Free Press Journal
  • B’day celebration for 180 girls under Save Girl Campaign

    Ujjain : First birthday of 180 girls who were registered at Anganbadi centers under Save Girl Campaign was celebrated at Ambedkar community hall, here on Wednesday. Zila Panchayat vice-president Bharat Porwal was chief guest of the programme. He in his address greeted all the mothers of those girls for giving birth to girl child. Water Works Committee president Kalawati Yadav was special guest. She praised the event organized by Woman Empowerment Department.

  • Green Simhastha initiative

    Swami Chidananda Saraswati discusses cause with mela authorities

  • Invitation extended to Mahakal

    Ujjain: Shri Majagadguru Ramanandacharya Swami, Hansdevacharya Maharaj extended invitation to lord Mahakal for participation in Shatchandi Mahayagya which will be held in upcoming Simhastha Fair – 2016. Dinesh Joshi informed that members of Swami Jagganath Dham Trust Pawan Narang, Ashok Luthra and others were present with the Maharaj.

  • Police goes Neemuch to nab accused driver

    Ujjain : Team of Chimanganj mandi police has gone to Neemuch on Wednesday to nab the driver of the car who killed the couple at Bima square while they were returning from Jain temple on Tuesday morning. In the primary investigation police found that car (RJ 09 CA 6529) which killed the couple was registered on the name of the resident of Neemuch while car was registered in the Regional Transportation Office

  • Get Simhastha info on mobile app 1900 Ayush employees of 42 dists trained

    Ujjain : Information regarding parking, routes, hospitals, water-huts, etc will be available on mobile app during Simhastha 2016. This was told by deputy officer Abhishek Dubey during a training of 1900 employees of Ayush department of 42 districts held at Polytechnic College, on Wednesday.

  • Akhada premises to be equipped with ATMs

    Ujjain : Nationalized banks will setup their ATMs at Akhada premises during Simhastha Fair. Banks will accomplish the setup works at the fair area by March 15. State Bank of India will launch prepaid cards in April.

  • City artist makes cornet and drum of bamboos

    Ujjain: Artist employed at social justice department of the Zila Panchayat added new chapter in the world of music instruments by making drums and cornets of bamboo. Narendra Singh Kushwah who made these musical instruments also has record registered on his name in Limca Book for making world’s largest drum made up of glass. Chemical treatment has also been done of bamboo instruments to protect them from termites, rats, cockroaches and other

  • Irked over haphazard order; city petrol pumps remain shut for an hour

    Ujjain : Expressing aggression over haphazard order of not dispensing fuel to the commuters who do not wear helmets, city petrol pumps remained shut for an hour on Wednesday. Petrol Pump Association office bearers and employees took out a rally and demanded security at the pumps to ensure the follow up of the orders.

  • MP distributes 17 water tankers in dist

    Ujjain : Considering the problem of water scarcity in rural area, Member of Parliament Chintamani Malviya dedicated 17 water tankers to the Gram Panchayats of Ghattia and Ujjain South Assembly during a programme on Wednesday. Villagers expressed delight over getting the water tankers. District president Shyam Bansal, Apex bank director Rajpal Singh Sisodia, and others were present.

  • Simhastha invite through railway coaches

    Ujjain : Indian Railways has contributed in Simhastha Fair by inviting passengers to visit the festival of faith. The coaches of trains are displaying the large and colourful flexes inviting visitors to join the grand religious congregation. Punjab Mail train appeared in an entirely new look when it reached Bhopal railway station and became an apple of everyone’s eye due to its revamp. Passengers not only halted to glance through the invite,

  • IIM-I Ranbhoomi’16 – Exciting challenges witness on Day 2

    Indore :  The second day of ‘Ranbhoomi-16’, the largest and most-awaited sports festival of central India and the annual sports fest of IIM-Indore, began with exciting challenges of power-lifting and kabbadi along with other sports. Weight lifting, swimming and football also took place and saw a huge participation as the management students were excited about the games related to power and fitness.

  • Dalit IAS officer alleges malicious action by MP Lokayukta

    Bhopal: A Dalit IAS officer today alleged that the Madhya Pradesh Lokayukta had registered cases against him with the “ill-intention” of harassing him, and threatened to end his life by going on a fast if the government acted against him.

  • VHP temple plans irk BJP

    New Delhi : The BJP is concerned over Vishwa Hindu Parishad leader Pravin Togadia convening a meeting of saints and office bearers during the Kumbh Mela at Ujjain to kick off plans for construction of a Ram temple at Ayodhya. The party’s worry is that any activity for building the temple will create a big controversy at a time the Assembly elections are around the corner; at the same time, the BJP cannot afford

  • Indore-Bandra Terminus Diwali Spl from Nov 14

    Indore : In view of rush of passengers due to Diwali festival, the Western Railway has decided to run a special weekly super fast train between Indore and Bandra Terminus According to official information, Train No 09023 Bandra-Indore Express train will run on November 14 and 21 from Bandra at 00.15 am on Saturday and reach here at Indore station on Saturday at 1.40 pm while Train No 09024 Indore-Bandra Express will

  • 52 inch rainfall this monsoon, yet people get water on alternate day

    Ujjain :  Rs 16 crore have been spent by the Public Health Engineering Department (PHED) to revive and strengthen the piped water supply around the city in this fiscal year and yet the denizens are getting water supply every alternate day. Now, question arises why the condition is not improving.

  • Rain gods refuse to relent

    BHOPAL : Heavy rains lashed the city once again on Monday. Clouds hovered over the sky since morning although it was pleasant partially sunny weather till noon but heavy cold showers started pouring in the afternoon around 2pm and continued to precipitate till filing of report. The city recorded 30mm rainfall during the period of 8.30am to 5.30pm on Monday.