Free Press Journal
  • FCI GM sent on 2- day CBI remand

    BHOPAL: Food Corporation of India ( FCI) general manager Ashish Agrawal who was caught red- handed while accepting bribe of Rs 5 lakh, has been sent on CBI remand on Sunday. He was produced before additional district judge ( ADJ) ( CBI) Manoj Srivastava who sent him to two days CBI remand.

  • Partymen foil cops bid to arrest MPCC vice chief

    Bhopal: The cops on Sunday faced stiff resistance from the Congress members when they reached MP Congress Committee ( MPCC) office to arrest vice president Manak Agrawal and others for attacking Baba Ramdev cavalcade two years ago but returned empty handed.

  • Laxman lashes out at Swaraj

    ‘What could she boast of achieving for the constituency she has represented in the parliament; did not stay in the city for 24 hours during her stint’ Congress candidate from Vidisha Laxman Singh visits PCC office in the city on Sunday.

  • RPF ASI slaps senior lady cop

    BHOPAL: A lady Sub- Inspector of Railway Police Force ( RPF) was allegedly beaten up in full public view by his sub- ordinate ASI inside chowky at railway station on Sunday morning.

  • White tigress ‘ Pattu’ arrives at Van Vihar

    BHOPAL: White tigress Pattu has joined Van Vihar National Park’s big cat family on Sunday evening. Pattu, 6 years of age, has been brought from Delhi Zoo. Assistant Director, Van Vihar National Park, Suresh Waghmare, talking to Free Press, said, ” White tigress Pattu has been introduced to big cat family of Van Vihar

  • Temp rises above normal

    BHOPAL: The mercury soared to the level of discomfort for denizens of the state capital on Sunday. Even before the end of month of March, people could sense the sweltering weather like mid April. Both the maximum and minimum temperature recorded in the city was above normal. The maximum temperature was recorded at 36° C which was 1° C above normal while the minimum temperature was pegged at 17° C which also

  • 29 spots identified for poll meetings

    Indore: The district administration identified 29 spots, where public meetings for elections would be held. In city area, the candidates or parties must take permission from the ADM for the meeting while for rural or town areas, they have to obtain permission from the SDMs.

  • POLLS: Use of loudspeakers without permission banned

    INDORE: Keeping in view of Lok Sabha election, use of loudspeakers is banned in the district till the upcoming April 24. D istrict Magistrate Aakash Tripathi issued these orders under the Madhya Pradesh Noise Control Act 1985. As per the orders, Indore district would be made ‘ silence zone’ till April 24.

  • NAAC to put IPS Academy, Kasturba College to test

    Indore: After granting Grade A to Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya and Atal Behari Vajpayee Government Arts and Commerce College here, the National Assessment and Accreditation ( NAAC) is all set to accredit two more institutions in the city.

  • POLL MEETING HELD

    Indore : As the Model Code is in force in the district for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, the Election Commission has ordered to conduct free and fair elections.

  • Self- finance staff, dailywagers ‘ sangam’ at Hinkargiri

    Indore: If unity is really strength, then non- teaching self- finance employees and daily wage employees of the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya ( DAVV) have got stronger as they on Sunday came together to push their demand of regularisation and hike in wages.

  • Hindu activists protests against fashion show

    INDORE: A chaos like situation prevailed when large number of activists of a Hindu Organisation staged a protest against the fashion show running in a premiere Hotel on Sunday. However, police intervened during the protest to defuse the situation. According to Vijay Nagar police station in- charge Shailendra Shrivastava, about 100 activists of Hindu Organisation reached Hotel Radisson to protest against the ongoing fashion show there. However, the police defused

  • City observes martyrdom day

    Ujjain: City of temples observed the martyrdom day by remembering great martyrs Shahid- e- Azam Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru for their sacrifice, which they did for the nation, here on Sunday. The statues of Rajguru and Sukhdev were unveiled at Singhpuri located Shahid Bhagat Singh Balodyan on this occasion.

  • 35 mobile phones, batteries, accessories stolen from mobile shop

    Ujjain: Some unidentified miscreants targeted a mobile shop located near city mayor’s bungalow on Saturday night and took away 35 mobile phones, batteries, hands free, LDC, computer keyboard and mouse worth over Rs 1 lakh.

  • Ruckus prevailed at dist hospital

    Ujjain: Kin of a deceased patient created ruckus at district hospital in the afternoon on Sunday. Kin of deceased irked over delay in postmortem by doctors.