Free Press Journal

    Cops may book Sreesanth in fresh case, seek his custodial interrogation; cricketer’s phones, laptops seized in raid carried out by Crime Branch.

  • BCCI boss vows fast action on ‘dirty’ trio

    New Delhi : His back to the wall after the IPL spot-fixing scandal, BCCI pesident N Srinivasan has not ruled out filing a criminal complaint against the arrested “dirty cricketers”, insisting that no one is hurting more than him because of the crisis.

  • UP terror accused dies on way back from court!

    New Delhi : In yet another extra-judicial killing in Uttar Pradesh which may spell a huge political consequence for the Samajwadi Party government, Khalid Mujahid, a terror accused held with explosives after the 2007 Gorakhpur blasts, died on Saturday in judicial custody while being brought back from a court in Barabanki to Faizabad. An inquiry commission had found him not guilty and even recommended prosecution of the police officials fabricating the case

  • Let’s solve border row, says China ahead of Li’s visit

    Beijing : On the eve of Premier Li Keqiang’s visit to India, China on Saturday said it is difficult for the two nations to restore mutual trust without resolving border dispute though mistrust could gradually be reduced with good faith in each other’s strategic intentions.

  • UPA-II has nothing much to crow about!

    New Delhi : With the food security and land acquisition bills stuck, the UPA-II government is struggling to pick up insignificant matters in the success story of its four years to be released in a report card at a special function here jointly by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Congress President Sonia Gandhi.

  • 2G: Move to breathe life into JPC in June

    New Delhi : After tempers ran high on the alleged leakage of the draft report of the Joint Parliamentary Committee on 2G spectrum allocation to such an extent that 15 opposition members demanded the removal of its chairman P C Chacko, a fresh attempt to break the deadlock is likely sometime in June.

  • When Sreesanth jumped stadium wall to attend fashion show!

    Jaipur : Before the spot-fixing scandal struck, Sreesanth, who has a knack for getting into controversies, was in a spot of trouble with the Rajasthan State Sports Council (RPSC), owner of the Sawai Man Singh Stadium here for flouting security rules.

  • Manmohan to visit US on Obama’s invitation

    New Delhi : Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is expected to travel to Washington in a few months at the invitation of US President Barack Obama. Obama’s invitation to Singh was delivered by US Deputy Secretary of State William Burns during his recent visit here, sources said.

  • 360 MLD water supply trial conducted

    Indore: The Indore Municipal Corporation ( IMC) conducted test of 360 MLD water supply from Jalood to Indore under its Narmada Project. The entire quantity of 360 MLD started reaching the city in mere two hours and during the test no leakage was found any where.


    Indore: The officials are doing all that they can to make the BRTS a successful venture, and that includes getting rid of the traffic snarls being caused because of it. The traffic police and the AISCTL have come up with a new experiment.

  • Pall of gloom in Indira Nagar over Agrawals death

    Indore: A pall of gloom descended in Indira Gandhi Nagar under Annapurna area on Saturday when the news of deaths reached the Agrawal household. Four members of the Agrawal family lost their life in a road mishap on Saturday morning between Manpur and Dhamnod.

  • WC nabs techie for preparing obscene video

    Indore: A team of ‘ We Care For ou’ arrested an engineering student on Saturday for making an obscene video of a medical student. The accused prepared the obscene video of the girl and uploaded it on the internet.

  • Seizure of mango wood: 5 arrested

    Transit pass found, Shivni forest dept officials said they did not issue the pass. Accused produced in the court. Taken on remand till May 26

  • Dist admn neglecting Sena’s sit- in

    This was claimed by Sena president Lalchand Gome as the district administration did not approached the Sena office- bearers enquiring about their problems. National general secretary Bhanwarlal Tufan has buried himself half into the soil since May 5.

  • Arihant Gas Agency godown, Rajkumar restaurant raided

    Ujjain: City Magistrate Shyamendra Jaiswal conducted a raid at Arihant Gas Agency at 4 pm here on Saturday. The raid was carried out in regard to illegal supply of LPG cylinders in marriage parties.

  • Cruise service at Kshipra turns a flop show

    Ujjain: The newly launched cruise service in Kshipra to promote tourism in the city appeared to be a failure as the cruise did not start due to some technical snag on Saturday. The cruise and boat club was inaugurated at Ramghat under the aegis of MP State Tourism Development Corporation ( MPSTDC) on Saturday.

  • Miscreants threaten girl, father

    Ujjain: A miscreant and his three friends threatened a girl and her father when they were going to attend and interview at Dewasgate on Friday. According to Dewasgate police, Shabnam Parveen ( 26), daughter of Aslam, a resident of Shikari Gali were going to attend an interview of Intelligence Bureau ( IB) in New Delhi on Friday evening by train. Her father also accompanied her. Earlier, four bike borne miscreants

  • Short circuit causes fire at Poha factory

    Ujjain: Afire broke out at a Poha Factory located at Udyogpuri at Maksi Road was due to short circuit on Saturday evening. Loss of lakhs of rupees was reported during fire mishap. According to sources, fire broke out at Madhu Kumar & Firm suddenly.