Free Press Journal
  • Rakesh Maria

    Shootout in Vakola Police Station

    Mumbai :  The problems of Mumbai police seem to be increasing with every passing day. At a time when it is dealing with cases such as the rape in Sakinaka police chowky, and the alleged drug racket involving drug lord Baby Patankar and possibly several other policemen, both of which have brought a huge amount of infamy to the force, an Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) attached with the Vakola police station shot at

  • Dawood Ibrahim

    Did Dawood think of surrendering?

    New Delhi :  Former Delhi Police Commissioner Neeraj Kumar on Saturday denied reports attributed to him that fugitive terrorist Dawood Ibrahim had negotiated surrender with him months after the 1993 Mumbai blasts and that the government of the day scuttled the plans at the last moment.

  • The danger is still not over in Nepal

    Kathmandu :  Fresh tremors rocked parts of Nepal on Saturday, triggering landslides as the death toll in last Saturday’s devastating earthquake crossed 7,000, including 19 Indians, and protests mounted over relief not reaching several affected areas.

  • Gaur to police: Get ready to deal with Simhastha casualties

    Ujjain : State Home Minister Babulal Gaur reviewed the preparations of Simhastha Fair-2016 during his visit to the city on Saturday. Chairing a meeting at police control room, Gaur directed police administration to be alert for untimely accidents and casualties take place at the time of mass gathering. Gaur also made inspection of Kshipra ghats and checked their progress of construction after the meeting.

  • Law can’t be implemented without public support: Home Minister

    Ujjain : “It is comparatively easy to frame laws, but their proper implementation cannot be ensured without public support,” State Home Minister Babulal Gaur commented when being asked about the compulsion on wearing helmet and restriction on playing DJ.

  • Apex Bank’s Deputy Mgr Nigam bidden adieu

    Ujjain : On the retirement of Apex Bank Deputy Manager Pradeep Nigam, he was bidden adieu during a felicitation programme at divisional branch at Bharatpuri, here on Saturday.

  • 40-day summer camp inaugurated at LOTI

    Ujjain : Union Minister Thawarchand Gehlot inaugurated a 40-day summer sports training camp at Lokmanya Tilak Vidya Vihar Higher Secondary School, here on Saturday.

  • YC burns Petro Min’s effigy

    Ujjain : Youth Congress (YC) leaders and workers burnt an effigy of Union Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan protesting against hike in petrol and diesel, at Shahid Park here on Saturday. Lok Sabha YC president Hemant Singh Chouhan and Congress leader Vivek Yadav led the protest and alleged that BJP government hiked the price of petrol and diesel by Rs 4 and Rs 2.37 respectively spoiling the budget of common man. YC also

  • Appellants turn satisfied with Lok Adalat’s initiative

    Ujjain : Many appellants who have been waiting to get their grievances redressed for years became satisfied with the action taken during Lok Adalat held here on Saturday. Six benches redressed 600 cases of 29 departments at Lok Adalat organised by State Information Commission. Around 149 cases were redressed on the spot by different benches.

  • Mahakaleshwar Bhakt Niwas’s inauguration on Monday

    Ujjain: Mahakaleshwar Bhakt Niwas of Madhav Seva Nyas will be dedicated to public during a programme organised at Mahakal Maidan at 9 am here on Monday. Yuvraj Swami Madhav Prapannacharya and RSS JJS Suresh Soni will be guests of honour of the programme. Nyas president Girish Bhalerao informed that Bhakt Niwas is an invaluable achievement of the Nyas. It will help to fulfill social objectives. The building built with cooperation of society

  • Citizens extend financial help to support Nepal quake victims

    Ujjain : Citizens are wholeheartedly extending financial help for Nepal earthquake victims. A grain merchant handed over cash of Rs 51, 000 to State Home Minister Babulal Gaur while an advocate extended the help of Rs 5000 for Prime Minister Relief Fund to help the neighbouring nation.

  • Stork finally arrives: It’s a baby girl for Kate

    London :  The wait for Prince William’s second baby was finally over as his wife Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, gave birth to a baby girl on Saturday. The baby was “safely delivered” at 8:34 am local time (0734 GMT), Kensington Palace said in a statement.

  • Shourie-Swamy-Ram troika is BJP’s new headache!

    New Delhi :  A scathing attack on the sincerity and intentions of the Prime Minister and top leaders is the last thing the BJP needed just days before the first anniversary of the Narendra Modi-led govt. Call it the enemy within or whatever, the troika of Arun Shourie, Subramaniam Swamy and Ram Jethmalani has attempted to puncture the rosy picture being prepared by the govt and the party to showcase their achievements

  • Caught in time warp, Garibdas watches his party march ahead

    BHOPAL : The Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan had to walk some distance to reach the house of Garibdas. The alley in which his humble dwelling is located was too narrow for the swanky Captiva in which the CM travels.

  • High Court turns down anticipatory bail plea of Shrinivas Tiwari

    BHOPAL : The plea for anticipatory bail, filed by former Assembly Speaker Shrinivas Tiwari, was rejected by the Jabalpur High Court on Saturday. Tiwari has been booked by the Jehangirabad police of Bhopal district in a case involving illegal appointments in Assembly secretariat.

  • Chief Minister (CM), Union Ministers to launch central schemes on May 9

    BHOPAL: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan will launch three major Central schemes in Bhopal on May 9, simultaneously with Prime Minister Narendra Modi launching them in Kolkata. The function will be held at Samanvay Bhavan at 5.30 pm.

  • Amid protest, Ranka removed as School of Law head

    Indore : Amidst protest by NSUI activists, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) Vice-Chancellor Prof DP Singh on Saturday removed Archana Rankaas head of School of Law after an inquiry revealed that she had illegally promoted some students during their degree course period. Ranka was earlier sent on forced leave.

  • They snatched gold chains after getting high

    BHOPAL : The Bagsewania police on Friday arrested two criminals who were said to be involved in a number of chain-snatching incidents in the city. The accused used to commit these incidents after getting high on drugs. They used to come on a 200 CC Bajaj Pulsar bike and often targetted old ladies. The police recovered around 14 gold chains and necklaces from their possession and two Bajaj Pulsar bikes bearing registration

  • Use e-mail, WhatsApp & SMS for official exchange: Dist Collector

    Indore : A day after taking charge of office, Tech savvy District Collector P Narahari on Saturday started the implementing plans for paperless of office and introduced use of IT tools in improving the functioning of the administration.

  • Young man’s skull smashed as bus bumps over speed breaker

    BHOPAL: A 23-year-old coming to Bhopal by bus on Saturday morning died due to head injuries after hitting the window frame of the bus when he put his head out of the window to vomit while the bus was moving. The incident happened near Narayan Nagar on Hoshangabad Road. The driver stopped the bus at Habibganj Naka and fled.