Free Press Journal
  • Over 7k people demand closure of mutton, liquor shops near Mahakal Templ

    Ujjain : Swarnim Bharat Manch launched a Signature Drive demanding closure of mutton and liquor shops located around Mahakaleshwar Temple, here on Friday. Manch invoked citizens to put their signature. More than 7000 citizens put their signature in support of the drive. Drive will be continued on Saturday.

  • Miscreants ransack OPD at Madhav Nagar hospital

    Ujjain : Miscreants ransacked the Out Patient Department (OPD) department over petty issue of giving change of Rs 5 at the cash counter of the Government Madhav Nagar hospital here on Friday. Accused identified as Sudhir Gome and Shubham Thapa both residents of Prakash Nagar, created a ruckus and ransacked the OPD at the hospital after they were asked to pay Rs 5 in change by the cashier Rekha Dhawan. The youths

  • Cops achieve big success; 3 gangs busted, 38 bikes seized

    BHOPAL : In a major breakthrough, the city police, on Friday nabbed three different vehicle lifter gangs, operating in various police station areas of the city and seized 38 bikes on the basis of information provided by them. A total of seven persons were arrested. The success was the outcome of the work of personnel of Misrod, Shahpura and Bagsewania police stations.

  • Rs 36K, mobile set looted from printing press staffer

    BHOPAL : Three miscreants robbed a 36-year-old man of Rs 36,000 cash and mobile phone after throwing chilli powder into his eyes near Subhash Colony within the limits of Ashoka Garden police station on late Thursday night.

  • Police solve quarry murder mystery, man arrested

    Indore : Police have solved the death case of Ramgopal Chandel and arrested one person in this connection. The arrested accused had illicit relations with Chandel’s wife which led to his murder.

  • Snake bites 3-yr-old girl; family takes her to Ashta; dies

    BHOPAL : Three persons met with unnatural death within the last 24 hours in the city. In the first incident a helper working on a bus running between Bhopal and Piparia died after he fell from the roof of the bus on Thursday night while the bus was being repaired at Govindpura Industrial area.

  • Colleges remain closed on NSUI call

    Bhopal: Colleges and university teaching departments across the state remained closed on Friday following NSUI call for bandh in protest against Vyapam scam and for the demand of chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan’s resignation.

  • Farmer gets wrong RVLD challan due to RTO error

    Indore : A clerical mistake by the Regional Transport Office (RTO) created problems for a Kanadia-based farmer when he received an e-Challan of traffic signal violation.

  • Stolen bikes seized, 3 held

    Indore : Chandan Nagar police on Friday arrested two vehicle thieves and a buyer of stolen motorcycles and recovered seven stolen motorcycles from their possession. According to Yogesh Singh Tomar, TI, acting on a tip-off, a police team detained Sabir Khan (24) a resident of Chandan Nagar and his friend Sohan Bhawel (18) of Ahirkhedi.

  • Palda residents stage demo alleging cholera spread

    Indore : Residents of Palda area on Friday staged a demonstration alleging spread of ‘cholera’ in their locality and accused the civic bodies and the district health department of refraining from acting on their complaint. Residents claimed that more than 30 people in the area are suffering from nausea and dysentery and the situation is turning worse.

  • Another Jat aide arrested with pistol

    Indore : The Crime Branch and Banganga Police, in a joint operation, on Thursday, nabbed an absconding criminal carrying a reward of Rs 10,000 on his head. The accused, identified as Gagan, is a resident of Nanda Nagar.

  • Noted names were rejected for FTII post

    Gajendra part of saffron agenda, alleges Congress as government  defends decision not to consider names of Gulzar and Benegal.

  • Mismanagement prevails at Garden in Harsud

    Harsud : The sole garden in the city is suffering from the mismanagement at the hands of the administration. The people visiting the garden in hope of piece face only widely spread problems after coming to the garden.

  • India, Pakistan are on talking terms again

    Modi to visit Pak for SAARC; Kashmir omitted in jt statement; BJP gloats over acceptance of India’s “definition” of terrorism.

  • What is the take away, asks Cong

    New Delhi : In a stinging attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi on a day he had a ‘breakthrough’ bilateral meeting with Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in Ufa Russia, the Congress has charged that his Pakistan policy ‘lacks vision and has no roadmap’.

  • Power theft from SBI branch !

    Karhi : A case of theft of electricity from the main supply line of State Bank of India has come to light. The branch manager of SBI, Bamaniya has made a complaint to the MPEB, Karhi, AC MPEB Mandleshwar, SP, Khargone and Karhi police station that electricity was being stolen by tampering the main supply line of the bank. The complaint has named Suresh Kumar and Vinod Kumar of theft.

  • Govt hospital functioning sans permanent doctor in Rajgarh

    RAJGARH : Bringing no change to the widely prevailed mismanagement at the Government Hospital, the administration has not appointed any permanent doctor so far. Attempting to provide relief to the patients in the area, a doctor Ritesh Patidar from Ringnod has been ordered to grant his service at the hospital. On this the doctor visits the hospital thrice in a week.

  • AICTSL board decides to ply AC ‘Sky Buses’

    Indore : The Atal Indore City Transport Services Limited (AICTSL) is planning to ply air conditioned ‘Sky Buses’ for Ujjain, Sendhwa, Surat and Hoshangabad from here. Tenders for these routes have been called by the AICTSL and about 7 bidders have participated in the pre-bidding process.