Free Press Journal
  • Traders remove their own encroachments

    ASHTA: The district administration has started anti-encroachment drive in the town recently after giving notice to the encroachers and later there was panic situation among the shopkeepers. The administration when brought JCB machine at Bus Stand the shopkeepers themselves removed their encroachments on Thursday.

  • Three dacoits arrested

    SHIVPURI : The police busted a gang of dacoits and arrested three accused after laying a siege on Friday night. On the basis of an intelligence received about the armed accused conspiring to commit loot, the superintendent of police (SP) directed to form a team which conducted the raid and arrested them at a hill on Baghedari Road whereas three accused fled taking the advantage of the darkness.

  • Construction of Kapil Dhara wells in lurch

    BETUL: The wells being constructed under Kapil Dhara scheme are lying incomplete at village panchayat Kunkhedi under Bheempur block in the district for last three years. The villagers are on the receiving end because of the negligence of Sarpanch and secretary consequently they are deprived of their own rights.  According to sources, Kapil Dhara Koop construction work is lying pending under Mahatma Gandhi Rojgar Guarantee Yojana in tribal dominated Bheempur block since

  • To Hull and back

    Arsenal come from behind to lift the FA Cup against Hull City (more…)

  • BJP secures highest number of votes from Sohagpur seat

    NARSINGHPUR: The Bharatiya Janata Party candidate in the recently concluded general elections from Hoshangabad-Narsinghpur parliamentary constituency Rao Uday Pratap Singh registered a historic victory. He defeated his nearest rival Congress candidate Devendra Patel by 3,90,000 votes.

  • Co-accused of woman’s murder case found dead

    NARSINGHPUR: The cops have recovered the body of a youth who was found to be the accused of a woman’s murder after investigation.The body of youth run over by a train was found on the railway track near Bagara railway station in the late night on May 15. The cops identified the deceased as Semari Harchal village resident Deepak Sharma, 22, son of Pradeep Sharma.

  • Ronaldo injury mars Real win

    Madrid : Real Madrid ended a run of three league games without a win by beating Espanyol 3-1 to end their league season, but Los Blancos’ victory was overshadowed by injury concerns over Cristiano Ronaldo ahead of the Champions League final.

  • CBI sleuths trace missing Pardi girl on Supreme Court’s order

    BETUL: Rajnandini, the Pardhi girl who had been missing for the last four years was recovered on May 15 from Shivpuri by a team of Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). The members of the Pardhi community had accused the forest department officials of abducting her and had filed petitions for searching for her at the High Court and later they moved to the Supreme Court.

  • Atletico clinch Spanish crown

    Atletico won their first league title in 18 years after holding  Barcelona to a 1-1 draw

  • Shaky Hyderabad to clash with hi-flying Kolkata

    Hyderabad: After a shocking defeat to table-toppers Kings XI Punjab, Sunrisers Hyderabad now face a must-win game against Kolkata Knight Riders, who are on a high following back-to-back victories, in the IPL today.The Sunrisers have earned eight points from 10 matches and suffered successive losses against Mumbai Indians on May 12 and Kings XI Punjab on May 14 at their home ground, which makes it important for the team to win to

  • Besides riots, dengue fear looms large

    Washington: Researchers have developed an early warning system to predict the risk of dengue infections for the 553 microregions of Brazil during the football World Cup.  The estimates show that the chance of a dengue outbreak is enough of a possibility to warrant a high-alert warning in the three northeastern venues (Natal, Fortaleza, and Recife) but is likely to be generally low in all 12 host cities.

  • Not only US, even Pak, China toast Modi win

    Islamabad/New York : The stunning victory of Narendra Modi-led BJP in the Lok Sabha polls on Saturday drew mixed reactions from the media across the world, with some hailing the results while a few others cautioning against high expectations from the new government.

  • Underdogs reign supreme

    Favourites Indian Oil crash out; SCR to face Army XI in final