Free Press Journal
  • Girl’s body found in Manpur

    Mhow: Body of an unidentified girl was found near village Manchal in Manpur police station area.  The girl’s body was wearing jeans and shirt. The girl seems to be around 21-year old. According to Manpur police, the menhadi was applied on girl’s hands. The body has been sent for autopsy. Manpur police have registered a case and were investigating the matter.

  • TSMs to be used for land demarcation in district

    Indore : Centuries old method of demarcation of the lands through ‘Jarib’ (a long steel chain) will virtually come to an end in the district. Now the demarcation of the land will be done only through the scientifically proven Total Station Machine (TSM).

  • State may scrap ashtra Administrative Tribunal

    The MAT had recently directed the government to reinstate officials who were suspended last month for their alleged connection with Rs 7.17 crore worth scam of food grains (more…)

  • Jihadists destroy important Islamic mausoleums in Syria

    Beirut : Islamic State group fighters have destroyed two ancient Muslim mausoleums in the historic Syrian city of Palmyra, the country’s antiquities director said. Maamoun Abdulkarim said IS jihadists blew up the tombs of Mohammed bin Ali, a descendant of the Prophet Mohammed’s cousin, and Nizar Abu Bahaaeddine, a religious figure from Palmyra, three days ago.

  • Ashes set for bumpy ‘sledging’ ride

    London :  Ask many a cricket fan for a definition of `sledging` and the chances are they would settle for the MCC version.

  • Lewis Hamilton warns Nico Rosberg ahead of British GP

    Spielberg (Austria) :  Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton has warned his Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg that carrying forward the winning momentum would not be easy at the British GP at Silverstone.

  • Women live longer, men healthier

    Washington : A new study has suggested that though women live longer, men live healthier, says ANI.

  • Cabinet clears Rs 1,000 cr for Wardha-Nanded railway line

    Mumbai : The state cabinet on Tuesday cleared Rs 1,000 crore for the Wardha-Yavatmal-Pusad-Nanded reilway line.They also to evoke Maharashtra Prev-ention of Dangerous Act-ivities Act (MPDA) against those involved in black marketing of essential commodities and sand mafia.

  • Honey gets dumped!

    Rapper – singer Honey Singh and Popular Punjabi actor and singer Gippy Grewal have had some good musical collaboration. The duo has come a long way with many chartbusters to their credit including ‘Angrezi Beat’ from COCKTAIL.

  • Captured: Rare triple crescent Saturn moons

    Washington: NASA’s Cassini spacecraft, on a study mission to Saturn since 1997, has captured a rare triple crescent moons sighting on Saturn, says IANS. Saturn has nine named moons and as many as 53 natural satellites in its orbit. As the multiple moons wax and wane in light, they create a mesmerising image. Such a triple crescent moon sighting was captured by Cassini in March, but has just now been released by

  • Minister’s letterhead forged to dupe MHADA flat buyers

    Mumbai : Two cases in which fake letterheads of State housing minister Ravindra Waikar were used to dupe MHADA flat aspirants by promising them flats under the government quota have come to light.

  • Pakistani relatives mourn the death of a heatstroke victim outside a hospital in Karachi.

    Brutal heatwave kills 630 people in Karachi

    Karachi : Pakistan’s worst heatwave in decades has claimed at least 630 lives in the country’s largest city as authorities today ordered closure of all educational institutions and government offices and the army has also been called in to deal with the situation.

  • Afghan parliament attack

    The ISI-Taliban tango

    The attack on the Afghan parliament building on Monday ought to serve as an early warning to the Indian security establishment about the dangers that lie ahead once the Americans completely leave that god-forsaken country. Mercifully, the attackers, all seven of them, including a suicide bomber, were killed by the Afghan National Security Forces. This should suggest that the time, effort and money spent by the Americans to train the security forces

  • Vidya overwhelmed by fan’s gesture

    Vidya Balan has an eye for detailing and is a complete package of beauty, brains and top-notch acting skills.

  • Diabetic? Smart insulin patch could replace injections

    New York : Managing diabetes could soon become a lot easier as researchers have developed the first “smart insulin patch” that can detect increases in blood sugar levels and secrete doses of insulin into the bloodstream whenever required, says IANS.

  • Indira Gandhi never accepted that her younger son Sanjay Gandhi, widely blamed for the excesses of the Emergency, was in any way to blame for her electoral defeat.

    Indira was relieved she lost ’77 election: R K Dhawan

    New Delhi : Then prime minister Indira Gandhi seemed visibly relieved when she was told that she had lost the 1977 general election, her former aide R.K. Dhawan has said. Dhawan, who in June 1975 was Indira Gandhi’s trusted private secretary, also told India Today Television that the person who should be blamed for the Emergency rule is then West Bengal chief minister Siddhartha Shankar Ray.