Free Press Journal
  • 2 co- op presidents among five booked for fraud

    • Presidents worked hand in glove with beneficiaries
    •  Chargesheet produced in court 
    • Bail plea of four rejected, arrest warrant against one

    Indore: A case was registered and chargesheet was produced against five persons, including two presidents of cooperative societies, by the Economic Offence Wing on Thursday for fraudulently allotting and acquiring plots by producing fake documents and affidavits. Bail pleas of four of the accused were rejected by the court

  • Dwivedi showed value of property less than Collector guidelines

    BHOPAL: Joint commissioner of revenue department Ravikant Dwivedi showed the value of properties purchased by him less than the collector guidelines in his property returns submitted to the state government and income tax department, said SPE sources.

  • Rahul Gandhi’s statement wrong, govt failed to act against rioters: Sinha

    Indore: Taking a potshot at Rahul Gandhi’s statement that Congress led Central government acted against the riots in 1984 whereas BJP led government in Gujarat supported the 2002 riots, BJP senior leader Shatrughan Sinha on Thursday said not even a lathicharge was ordered by then Central government against rioters whereas nearly 300 people indulged in communal violence had died in police firing in Gujarat.

  • Infant’s body found near RNT Marg

    Indore : A body of an infant was found near RNT Road. This caused a brief panic in the locality. Police sent the body for posmortem and started investigations.Chhoti Gwaltoli police said they received information on Thursday afternoon that a body of a infant was lying on a vacant plot near Manas Bhawan on RNT Road. Police reached at the spot and after spot inspection, sent the body for PM. The age

  • Govt doctors on ‘ mass leave’ today

    Indore: Despite state government’s approval for accepting the demands of government doctors, their unwavering stand for going on mass leave for a day would hit the medical services across the state on Friday.

  • Miffed over not getting desired house, Katare returns car, staff

    BHOPAL: Leader of opposition Satyadev Katare returned his official vehicle and staff given to him by the state government alleging that the government ignored his demand for official residence and staff.

  • Youth’s body recovered from rly track

    Indore : A body of an unidentified youth was found near Bhandari Bridge railway track under MG Road police station area on Thursday. Investigating officer Vishnu Pratap Gaur said that the body was spotted at around 1 pm on Thursday. The deceased is yet to be identified as nothing has been recovered from the spot to reveal his identity.

  • Govt docs on mass CL today, ESMA invoked

    BHOPAL: Doctors of Government hospitals in the state will on one- day mass Casual Leave ( CL) on January 31 in protest against case registered against doctor and paramedical staff of Government Hospital, Lakhanadaun, Seoni district for causing death by negligence under section 304- A of IPC.

  • Physiotherapist alleges rape by junior

    BHOPAL: Koh- e- Fiza police, on Thursday have arrested a 24- yearold youth who allegedly raped a physiotherapist of Mayo College located at State Bank Tiraha at his residence on knife- point two days ago. Earlier, the victim had also approached the office of the Superintendent of Police ( North) Arvind Saxena and made a complaint in this regard.

  • Edible oil can be sold in loose for a year more

    BHOPAL: The state government has extended the deadline for sale of edible oil by one year, considering the convenience of poor especially daily wage labourers. The deadline was expiring on February 5.

  • Prez to attend DAVV golden jubilee function

    Indore: President Pranab Mukherjee would come to Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya ( DAVV) in June to participate in its golden jubilee function. Besides, Vice President Hamid Ansari would also visit the university in July.Vice Chancellor Prof DP Singh during his recent visit to New Delhi met the President and the Vice President on January 27 and invited them to the varsity for participating in golden jubilee celebration scheduled on May 1.

  • Another ‘ SIMI’ activist surrenders

    BHOPAL: Another wanted activist of the banned Students Islamic Movement of India ( SIMI) Sajid Nagori surrendered in CJM court on Thursday.Sajid is the second wanted SIMI activist who has surrendered.

  • Three SIMI terrorists produced before dist court amidst tight security

    Ujjain: Three Students Islamic Movement of India ( SIMI) terrorists including the kingpin Safdar Nagori were produced before the district court by Gujarat ATS team here on Thursday.Two other SIMI terrorists Kamaruddin and Mohammad Shafi were also produced under certain cases.

  • BJM meet to drum up support for Modi flops

    BHOPAL: The BJM state- level convention, convened to galvanise the youth to work for the anointment of Narendra Modi as Prime Minister, was a big flop.

  • BJP leader Jain bereaved

    Ujjain: Kusum Jain, wife of MP Planning Commission vicechairman Babulal Jain was passed away in the city on Thursday morning. She was 74. She was survived by two sons Shailendra and Sachin and her daughter Shruti.

  • Eve- teaser teacher arrested

    Ujjain: An eve- teaser teacher who was teasing a girl for long time was arrested by special squad of police on Thursday. According to Special Squad in- charge SI Aradhana Raikwar, Vijay Singh Baghel, 30, who works as a teacher at Savya Sanchi School in Lalpur had friendship with a girl who was her junior during college time. Accused youth had been teasing the girl for long time. Victim girl

  • Deputation of 13 Polytechnic teachers cancelled

    BHOPAL: The state government has issued orders to cancel the deputation of 13 lecturers of polytechnic and one assistant professor.Kamana Mukati from Govt. Polytechnic College, Dhar to Jhabua, Swati Goswami from Gwalior to Raghogarh, Deepak Bhawsar from Ujjain to Khirsadeeh, Bhawani Sahu from Balaghat to Seoni, Vishnu Soni from Gwalior to Morena, Amit Lashkari from Ujjain to Khurai, Padamja from RGPV Bhopal to Woman Polytechnic Indore, Jitendra Airen from Bhopal to Pachor,

  • JUMP hosts symposium

    Ujjain: Journalist Union of Madhya Pradesh ( JUMP) hosted a symposium on ‘ Interference of Social Media in Journalism’ at Press Club on Thursday. Union State president Suresh Sharma chaired the symposium. NUJI National executive member Rambhuvan Singh Kushwah and JUMP state Vice- president Dr Naveen Joshi addressed during the symposium. Senior