Free Press Journal
  • Ujjain: MCMC cell inspected

    Public relations commissioner (CPR) P Narhari inspected the media certification and media monitoring committee (MCMC) room and gave necessary instructions to the officials. He also took the stock of arrangements made there for monitoring of paid news and advertisement being published through print media and electronic media.

  • Ujjain: RSS women, student wing take out path-sanchalan

    Hundreds of women belonging to different frontal organisations of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) took out path sanchalan (route march) from main thoroughfares on Sunday evening under the banner of Rashtra Sevika Samiti. Similarly, two separate path sanchalan by student volunteers of the Sangh were taken out from other localities.

  • Indore: Five molestation and teasing cases in 24 hours

    Five cases of molestation and sexual harassment were reported in last 24 hours in the city. Some of the accused were arrested.  The first incident took place in Khajrana on Saturday. The woman, a resident of Ujjain, lodged a complaint that she had come to meet his son in Khajrana when her minor daughter was abducted by a youth named Akhtar of South Toda. He took her to his rented accommodation in

  • Indore: Acting on MPCC plaint, cops file case

    Acting on a complaint of violation of model code of conduct by Madhya Pradesh Congress’ Committee Secretary Rakesh Singh Yadav, city police, on Sunday, have booked the Mandal president of BJP Suresh Singh in Kshipra Police Station for using minor students in political rally.

  • Indore to be among top 5 cities in five years, says CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan

    Seeking another chance to form government in the state, chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said Indore will be developed as one of the top five cities in the world. He stated this during his Jan Ashirwad Yatra, which passed through seven out of nine assembly constituencies in Indore district on Sunday. The yatra, which reached Indore district in the morning, started from Mhow assembly constituency, which national BJP general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya

  • Indore: Rally in support of Sabarimala Temple rituals organised

    A peaceful rally in support of religious practices prevailing in Sabrimala Temple was organsied by followers and devotees of Lord Ayyappa which started from Ayyappa Temple in Mahalaxmi Nagar and travelled to Satya Sai Square and concluded at the temple premises on Sunday.

  • Indore: Over 1500 take part in Pinkathon

    More than 1500 people ran for spreading awareness about breast cancer and to convey message of ‘Fit women, Fit nation,’ during Pinkathon organised in city on Sunday morning. Indore was among 63 cities where Pinkathon was organised.

  • Indore: Indoreans come forward to support Aahar tem-plate

    In a nation where 100 million fail to have even one meal a day, Aahar application tries to deliver food to the needy in city. Hardly anyone gives a second thought before discarding the leftover or extra food after party ends. But with this application there is hope to save food for the needy. Under it, volunteers of Robin Hood Army collect food and distribute it to needy in slum areas.

  • Bhopal: Hail, rain lash Rewa,Umaria

    Hailstorm coupled with rains lashed various districts of Eastern MP on Sunday. All of a sudden, weather changed and rained and hail stones lashed Sirmaur area in Rewa. Baikunthpur also experienced the rain and hailstorm in the evening time. In Umaria, nearly 50 villages were affected with hailstorm and rain in the evening.

  • Bhopal: ‘Include cancellation of professors’ recruitment in your manifesto’

    The activists who have been raising voice constantly against irregularities in professors’ recruitment exam are now approaching the political parties to include the issue in their manifestos.  An activist DP Singh has met Congress, Aam Admi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party leaders to include the issue in their election manifestos. “I have also written to the key leaders of the parties besides meeting them to ask them to cancel the professors recruitment,

  • Bhopal: Police cane-charge leaves 30 injured

    Nearly 30 devotees were injured after police resorted to lathi-charge during Durga idol immersion in Vidisha. Police blamed the disputes between the two Hindu outfits for intra-community tension during the procession of over 280 tableaux in the city.  Police have registered case violation of Model Code of Conduct (MCI) against Hindi Utsav Samiti president Sanjeev Sharma and others. ASP Vinod Kumar Singh will probe the entire episode.

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    Bhopal: BMC corporators stake claim for assembly tickets

    Corporators of the Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) from the major parties, congress and the Bharatiya janata party (BJP) are lobbying for the tickets to turn their dreams of making it to the state assembly into reality. This is not the first time when corporators have made it big in state and national politics, as the sitting mayor, sitting parliamentarian and two ministers, who come from Bhopal have once been corproators. If allotted

  • Bhopal: BJP leaders to confer with Ramlal on ticket distribution

    The leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) who have been deliberating over distribution of tickets to party candidates for several days for the upcoming assembly election will put up a report before the national organising secretary Ramlal on Monday.  They will also meet RSS members and take feedback on party’s preparations for election. Ramlal, CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan and many other leaders will make a blueprint for party’s central election committee

  • Bhopal: Sindhi community demands six seats from Congress, BJP

    At the state-level Sindhi community convention held by Sindhi Central Panchayat in Sindhu Bhavan on Sunday- the Sindhi community has demanded six Vidhan Sabha seats: Bhopal (Huzur), Indore-4, Katni, Jabalpur (cant), Satna, Dewas, Gwalior (south) from Congress and BJP in coming Vidhan Sabha elections.

  • Police Commemoration Day: ‘Neither compassionate appointment nor Rs.1 crore allotted’

    Bhopal: Whereas the chief secretary BP Singh on the occasion of Police Commemoration Day celebration claimed, “The satisfaction present on the faces of the deceased family shows that they are satisfied with the government efforts’on the other hand the family members are having many problems which are not sorted out till date.”

  • MP Assembly Elections 2018: Tis time to devise policy to facilitate Muslim representation

    According to Census 2011, Muslims formed 6.57 per cent of Madhya Pradesh’s population. This means that the 230-strong Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha should have at least 15 Muslim members. However, current Vidhan Sabha has just one.  Representation to minorities in elective institutions is, to some extent, a universal problem. The situation in European countries and the USA is somewhat better in this respect.

  • MP Assembly Elections 2018: Development is top on youth agenda

    Indore: When it comes to “their” vote, this single ballot may not mean much in the Big Picture but in reality, that single vote can determine the fortune of stalwarts and at times the equation of government formation. Understanding their responsibilities as voters, youngsters are considering every aspect of development and proposals made by the candidates.

  • MP Assembly Elections 2018: Riding the social media crest

    Sendhwa: In a one of its kind initiative to encourage voters to exercise their franchise, the district administration used messages in Malawi dialect which said, “amu akha manasya kaka baba nu poriya, vote nakhne chalasu.”  An initiative has been taken to make voters aware of the importance of vote under the Systematic Voters’ Education and Electoral Participation (SVEEP) Plan.

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