Free Press Journal
  • MP seeks Centre’s help to get Gir lions

    BHOPAL : The State government has approached the union ministry of forests and environment with a project to the tune of Rs 59 crore for relocation of Asiatic Lion in Palanpur Kuno national forest reserve following rejection of its request in this regard thrice by Gujarat government.

  • Sushil Kumar

    I want to win gold in Asian Games: Sushil

    Glasgow :  Rio is at the back of his mind but for Sushil Kumar, one of India’s greatest Olympians, the immediate aim is to win a gold medal in the upcoming Asian Games, a stage where the decorated wrestler, surprisingly, is yet to taste success.

  • I-T dept gives relief to tax consultants

    Indore : Understanding the problems being faced by the CAs and tax-consultants while filing tax returns of their clients, the Income Tax Department has given exemption of two days–July 30 and 31– for using mobile numbers and mail IDs for creating password.

  • Labourer falls from building, dies

    Indore : A labourer engaged in painting a newly-constructed house fell on the ground and died. The mishap occurred when the painter lost his balance while working and fell headlong sustaining serious brain injuries. The police have registered a case and are investigating to determine whether negligence was cause of death of the labourer.

  • State to attempt ‘record’ plantation today

    Indore : The forest authorities across the state would plant as many as 1 million saplings of different species of plants on Thursday at different sites identified for celebrating the much talked about ‘Hariyali Mahotsav’.

  • Greedy husband sears wife with iron rod

    Indore : In a blatant incident of harassment, a woman was seared with hot iron and kicked out of her house by her husband and her family members on pretext of dowry demands.

  • Ravijot Singh sentenced to life imprisonment

    Dewas : District and Sessions Court Judge Manohar Mamtani has sentenced Ravijot Singh for life imprisonment and also sentenced a fine of Rs 75,000 on him in an important judgment in the 2013 Doublechawky murder case. Judge has acquitted Saurabh Badhole, who was the other accused in the case.

  • Fire turns two shops into ashes

    Indore : Fire broke out in two adjacent shops located in mill area on Wednesday morning. The shops, Pooja elecricals and Pooja sales were adjacent to each other, and belonged to Kailash Chandra and his uncle and were located near Patnipura square on the road leading to Nehru Nagar. Kailash Chandra, who lives on the floor just above his shop was alarmed by the neighbours at 4.30am in the morning, who noticed

  • Police register murder & attempt to murder case against eight

    Dewas : Police have registered case against 8 people for the murder and attempt to murder happened on Tuesday 29th July on the day of Eid. TI of Kotwali Police Station Bhupender Singh said that a person was murdered and 4 persons got severely injured at Nausarabad after an argument got converted in an aggressive brawl.

  • India stare at defeat

    After another poor batting show, Dhoni’s men need 333 runs to win with six wickets in hand

  • Chain snatcher caught by people

    Ujjain: A chain snatcher was chased  and caught by some people of the Madhav Nagar area on Tuesday when he was escaping with the gold chain of a woman. Cops suspect his involvement in other similar incidents in the area. According to Madhav Nagar police Radha (20) wife of Sanjay Parihar, a resident of Tarana and her mother- in-law was returning to after visit to doctor on Tuesday evening when a bike-borne thief

  • Valuables worth lakhs stolen from auto-parts shop

    Mhow : Some unidentified thieves struck at local mobile-cum-auto parts shop and took away valuables worth over lakhs of rupees including Rs 40,000 cash and costly auto parts of four and two-wheeler vehicles. Value of stolen auto parts could not be estimated yet.

  • SICA teacher is CBSE ASL Master Trainer in City

    Indore : The CBSE organised a 5-day ASL Master Trainer Workshop in New Delhi to build a country-wide team of potential Assessment of Speaking and Listening-Master Trainers (ASLs-MTs), who would be responsible for cascading the assessment training to teachers and monitoring audio, video and live examinations of ASL in India and affiliated schools abroad.

  • Various proposals passed in municipal council meeting

    Sanver : A general meeting of Sanver Municipal Council was organised at council office here on Wednesday. The meeting was presided over by municipal president Gajanand Karadwal. CMO Prabhu Patidar informed that various important proposals regarding development work worth corers of rupees were passed unanimously in the meeting.

  • Hariyali Teej festival celebrated with fervor

    Betma : The members of Agrawal-Khandelwal Mahla Mandal celebrated the Hariyali Teej Festival here on Wednesday with great enthusiasm.

  • Police parade goon in Chandan Nagar

    Indore : Chnadan Nagar police on Wednesday arrested and paraded a goon, who reportedly used to terrorise people to extort money.

  • Vyapam scam: CBI makes backdoor entry

    BHOPAL : Though the Madhya Pradesh Government has not officially sought CBI probe into the Vyapam scam but the CBI has already made a backdoor entry into the probe.  Union Minister Uma Bharati, it may be recalled, had said that Vyapam scam has ‘inter-state’ links.

  • Two held with illegal arms

    Indore : Raoji Bazaar police arrested two criminals on Wednesday and seized two pistols from them. The two accused are being questioned to name the supplier of illegal arms.

  • Headmaster demands bribe for appointment

    SHIVPURI : An applicant applied for the post of guest teacher at government primary school at Baglaun village under Pohri sub division. But the Headmaster misbehaved with him and demanded a bribe of Rs 5000 for his appointment.  According to information, applicant Rahul Sharma who had been working as guest teacher at the same school, applied for the same post and when he contacted in charge headmaster Pankaj Mehta, the latter demanded

  • Cleanliness drive: Is IMC patting its own back?

    Indore : Although IMC officials are carrying out cleanliness drives in various parts of the city to combat the diseases which come along with monsoon rains, there is a strong belief that this is just a white wash to gain political benefit in the approaching IMC elections.