Free Press Journal
  • CBI files chargesheet in Unnao rape case

    New Delhi : The Central Bureau of Investigation on Saturday filed a chargesheet against five accused in the death case of the father of a minor girl who was allegedly raped last year in Unnao, Uttar Pradesh.

  • Professors’ agitation enters day 3

    Ujjain : Professors continued their agitation for the third consecutive on Saturday to implement the 7th pay commission as per UGC scales.

  • BJP for continuing with Gov’s rule in J&K: Ram Madhav

    New Delhi: BJP General Secretary Ram Madhav on Saturday rejected reports that his party was working to form a government in Jammu and Kashmir with rebel PDP MLAs and said that it was for continuing with Governor’s rule in the state in the interest of peace, governance and development. His comments on Twitter came after former state chief minister and National Conference leader Omar Abdullah tweeted a news report that claimed that

  • Congress booth level training camp held

    Ujjain : A Congress south assembly constituency organised a booth level training camp on Saturday at Pujari parisar, ChintamanJawasiya. Jawaharlal Nehru leadership institute trainer Ajay Katare imparted training to BLA, sector incharge, Bloc in charge, and booth committee members. Programme coordinator UmeshSingh Sengar informed that during the training,knowledge about how voting is done during election, voting machine sealing procedures, new procedures of Voter Verifiable Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT) were given to members. Manohar

  • Air quality monitoring machines installed in Mahakaleshwar Temple

    Ujjain : Following the instructions of the collector and Mahakaleshwar Prabandh Samiti president Manish Singh, the pollution control division has installed ambient air quality monitoring machines at two places to collect data of air quality in the ‘garbhgrah’ of the Mahakaleshwar temple. Withthese machines concentration of particles will be measured during the time of Bhasma-aarti. Monitoring will be done for 24 hours, following which a report will be submitted to the collector.

  • Ujjain to be home to first Central lab in State

    Ujjain : The first Central Laboratory in the State will be opened in Charak hospital, adding to the Government’s efforts to improve health infrastructure in the State.The Health department, after inspection on Wednesday, cleared the way to open the laboratory in the hospital. At least 47 different tests can be done at a time in the highly advanced laboratory.

  • Jobs for MIT, MITM students

    Ujjain : Students of the Mahakal Institute of Technology group’s MIT and MITM college, Bachelor of Engineering mechanical branch students got placed in multinational companies auto components manufacturing companies Venkatesh Automobiles and Atharv Foundry private limited following a campus placement drive. While, Anup Gupta, Pankaj Yadav, Aniket Namdev, Shimodra Joshi, Manas Sharma, Jai Shembekar were placed in the Barve group, Ashish Sharma, Amit Pal, Devesh Gehlot, Akshay Rathore, Utkrasht Nigam got placement in

  • To avoid time wastage, Railways opens doors for contractual hiring

    New Delhi: To avoid the time-consuming railway recruitment board route, Indian Railways has opened the doors for contractual engagement in certain categories against existing vacancies to tide over shortage of staff in some key areas.

  • Nitish Kumar: Destined to be perpetual No.2?

    The aphorism ‘know thyself’ was explained by Greek philosopher Socrates as a phrase which referred to an “unexamined life”. The renewed rumours about Nitish Kumars future plans provoke queries as to whether the Bihar Chief Minister has closely examined his life in politics.

  • Leader of opposition demands holding MIC meeting

    Ujjain : Leader of opposition RajendraVashishtha alleged that development works in the city were on hold because the Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) was not taking any decision in the matter. He also saidmeetings of members of mayor-in-council (MIC) were not being held regularly and that was the main reason for not taking important decisions in this respect. Vashishtha wrote a letter to municipal commissioner Pratibha Pal and demanded to hold regularly meetings