Free Press Journal
  • Man commits suicide over dispute with wife

    UMARIA : After quarrel with his wife Nigahri reside Dheeraj Singh killed himself cutting from train. He along with his wife Janki Bai and son Mohit went to see dussehra. After watching Ravan burn they hold at Umaria. Next morning they were returning to village. Mean while Altercation took place between them. After that wife of Dheeraj started walking with other family members. Mohit was with him. When they reach to signal

  • Deceased kin stage roadblock

    SAGAR : The family members staged road block after keeping the body of their kin, at Padmakar police station on Saturday. The deceased was died in mysterious condition, the body was found at the Mokronia railway station on Saturday. According to sources, the deceased Sohan Lal Ahirwar resident of Gambheriya had taken loan from Harish, who runs a grocery shop.

  • Path Sanchalan marks RSS’s Foundation Day

    DHARAMPURI/GAROTH/JHABUA : On the occasion of Vijay Dashmi, Rashtriya Swayam Sewa Sangh celebrated its 90th foundation and took out a grand Path Sanchalan (route march) wherein a large numbers of members participated in uniform. Kukshi district Kaaryawahak Shyam Kaang led the way and addressed the gathering. He threw light on the establishment of RSS and also talked about the Hindu religion. The procession started from Shishu Mandir and passed through the main

  • Proteas to miss Morne Morkel: Hashim Amla

    Mumbai : South Africa will most certainly miss the services of injured fast bowler Morne Morkel for the all-important fifth and final match of their ODI series against India today, said senior team member Hashim Amla. “I don’t think Morne is fit enough to play. He bowled a bit in the nets and probably we will take the final call later, but I don’t think he will be fit,” Amla said. Morkel picked up four

  • Dispute prevails between BJP, Cong workers

    JABALPUR: Dispute between a group of BJP and Congress occurred during program of Kanchghar Dussehra programme here on Saturday. It took a serious shape when there stone throwing and firing started. Some children, old men and women get injured in stone throwing. After getting information IG, ASP town, CSP and other officers reached on the event place. Police repulsed the people who involve in stone throwing. After sometime condition came in under

  • Akhada artists enthrall people in Muharram procession

    MORENA : In Muharram Tajiya procession akhada was taken out. Ustad Ismail Khan of akhada told that youth artist shown many tact of sticks, sword, and other fatal weapons. They also shown the many tact of self defence. On this occasion khalifa of the akhada Sehjad Khan, Jabbar Khan, Shabir, Shakir, Gudan, Raja, Ansu, Meharaj were presented. Ustad said that our akhada turn on every year on the occasion of tajiya procession

  • Police teams raid 17 places, draw a blank

    BHOPAL : Six teams formed by ASP Rajesh Singh Bhadauria raided around 17 spots to nab the person who attempted to abduct a 21-year-old engineering student in an auto rickshaw near DRM office on Thursday night.

  • Rain stops WI chase against Sri Lanka

    Colombo : Rain called off play after tea as West Indies chased 224 to win and level the two-match series against Sri Lanka in Colombo, Day Three of the second Test. West Indies were on 20-1 at the close and the match is due to start 15 minutes earlier on Sunday to make up for some of the time lost due to rain. West Indies had progressed to 20 when Dhammika Prasad beat Kraigg Brathwaite’s

  • Younis Khan, Misbah put Pak in command against England

    Dubai : Senior batsmen Younis Khan and Misbah-ul-Haq hit solid half centuries to put Pakistan in the driving seat in the second Test against England in Dubai on Saturday. Younis was unbeaten on 71 — also completing 9,000 Test runs — while Misbah notched an aggressive 87 not out as Pakistan closed the third day on 222-3 on a weary Dubai stadium pitch. That gives Pakistan an overall lead of 358 with seven wickets intact

  • One-hour curfew relaxation provided to women

    KHARGONE : As the situation of violence-hit Khargone, further improved and came under control, women residents got a big relief for an hour as the curfew lifted for them. It may be noted that since Thursday night after the incident of communal violence that erupted clashes between members of two communities, an indefinite curfew has been imposed and heavy police forces have been deployed across the city to prevent further such incident.

  • PCB still hopeful of Indo-Pak series in December

    My impression is that the Indian board also wants to have the series. If they didn’t want that they would not have invited us to Mumbai for talks in the first place .Najam Sethi , Head of PCB’s executive committee.

  • First win for Chennaiyin FC on home turf

    Chennai :Bernard Mendy and John Stiven Mendoza struck on either side of the break as Chennaiyin FC recorded their first win at home this ISL season by beating FC Pune City 2-1 in a fifth round match on Saturday. It was Mendy who opened the scoring for the hosts with a header in the 33rd minute. Mendoza doubled the lead in the 48th. Kalu Uche (74) reduced the margin for the visitors. Manuele Blasi

  • Two scooterists hurt as car hits them

    Indore : Two scooter-borne youths were critically injured when a speeding car hit them at Redisson square Friday. A major portion of the car and scooter also was damaged in the accident. The police have registered a case and started an investigation into the matter.

  • Grand Kavi Sammelan organised at Singhana

    SINGHANA : An Akhil Bhartiya Virat Kavi Sammelan was organized under the auspices of Harsidhi Bhandara Samiti to mark the closing ceremony of Navratri festival at Harsidhi Mandir premises here on Friday. The noted poets recited their compositions of different genres that were enjoyed by the prominent guests along-with the audience.

  • State Minister Gopal Bhargava bereaved

    BHOPAL : Dr Pradhyumna Bhargava, senior ophthalmologist and younger brother of Panchayat and Rural Development Minister Gopal Bhargava, passed away on Thursday in Ujjain due to cardiac arrest.