Free Press Journal
  • Discontented IPS men wrecking vengeance on government?

    • Scam after scam being exposed on the eve of Assembly polls
    • More embarrassments may be awaiting ruling party

    BHOPAL: The Bharatiya Janata Party in the state, often blames the Congress for misusing the CBI and the I- T department for tarnishing its image. But at a time when assembly elections are only weeks away, the state police is proving to be the Achilles’ Heel for the government.

  • Woman says cousin abducted, sold her

    Bhopal: A married woman, who retuned home after a week, charged her cousin and his friend with selling her to a Gwaliorbased youth for Rs. 30,000. She was living with her parents in Ratibad after her husband was permanently disabled in a road accident. Ratibad police have registered a case of kidnapping and rape against the trio.

  • Shaken Chauhan goes into huddle with Tomar, Menon

    BHOPAL: The growing resentment over ticket distribution in the BJP and the resignation of minister of state ( MoS) Devi Singh Saiyyam have made chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan sit up and take notice. Chauhan had a long meeting with party state president Narendra Singh Tomar and organisational general secretary Arvind Menon on Saturday to discuss the issue.

  • Diwali: Puja timings for best results announced

    BHOPAL: Pt Vinod Gautam has announced the timing of auspicious ‘ Muhurat’ for the Puja on Diwali. Though, he said it is good if businessmen and traders worship throughout the day for success and prosperity in their ventures for the coming year.

  • Dr Shilpakar, middlemen on police remand till Nov 8

    Bhopal: The STF, on Saturday, produced kingpin of PMT racketeers’ gang Dr Sanjeev Shilpakar and middleman Vikas Singh in Indore court and got police remand till November 8 in connection with PMT 2013 fraud case, said sources.

  • Equations changing for remaining four seats

    INDORE: The second list of Congress candidates the state Assembly elections is expected anytime soon but the equations for strong contenders look like changing pretty quickly.

  • Day II: 2 candidates file nominations

    Indore: On the day 2 of filing of nomination on Saturday, two independent candidates filed their nomination papers. So far, four candidates have filed the nominations.

  • BJP candidates trying to iron out rifts within

    INDORE: The BJP candidates, who got tickets for the Assembly elections, are now trying to strike a chord with other factions of their own party. Sitting MLA Sudarshan Gupta, who recently received a ticket, met leaders of various factions of his party who were unhappy with him and were opposing his candidature.

  • Don’t use plastic in canvassing material

    Indore: The Election Commission of India ( ECI) has instructed all the candidates not to use plastic in preparation of canvassing materials like flags, posters, banners, pamphlets etc. the ECI has said plastics are harmful to the environment. Hence, use of plastic should be avoided.

  • IMS to defend glory of MBA (Executive)

    Indore: As the fame of its MBA Executive programme wanes, the IMS is trying to turn the swing by introducing new dual specialization clause.

  • No ‘ celebration mood’ for Cong, BJP ticket seekers

    Ujjain: The celebration mood in Congress and BJP camps on account of Diwali festival is absent this year as ticket seekers of both the parties are kept on tenterhooks in city. However, their local party functionaries are busy formulating the poll preparations.

  • Woman dies in road mishap

    Ujjain: An elderly woman was killed after a container ran over a woman on Agar Road on Friday. Woman was not identified yet. According to Chimanganj Mandi police, a container registered with HR 56- B- 6417 ran over a 60- yearold woman near Mohan Nagar on Agar Road. Woman died on the spot. Police seized the container and sent dead body for post mortem. Police could not identify the

  • Women throng beauty parlours on Roop Choudas

    Ujjain: To look attractive and gorgeous, young ladies thronged to beauty parlours for makeup on the occasion of Roop Choudas here on Saturday. City beauty parlours received heavy rush of ladies and young girls. Most of ladies had advance bookings to glowing their faces.


    Dominant India clinch ODI series 3-2 with 57-run win

  • Death bowling needs improvement: Dhoni

    Bangalore: Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni was pleased with the way his top-order performed in the seven-match ODI series against Australia but said the team’s death bowling needs improvement. Rohit Sharma smashed his way into the record books with a stunning 209 as the Indian cricket team provided the perfect Diwali gift to the nation with a 57-run victory in the series-deciding final ODI to clinch the rubber 3-2 here