Free Press Journal
  • Couple fakes kidnapping of own son to harass ex-wife

    Neemuch: A man, resident of village Kheda Kushalpura attempted to kidnap his son with the help of second wife. He later lodged a complaint against the relatives of his first wife. However, Manasa police were able to reveal the plot a day after the complaint was lodged. The accused couple has been taken under arrest.

  • Gehlot accorded grand welcome after being appointed Cabinet Minister

    Nagda: As newly elected MP and now cabinet minister, Thawarchand Gehlot visited his home town, the whole city came out to welcome him. Gehlot is the first person from the area to be minister in the central govt, and has a ‘rags to riches’ story much like the current PM Narendra Modi.

  • MP and MLA visit stormaffected farmers

    Burhanpur: MP Nandkumar Singh Chauhan, ex- education minister and MLA Archana Chitnis visited farmers affected by the recent storm in Khamki- Baswa, Shahpur. When the farmers complained about the barred electricity supply due to the broken poles and wires, Chitnis spoke to officials on the phone and instructed them to restore the facility.

  • Woman beaten up ruthlessly by her in-laws

    Barwaha: A married woman from gram Daulatpura was beaten up by her husband and in-laws and was mentally harassed. Victim, Rama Bai filed a complaint against her in-laws at the Balwada police station according to which her husband, Mahesh asked Rama Bai to go to the farms early morning.

  • Police vehicle hit by speeding truck during patrol

    Barwaha: A police vehicle (MP-3-8708) that was on night patrol was hit by a speedy truck (HR-74-A-5490) that was heading from Indore. As per the received information, the police vehicle was hit from the rear side by the truck which then lost its balance and ran into roadside shop.  The shop owner stated that the mishap has caused damaged to his shop as well as the police vehicle. After the accident, the

  • Rahul Gandhi


    The least Rahul can do is to resign from the  vice-president’s post. That he hasn’t is bad news for the Congress. If the party continues to protect him, it can only sink deeper into the quagmire (more…)

  • Modi filling PMO with his trusted Gujju men

    New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi wanted his most trusted man Arvind Kumar Sharma, a 1988 batch IAS officer who served him as the secretary to the CM in Gujarat, to head the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), but the seniority in the hierarchy of the bureaucracy came in his way.

  • Court orders Dawood’s assets to be attached

    New Delhi : A Delhi court on Saturday ordered initiation of proceedings for attachment of properties against underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, his aide Chhota Shakeel and three others, who are absconding, in connection with the IPL spot-fixing scandal case.

  • Bickering in AAP; Yadav, Jaihind quit

    New Delhi : AAP received a jolt on Saturday after senior party leader Yogendra Yadav and Haryana convener Naveen Jaihind tendered their resignation from party’s Political Affairs Committee and National Executive respectively over alleged bickering between the two.

  • Usmani out, Ranjan is new UP chief secy

    Lucknow : In a sudden transfer, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Saturday removed the state’s chief secretary Javed Usmani and appointed Alok Ranjan in his place. Alok Ranjan was the Infrastructure and Industrial Development Commissioner (IIDC) and the Agriculture Production Commissioner (APC).

  • Aiyar’s comment spurred NRIs to canvass for Modi

    Houston : When he made his now infamous comment about the recently elected Prime Minister Narendra Modi being a ‘chai wala’, Congress spokesperson Mani Shankar Aiyar may not have had any inkling that the comment would give an impetus to Indian Americans to launch a ‘chai pe charcha’ movement to help Modi win the prime ministership.

  • British Indian MP attacks BBC over Modi coverage

    London : A British Indian MP has strongly criticised the BBC for a programme on India’s new Prime Minister Narendra Modi that, she said, lacked objectivity.

  • Partymen will decide future pact with Cong, says Omar

    Jammu : Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Saturday said the future of alliance with Congress depends on National Conference workers and if they decide against it then party’s top leadership will abide by them.

  • IAF chief reviews NDA passing-out parade in Pune

    Pune : Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha Chief of Air Staff reviewed the passing- out parade of 126th course of the National Defence Academy (NDA) at Khadakvasla, Pune, on Saturday.

  • Opening Blunder

    India concede last-minute winner to Belgium