Free Press Journal
  • Ujjain: Administration releases notice against 220 notorious elements

    Collector Manish Singh, on the recommendation of police department against, released notice against 220 notorious elements who consistently engaged in disruption the peace and unity of society. This notice is a warning and on any further act of defiance they will be prosecuted under National Security Act.
    Recently bunch of miscreants tried to shatter peace in Kajur wali Masjid area and afterwards at two different places similar incidents happened for which police had

  • Ujjain: MB Ojha released order of suspension against CMO Asha Bhandari

    Divisional Commissioner MB Ojha suspended Chief Municipal Officer of Banagar Asha Bhandari under MP Pradesh Civil Service Rules for her negligence and irresponsible behaviour towards job responsibilities and non compliance of senior’s order. During suspension period Asha Bhandari will report to Joint Director, Urban Administration Ujjain. She has been asked not to leave headquarter without permission.
    Collector Manish Singh made recommendation to MB Ojha for her suspension as she did not followed the

  • Ujjain: BJP MLA faces Karni Sena’s ire over his controversial statement

    Infuriated Rajput Karni Sena activists staged a demonstration in front of Ujjain South BJP MLA Mohan Yadav’s office here on Thursday in protest against his controversial statement. Yadav’s portraits were also beaten by shoes in Bhopal earlier in the day. MLA Mohan Yadav had reportedly said that the sawaran samaj (forward society) was being funded from foreign countries for their movement against enforcement of new SC-ST Prevention of Atrocities Act, 2018.

  • Ujjain: UMC to organise competitions to promote cleanliness

    Mayor Meena Jonwal convened a meeting on Thursday for organising competitions to promote cleanliness campaign across the city. Jonwal said that commoners should be connected with campaign by organising zone wise competitions. Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) will hold a jugad competition between September 22 and 28 for college-level students in which the contestants will make useful things from wasted items. An Indradhanush competition will be organised for college students from September 24-26.

  • Ujjain: BJP organising ‘Karyakarta Mahakumbh on tuesday at Bhopal

    Bharatiya Janata Party will be organising ‘Karyakarta Mahakumbh on Tuesday at Bhopal in which national president Amit Shah along with party top notch will address the members. Party workers from every nook and corner of state will participate in the event scheduled at Jamboori Maidan, Bhopal.

  • Ujjain: Around one lakh Brahmins attend Mahakumbh tomorrow

    Akhil Bharatiya Brahmin Samaj will organise ‘Mahakumbh’ on Friday in which around one lakh community members are expected mark their presence. It is for the first time that Brahmins from all over the country are gathering in city in such a huge number. Addressing a press conference, organiser Pt Ravi Shukla, convener Pt Rameshwar Dubey, president Surendra Chaturvedi and advisory committee president Pt Ramesh Chandra Pandya informed that the main aim

  • Ujjain: Festivals to be celebrated with harmony & peace, says Peace Committee

    In connection with arrangements for upcoming festivals like Muharram, Dol Gyaras and Anant Chaturdashi, a meeting of the Peace Committee was held here at Police Control Room, on Wednesday. Collector Manish Singh and SP Sachin Atulkar said that these festivals would be celebrated with peace and harmony as per the glorious tradition of the city.

  • Ujjain: Ganesha festival celebration continues with fervor

    City is being dipped in the colours of Ganeshaotsav. Several social groups has placed the Ganesha idol at different locations across the city and also organising cultural programmes everyday as a tribute to lord Ganesha.  Maharashtra Community Ujjaini Ganeshotsav Samiti organised a quiz competition during Ganesha festival celebrations. RSS organiser Vinay Dixit, Shreepad Joshi and Vibhash Upadhyay were present during programme.

  • Ujjain: Parshavnath society members file plaint against coloniser, civic body’s colony cell

    Prashavnath Society members registered complaint against coloniser and municipal corporation colony cell in recently held jansunwai of Municipal Commissioner. Society Director Vijay Jain and Vijay Bambori submitted a letter in janunwai to municipal commissioner and held that electricity, water and sewage facilities have not been installed by the developer till date.

  • Ujjain: Digamber Jain community celebrate Paryushan as Dhoop Dashami, uttam sanyam worship on wednesday

    Digamber Jain community will celebrate 6 th day of festival Paryushan as Dhoop Dashami and worship uttam sanyam on Wednesday.
    According to community secretary Sachin Kasliwal all Jain temples will be decorated specially on this day and tableaus on various religious subjects will be exhibited. Kasliwal said that Jain seers Vidaksha, Meena didi and Sadhana didi insisted on sanyam (patience) in their sermons Tuesday. They explained sanyam as suppression of individual senses and

  • Ujjain: Cash, jewellery stolen from train passenger recovered

    Railway protection force (RPF) recovered the bag of a woman passenger containing Rs 1.98 lakh cash and jewelries which was stolen during her journey in Avantika express near Godhara from the fellow passengers Pradeep Jain and Sapana Jain. Rupali Jaiswal, lodged a report on RPF’s toll free number that her bag containing valuables and jewelries has been stolen from the coach B-1 of the train.
    Consequently on duty RPF cops started dense searching

  • Ujjain: Patwari sentenced with 3 year RI, Rs 40 lakh fine

    The court of Justice LD Solanki, found Patwari Abdul Hafiz Ansari son of Abdul Rauk Ansari guilty in corruption case and sentenced him to 3 years of rigorous imprisonment (RI) along with fine of Rs 40 lakh, which is highest fine till date in any case at headquarter.He has been convicted under section 13(1) E, 13(2) of Prevention of Corruption Act. Deputy director administration Dr Saket Vyas informed that lokayukta police