Free Press Journal
  • Ujjain: Seminar, discussion on World Forestry Day

    Ujjain: A seminar and a discussion programme was organised by the forest division on Wednesday to mark the occasion of World Forestry Day during which many NGOs and Ujjainites took up the responsibility of protecting and maintaining saplings planted by the forest department on the banks of river Kshipra.

  • Ujjain: UMC employees stage ‘dharna’ over regularisation

    Ujjain: Employees of Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) have been staging ‘dharna’ at the main gate of the UMC for the past 13 days at a stretch were addressed by mentor Ramchandra Korat who said despite the orders of the CM Shivrajsingh Chouhan on regularising the employees, officials of the UMC tangled the issue and had failed to take any action in the matter.

  • Ujjain: Nav Samvat-Nav Vichar organises lecturer session

    Ujjain: A lecture session was organised by Nav Samvat-Nav Vichar organisation in Kalidas Academy on Wednesday. Secretary of the organisation Dr Dinesh Jain informed that social worker and thinker Navinbhai Acharya was the key orator who addressed the audience and gave his views on nature preservation. He said ‘nature is beautifully described in Vedas.’ Vedas teach us to preserve water and land, he added.

  • Bhopal: Light make-up is the new bridal trend

    Bhopal: The handmade kundan jewellery and lehenga with gotta- patti and zardosi work, which film actress Deepika Padukone wore in movie Padmaavat are in demand.

  • Bhopal: Sakha Ram Binder’ questions societal norms

    Bhopal:  The 8th Theatre Olympics being underway here is giving theatre enthusiasts an opportunity of lifetime to be able to watch plays from all around the world.

  • Bhopal: Preeti’s kin made to sit in police stn till 1.30 am, alleges LoP

    Bhopal: Leader of Opposition (LoP) Ajay Singh on Wednesday accused police of harassing family members of Preeti Raghuvanshi, daughter-in-law of PWD minister Rampal Singh. Government power is being used to hush up the case, alleged Singh claiming that the Preeti’s family is terrified as they are receiving threats.

  • Indore: Dancing down the journey called life

    Indore: Receiving Inspiring Women award for social contribution, fitness expert Aarti Maheshwari motivated women to take up all the challenges that come across life and follow their dreams. Apart from this recognition, she has received various other awards conferred by different communities including Maheshwari and Agrawal samaj during the week.

  • Indore: Direct Recruitment under Model Service Rule in medical colleges

    Indore: Amid controversy in direct recruitment in medical colleges under Model Service Rule-2018 across the state, the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College administration has scheduled the interviews for vacant posts of assistant and associate professors on March 23. The decision of rescheduling the interview has been taken after discussion with the Additional Chief Secretary, Medical Education Radheshyam Julinia through video conferencing on Wednesday.

  • Indore: Medical varsity takes exam fees twice from 123 MBBS students

    Indore: As many as 123 students of MBBS first prof in Mahatma Gandhi Medical College have been facing difficulty in getting their examination fees back as they had deposited the fees twice. Some of them are facing tough time as they had borrowed money from others to fill up the forms.

  • Ujjain: Navkar Upadhi Alankaran Samaroh organised

    Ujjain: ‘Navkar Upadhi Alankaran Samaroh’ (felicitation ceremony) was organised in Kalidas Academy to felicitate Mahavir Tapobhumi Digamber Jain Tirth and its office bearers with the ‘Navkar Gourav’ title for its special contribution to the progress of the nation and community. Organiser Vinaya Ashok Luniya said the programme was organised in memory of social worker Ashok Luniya, on his first death anniversary.

  • Ujjain: Asha workers, Sahayogini Mahasangh hold state level meet

    Ujjain: A state level meeting of Asha workers and Sahayogini Mahasangh, was held at Narsing Gaht. During the meet, several issues related to remuneration, misbehaviour with Asha workers and insurance facility for them were discussed.

  • Ujjain: Nav Samvat-Nav Vichar organises poet symposium

    Ujjain: A poet symposium was organised by Nav Samvat Nav Vichar organisation. Head of the organisation, Dr Yogesh Sharma and secretary Dr Dinesh Jain informed that the symposium was attended by prominent persons of the city.

  • Ujjain: Wheat prices drop as Bhavantar scheme benefits denied to farmers

    Ujjain: Commotion prevailed at Krishi Upaj Mandi on Tuesday morning as wheat prices dropped from Rs 2100 per quintal to Rs 1700-1800 per quintal. Angry farmers stopped the auction by creating a ruckus. They even closed the mandi gates and created a traffic jam on Agar road.

  • Ujjain: Youth dies due to unavailability of doctors at civil hospital

    Ujjain: A youth met with an accident at Dewas Road after his bike collided with a loading ‘magic’ vehicle on Monday night. The youth was severely injured in the accident and admitted to the civil Hospital, where he later died due to lack of treatment and unavailability of doctors.

  • Bhopal: Hunger allegedly claims life of labourer’s child

    Bhopal: Hunger allegedly claimed life of a two-year-old girl in Bhind district. Ailing daughter of a daily wage labourer died while undergoing treatment in district hospital on Monday.

  • Bhopal: SEIAA empowered to act against violators

    Bhopal: The State Environment Impact Assessment Authority (SEIAA) has been empowered to act against those violating the environmental norms.

  • Bhopal: Fire engulfs factory in Govindpura

    Bhopal: A major fire gutted a factory located at industrial area in Govindpura on Tuesday. The blaze, which started in the wee hours continued till 11 am. More than seven water tankers of Bhopal Municipal Corporation and BHEL were sent to douse the fire.

  • Bhopal: Rape accused thrashes victim to withdraw case

    Bhopal: Ashoka Garden police have booked a man for thrashing a woman who had leveled charges of rape against him while the accused was mounting pressure on her to withdraw the case. The issue is six months old when the 29-year-old woman had accused Ashok Kumar of raping her on the pretext of marriage.