Free Press Journal
  • House burgled, goods worth lakhs stolen

    Indore : Thieves broke into a locked house in Azad Nagar on Tuesday night and decamped with booty worth lakhs. This is the second theft in the area in as many days and raises questions on police patrolling.

  • FIR registered against Grand Hyatt manager

    Mumbai : Following a complaint filed by the BMC, an FIR has been registered against a senior manager of Grand Hyatt hotel on Wednesday. The FIR against the senior employee of the luxury hotel mentions the hotel authorities indulging in irregularities in its construction, mainly in its lobby area.

  • Woman’s body found floating in water tank

    Indore : Chandan Nagar police, on Wednesday, recovered a woman’s body from an underground water tank in an under construction house.

  • WR general manager raises a stink about Andheri station

    Mumbai : In the first of the many changes to come, the toilet block at Andheri station is all set to be free of the foul odour arising from it. The stink was noticed by the newly-appointed general manager (GM) of Western Railway (WR), G C Agarwal, during his first inspection of the station.

  • Mumbai man asked to pay alimony of Rs 5k to wife

    Indore: A family court on Wednesday ordered a man from Mumbai to pay his wife Rs 5000 alimony.  The petitioner, Baby Shah, a resident of the city, had filed a claim for alimony against her husband Lalit Shah of Borivili, Mumbai. Baby was married to Lalit in 2010. However, after marriage a dowry demand for Rs 35 lakh was made and harassment began until Baby was kicked out of the house in

  • The future of e-commerce: The top 5 things that will shape the business going forward

    To most of us, e-commerce and e-commerce websites, represent the ultimate in convenience. No generation, other than the current one can claim to have been as spoiled for choice (thank you top e-commerce sites, Jabong, Myntra, Myonsto, Flipkart, Snapdeal, Amazon… See the list just goes on and on.) But what does the future hold for e-commerce. After all, every industry must either evolve or face obsoletion. So in America, you have Amazon

  • Cops dismantle the vada pav stall that Sawbhiman Sanghatna set up on Marine Drive on Wednesday. — BL Soni

    Vada pav stall set up on Marine Drive in protest against gym

    Mumbai : Reacting to the BMC giving permission for the setting up of an open-air gym at Marine Drive, Swabhiman Sanghatna set up a Vada Pav stall on Marine Drive yet again on Wednesday, only for it to be pulled down by C-ward officials. Swabhiman Sanghatna had tried to put this stall up on Tuesday as well and C-ward officials had taken it down as the stall did not have the civic body’s

  • Decomposed body of youth found in nullah

    Indore : Lasudia police fished out a decomposed body of a youth from a nullah on Wednesday. According to the police, based on the papers found in the pockets of the deceased, the youth has been identified as Ashish Chouhan (25) of Ratlam.

  • Woman’s body found floating in water tank

    Indore: Chandan Nagar police, on Wednesday, recovered a woman’s body from an underground water tank in an under construction house. According to TI Yogesh Tomar, the body was found floating in the underground water tank in Noorani Nagar by labourers engaged in the construction work. The woman was identified as Leelabai Rathore (50) a resident of Diamond Palace. It is a mystery as to how Leelabai ended up in Noorani Nagar. No

  • Rajya Sabha panel okays GST bill, suggests five-year central compensation

    New Delhi : The Select Committee of the Rajya Sabha on the Goods and Services Tax Bill has advised changes in provisions relating to compensation for states and on levy of one percent additional tax by states on the inter-state supply of goods.

  • Bengal Warriors stun Pink Panthers

    Kolkata :  Hosts Bengal Warriors bounced back brilliantly to upset defending champions Jaipur Pink Panthers 28-26 and open their tally in the home leg of Pro Kabaddi League on Wednesday.

  • Malaria cases are on rise in Indore division

    Indore : After the inception of monsoon, the number of malaria cases in the division touched 8000 mark till July 20. Several malaria cases were seen in June and July and the figure may increase in next two months. Taking the matter seriously, the District Health Department has raised an alarm for the residents and also constituted special team to monitor the affected areas.

  • Govt to provide security to Awhad

    Leader of Opposition Radhakrishna Vikhe-Patil had demanded ‘Z’ security for NCP MLA in a letter written to the Chief Minister  (more…)

  • Younis suggests he is not happy with behaviour of Waqar, Misbah

    Karachi :  Former Pakistan captain and senior batsman, Younis Khan has caused a stir in the cricket circles by openly suggesting that he is not happy with the behaviour of Test captain, Misbah-ul-Haq and head coach Waqar Younis.

  • Woman falls off train, dies

    Indore: A woman fell off a train at Indore station and died. She was on her way to Bhopal to pick up her sister-in-law. According to the police, the tragedy took place on Wednesday morning when Indore-Bhopal Intercity Express was ready to depart Indore station.

  • Schweinsteiger fails to impress van Gaal

    San Jose (California) :  Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has criticised veteran German midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger’s performance against San Jose Earthquakes after the newest signing from Bayern Munich played just 45 minutes in the friendly.

  • Rahul, Pujara rescue India A on Day One

    Chennai :  Opener Lokesh Rahul missed out on a hundred while captain Cheteshwar Pujara struck a solid fifty to take India A to 221 for six on a rain-affected Day One of the first ‘unofficial’ Test against Australia A, on Wednesday.

  • Focus on 3rd spinner as selectors set to pick squad for Sri Lanka

    New Delhi :  The third specialist spinner’s slot will be the subject of much deliberation when the national selection committee, headed by Sandeep Patil, meets here today to announce the squad for the three-Test away series against Sri Lanka starting August 12.