Free Press Journal
  • US not to blame for Venezuela woes: Kerry

    Washington: US Secretary of State John Kerry has denied that Washington was behind a wave of protests in Venezuela, adding that tensions between the two countries have lasted too long.

  • Eight injured in clash between villagers

    Muzaffarnagar: At least eight persons were injured when a group of villagers pelted stones on a marriage party belonging to another community over playing of music at Paldi village in the district.

  • It may be Tai vs Patel again!

    Indore: An experiment by Rahul Gandhi for choosing Congress candidates for upcoming Lok Sabha polls through the US type ” primaries” threw up its first result on Wednesday with former MLA Satyanarayan Patel emerging as a winner to contest from Indore. He is likely to face BJP heavyweight and sitting MP Sumitra Mahajan, famously known as Tai, in the forthcoming elections.

  • Man saved from honour killing?

    Indore: The police managed to prevent an honour killing incident by intercepting a vehicle, on Wednesday. The PCR cops of Sanyogitaganj were on duty at White Church junction when they heard help call ( save me) from a speeding Scorpio. They followed the SUV and intercepted it at Pipliyahana chauraha and found that a youth was sitting inside the vehicle surrounded by five other people.

  • Police constable found murdered on Bypass Road

    Indore: A constable of Kanadia police station was found murdered on By- pass road on Tuesday night. A deep head injury is seen as the cause of death, while police are suspecting hand of a minitruck driver and his accomplices in the matter.

  • 3- storied buildings pulled down in Malwa Mill area

    • The joint team razed 70 encroachments.
    • Telecom tower, gym too removed.

    Indore: On the fourth day its antiencroachment drive, the joint- team of administration and IMC removed 70 encroachments including four 3- storied buildings, on Wednesday. These buildings had encroached upon over 12 feet land. The joint team did not spare even a telecom tower and a vyamshala ( gym) during its drive. Residents are facing network problem

  • Student denied exam as college write to exam centre

    Indore: In a shocking incident, a LLB V semester girl student was denied exam on Wednesday after her college wrote for the same to IPS Academy, which was her exam centre. The aggrieved student lodged a compliant with Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya which in turn announced to serve show- cause notices on both the colleges allegedly functioned beyond their powers.

  • Commercial dept raid on two establishments

    Ujjain: The Commercial Tax Department sleuths raided two establishments here on Wednesday on the complaints of huge tax evasion.According to information, two teams descended at Shoe Point mobile shop, New Road and Rhythm Palace, Kotwali Road in the afternoon and started investigation after seizing the documents at the respective establishments. Their investigation was

  • Mehta secures first place in SBC elections

    Ujjain: City’s prominent lawyer Pratap Mehta has secured first position in Madhya Pradesh in the State Bar Association ( SBC) elections. The first round of counting of votes was completed on Wednesday and Mehta got highest 1,205 first priority votes. The election to the fiveyear- tenure SBC was held on January 7. It is

  • Cabinet to meet Prez on gram procurement, Central grant

    BHOPAL: Taking a dig at the Congress- led UPA government for its alleged step motherly treatment to Madhya Pradesh ahead of Lok Sabha polls, the Shivraj government will meet the President Pranab Mukharjee in Delhi to lodge its protest against the central government soon. This time, the government will raise the issue of not procuring gram on minimum support price and not providing Rs 2000 crore of state share in