Free Press Journal
  • Ailing father-in-law

    Fatal attraction

    I’m a 39 year old single mother and I have no time to socialise with other adults. I’m the only one of my few friends who isn’t married so I feel very lonely. Recently, a guy moved into my building and we have become quite friendly. I really enjoy his company and have even developed feelings for him. He seems to respond to my advances but he is only

  • Six tiger cubs born in Panna

    BHOPAL: Two tigresses in Panna Tiger Reserve gave birth to cubs. Tigeress ( T- 4 and T- 2), each gave birth to 3 cubs. Tigress T- 2 was brought to Panna Tiger Reserve in March, 2009. T- 2 giving birth to 3 cubs in a period of 4 years is quite significant.

  • Shah to officials: Have you thrown my note- sheets?

    • The official had no answer when Shah sought details about money spent on removal of slums 
    • Department of scheduled tribes, princi pal secretary, PC Meena, who reached late in the meet, was scolded by Shah too

    BHOPAL: Vijay Shah, who has been given the charge of the Department of Tribal welfare, took officials to task in a departmental meeting held on Saturday. Shah recently

  • Anti-Black Magic Ordinance gets Governor assent

    Mumbai : The anti-Black Magic and Superstition Ordinance has been promulgated in Maharashtra, four days after the murder of rationalist Narendra Dabholkar in Pune.

  • Diggi urges CMto open telemedicine centres

    BHOPAL: Former chief minister Digvijay Singh in a letter to chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has drawn his attention towards 15 Telemedicine Centres in the state, which are not working.

  • Aqueel, Masood supporters clash; two hurt

    Bhopal: At the fag end of the long process of outh Congress elections in the state, two workers were injured in a clash between two groups at Jawahar Bhawan at Roshanpura square, said police sources. Police force used minor force to end the fracas. The police later received a complaint against supporters of MLA Arif Aqueel in this regard.

  • Deal with ragging cases sensitively, says Dubey

    BHOPAL: Director general of police Nandan Dubey has directed the police officers to take statutory action and sensitively deal with the ragging incidents in educational institutions. Dubey said anti- ragging committees should be formed in all districts and educational institutions. He said information about private hostels and lodges must be given to the police officers.

  • Inter- state gang busted, mobile handsets worth Rs 10L seized

    BHOPAL: The city police on Saturday busted an inter- state gang of mobile thieves and recovered 25 mobile handsets worth Rs 10 lakh. Also, they arrested two Delhi- based youths who were involved in committing fraud on Apple Company. The fraudsters have been identified as Kapil Arora, 28, son of Rajendra Arora,

  • Cong storms Gowda den, wins 2 LS seats

    Bangalore : In a major blow and embarrassment to former prime minister H D Deve Gowda and the Janata Dal (Secular), the Congress in Karnataka on Saturday snatched two Lok Sabha seats from what was perceived as the turf of the Vokkaligas, Gowda’s community.

  • Steps to attract fund inflows on way: Govt

    Mumbai : After discussions between Finance Minister P Chidambaram and FIIs and banks, the Finance Ministry on Saturday said steps to attract capital flows to fund the current account deficit can be expected within a week.

  • Gov Ayodhya tense on eve of yatra

    Lucknow : In a crackdown on VHP on the eve of its controversial yatra, 339 people including a BJP MLA have been taken into custody or placed under house arrest by the UP government, even as the outfit today vowed to go ahead with the march defying a ban.


    Slowly, but surely, the Mumbai police inch their way forward, get hold of the third accused Siraj Rehman.

  • City crosses 50- inch mark, more rain likely

    Indore: The current spell of rain, which began on Thursday night, crossed the 50- inch mark ( 50.9- inch) in the City, on Saturday. More than 6.7- inch rainfall was recorded here in the last couple of days including more than 1- inch on Saturday itself. Residents heave a sign of relief in the evening when the rains stopped and allowed them to go out in large number

  • 100 pc sure of UPA III: Sonia

    New Delhi : In one of her rare interactions with the media, Congress president Sonia Gandhi said on Saturday she was confident of a UPA government being formed after next year’s elections. She also said the elections will be held on schedule.

  • Victim was reluctant to enter mill premise

    Mumbai : Investigators say the victim and her male colleague, who had gone to the deserted Shakti Mills compound on an assignment when the incident occurred, were initially reluctant to enter the premises, covered with thick foliage, in the absence of a proper entrance.