Free Press Journal
  • Trapped in guilt

    Wife’s indifference

    My wife is in her fifties and off late we have had no sex life. She always complains that she’s not in the mood and too old to make any kind of effort to better our sex life. Although I’m older I feel like I’m in my sexual prime and her indifference to my needs is ruining our marriage. I don’t want to cheat on her but lately I

  • FIR against 20 students; 3 held; kingpin at large

    Bhopal: With the arrest of three students of two private Dental colleges, the Madhya Pradesh STF has claimed to have unearthed a racket involving BDS students. Some Professors and BU staffers may also be involved in the racket, being operated in planned manner for a long time. Students pursuing BDS course may also be a part of the racket, said STF sources.

  • ‘ Obliged by govt, Lokayukta sangathan rejecting plaints’

    BHOPAL: The Lokayukta Sangathan was soft on the state government as the government had allotted land at highly subsidised land to a housing cooperative society, with Up- Lokayukta Chandresh Bhushan and legal advisor Rashmi Agarwal and a son of a former chief information commissioner and BJP state secretary Shardendu Tiwari as it members, alleged a complainant, whose plaint to the Lokayukta regarding Gammon India land deal was dismissed by the

  • Raghavji planning show- of- strength at Vidisha

    BHOPAL: Former finance minister Raghavji, who was recently released from jail on bail in a case of sodomy, is now gearing up for a show of strength in his constituency Vidisha. A large number of people are calling on Raghavji, who came out of jail after 36 days, every day in Vidisha and that is boosting his morale.

  • Negligence death: Kin create ruckus

    Indore: Alleging negligence by staff nurse and ANM, relatives of a patient created a ruckus at Ayurvedic Hospital in Rau, on Friday night. The patient lost her baby during delivery. Sources said that the baby was unfortunately stuck in umbilical cord, which turned into a noose for him.

  • DGCI surveys: Companies surrender over Rs 1.20 crore

    Indore: The DGCI has unearthed tax evasion of Rs 5 crore of a company based in Indore and Bhopal, during a survey conducted by the department recently. The company surrendered Rs 70 lakh immediately and presented a PDC to the department. It is to be noted that the DGCI raided offices and factory of Advance Crop Care and conducted a survey there.

  • Rs 5- L penalty imposed on Nagrik Sahakari Bank

    Indore: Finding faults in the functioning of Nagrik Sahakari Bank, Indore in bond purchase scam of 2009, the Reserve Bank of India ( RBI) imposed a penalty of Rs 5 lakh on the bank.

  • Missing boy’s body found

    Indore: A highly- decomposed body of a boy was found near trenching ground, on Friday morning. The boy was missing for the last three days. The reason of his death is yet to be ascertained. Police are waiting for the PM report.

  • Apathetic attitude of cops irks girl victim

    Indore: A young girl who lost her purse kept in the scooter, on Saturday evening, endured the shocking attitude of police men of two police stations. The victim, Neha Shrivastava, an assistant manager of an event management company, said that her purse was stolen on Saturday when she went to 56- Shops for some work. The purse was kept in her Scooty and it contained Rs 3000 cash and some important papers.

  • Chhipa Bakhal Mosque Committee hands over memo to SP

    Indore: Office- bearers of the Chhipa Bakhal Mosque Committee along with large number of local residents submitted a memorandum to SP ( West) Anil Singh Kushwah, on Saturday. They were demanding a probe into the case registered against them in Malharganj police station. They also presented a letter containing signatures of a campaign they had launched in the favour of the mosque committee.

  • Owners agree to offer land for Industry House left turn

    Indore: After widening two major left turns — Geeta Bhawan and Palasia Square, the district administration finally began widening of left turn at Industry House Square, on Saturday.

  • Double- bench stays single bench order

    Indore: The Double Bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court, Indore, on Saturday stayed the order given by the Single- Bench in favour of Artificial Limb Centre. The Indore Development Authority ( IDA) submitted a review petition against the order of Single- Bench of Justice NK Modi. The Double- Bench comprising Justices Shantanu Kemkar and MC Garg stayed the said order.

  • Youth hangs self in train

    Indore: A youth found hanging from a fan in a coach of Indore- Jaipur train at city railway- station on Saturday. Prima- facie, it seems a case of suicide. Police identified the body and informed his family members. The body was sent for post- mortem. According to GRP, the incident took place in the sleeper coach ( S- 3) of Indore- Jaipur train.

  • E- petition: ` 10 lakh compensation sought

    Indore: A petitioner has submitted an e- petition in the Indore Bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court seeking Rs 10 lakh compensation from the government to the tribal woman, who was gangraped, on Friday night. According to information, Satpal Anand of ‘ Sanstha Anand,’ submitted the e- petition on Saturday requesting the court to order the State Government to give compensation of Rs 10 lakh to the victim. It

  • Day- long workshop on National Food Security Ordinance held

    Ujjain: A day- long workshop on National Food Security Ordinance- 2013 and Chief Minister Annapurna Scheme was organised at Brahaspathi Bhavan here on Saturday. Commissioner of Food, Civil Supply and Consumers’ Protection Department, Dr Manohar Agnani, explained the provisions of the ordinance through a power point presentation.

  • Gangele gives tips to students

    UJJAIN: Examination Controller of Vikram University, Dr GR Gangele, gave tips of filing nomination forms and examination forms during a lecture programme organised at the Government Kalidas Girls College, here on Saturday. He also gave answers on the queries made by students. Dr Mahesh Sharma conducted the programme and Dr Dinesh Singhal proposed the vote of thanks.

  • Guidelines issued for RAKSHA BANDHAN

    Ujjain : The Superintendent of Central Jail Bhairavgarh has issued guidelines to those girls and women, who want to tie rakhi on the wrist of their jail inmate brothers on August 21, to mark the occasion of Raksha Bandhan. An official release stated that despite being a holiday, the girls and women will be allowed to tie rakhi on the wrist of their brothers between 8 am to 1