Free Press Journal
  • Govt unblocks 32 websites

    New Delhi: The Government has ordered unblocking of all the 32 websites that were being used by terrorists after these sites promised to cooperate with the authorities and removed ‘jehadi’ content.

  • Cops won’t grill Tharoor as yet

    New Delhi: The Delhi Police said it is not going to question Congress MP Shashi Tharoor for now in connection with the mysterious death of his wife Sunanda Pushkar as it would first want to examine all other people related to the case and look into available evidence. Investigators also said that they have not come across any IPL cricket league angle in the case so far in the wake of some

  • New work order to complete old project

    Meghnagar : Failed to complete the work under Rajiv Gandhi Gramin Vidyutikaran Pariyojna in tribal dominated Alirajpur and Jhabua, the company is now contemplating to complete the work after issuing a new work order.

  • Lion’s Gold award to ‘SNEH’

    Nagda : The social welfare institution SNEH, which has been working for the mentally challenged children, is felicitated with the renowned Lions Gold Award of bollywood for their excellent activities throughout the year.

  • Residents furious over dirt and garbage

    Petlawad : Irked over the dirty surrounding and the incomplete construction of the nullah, residents of Madhav colony called the officials of the municipality and started abusing them. Women warned the officials that if their colony would not be cleaned in two days then they would be forced to agitate.

  • ‘Good Morning Dhar’ turns a damp squib

    Dhar : Despite publicity and directives from district administration for success of ‘Good Morning Dhar’ program, the rally taken out on Saturday turned a damp squib with a thin attendance of public.

  • Congress foils BJP’s bid to get unopposed winners

    Dahi : On the last day of nominations withdrawing, the BJP tried to dispose the matter right away with attempts of fighting as unopposed party in the election scheduled on February 19. As many as 9 candidates have taken their nominations backs and total 114 candidates have remained to stand for the election in Janpad Panchayat Dahi.

  • Poetry competition held

    Nagda : A poetry recital was organized at a private college of the region, wherein students from various schools participated and showcased their talent.

  • Cop falls while chasing juvenile criminal, dies

    Mumbai: A 42-year-old police constable died after he fell from a roof in Matunga while attempting to nab a 16-year-old juvenile criminal who had escaped from his custody on Saturday evening.

  • Anti-Polio Campaign from Jan 18

    Khandwa : A task force meeting was organized at the collectorate conference hall to discuss the program layout of the first phase of the National Polio Campaign, which is to be held on January 18.

  • Female suspect still at large

    Paris/Sanaa: Even as French forces were frantically hunting for the girlfriend of an Islamist gunman, a top leader of the Yemen-based Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) praised the attacks at the Charlie Hebdo magazine and at a Jewish supermarket in Paris, threatening France with more attacks “if they did not stop abusing Muslims”, according to a video posted on Saturday.

  • Avej wins silver medal for team

    Khachrod : The state team, under leadership of the town boy, won silver medal in National School Rope Skipping Competition.

  • Youth held with brown sugar

    Piplia : A youth was arrested with 50 gram brown sugar on Saturday. Based on the information from an informer, Pipaliya police stopped a youth coming from Gudbheli on foot. During the frisking, 50 gram smack was found in his pocket. The accused has been identified as Govind Patidar, a resident of Takarawad in Narayangarh.

  • Flip-flop ends, Dutt back to roost in jail

    Mumbai: After the jail authorities rejected his application for extension of furlough, actor Sanjay Dutt returned to Yerwada jail on Saturday. The prisons department rejected his plea citing lack of positive report by Bandra police station. The report said that there was no need for an extension of furlough for his medical treatment.

  • Bootleggers do brisk business in Panchayat election season

    Meghnagar : With an aim to woo voters for forthcoming Panchayat elections, illegal liquor is distributed to the villagers in Agral, Aamlipathar, Hatyadeli, Gadwada and other areas.

  • Candidates rush for withdrawal of nominations

    Piplia : The Sarpanch and Panch posts candidates from 6 village panchayats withdrew their nominations forms at Lunaheda Center on Saturday. Four candidates for the Sarpanch post and 15 candidates for Panch posts remained in village panchayat Richha after the nomination withdrawal. In village panchayat Chitakhedi, 4 Sarpanch and 13 Panch candidates, in village panchayat Lasudiya Rathore, 2 Sarpanch and 11 Panch, in village Panchayat Kamaliya , 6 Sarpanch and 10 Panch

  • Garlic sacks stolen

    Piplia : An unidentified accused has stolen 11 sacks of garlic in the Krishi Mandi. As many as 9 sacks of garlic stored at the mandi belonging to Munir Ahamad Jaan Mohammad Firm and 2 sacks owned by K K Traders have been stolen by the unidentified accused in night time. The traders have registered a complaint at the police station.

  • Rahul may be made party chief in revamp

    New Delhi: Struggling to recover from its worst electoral debacle, the Congress leadership has outlined a blueprint to revamp the party and redraft its socio-economic policies amid reports that Rahul Gandhi may be elevated to the position of party president.