Free Press Journal
  • Sand mine collapsed, two killd

    Dewas : At-least two persons were killed, when a sand mine collapsed near Kali Sindh river at Bhuteshwar under Pipalranwan police station near here on Tuesday. Both the deceased had gone to dig out sand for their personal uses and during the digging, the sand mine collapsed and they buried in the sand.

  • Chief of Army Staff Gen Bikram Singh in Mhow today

    Mhow : The Chief of Army Staff, General Bikram Singh PVSM, UYSM, AVSM, SM, VSM is arriving Mhow on his two-day visit on Wednesday. General Singh will reach here with a special plan on Wednesday evening. General Singh will be on visit of Infantry School, Mhow on July 10 and will take part in various functions at Infantry School here. He will also meet with senior army officials. Infantry School Commandant General

  • Stepfather attempts to molest girl

    Dewas : One Ashok, resident of Karmchari Colony, Dewas was living in live-in-relationship with a married woman. The woman is the mother of a son and daughter and they all live with Ashok. The accused attempted to molest the girl, when she was alone in the house. During the attempt she cried, due to that he escaped from the spot. The City Kotwali police have registered the case against the accused on

  • Senior office bearers of RSS visit Bhoj-Shala

    Dhar : After the conclusion of the national executive meeting of state ‘Pracharaks’ of Rashtriya Sangh Swyamsewak Sangh (RSS), various senior office bearers of the organisation’s Jammu-Kashmir, Manipur, Asam and other state units visited the Bhoj-Shala of Dhar here on Tuesday. They took the details about the historical importance of the place.

  • Passengers welcome rail budget

    Ratlam : There were the mixed reactions to the Union Railway budget, which was presented by the Union Railway minister in the Parliament on Tuesday. While majority of the people said that, there was need of improving basic infrastructure and the Union Railway Minister has rightly given importance to the basic issues like cleanliness at stations and trains, edible items and meals and other issues.

  • Admn officials’ team meets Dental College students

    Mhow : To probe the complaint of the students of a private Dental College, situated at Mhow-Indore road, a team of senior administrative officials including SDO Vijay Agrawal, Sandip Singh and Nagendra Singh reached at the college near here on Tuesday. According to sources, the Dental College students had lodged complaints like collection of additional fee without giving receipts and others to district collector against the   college management.

  • Prepare to welcome lions at Palpur Kuno: CM

    BHOPAL : Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, addressing at the 11th meeting of Madhya Pradesh State Wild Life Board here on Tuesday, asked to remove all obstacles  in bringing lions from Gujarat to Kuno Palpur sanctuary. Chauhan instructed the officials to make special efforts to save vulture, deer and Great Indian Bustard.

  • Supplementary challan filed against DIG Shivhare, three others

    BHOPAL : The Special Task Force (STF), on Tuesday, filed supplementary challan of 380 pages against suspended DIG RK Shivhare and three others in Pre-PG Medical Admission 2012 fraud.  Examination was held on March 11, 2012 and results were out on March 17, 2012. The main challan of 1700 pages were against 17 accused and it was filed on February 21, 2014.

  • Sandstone, soil transported on scooties, bikes in Bundelkhand: Mukesh Naik

    BHOPAL : The State government, on Tuesday, came under fire from the Opposition for alleged corruption in Bundelkhand package with Congress MLA Mukesh Naik tabling some official documents to claim that bikes and scooties – both two-wheelers – were used for transporting sand stone and soil in big quantity.

  • 16 out of 64 accused arrested in PSC scam

    BHOPAL : Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, in his written reply to a question put up by MLA Ramnivas Rawat, said that so far 64 persons have been made accused in the irregularities committed in examination for Ayurved Medical Officer conducted by Vyapam and 16 of them have been arrested.

  • Shabby condition of playgrounds in Govt schools

    Khargone : Although the government has made many schemes for the welfare of the students to develop and enhance their sports skills along with the education, but they all seemed to turn to dust as none of the schemes have been practiced. Many of the schools of district headquarter, does not even have the playground. Only some schools have playgrounds but that too in a dilapidated condition.

  • IG’s brother Bharat Mishra sent on police remand till July 14

    BHOPAL : Bharat Mishra, brother of IG Sonali Mishra, has been sent to Police Remand (PR) till July 14 in connection with Pre-PG Medical admission-2012 fraud. Special Task Force (STF) arrested him in the court of in-charge CJM  Sanjay Singh on Tuesday.

  • I-T Dept should extend return filing date or relax need of email ID registration: Dilip Patni

    Ratlam : Either Income Tax department should relax the need of registering or updating email ID or it should extend the last date of filing the Returns of Income, which is July 31. In a statement issued here on Monday the former President of Kar Salahkar Parishad and senior Tax Expert Dilip Patni said that according to decision of the Central Board of Direct Taxes; a valid email ID and mobile number

  • Nothing substantial for Mumbai except promises

    Mumbai :  One of the thrust areas in this year’s railway budget is cleanliness. However, anyone travelling by Indian railways will tell you that there is a yawning gap between promise and reality.

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    Railway budget practical, action-oriented: India Inc

    New Delhi/Mumbai : Welcoming the thrust on resource mobilisation in this year’s rail budget, India Inc on Tuesday welcomed the new government’s maiden exercise as practical and execution-oriented.

  • SpiceJet starts promotional fares at Rs 999 per ticket

    New Delhi : Budget passenger carrier SpiceJet on Tuesday launched another promotional fare scheme offering all-India travel options starting from Rs.999, excluding taxes, reports IANS.

  • Sensex sheds 518 points

    Mumbai : Slipping from record highs, the Sensex on Tuesday plunged 518 points and the Nifty tanked 164 points in their worst drop in 10 months on profit booking as investors said Narendra Modi-led NDA government’s first Railway budget carried no big-bang announcement. Both indices fell about two per cent with the BSE Sensex ending at 25,582.11 and the NSE Nifty settling at 7,623.20. Railway Minister Sadananda Gowda on Tuesday tabled his maiden

  • Smartphone break can make you happy and productive

    Washington : Want to be more productive and happier during the workday? Try taking a short break to text a friend, play “Angry Birds” or check Facebook on your smartphone, according to a new research, reports PTI.

  • Re rebounds 23 paise Vs US dollar to end at 59.78

    Mumbai :  In contrast to falling equities, the rupee on Tuesday recovered 23 paise to end at 59.78 against the dollar after exporters and some banks sold the US currency.

  • I am very selfish as an actor: Vidya Balan

    The versatile actress Vidya Balan, who has carved a niche for herself in Bollywood with her spectacular acting, says that she is very selfish as an actor and she only works for herself. The actress has been a part of films like ‘Paa’, ‘Ishqiya’, ‘No One Killed Jessica’, ‘The Dirty Picture’ or ‘Kahaani’ in the past.