Free Press Journal
  • Ujjain: Students of Govt Kalidas girls’ PG College stage protests

    Ujjain: Students of Government Kalidas girls’ postgraduate college locked the dilapidated college building located in Milkypura area, on Wednesday and staged a protest demanding shifting the college to its new building, as the building where the college is presently being run by the government, is in a precarious condition.

  • Ujjain: Congress kicks-off ‘jan jagaran yatra’ to counter BJP ‘sham’

    Ujjain: To counter BJP’s ‘jan ashirwad yatra’, undertaken by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan ahead of Assembly electrions-2018, the Congress party kicked-off its jan jagaran yatra from Tarana tehsil of the district on Wednesday, under the leadership of Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) president Kamal Nath.

  • Ujjain: MTMC gears up for Mahakal sawaris during shravan month

    Ujjain: As the holy month of shravan draws close, the Mahakaleshwar Temple Management Committee (MTMC) has started preparations for holding traditional sawaris of Lord Mahakal. The MTMC also issued schedules of sawaris to be taken out in the month of shravan and bhadav according to the Hindu calendar.

  • Ujjain: Hindhu Gauraksha Mahasabha submits memorandum

    Ujjain: The police team which seized a consignment truck carrying 2000 pieces of raw cow leather at Mullapura railway crossing on Tuesday was helped by the Akhil Bharatiya Gauraksha Mahasabha, which played a big role in the operation.

  • Ujjain: Police confiscate truck carrying 2000 pieces of raw cow leather

    Ujjain: A police team comprising crime branch and Mahakal police station officers, during a search operation caught a truck carrying cow leather on Tuesday. Police seized the truck near Mullapura railway crossing and recovered 2000 pieces of raw cow leather during the search operation from inside the truck. They seized the truck along with three persons on the spot and interrogated them.

  • Ujjain: Hindu organisations condemns Nagda murder case, demand police action

    Ujjain: Office bearers of Hindu organisations unanimously condemned inaction on the part of the police in the Hitesh Chouhan murder case and demanded immediate action against the accused. The office bearers of organisations gheraoed police station on Tuesday.

  • Ujjain: Akhand Hindu Sena call for shutdown on Thursday

    Ujjain: Akhand Hindu Sena, whichhas been demanding that Ujjain be given the ‘holy city’ status for long, has called for a shutdown on Thursday. Sena members said Ujjain has been considered a religious city since ancient times and it is also popular around the world as a spiritual and religious destination.

  • Ujjain: Congress to launch Jan Jagaran Abhiyan

    Ujjain: Retaliating against the BJP’s Jan Ashirwad Yatra, Congress will start its Jan Jagran Abhiyan (campaign) Yatra from Wednesday. The Congress spokesperson said Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) acting president Jitu Patwari will lead the campaign, which will be inaugurated by Congress State president Kamal Nath from Tarana. The yatra will reach Ratlam via Ujjain and cover all assembly seats.

  • Ujjain: 1400 students of Sarafa School shifted to dilapidated building

    Ujjain: Government issued order to transfer 1400 students of Sarafa Girls School to dilapidated building near Chardham temple. The education department has issued an order to transfer 1400 students of the Government Girls Higher Secondary school from Maharajwada School building to a nearby dilapidated building at Chardham Mandir.

  • Ujjain: High Court reprimands state government

    Ujjain: A single and double bench of Indore High Court has issued an order for auction of the Binod mill land. The money that will be received from the auction will be used to pay a 67 crore claim amount to mill employees.

  • Aiming for a Utopian society: Ujjain’s Karma group

    Ujjain: Mountains can be moved if one has an overwhelming desire to achieve goals and if that goal means serving humanity, for some there can be no looking backwards. The Karma Group, a bunch of young professionals and students taking up various noble social issues concerning our city in order to serve deprived, persecuted and bereaved lot, is a fine example.