Free Press Journal
  • Swami Muskurake awarded

    Ujjain: Swami Muskurake (Shailendra Vyas) and Prem Singh Yadav were awarded with “Prize of Body Building Award’, at 52nd Senior Mister India 2014 National body building championship. Award was presented by Aurangabad MP, Chandrkant Kher and Secretary Asia Body Building federation (ABBF), Sanjay More for their excellent work in field of bodybuilding. Rajesh Bhari of State Body Building Federation (SBBA) informed that Vyas and Singh were member of seletion committee of ABBF.

  • 180 vehicles checked on Day-1

    • Joint drive of RTO, RPCB and Traffic Police against polluting vehicles
    • Action taken against 1 22 vehicles, challan and notices were served

    Indore: On the very first day of joint-drive of the RTO, Regional Pollution Control Board and Traffic police against polluting vehicles, over 180 vehicles were checked in Vijay Nagar area, on Tuesday.They also issued challans to 122 vehicles and also fined the commuters for violating the norms.

  • Hailstorm-hit farmer ends life?

    Indore: A 25-year-old farmer committed suicide by hanging himself in Azad Nagar area, on Tuesday.What drove him to take such an extreme step is not known.However, his family members claimed that he was depressed as his crops were ruined in hailstorm. Police registered a case and started investigations.

  • Body found from Bilawli pond

    Indore: Body of a youth was found floating on the water of Bilawli pond on Tuesday morning. Some equipment for fishing was also found on the bank of the pond. Police sent the body for post-mortem.According to S-I of Tejajinagar police station RS Tiwari, the police received the information about finding the floating body on Tuesday morning. Therefore, reaching at the spot, the police pulled out the body.

  • Fearing action, girl levels harassment charge on teacher

    Indore: Caught with her boyfriend in a compromising position on the campus, a girl student of Prestige Institute of Engineering and Science, fearing action by the college, levelled charges of harassment on a teacher.Following the allegation, activists of the ABVP staged a demonstration on the college campus and demanded action against the teacher. But when they came to know about the actual incident, the activists ended their protest and cleared off from

  • Trial balloon on Art 370 from PMO?

    New Delhi :  On the opening day of the Modi government, there were some discordant noises: A junior minister in the PMO Jitendra Singh had to retract his statement on Article 370. The controversy erupted when Singh, the MP from Jammu, spoke of the government being in the process of abrogating Article 370, the vital constitutional link between India and the state of Jammu and Kashmir.

  • Herat attack by Lashkar, says Karzai

    New Delhi :  Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai has claimed that the banned Pakistani terrorist group Lashkar-e-Toeba (LeT) was behind the abortive attack on the Indian consulate at Herat in Afghanistan last Friday.

  • Cong, BJP spat over Irani’s qualification

    New Delhi :  The Congress on Tuesday taunted the BJP-led government saying the new Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani is not even a graduate, while the BJP retorted that the responsibility had been given on the basis of leadership ability.

  • ‘Harassed’ guard at IAF station kills 2

    Mumbai :  Enraged over harassment at work, a constable of the Defence Security Corps, which guards defence installations, posted at the Santacruz Air Force station, shot and killed two men, including his superior and another colleague, and injured two others early Tuesday, police said.

  • Sena sulks over berth, Geete yet to take charge

    New Delhi :  The ruling NDA’s second largest constituent, the Shiv Sena, is upset over the poor representation it got in the new Narendra Modi government, as well as the heavy industries portfolio allocated to party representative Anant Geete.

  • Defence charge only for now, says Jaitley

    New Delhi :  Sixty-two-year old Arun Jaitley took over on Tuesday as the finance minister in the North Block, indicating that he will shed the Defence portfolio in the Cabinet expansion soon. He later went to the South Block to assume charge as defence Minister as well.

  • nitin gadkari

    Nitin’s pearls of wisdom

    New Delhi :  Union Road Transport and Shipping Minister Nitin Gadkari on Tuesday gave a new insight into Hindu-Muslim riots on his Twitter handle saying that “Behind every fourth Hindu-Muslim riot in India, there is a kidnapping/rape/hate crime against a Hindu woman by a Muslim male.”

  • black Money

    Sit on black money: Modi govt’s 1st decision

    New Delhi :  In its first Cabinet meeting chaired by Narendra Modi on Tuesday evening, the government decided to set up a high-level SIT (special investigation team) headed by 75-year old retired Supreme Court judge M B Shah for unearthing black money stashed abroad, as already directed by the Supreme Court on May 6.

  • ON PM Modi’s day 1, Indo-Pak ice melts

    New Delhi :  On his first day in office Narendra Modi as prime minister made a big start as he engaged his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif in a dialogue that has been stalled for several years.

  • IAF pilot dies in crash

    JAMMU: A MIG-21 fighter aircraft of the Indian Air Force crashed in an open field in Anantnag district in Kashmir, killing the pilot Squadron Leader Raghuvanshi. According to eye-witnesses, the pilot steered the plane away from populated areas to save civilians lives.  The MIG-21 was on a routine exercise. The pilot was a resident of Surat and had married four years ago.

  • Relook at ‘Snoopgate’

    New Delhi: Describing the previous UPA government’s move to order a probe into the ‘Snoopgate’ affair as politically motivated, newly-appointed Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju on Tuesday indicated that the decision may be reviewed by the NDA government. ‘‘It is clearly visible that the decision was politically motivated,” he told a wire agency when asked about UPA government’s decision to order a probe into the surveillance of a woman in

  • 14 bikes seized, 2 thieves held

    Indore: Palasia police arrested two bike thieves, who are real brothers and used to come to the city for the purpose of stealing bikes. Till now, the police have recovered 14 bikes from them and inquiring further. The police suspect that they might be connected with Kanjar gang.

  • 90 huts, 15 kiosks razed

    Warns traders to keep their belongings within their shops