Free Press Journal
  • Police exhume body of kid, find that he was crushed by tractor

    BHOPAL: The short post- mortem report of deceased four- yearold boy, who was buried by parents at Gunga area after his death a week ago, on Monday, confirmed that the kid had died after a heavy vehicle passed over his head. Following the short PM report now, the police have booked four people under sections 304, 201, 176 and 34 of the IPC who were responsible for death of kid and arrested

  • Cong leader booked for molesting minor

    BHOPAL: Sidhi District Congress ( DCC) vice- president was sent to jail for molesting a minor girl on Monday. The incident took place at Semariya town of the district.Police said that accused Ehsan- ul- Haq, 55, runs a clinic and medical store in Semariya. He is DCC vice president.

  • City gang of women armed with crowbars

    Mumbai : The Colaba police arrested five women on Saturday morning for allegedly attempting to break the shutter of the headquarters of the International Currency Exchange (ICE) at SBS Road, Colaba.

  • HC Benches step out of two cases

    Mumbai :  Two benches of the Bombay High Court on Monday recused themselves from two high-profile cases — the Adarsh scam and the murder of rationalist Dr Narendra Dabholkar.

  • Chauhan urges partymen to steer clear of over- confidence

    BHOPAL: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, addressing a joint meeting of BJP state- level office- bearers and election campaign committee here on Monday, urged them to steer clear of over- confidence and be humble. He said that though the party had won Vidhan Sabha elections but that should not make the party workers complacent.


    Chicago :  A “polar vortex” — a whirlpool of frigid, dense air — dropped over a huge section of the United States on Monday, sending temperatures plunging across the Midwest as the East Coast braced for the bitter Arctic blast.

  • IIT- I student gets Rs 63 lakh package

    Indore: Even as the campus placements are underway at Indian Institutes of Technology, a good news has come out of the IIT Indore. An Indore lass and student of the IIT Indore, Shivani Gupta, has been offered $ 1 lakh ( about Rs 63 lakh) package from a US- based company, EPIC Systems.

  • City to have 4 flyovers, 10 FOBs soon

    Indore: Several major issues related to city’s development got a boost during a highpower meeting held at the Collectorate, on Monday. The meeting in principle agreed to four flyovers at city crossings and over 10 escalators- based Foot over Bridges ( FOB) on the BRTS Corridor.

  • Ganguly finally resigns to his fate

    Kolkata :  With pressure mounting by the day and unable to cope with the incessant media scrutiny, the chairman of West Bengal Human Rights Commission, Askok Gan-guly, under a cloud on account of charges of sexual harassment, finally resigned on Monday.


    New Delhi :  Senior lawyer and activist Prashant Bhushan has made this comment several times in the past. He has observed that deployment of the army for external security is  all right in Jammu and Kashmir but its deployment in J&K, for the purposes of internal security, should be allowed only after eliciting the views of the local people.

  • Babus in Lok Ayukta net for taking bribe

    Indore: The Lok Ayukta police, on Monday snatched masks from two corrupt babus posted in different department in Indore. The babus were caught while accepting bribe and booked under relevant sections of the Prevention for Corruption Act.Special Armed Force ( SAF) constable Satish Sharma had presented a Rs 45000 bill of medical expenditure incurred on his wife’s treatment for clearance at polyclinic.

  • College students thrashed, canteen ransacked; 2 hurt

    A group of nearly 100 youths entered a canteen located on Holkar Science College campus and thrashed students of New Science College sitting there. Two hurt in the attack.

  • OPDs in govt hosps can’t be shut for 2 consecutive days

    Indore: To improve health services in the State, the Department of Health and Family Welfare has decided not to shut OPDs in the government hospitals for two consecutive days. The department also extended timings of the general OPDs and issued orders to open them from 8 am to 1 pm.

  • Mayor looks back at his tenure

    Indore: Mayor KM Moghe counted achievements of his mayor- incouncil and announced the strategy for development of the city for the next one year. He said that since the inception of present mayor- in- council, the Corporation has been aspiring for transparent administration and self- dependence.

  • Youths open fire on woman over plot

    Indore: Four mobike- borne youths attacked a woman in Bhanwarkuan area on Monday afternoon. One of them also opened fire on her. The accused sped away after the incident.

  • Khatik murder case solved, 5 arrested

    Indore: Police solved the murder of notorious goon, Ajju Khatik and arrested five persons in this connection, on Monday. The accused also admitted their crime and said that they were harassed by the notorious goon. SP ( East) OP Tripathi said Ajju alias Ajay Khatik was murdered on January 1 in North Toda. At that time, a team of FSL and police had reached the spot.

  • City IT graduates lack professional skill

    • There is urgent need to improve IT curriculum in the city colleges.
    • Arrival of TCS and Infosys will help in creating pool of talented IT professionals.

    Indore: “ City IT graduates lack professional skill, which poses major problems for the expansion of IT companies. The State Government should immediately address this burning problem for the benefit of IT Cos,” said Indore- based 100 percent export oriented unit, Emorphis’