Free Press Journal
  • Ghattiya blind murder case solved

    Ujjain : The police on Friday claimed to have cracked the blind murder case of a man at Ghattiya on March 17. The wife of the deceased and her paramour were found to be the guilty behind the murder of the man who was later identified as Yogesh (34) son of Amar Singh Gurjar, a resident of Malipura.

  • Gang rape accused taken on three day police remand

    Ujjain : The three accused of gang rape with a teenager girl were taken into police remand after they were produced before the local court here on Friday.

  • Management is must in all fields of life: Dr Bedia

    Ujjain : Director of Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Business Management, Vikram University Dr DD Bedia delivered a lecture on Business Management at Department of Commerce of Government Kalidas Girls PG College, on Friday. Dr Bedia said that management is needed in all fields of life. A manager inculcates creativity while arousing curiosity in people. He gave instances of Chanda Kochar, Indira Nooyi, Shivkheda, etc. HoD Dr Shailendra Bharal delivered welcome address. Principal

  • Thousands take holy dip to get rid of evil spirits

    Ujjain : Thousands of devotees took a holy dip in Kshipra River on the occasion of Bhutadi Amavasya’ and offered prayers at various temples here on Friday.

  • No change in guideline rate for green belt

    Indore : Bowing down to pressure, the District Guideline Valuation Committee has decided not to change the guideline rate of Green belt for 2015-16. Earlier, it was decided to slash the rate by 50 per cent.

  • Khambati Farm House, City Park buildings bulldozed

    Indore : Taking advantage of vacation of court’s stay, the district administration undertook demolition at controversial Khambati farm house and a few buildings of City Park, on Friday.

  • Cops divert routes for smooth traffic

    Indore : Members of Sindhi community will take out Jhulelal shobhayatra, on Saturday at 4 pm. The yatra would start from Shivalaya Hospital and culminate at a garden in Sadhu Waswani Nagar after passing through Narsing Bazaar, Gorakund, Rajwada, Yeshwant Road, Machhi Bazaar, Harsiddihi, Palsikar Colony and Sant Kawarram Nagar.

  • Social science paper of X Board leaked

    Indore  : An incident of question paper leak through WhatsApp was detected in Gautampura area just before the commencement of social science paper for Class X of MP Board Examination, on Friday.

  • City to get 3 summer spl from next month

    Indore : Union Railway Minister Suresh P Prabhu has assured to start three summer special trains from the city next month. He also ordered the railways officials to complete BG work of Laxmibai Nagar-Indore section within two months.

  • Woman BEO, teacher caught while accepting Rs 25k bribe

    Indore : A day after unmasking two corrupt lady police officials in Indore, the Lok Ayukta police caught a woman block education officer (BEO) of Dharmapuri in Dhar district and a teacher for accepting Rs 25000 as bribe.

  • Consumers tear into MPERC; say proposed hike savage, unwarranted

    BHOPAL : Political parties and petitioners hit out at MP Electricity Regulatory Commission, alleging that State government posted retired IAS officers as chairmen in the commission who had been involved in purchase and sale of power. How can they decide power tariff keeping the interest of common electricity consumers, they asked.

  • Security guard beats wife, her ‘paramour’ to death

    BHOPAL : A middle-aged man posted as a guard at the residence of principal secretary (scheduled caste welfare department) allegedly killed his wife and her lover after he caught them in a compromising position at Arvind Vihar Colony under Bag Sewania police station late on Thursday night.

  • BMHRC doctor’s suitcase snatched at Bhopal station

    BHOPAL: A well up-to-date unidentified youth looted Dr Manisha Shrivastava of Bhopal Memorial Hospital and Research Centre (BMHRC) when Kerala Express was about to halt at Bhopal Railway station.

  • Criticising leaders may cost dear to BJP office-bearers

    BHOPAL: CCTV cameras will be installed in the BJ P state office. As many as 40 cameras, costing Rs 8 lakh, would be installed. These cameras would also record voice. The installation of cameras would help party’s top leaders keep any eye on state-level office-bearers. The cameras would help in monitoring the activities of the leaders who criticise party leadership in the BJP office. They would be linked to mobile phones too

  • ‘STF tortured accused to admit connection with Guv’

    BHOPAL: The lawyer of an accused in the Vyapam scam alleged here on Friday that his client was threatened and tortured by the STF in custody. “He was forced to admit that he had connection with Governor Ramnaresh Yadav”, advocate Mukesh Rajput told the court. The court, later, sent Amrish Sharma, who, allegedly played the role of a mediator between the Raj Bhavan and Vyapam candidates and three others on police remand

  • Siddaramaiah

    After Sonia rap, CM mulls probe

    Bengaluru :  Cornered from all sides, including the party High Command, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Friday was considering handing over the probe into the mysterious death of IAS officer DK Ravi to the Central Bureau of Investigations. Siddaramaiah’s hands were forced as an upset Sonia Gandhi told him point blank not to embarrass the party and hand over the probe to the CBI without any further fuss.

  • Demarcation, survey to begin from Sunday

    Indore : Finally, the cleansing of Khan River will kick start from Sunday. The district administration has constituted two groups for the purpose. While one groups will demarcate the river, the other will conduct survey of encroachments on either side of the river. In the first phase, the teams will conduct work on 10-km stretch of the river.