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  • Ujjain: Collector takes heritage walk from Mahakal to Harsiddhi temple

    Madhya Pradesh Government has issued directive to revive city’s heritage in order to attract more tourists to the state. Collector Manish Singh along with senior officials of tourism department conducted a heritage walk from Mahakaleshwar temple to Harsiddhi temple. Tourism development corporation has made a pact with private company for heritage development. Manish Singh directed the company officials to make arrangements for the promotion of city’s history and monumental heritage and its

  • Vishal Jadon: A genius and a patriot

    Ujjain: It is said that genius are born once in a while however when a genius turn into a patriot then a country’s prosperity and integrity is assured. Vishal Jadon, an Ujjainite, truly falls into that category. Though he belongs to a non-engineering background nevertheless this man has incredible knack of conjuring up many state-of-the-art and advanced innovations with minimal resources which are labeled as junk otherwise. Free Press spoke to him

  • Ujjain: Congress seeks support for bandh, takes out rally

    Akhil Bharatiya Congress Committee gave a Bharat bandh call over hike in fuel prices and alleged corruption in Rafael deal.  District Congress committee urged businessmen, public transporters, schools and petrol pumps to shut their work to protest against the issues associated with public interest. District Congress head (urban) Mahesh Soni and rural head Kamal Patel instructed party workers to persuade the city dwellers to support the bandh.

  • Ujjain: Illicit liquor seized, says MP excise department

    MP excise department started a drive against liquor peddlers, raided many areas including Kalbhairav temple area and Mahakal area and seized illicit liquor. Hotel owner and 7 women tourists were also booked for sale and consumption of illegal alcohol.
    Liquor worth more than Rs 61000 was seized and accused Vinod Malviya and his 3 accomplices were booked in Kalbhairav area. The department also seized 11 liters of raw wine along with 220 kg

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    World Suicide Prevention Day 2018: Jiah Khan to Chester Bennington – Celebrities who shocked everyone by ending their life

    There can be many reasons which can drive people to commit suicide. Mental disturbances like depression, anxiety, fear, nervousness, defeat, lack of confidences are the some of the reasons why people commit suicide. Hence, in 2003, the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP), collaborated with the World Health Organization (WHO) and the World Federation for Mental Health (WFMH) to spread awareness to prevent suicides.

  • Rajiv Gandhi killers: Tamil Nadu Cabinet recommends their release

    Chennai: The Tamil Nadu Cabinet chaired by Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami on Sunday resolved to recommend to the Governor the release of seven life convicts in the former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi assassination case using its powers under Article 161 of the Constitution. The development comes against the backdrop of the Supreme Court recently conveying that the mercy application of Perarivalan, one of the seven convicts, could be examined by the

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    Bharat Bandh: MNS is in, Shiv Sena is out

    Mumbai: Except for the ruling BJP and its ally, the Shiv Sena, all major political parties, including the Left and the Raj Thackeray-led Maharashtra Navnirman Sena, have extended their support to a call for Bharat bandh given by the Congress for Monday.

  • Ram Mandir, Rafale not discussed in BJP’s national executive meeting

    New Delhi: For a party that is boastful of ruling at the Centre for another 55 years, post 2019, the BJP seems to be shy of discussing contentious issues. Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar abruptly ended a press conference, held to brief the media on the national executive, when asked about the Ram Mandir, saying it was not in the resolution, nor discussed.

  • Mumbai: Missing HDFC Vice President’s body found, four suspects detained

    Mumbai: In a breakthrough, the NM Joshi Marg police have detained four persons in connection with the missing HDFC Vice President Siddharth Sanghvi, who was possibly murdered, it is claimed. (On Thursday, Sanghvi’s car was found abandoned in Navi Mumbai with blood stains on the rear seat.)

  • 7 wounded including 2 British tourists in Paris knife attack: source

    Paris: Seven people including two British tourists were wounded Sunday in Paris after they were attacked by a man armed with a knife and an iron bar, according to police and other sources. A source close to the inquiry said the suspect has been arrested and is believed to be an Afghan national. “Nothing at this stage shows signs of a terrorist nature in these assaults,” the sources said, adding that the

  • Sweden general election may swing Far Right way

    Stockholm : The Swedish general election were underway on Sunday across the country amid uncertainty about the extent of the predicted rise of the far right.

  • BJP WANTS TO WIN IN EVERY POLLING BOOTH

    New Delhi : BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad, who briefed the press on the national executive deliberations, said BJP President Amit Shah spoke in the concluding session just before PM Modi, pointed out that the party has already mapped 9 crore party workers. This corpus of party workers alone will guarantee 30 crore votes as each has three-four members in his family.

  • England hold edge over India

    Jadeja hits unbeaten 86 runs to help visitors post 292 but hosts take 154-run lead on Day 3

  • CoA may discuss England tour with coach Shastri

    New Delhi : The Committee of Administrators (CoA) in all likelihood will have a discussion with chief coach Ravi Shastri on Indian team’s below par show in England.