Free Press Journal
  • Engg girl abduction bid: Accused sent to jail

    BHOPAL : The three-day remand of 45-year-old auto-rickshaw driver who tried to kidnap and sexually assault the 21-year-old engineering student on Thursday ended on Tuesday. Police had asked for four more days of police remand but the court turned down the plea and sent him on judicial remand following which he was sent to jail.

  • Mark Zuckerberg starts tour with Taj visit

    New Delhi : Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday began his trip to India with a visit to the Taj Mahal in Agra and described it as “even more stunning” than he had expected. Zuckerberg, who arrived in India to deepen links with a country that is home to the largest number of Facebook users outside the US, said he had “always wanted to see” the Taj Mahal. “I’m in India for our Townhall Q&A

  • Rly Chief Commercial Managers meet in city

    BHOPAL : A two-day ‘All India Railways Chief Commercial Managers (CCMs) Conference’ was organised on Tuesday here. Member, Traffic, Railway Board, Kundan Sinha presided over the meeting.

  • Woman’s purse with Rs 7K disappears from shop

    BHOPAL : Unidentified miscreants stole the purse of a magistrate’s sister while she was shopping at a garment shop located at Ashoka Garden area; police said on Tuesday.

  • Cell phone snatched from pedestrian

    BHOPAL : A 22-year-old engineering student was robbed of his mobile phone by two bike-borne miscreants in front of ISBT within the limits of Govindpura police station when he was heading towards his home on foot and was talking on his mobile on Monday night.

  • Officials should give attention towards farmers’ problems: Banerjee

    MORENA : Officers are not paying attention towards farmers like CM. It seemed in Kailashram division. Where ADG Sushobhan Banerjee were listening the problems of farmers at the same time SDM of Sabalgardh Ajay Katesaria and Tehsildar Sarvesh Yadavwere busy in watching pictures of girls in mobile. CM told earlier to officers of ADG level to access the damage crops.

  • Dist In-charge Minister meets villagers

    NASRULLAGANJ : District Minister-in-charge reached to villagers and understood their problems. He also discussed about next rabi crops. He talks about the solution of   electricity and fertilizer shortage. Talking on draught situation he said that relief and will be transferred soon. He also instructed the officers to work fast.

  • CS DeSa meets farmers & talks about crops’ damage

    HOSHANGABAD : Chief Secretary Antony DeSa visited Gurari, Pausra, Dhansari, Paali and Thuthadehlawada village of Piparia development block on Monday. Antony meet with the villagers of these area and talked about the damage of crops.

  • Group clash over old disputes

    JABALPUR : In Sadar Bag locality of Jabalpur, a situation of conflict raised again in matter of old dispute. One group blamed other for threatening and splitting cloths.

  • Four hours relaxation in curfew, Khargone returning to normal

    KHARGONE : Situation in Khargone city is returning to fast normal as administration has given four hours relaxation ( from 10 AM to 2 PM ) to the all citizens on Tuesday. Fort the first time in last five days, men citizens came out from their houses to purchase daily needs.

  • BJP has given up, says Nitish Kumar

    Patna : Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has said that the BJP’s top leadership has already accepted defeat in the forthcoming assembly elections.”Or else why would they start claiming that this election is not a referendum on the performance of the Modi Sardar,” he told this correspondent here this evening. Relaxing after a gruelling campaign day that gave him a sore throat, Kumar refuted the contention of the BJP leadership that this election cannot

  • Collector instructs to open all PDS Shops regularly

    SHAHDOL : Collector Mukesh Shukla instructed the officers of Food and Public Distribution department to remain open all the shops of Public Distribution System. He also instructed concerning officers to survey about the people those who are not getting benefit of Food Security Act.

  • Complaints registered against six for ransacking hospital

    DHAR : On being informed by a ward boy of the district hospital, the police registered cases under relevant sections against six persons for allegedly ransacking the hospital.

  • Juna Akhada looking for land for Dharmdhwaja

    Ujjain : Juna Akhada is looking for land piece for hoisting the Dharmdhwaja during the Simhastha Fair 2016. Recently the Juna Akhada had demanded the mela administration for a new land piece for hoisting the Dharma Dhwaja during the Simhastha Fair. General Secretary of Akhil Bharatiya Akhada Parishad (ABAP), Swami Hari Giriji had put forward the demand to the Collector on Monday. The mela administration had arranged a Patwari to guide the

  • Woman, son thrashed by four miscreants

    Indore : Four miscreants thrashed a woman and her son and also opened fire in the air to terrify them in Vikas Nagar area on Monday night. Police have registered a case against the accused.

  • Voting

    BJP losing confidence on sweeping KDMC elections

    Mumbai : The BJP appears to have accepted the fact that it won’t be able to seize power at the Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation elections on its own.

  • Uddhav attacks Modi, says people’s ‘Mann ki Baat’ more important

    Mumbai : Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray launched a scathing attack on the ally BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing an election rally for KDMC election on Tuesday. “It is not enough to be able to speak out the ‘Mann Ki Baat’ but a true leader needs to understand what people have in their mind,” Thackeray said at his rally in Dombivli.

  • The site of the crime in Sai Seva Society in Evershine City, Vasai East.

    Man hammers live-in partner to death, stabs her son in Vasai

    Palghar : A man killed his live-in partner by hammering her to death and also killed her 12-year old son by stabbing him multiple times on Monday night in Evershine City, Vasai East. Surprisingly, the victim’s husband used to share this rented apartment with her live-in partner and no one had any qualms about it. The accused used to live with his two children, a boy and a girl, with the victim, though

  • Vikhroli cylinder blast claims one more member of Chauhan family

    Mumbai : The death toll in Vikhroli Parksite rose again on Tuesday after one more person succumbed to burn injuries. Vimal Chauhan (50), who had suffered around 80% burns in the cylinder blast, succumbed to her injuries at the civic-run Kasturba Hospital on Tuesday morning.