Free Press Journal
  • Forest Dept seizes 20 quintal logs, truck

    Indore : The District Forest Department seized a truck loaded with 20 quintals of Mango and Neem wood from the city periphery, on Monday.

  • PM Has ‘Thali’ Meal In Parliament’s Canteen

    New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi surprised some MPs having lunch in Parliament’s canteen as he suddenly landed there to join them, perhaps becoming the first person to hold the post to do so, and paid Rs 29 for a vegetarian ‘thali’ (meal).

  • Burglars decamp with valuables worth Rs 60,000

    BHOPAL : Valuables worth Rs 60,000 were burgled from a house in Bilal Colony under Nishatpura police station area on Sunday. According to the police, the victim Asif Khan (35) had gone to work in Mandideep where he worked in a fabrication unit while his wife had gone to visit her family. When she returned in the evening, she found that the locks of the door were broken. Later a complaint was

  • Rly to run Holi Special between H’ganj-Rewa

    BHOPAL: West-Central Rail, Bhopal Division has decided to run ‘Holi Superfast Special Train’ between Habibganj and Rewa on March 4 and 5.

  • City observes ‘Swachchta Diwas’

    Indore : The IMC finally began ‘Swachchta Diwas’ from Monday. Earlier, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan and Mayor Malini Guad had promised to observe ‘Swachchta Diwas’ on Mondays during the swearing in ceremony of Mayor.

  • Vishwas calls BJP separatist friendly, criticises Congress

    Morena : Leader of Aam Aadmi Party and poet Kumar Vishwas visited Morena’s Ambah district’s Municipal Corporation and said criticised both BJP and Congress. Talking about BJP he said that they have joined hands with separatists for the sake of forming a joint government and this hurt the feeling of the nationalists.

  • Marans Appear As Accused, Seek Bail

    New Delhi : Former Telecom Minister Dayanidhi Maran and his brother Kalanithi Maran on Monday appeared as accused before a special 2G court in connection with the Aircel-Maxis deal case.

  • Fs-LEVEL TALKS MAY LEAD TO RESUMPTION OF TALKS: Pak

    Islamabad : Pakistani officials hoped on Monday that the talks India’s Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar will have in the capital on Tuesday will lead to a resumption of the Indo-Pak dialogue even as they termed as “speculative” media reports that Pakistan would propose new confidence-building measures during the meeting, PTI reports.

  • ‘Muslim Actors Marrying Hindu Girls Promotes Love Jihad’

    New Delhi : Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Sadhvi Prachi, who had earlier called for boycotting the movies of actors Salman Khan, Shahrukh Khan and Aamir Khan, sparked a fresh controversy on Monday with her remark that Muslim actors marrying Hindu women in Bollywood encourages ‘love jihad’.

  • Students find Eng paper easy

    Indore : At least 55,542 CBSE students appeared Class XII examination across the city, on Monday. Being it the first day of examination, a chaos like situation prevailed in various schools, as students wanted to be seated as early as possible.

  • Decomposed body of fraudster found in jungle

    Narsinghpur : Rotten body of the fraudster who defrauded more than two dozen people was found in Lakhnadaun jungles of region. A switched off mobile; documents related to post office have been recovered from the body.

  • Iraq Moves To Seize Tikrit

    Over 30,000 Soldiers, Shia-Sunni Militia And Police Force Launch Major Offensive To Flush Out Islamic State Terrorists From The Oil City

  • Vehicle thief nabbed

    Indore : The Sanyogitaganj police nabbed a motor mechanic-turned-vehicle thief and recovered 4 vehicles from his possession, on Monday. He stole vehicles to pay school fees of his children. The police registered a case and are investigating the matter further.

  • Bhajan singer Rajesh Lal Chola to feature daily on Aastha channel

    Jabalpur : Renowned Bhajan singer Rajesh Lal Chola will be featured daily in Aastha Channel so that the devotees could hear his songs on a regular basis. Shoots of his songs completed recently in studio of the channel based in Mumbai.

  • Sikh Boy In US Shares Footage Of Racist Classmates

    New York : A shocking video of a bunch of school kids abusing a Sikh boy in the US state of Georgia was uploaded on video-sharing website YouTube and is going viral.

  • Shop allocation for Hardaul Baba Mela tomorrow

    Seoni Malwa : Preparations for Hardaul Ju Lala Baba Mela, which starts from Rangpanchami have begun and Sub Divisional Officer Prakash Singh Chauhan said that the allocation of shops will start from 12pm on March 4. He also appealed to the shopkeepers to set up maximum number of shops to make the fair successful.

  • Woman to be booked for harassing hubby

    Indore : In an unusual case of domestic violence, a local court here on Monday directed the police to book a woman for harassing her husband and mother-in-law.

  • John Kerry

    US defends Israel at UN rights body

    Geneva : Secretary of State John F. Kerry came to Israel’s defence on Monday amid growing political tensions between the allies, saying that anti-Israeli bias by the United Nations’ top rights panel is undermining its mission.