Free Press Journal
  • Man beaten up

    Indore : A man was beaten up when he intervened in a fight involving his son in Panchsheel Nagar on Sunday. The man is now undergoing treatment while the police have registered cases against four accused. According to the police, Bhagwan (48) resident of Panchsheel Colony was admitted to hospital on Sunday evening. In his statement to the police, Bhagwan said his son Karan had an argument with one Anil of the

  • WR time table extended till September

    Indore: The Western Railway has extended the trains time table, route at a glance and time table for the use of the railways departments, published in September 2014 till September 2015. Western Railways’s Ratlam Division PRO said that usually the validity of the time tables last from July 1 to June 30. But due to the certain reasons the validity of the time tables has been extended till September 2015.

  • Disrespect to Indira in Dhaka: PM under fire

    New Delhi :  Prime Minister Narendra Modi continues to draw fire from opposition Congress for his politically partisan conduct during his foreign tours. As he returned from a tour of Dhaka, Modi was sharply criticized for referring to the then prime minister Indira Gandhi”s role in the war of liberation for Bangladesh-“ despite being a woman.”

  • Bodies of 6 friends consigned to flames

    Indore : A pall of gloom fell on Malwa Mill crematorium on Monday when bodies of five friends killed in Khanwa Road accident were laid side-by-side for final rites.

  • Ministers used DMAT to get wards into medical colleges: Katare

    BHOPAL : Leader of opposition Satyadev Katare raised again admission scam involving private medical colleges this time alleging that two ministers – Umashankar Gupta and Dr Narottam Mishra, chairman of private university regulatory commission and other prominent persons got admitted their children in private medical colleges.

  • Cong, BJP wash dirty linen in public

    BHOPAL : State government launched a counter attack on the Congress and leader of opposition Satyadev Katare following revelation, saying that the LoP was making baseless allegations.

  • Cong to field Subhash Sojatia from Garoth

    BHOPAL : The Congress has decided to field former Health Minister Subhash Sojatia as its candidate for Garoth-Bhanpura assembly constituency by-polls, the voting for which is scheduled for June 27.

  • Mandideep furniture factory gutted in fire

    BHOPAL : A major fire broke out at a furniture factory in Mandideep industrial area on Monday morning. The intensity of the fire was such that more than 15 fire fighters were called from various places including BMC, Obaidullaganj, Mandideep, Raisen and Budhni municipality along with HEG Industries, Vardhman Industries and Nahar Spinning Corporation. Fire-fighters struggled for around eight hours to control the fire.

  • Widowed mother of five raped

    BHOPAL : A history-sheeter raped a 38-year-old widow, mother of five children on pretext of facilitating in getting her a job and marrying her at Koh-e-Fiza area. A complaint was lodged by the victim woman with the police on Sunday night.

  • Tomar ducks questions on Z-plus security to Bhagwat, Ram Temple

    BHOPAL : Ducking questions regarding Z-plus security given to RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat, Union minister for Steel and mines Narendra Singh said that he was in Bhopal to focus on the achievements of one year of NDA government led by Narendra Modi.

  • MP to become first state to implement Centre’s new mining policy

    BHOPAL : District level mining foundations for development and welfare in mining areas of all districts of the state will be constituted within a month. Madhya Pradesh will be first state in the country to auction mining blocks under new Central mining policy.

  • ‘Ashobaa’ not to impact monsoon; Sun refuses to relent

    BHOPAL : “Ashobaa” –a deep depression over east- central Arabian Sea which has further intensified into a cyclonic storm– is unlikely to have any impact over Madhya Pradesh. It will have impact only in western coastal region. The storm will bring respite to the people, who are reeling under scorching heat for a long time, as the maximum temperature is expected to will fall in coastal areas.

  • Rs 2L award for info on crook who conned doc couple

    BHOPAL : SP South Anshuman Singh has announced a reward of Rs 5000 on the arrest of Devansh Lingjhara, son of Suresh Linjhara, resident of Amra Vihar Colony Kolar Road.

  • Gopal Bhargava’s car hits bike, one dead

    BHOPAL : A man died while one got injured in an accident between the Toyota Fortuner car of Panchayat and Rural Development minister Gopal Bhargava and a bike on Sunday night. One person sustained injuries in the accident. Two bike borne youth tried to overtake the minister’s car, lost their balance and hit the car on Sunday night around 11 pm in Begumganj Raisen district. The injured were rushed to hospital where

  • Paneer, Mawa worth Rs 6.5L seized

    BHOPAL: The team of the Food and Drugs Administration department seized a truck carrying suspicious Mawa and Paneer brought to the city from Gwalior near Lambakheda. The FDA officials had got a tip off from an informer on phone about the delivery of the materials in the city.

  • Enrolment drive for insurance schemes

    Hoshangabad : The collector Sanket Bhondwe has asked Secretaries of village Panchayats and Asha workers to make a door to door visit and get hundred percent enrolments for insurance schemes by June 15.

  • Bhikangaon: Farmers still waiting for proper water supply

    Bhikangaon : The first phase of the Khargone Lift Irrigation Project has started water supply to the farmers of the Bhikangaon development block but it has been irregular with some areas getting oversupply while some areas fail to supply ET all.

  • Demand for new rail services on Ratlam-Indore line

    Ratlam : Ratlam Jagruk Manch (RJM) has raised the demand of immediate introduction of the new rail services on the Ratlam-Indore broad gauge line via Fatehabad on which only one DEMU train is running.

  • Women demand ban on liquor shops

    Dharmpuri : Agitated with the openly distribution of liquor in the colonies, women submitted a memorandum to the officials of the excise department demanding ban on liquor shops. Women also alleged that the illegal sellers of the liquor said that their protest would not matter as they give extortion to the officials.