Free Press Journal
  • Police register murder case

    Dewas : The Udaynagar Police have registered the case of the murder of a woman whose body was found on Friday in a well. Police have registered the case of murder against unknown people after the postmortem done on Saturday at Indore.

  • Board engineer beaten up, bail to accused

    Mhow  : An assistant engineer of Mhow Cantonment Board (MCB) was beaten up by a builder after the duo got involved in an argument. Indore bench of High Court has grated anticipatory bail to the accused builder. The Kotwali police had registered a case under charge of interference in government work.

  • Ruckus at LNCT as father of molestation victim dies of cardiac arrest

    BHOPAL : Students created ruckus at the Laxmi Narayan College of Technology (LNCT) on Saturday, following the death of the father of a girl student of heart attack. He had complained to the college management about molestation of his daughter on August 6.

  • Child killed by water tanker

    Betma : A water tanker driver with his careless driving killed a two and half year old boy on the spot at 4 pm  here on Saturday.

  • Illegal tap connections increasing

    Mhow  : Mhow Cantonment Board has made tough rules regarding illegal tap connection and repairing shifting  but some employees are providing illegal connections.

  • CBI probe into NITTTR affairs demanded

    BHOPAL: ‘Jago Bharat’ has demanded CBI probe into ‘serious irregularities’ in recruitment, purchase, construction and illegal use of institute property during the tenure of Vijay Kumar Agarwal, former director of National Institute of Technical Teachers’ Training and Research (NITTTR). ‘Wake Up’ India also demanded to cancel the selection process of the post of director of NITTR because this process was influenced by former director Prof Vijay Kumar Agrawal and his sycophants and

  • BJP national team may have new faces from state

    BHOPAL : After formal confirmation of the appointment of Amit Shah as national president of Bharatiya Janata Party in the meeting of national council, the national executive of the party may be announced soon.

  • City cops get tips for cyber crime

    Ujjain : A day-long seminar was organised to impart crucial information about cyber crimes to police officials at Awantika Auditorium of police control room here on Saturday. Cyber Expert Ishan Sinha from New Delhi gave several tips and details about cyber crimes to police officials during the seminar.

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  • PHE dept neglecting treatment plant maintenance

    Ujjain : Ujjain Bhumihin Sahkari Sanstha president Rugnath Mandloi and secretary Prakash Parmar in a press release narrated the plight of hundreds of farmers who are compelled to use unfiltered water of drains to irrigate their fields. They alleged Public Health and Engineering (PHE) department for not maintaining treatment plant.

  • PK posters finally ‘clothed’

    Mumbai : The posters of forthcoming film ‘PK’ showing Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan virtually nude, finally got some clothes on Saturday.  Vile Parle Congress legislator Krishna Hegde ‘dressed’ up the actor’s poster and a cutout before a large number of people who cheered and clapped their approval.  Terming the actor’s posters as ‘distasteful and against Indian culture,’ Hegde formally ‘clothed’ Aamir in the poster in a bright green pair of shorts and a

  • 9-yr-old rape victim referred to Jabalpur for treatment

    NARSINGHPUR : The 9-year-old girl who was raped on August 5 was referred to Jabalpur medical college for further treatment on Saturday. The girl was resident of Barhabada village within the limits of Chichli police station. The health department sources said that the girl has sustained severe internal injuries and due to the lack of advanced sophisticated medical equipments at the district hospital she was referred to Jabalpur. However the doctors at

  • Congress observes Kranti Diwas

    Ujjain : City Congress observed the 72nd anniversary of the Quit India Movement here on Saturday. District Congress president, Anant Narayn Meena, presided over the event. In his addressing he said the day is celebrated in remembrance of ‘Bharat Chhodo Andolan’ and the sacrifice of thousands of martyrs who laid down their lives during this movement. It was today, the Congress passed the Leave India resolution to get India free from the

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  • Tsonga on song

    The Frenchman grabs another big scalp; beats Murray to reach Toronto semi-finals

  • Muslim couples tie nuptial knot

    MORENA: As many as 22 couples from the Muslim community tied the nuptial knot in the mass marriage function organised Galla Mandi under the Mukhyamantri Samuhik Nikah scheme on Saturday.  MLA Sumavali Satyapal Singh Sikarwar along with the senior BJP leaders and administrative officers was present in the function. The government spent Rs 25,000 on each participating couple including Rs 17,000 deposited in the bank account of the girl, domestic articles worth

  • Aaron bouncer leaves Broad bleeding

    Manchester: England’s Stuart Broad retired hurt after being struck on the nose by a bouncer from India fast bowler Varun Aaron on the third day of the fourth Test at Old Trafford on Saturday.

  • Blown away

    Woeful batting display by India hands England an innings and 54-run win on Day 3 in third Test