Free Press Journal
  • Women try to rob head constable Caught red-handed

    Dhar :Three women were caught stealing money from the bag of head constable. Police has registered the case and the further investigations are on

  • MGM College surgery HoD, asst prof booked

    Indore : Sanyogitaganj police on Saturday booked HoD of Surgery Department of MGM Medical College and an assistant professor in a case of negligence death of an under trial of Dhar.

  • Debt-ridden man consumes poison

    Ratlam : The high interest rate charging mafia will now face stern actions by police after one more case that has been brought to notice, of a youth consuming poisonous substance when he could no repay the high interest burden and principal amount of the loans, which he borrowed from the lenders who charge very high interest rates.

  • Story-telling competition concludes

    Mandsor : Vatsalya Public School organised a story telling competition for the students of class 3 and class 5 under the student enrichment programme on Saturday. The medium of story telling was both Hindi and English. Principal CK Sharma and vice principal Satish Niranjani judged the competition.The students presented inspirational and entertaining stories. Principal Sharma praised the students and said that this kind of competition would enhance the communication skills of

  • Jadeja-Anderson row a test case for Srinivasan

    It is incongruous to find players from India and England standing eyeball-to-eyeball within a month of the expressed bonhomie of their board along with Cricket Australia in joining hands to rule World cricket.

  • Murali Vijay

    On razor’s edge

    Opener Vijay rescues India after England pacers strike early blow; visitors lead by 145 runs with six wickets in hand after Day Three.

  • ICC match referee rates Trent Bridge pitch as ‘poor’

    Dubai :  The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Saturday said that David Boon of the Elite Panel of ICC Match Referees, who officiated in the first Test between India and England at Nottingham, has rated the pitch used at Trent Bridge as “poor”.

  • Philander fined for ball tampering

    Dubai: South Africa’s Vernon Philander was fined 75 percent of his match fee for tampering with the ball during the third day’s play in the first Test against Sri Lanka in Galle.

  • Sanga keeps Lanka victory hopes alive

    Galle :  Kumar Sangakkara smashed his 49th half-century as Sri Lanka launched a fightback on the fourth day of the first Test against South Africa on Saturday.

  • Thief caught red handed

    Indore : A youth was caught red handed while perpetrating theft in Aerodrome area. The residents tied him up and beat him black and blue before handing him over to the police.

  • NCSC holds meeting with IMC officials

    Indore : Member of the National Commission for Scheduled Castes (NCSC) Raju Parmar held a meeting with the IMC officials at Residency Kothi to discuss various issues related to cleaning on Saturday.

  • Boy steals bag with Rs 50000

    Indore : A 12-year-old boy snatched a bag containing cash and other documents on busy Jawahar Marg.

  • Two hurt as van hits tree

    Indore : A van hit a tree on motor vehicle carriageway on BRTS Corridor, injuring the two occupants seriously. The accident occurred some time after Friday midnight.

  • De-addiction awareness drive held

    Indore : Ashirwad Drug De-addiction Centre, run by Indian Redcross Society and the Social Justice Department are jointly organizing public awareness drives. This week, the ‘Chaupal Charcha’ was organized at Bhawani Nagar, Sanwer Road.

  • Airport boundary wall collapses

    Indore : About 60 feet boundary wall of the City airport from Chandan Nagar side collapsed on Saturday night. The Airport authority started repairing of the wall.

  • Investiture ceremony of SICA School held

    Indore : SICA SS School, Scheme No 54, Indore held an investiture ceremony on Saturday where students’ council members for the current academic session took oath.

  • Man hangs himself

    Indore : A man committed suicide by hanging himself from the ceiling of toilet of his house. The incident occurred in Chandan Nagar area and so far the reason of suicide is not known.

  • Youths urged to use ‘Citizen Cop’ App

    Indore : Social organization, Udaan along with MSW students of Arts and Commerce College made people aware about ‘Citizen Cop’ application (app) of the district administration, on Saturday. They visited DAVV, Khandwa road campus and urged the youth to make optimum use of the app and send complaints to the administration.

  • Female cleaning staffers stage demo

    Indore : Female cleaning staff of the IMC on Saturday staged a demonstration carrying brooms at Nehru Stadium zone complaining against husband of a corporator, who allegedly takes away half of their salary.