Free Press Journal
  • Sorry its Easter – Sc judge Kurian Joseph

    New Delhi :  Supreme Court judge Kurian Joseph, who created a fuss over the Chief Justice of India holding a conference of High Court Chief Justices on Good Friday, has excused himself from a dinner hosted by Prime Minister Modi to all judges and the chief ministers on Saturday night, saying he will be in Kerala for religious ceremonies.

  • Multiply in numbers, VHP advises Hindus

    New Delhi : In the backdrop of projections that India will have the largest number of Muslims by 2050, Vishwa Hindu Parishad on Saturday demanded a uniform law to rectify the “demographic imbalance” in the country and asked Hindus to have as many children as Muslims.

  • Fresh trouble after apology to Fabindia

    Panaji/Mumbai :  Spelling further trouble for Fabindia Overseas Pvt. Ltd, a staffer at its Kolhapur outlet was arrested for secretly filming a woman customer on his cellphone, police said here on Saturday. The incident occurred on March 31 at the Tarabai Park outlet here when a salesman Prakash A. Ispurle was caught snooping on a woman customer. The following day, the woman lodged a police complaint against Ispurle who was arrested and

  • Parivar hiccups: Morcha if no merger on Sunday

    New Delhi :  Six socialist parties of the erstwhile Janata Parivar may miss yet another deadline for their merger on Sunday when Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav has called their meeting at his residence here.

  • Yoga

    Yoga devoid of religious intent, rules US court

    Los Angeles :  A US court has ruled that Yoga classes in an elementary school in California do not endorse Hinduism or violate students’ right to religious freedom and are “devoid of any religious or mystical trappings”.

  • Lok Ayukta police nab UDA clerk accepting bribe

    Ujjain : The Lok Ayukta nabbed a clerk posted with the Ujjain Development Authority red-handed while accepting bribe of Rs 10,000 here on Saturday.

  • Smriti’s whistle-blowing gets Indore talking

    INDORE : Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani’s whistle blowing act of detecting a mischievously placed CCTV camera in a FabIndia showroom in Goa, did more than just exposing the dirty minds working in the store.

  • Dalit groom’s marriage procession stopped in mid-way at Raghavi

    Ujjain : A Dalit groom was barred from carrying out the marriage ritual of horse riding by a group of upper caste men at village Piplyanath, under Raghavi police circle, here on Friday night. Police booked around 5 persons and arrested all of them. A police team also took stock of the situation in the village.

  • IMC sidelines A2Z, deploys its men and machines

    Indore : Fed up of the lackadaisical work by A2Z company in lifting garbage from the city, Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) has decided to use its own resources to carry out the chore.

  • Police crack whip on sub-standard helmet sellers

    Ujjain : In a bid to make riding safer in the city, the traffic police on Saturday carried out a special campaign and seized sub-standard helmets which did not have an ISI standard marking.

  • GST will change scenario of doing business in 2016

    Indore : The much-awaited Goods and Services Tax (GST) will be in place next year either from April 1 or October 1, changing the scenario of doing business for professionals like CAs, CSs and Cast Accountant, experts said at a seminar here on Saturday.

  • Man arrested with fake currency

    Ujjain : The Ghattiya police arrested an Ujjain resident and recovered fake currency notes worth Rs 2,000 from his possession on Saturday. The arrested person was identified as Alim (34) son of Ishaq Khan, a resident of Virat Nagar here. Ghattiya Police said, during patrolling the police party got information that a person named Alim was trading fake currency notes at a grocery shop in village Rudaheda. The police raided the place

  • Attack on stray dog unites residents

    Indore : Residents of a posh locality of Annapurna area hit the street over brutal attack on a street dog. They relented only when police registered a case against unidentified culprit.

  • Lok Adalat on May 2

    Ujjain : State Information Commission will hold Lok Adalat on May 2, 2015. 600 caseslying pending under RTI will be resolved by six benches along with Chief Information Commission at divisional level during Lok Adalat.

  • 3-yr-old dies after car knocks him down

    Indore : A reversing car ran over brother and sister, injuring the boy fatally. The girl, who received injuries, was discharged after administration of first-aid. Police sent the body for autopsy.

  • Forest dept forgets to release leopards in wild

    Indore : The District Forest Department recently sent four leopards to Kamla Nehru Prani Sanghralaya (City Zoo) for treatment as the department had rescued them from different locations in the district. But, the department officials forget to release them in the wild.

  • Man pays for 12 LCD TVs through Rs 4.16L fake DD

    BHOPAL : The MP Nagar police have registered a case of forgery against a man who handed over a fake demand draft to an electronic showroom owner to purchase 12 LCDs.

  • Pt Jasraj’s ode to Lord Hanuman fascinates music-lovers

    BHOPAL : The Bhopalites witnessed the astonishing performance of music maestro Padma Vibhushana Sangeet Martand Pandit Jasraj under the series ‘Poonam-35’ of Indian classical Music at open-air stage of Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya on Saturday.

  • Digvijay again writes to SIT

    BHOPAL : Former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh has shot off a letter to the Vyapam Special Investigation Team chairman Justice (Retired) Chandresh Bhushan, seeking immediate registration of an FIR against chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan and against Indore police officials for alleged tampering with records retrieved from the computer of terminated Vyapam official Nitin Mahindra.