Free Press Journal
  • Janmashtami celebrated with enthusiasm

    Mhow : Youth group celebrated Janmashtami with great zeal in Gawali Palasiya. Various competitions such as Radha-Krishna acts, single dance, and group dance were held. Winners were presented with shields.

  • 45 trolleys seized with illegal sand

    SHIVPURI : The administration, on the directives of the collector, started action against illegal sand miners on Sunday seizing 45 trolleys. Action was taken against three persons at Eravan village near Madikheda dam.

  • Goga Navami Celebrated

    Mhow : Attractive and splendid procession in memory of Valmiki Samaj deity Gogadev was admired in all way. Local people were enchanted by the Nishan (signs) procession and devotion of Ustad Khalifao and shouted slogans in favor of Gogadevji.The full city was sparkling and Valmiki Samaj people reached to Mohan Talkies early morning for getting a view of Gogadevji. Chadiya (Sticks) ,from various places ,of Gogadevji reached to Veer Gogadev Maharaj temple.

  • Burglars walk away with Rs 1-L booty

    BHOPAL : Burglars struck at the locked house located at Orchid Palace under Kolar police station and decamped with booty to the tune of Rs 1 lakh in between August 2 to 19.

  • Katare to docs: Declare you are not Vyapam scam beneficiaries

    BHOPAL : Leader of opposition Satyadev Katare has appealed to medical practitioners to clearly mention on their name plates and visiting cards that they are not beneficiaries of the Vyapam scam.

  • 19-yr-old girl hangs self after scolded by mother

    BHOPAL : Enraged over being scolded by her mother, a 19-year-old girl committed suicide by hanging self from the ceiling fan at Aheerpura under Jehangirabad police station during the intervening night of Monday and Tuesday.

  • EOW files challan against Prafulla Maheshwari, 4 others

    BHOPAL : The Economic Offence Wing (EOW), on Tuesday, filed a supplementary challan against five persons—Prafullla Maheshwari, Renu Maheshwari, Amul Urdhvarshey, Rakesh Mehra and SK Handa, CMD of Progressive Extraction and Export Limited – in Madhya Pradesh State Industrial Development Corporation (MPSIDC) fraud.

  • Constable attacked by sword-wielding miscreants

    BHOPAL : The city police failed to nab the miscreants who allegedly attacked a police constable with sword in a bid to arrest them on Janmashtami celebrations in Aradhana Nagar under Kamla Nagar police station on Monday.

  • Idol-maker commits suicide

    BHOPAL : A 36-year-old idol-maker committed suicide by hanging self from the iron rod near Mata Mandir under TT Nagar police station during the intervening night of Monday and Tuesday.

  • Guns fall silent on LoC, no fresh violation by Pak

    New Delhi : After nearly 10 days of unprovoked firing and shelling along the international border and the LoC, Pakistan army on Monday stopped its ceasefire violation operation.

  • Poor show on highways

    New Delhi : A reality knocked down Nitin Gadkari on Tuesday when he admitted that his push for speeding up the construction of the national highways has not worked as not a single km could be added in the month of July. He, however, remains committed to his vision of achieving the target of building 30 km of highways per day in the next two years. He told an Indian Road Congress meeting

  • ‘Motor Vehicles Bill in next Parliament session’

    New Delhi : Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari on Tuesday said that the government will introduce the Motor Vehicles Amendment Bill in the next Parliament session.

  • Corruption worse than cancer: Modi

    Kaithal: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday announced that the government will soon implement tough measures to deal with the menace of corruption and push for all-round development of the country.

  • Death-row sisters awaiting gallows move HC

    Mumbai : Two sisters from Kolhapur whose mercy petitions against capital punishment were rejected by the President recently, on Tuesday moved the Bombay High Court praying their death sentence be commuted to life imprisonment.

  • 3 killed, several injured as tractor-trolley turns turtle

    Burhanpur : Three passengers were killed and several others got injured when a tractor trolley turned turtle on Tuesday afternoon near Bolti Pahadi. The injured were rushed to the Nehru hospital. Police have registered the case.

  • Anandiben not so confident of polls

    Ahmedabad : Gujarat Chief Minister Anandi Patel admitted on Tuesday that by-polls in nine Gujarat assembly seats and one Lok Sabha seat would prove to be a test for her and asked BJP workers to ensure a win in all these seats.