Free Press Journal
  • Railway officer ends life in his car

    BHOPAL: Sensation prevailed among officials and staff members of Divisional Railway Manager ( DRM) at Habibganj after the body of an assistant yard master ( assistant controller) was found in a car parked in the office on Wednesday morning. Following the information, Govindpura police reached the spot and after making panchnama sent the body for post- mortem.

  • No proof of British role in Bluestar yet: Cameron

    London :  Prime Minister David Cameron on Wednesday said there was no evidence so far to suggest that the government of Margaret Thatcher had helped India plan a deadly attack against Sikh separatists in the Golden Temple at Amritsar in 1984.

  • NAAC peer team finds science allied depts better than professional ones

    Indore: National Assessment and Accreditation Council ( NAAC) peer team began its 3- day inspection at Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya for renewing accreditation, on Wednesday reportedly found teaching departments running under Faculty of Science, Faculty of Engineering Science and Life Sciences better than departments offering professional courses like MBA, MCA etc.

  • 2- day intl management conclave begins today

    Indore: The 23rd International Management Conclave 2014’, organised by Indore Management Association ( IMA) will host more than a dozen top managers of the country here at Abhay Prashal, on Thursday.

  • BoB CMD Mundra in city today

    Indore: Chairman and Managing Director ( CMD) of Bank of Baroda, SS Mundra will arrive here, on Thursday. After being appointed as CMD, this would be his maiden visit to the city.

  • Swadeshi Mill land deal: ADM seeks file from SDO

    Indore: Additional District Magistrate ( ADM) Alok Singh has sought the file of Swadeshi Mill land deal from the SDO, Indore. Singh on Wednesday issued a notice to SDO Indore, Dr Varadmurthi Mishra, to submit the file of Rs 100- crore land deal of Swadeshi Mill. Singh is hearing the land diversion issue on behalf of Collector Aakash Tripathi.

  • Skull found in a box

    Indore: Panic struck Simrol locality when a human skull was found in a steel box on Tuesday night. Police said that the skull was old one. Forensic experts are also working on the case. According to Simrol police station TI Pradeep Bakshi, a human skull was found in the woods of Pathan Pipliya on Tuesday night. He said that the skull was old one and it didn’t have the lower

  • Legalising colonies Civic bodies express helplessness

    Indore: In a review meeting, called by Minister of Urban Development Department Kailash Vijayvargiya on Wednesday, municipal corporations of Madhya Pradesh expressed their helplessness to regularize illegal colonies owing to a rule that impedes progress.

  • Yet another accused held

    Indore: City police arrested MGM Medical College student, who cracked the Madhya Pradesh PMT- 2013 through unfair means and was also attending classes at the College, on Wednesday.

  • Man- eater leopard captured

    Indore:The Forest department team on Wednesday finally succeeded in getting hold of the man- eater leopard which had killed three children and injured several in Dhar.

  • Biting cold takes life of two

    Ujjain : Two elderly persons, including a woman, died of severe cold in the city on Tuesday night. Death of elderly people due to cold revealed the apathy of Ujjain Municipal Corporation ( UMC). According to Dewasgate police, body of 60- year- old woman was found at Dewasgate bus stand and an elderly man was found dead at Indoregate on Wednesday morning. The woman was a beggar and used to

  • I thought I would die, says Dodig

    With temperatures above 40 Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) for the second straight day, Dodig became the latest casualty when he retired with severe cramp after four sets against Bosnia’s Damir Dzumhur.

  • Yuki, Bhupathi advance; Divij suffers defeat

    Melbourne: Yuki Bhambri and his New Zealand partner Michael Venus recorded a straight-set win on their Grand Slam debut but Divij Sharan’s Australian Open campaign ended in the first round on Wednesday.The 21-year-old Yuki and his Kiwi partner defeated Spaniards Roberto Bautista Agut and Daniel Gimeno-Traver 6-2 7-5 in their opening round contest, which lasted one hour and 11 minutes.

  • British man arrested for betting

    Melbourne: A British man has been arrested and charged over alleged illegal courtside betting at the Australian Open, police said on Wednesday. The 22-year-old, reportedly part of an Eastern European crime syndicate that targets international sports events, was spotted by police during a match on Tuesday afternoon. Details of the match were not revealed.The system takes advantage of the short time-lag between play and live international broadcasts on TV.

  • Kiwis announce squad for India ODI series

    Napier: New Zealand named a virtually unchanged squad for the upcoming ODI series against India with the selectors keeping faith in players who drew the recent five-match home assignment against the West Indies.”The selectors have named a settled line-up for the ODI series against World No.1 India starting in Napier on Sunday,” New Zealand Cricket said in a statement.

  • SL eye series win over confused Pakistan

    Sharjah (UAE): Sri Lankan captain Angelo Mathews Wednesday admitted Pakistan’s confusion over what pitches to employ in the series worked to his team’s advantage. Sri Lanka goes into the third Test 1-0 up after winning the second Test by nine wickets on a seaming track in Dubai stadium.