Free Press Journal
  • Youth turns out to be killer of father

    SHIVPURI: In a shocking revelation by the police a man was arrested for murdering his own father on Monday.  In a bid to frame the charges on his opponents with whom he was having a dispute over issues related to land he committed this heinous crime. He wanted to avenge the assault on him by them.

  • Cops tighten noose on criminals

    NARSINGHPUR: District police through a press release said that strict action is being taken to check anti-social activities in the district. According to police, the action is being taken against the anti-social elements involved in gambling, satta, illegal sale of liquor and drugs. According to police sources, as many as 29 cases were registered under NDPS Act and 65gr smack has been seized so far in the year. Excise department officers took

  • Commercial establishments lack proper parking facilities

    SEONI MALWA: The commercial organisations in the area have no parking facility on their premises consequently the consumers as well as the residents have to face difficulties. The vehicles are being parked unsystematically and the passers-by have to face difficulties in the area. Moreover, the municipality has also not made any arrangements for parking. A resident Ankit Tambulkar said that the municipality should ensure parking arrangements prior to giving permission for commercial

  • Saina to renew love affair with Indonesia

    Jakarta : Three-time champion Saina Nehwal, who is coming from a break, will lead the Indian challenge in the USD 750,000 BCA Indonesia Superseries Premier starting with the qualifiers from today.

  • Rahane taking one match at a time

    Mirpur : Having guided India to a comfortable seven-wicket victory against Bangladesh, the talented Ajinkya Rahane said that he would like focus on one match at a time without looking too far ahead.

  • Shastri Colony may get submerged as encroachers block rainwater drainage

    NASRULLAGANJ: Nasrullaganj municipality has not launched any cleanliness and anti-encroachment drive ahead of rainy season in the city. The nullahs are blocked with filled and encroachment because of rainwater stagnation is imminent. The municipality used to launch pre-monsoon cleanliness drives during the previous years for which the collector used to issue special orders.

  • India aim for series win against B’desh

    Mirpur : A confident Indian cricket team would look to keep the momentum going in its favour as it gears up to complete an expected series victory against minnows Bangladesh in the second of the three-match ODI series.

  • Create awareness among families not sending kids to school: Sartaj

    HOSHANGABAD: Minister of public works department Sartaj Singh said the motivators associated with School Chalein Hum campaign should find out such parents who are disinclined towards getting their children educated. They should encourage such families to send their children to school. He said the indifference towards education is apparent in the villagers and slum dwellers and there is an urgent need to encourage such people because the nation could only progress when

  • West Indies look to pace to even series

    Port-of-Spain (Trinidad) : The West Indies are likely to go with a three-pronged pace attack in the second Test against New Zealand as they seek to rebound from last week’s heavy defeat and level the series.

  • Aamir lauds MP for launching ‘Gauravi’; stresses on proper education

    Bhopal: Famous cine star and film director Aamir Khan, speaking on the inauguration of ‘Gauravi Abhiyaan’ here on Monday, said Madhya Pradesh was the first state which had taken an initiative in implementing the idea of giving victim women health, psycho-medical, legal and police aid at one place. Aamir said the idea emerged in a programme of TV serial ‘Satyamev Jayate’ and was supported by more one crore people. He congratulated chief

  • IOA divided over ’19 Asian Games bid

    New Delhi : There are clear indications of the senior office-bearers of the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) pulling in different directions even on a crucial issue like bidding for the 2019 Asian Games.

  • ‘Will you marry me?’ doc manning Telemedicine centre asked

    Bhopal: Will you marry me? My buffalo has been lost; can you help to find it? These questions were asked to the doctors attending the telemedicine toll free 104 helpline number at the All India Institute of Medical Science Bhopal.The doctors of the telemedicine centre are facing problems due to such prank callers. Some prank callers call on the telemedicine helpline toll free number 104 and abuse them. This has become a

  • CM wants to adopt SA wildlife tourism model

    Bhopal: A grand welcome was accorded to Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan at state hangar on his return from South Africa visit here on Monday. Union Labour and Employment Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, cabinet members, MPs, MLAs, distinguished citizens and a large number of common people were present on the occasion.

  • Grasim Industry empowers Nagda women

    Ujjain: Guddi Bai, an underprivileged woman from Palki village near Nagda in Ujjain district, earns Rs 500 per month stitching clothes during her free time. Like her, over 200 other women have been trained in tailoring at the Mahila Stitching Centre, at Nagda in Madhya Pradesh as part of the CSR initiatives of Grasim Industries Limited, a flagship company of Aditya Birla Group.

  • HC notice to WFI on wrestler’s plea

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court sought responses of the Centre, the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) and others on Asian Games silver medalist Amit Kumar Dhankar’s plea against shortlisting of wrestlers for Glasgow Commonwealth Games allegedly without holding any trials. (more…)

  • HIV-affected woman hangs self

    Indore: A 26-year-old HIV-affected woman hanged herself in her residence in Khajrana area, on Sunday night. She was under treatment for the last two years. Police have filed a case and started investigations.According to police, the deceased was a resident of Khajrana gaon and she was quite depressed. She ended her life by hanging herself in her room, on Sunday night. However, her family knew about this on Monday morning, when someone

  • Goan Sports tame Coorg XI

    Mumbai : Goan Sports Asscoaition (GSA) beat Coorg XI 7-1 in their Third Division MHAL League match. The dominant Goans raced to a 5-0 first half lead and were well served by Ajay Kumar who scored a hat-trick. Robindro Singh got a brace while K. Singh and Bharat K. added one each for the Goans. M. Carriappa netted the lone goal. (more…)

  • One dies, 3 injured in road mishap

    Sendhwa: One person was killed and three others got severely injured in a road accident at National Highway number 3 on Monday afternoon. The deceased was identified as Radheshyam Chauhan (45), resident of Kushwah Nagar.  As per the information received, on Monday afternoon at around 12 pm, a fast speed truck coming from the wrong side hit a Tavera car that was on its way to Indore and was carrying a pick

  • Triple for Ravindra, double for Charvi

    Mumbai : Ravindra Kotian won a triple crown, while Charvi Kawle earned a double, in the PRO TT 4 Star Combined Mumbai District Ranking Table Tennis Tournament, at the University Pavilion.