed that 173 buildings of the UDA will be made available for selection only after a registration of Rs 1000 is done online. Confirmation of registration will be done after the applicant deposits 10 percent of the value of the building.

  • Ujjain: Health employees demand travel allowance

    Ujjain: Health employees demanded payment of travel allowance (TA) to the CMHO, which has not been released for the past four years to employees working in the field, under many schemes of the government.

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    Mumbai Metro to run on power produced by Vikharan solar power plant

    Mumbai: Mumbai metro will run with the power produced from Vikharan solar power plant, the same village from where farmer Dharma Patil gave up hiw life for fare compensation of his land. The state government has signed an agreement to purchase 50 mega watt solar power that will produce from 250+250 mega watt (Mw) solar plant.

  • Mumbai: Central Railway to have 288 escalators for all stations

    Mumbai: In a bid to provide better facilities to the commuters, soon the Central Railway (CR) will be installing 288 escalators at all the railway stations. A senior railway official said they have identified 93 feasible locations for escalators on existing foot over bridges (FOBs) in the suburban section and have kept a target of installing 214 escalators by March 2019.

  • IPL 2018: Top 5 takeaways from Rajasthan Royals’ rain-affected win over Delhi Daredevils

    Halla Bol!, Halla Bol! Yes, Rajasthan Royals made a stunning return to the Indian Premier League (IPL) after serving the two-year suspension and defeated Delhi Daredevils by 10 runs in a rain-affected tie. Royals were not perfect in the match but got the better of Delhi, who are still finding their best combination and were somewhat affected by the rain interruption.

  • Mumbai: All 500 law candidates fail BMC’s entrance exam

    Mumbai: The legal department of the BMC has been facing an acute staff crunch for the last few years and to fill the 16 vacant posts, entrance exams were held recently. Interestingly, all the 500 candidates who appeared for the entrance exams in September 2017 failed to  get the required pass  percentage.

  • Maharashtra government defends plastic ban by citing deaths of whale, cows

    Mumbai: The Environment Department of Maharashtra government on Wednesday defended its decision to ‘ban’ the use or sale of plastic by citing deaths of a whale and a cow. The government also highlighted the impact of plastic on the environment and also on human beings as well as animals.

  • IPL 2018: Cauvery turmoil forces BCCI to shift CSK home games to Pune

    New Delhi: The Cauvery water dispute on Wednesday forced the BCCI to shift Chennai Super Kings’ remaining home games to Pune as the state administration expressed inability to ensure adequate security arrangements for the Indian Premier League (IPL) matches.

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    Sandeep Singh shares throwback picture when India had won Azlan Shah cup

    Sandeep Singh on whose life upcoming film ‘Soorma’ is based feels that giving his best and winning for his country has always been his no 1 aim in life. Sandeep Singh aka Flicker Singh has shared a throwback moment from his life when India had won Azlan Shah cup after 13 long years On 12th April 2009.

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    Don’t Complicate Your Relationships

    Human relationships are infinitely complex and tricky to manage and hence they need immence  patience, understanding, acceptance, acknowledgement and engagement. We are living in a world  where most of the people are caught up in their own lives and their problems which, to them, are  big issues.

  • PM to lead BJP fast on blockade

    New Delhi : Three days after Rahul Gandhi led a symbolic 5-hour Congress fast at Rajghat here for peace and harmony, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will go on a day-long fast here on Thursday, with the BJP MPs in own constituencies, against what they call Parliament’s blockade by the Congress in the second part of the budget session that ended last Friday.

  • Rain plays spoilsport

    Jaipur : After getting thrashed by Sunrisers Hyderabad in their opening match of the Indian Premier League 2018, Rajasthan Royals were disturbed by the rains. In their second match against Delhi Daredevils, the rains played spoilsport as it lashed the Sawai Mansigh Stadium here on Wednesday night at the time of going to the press.