Free Press Journal
  • Colourful progs mark Round Square Conference conclusion

    Indore : The week-long Round Square Conference concluded in Daly College (DC) on Saturday. Foregin students, delegates and Round Square Conference participants attended the closing ceremony.

  • NGT fines petitioner of Rs 14L for providing false info

    Nemawar : National Green Tribunal (NGT) central bench, Bhopal here on Saturday ordered a petitioner to pay a fine of Rs 14 lakh for providing false information in a sand mining related case. It also ordered to file a criminal case against the individual in Supreme Court regarding the same.

  • 2 youths die, 1 critical in road mishap

    Dharampuri : Two youths died and one seriously injured in an accident on the Dharampuri-Manawar Road here on Friday evening. The injured youth was referred to Indore.

  • 1 dies, 1 seriously injured in mishap

    Petlabad : An employee of a local Hero Honda showroom died in an accident here on Saturday while one of his colleagues was seriously injured.

  • Clicking selfies takes girl’s life

    Tarannum Ansari falls into water while posing and clicking pictures on rocks at Bandra Bandstand

  • Campus push to temple issue

    Swamy kicks off Ram Mandir seminar at DU, says nothing will be done forcibly in the matter.

  • Even Sonia won’t refuse: VHP

    New Delhi : Backing Swamy’s claim that former PM Rajiv Gandhi had backed the idea of building a Ram Mandir at Ayodhya, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) said  Congress president Sonia Gandhi would be “the last person to oppose” it. Its joint general secretary and spokesman Surendra Jain urged her to “honour” the “wish” of her late husband, reminding her of oft-repeated declaration to fulfill her husband”s dreams. “After all, Rajiv Gandhi allowed the Shilanyas

  • Revamp of Censors: Benegal gets 2 mths

    Mumbai : The Shyam Benegal committee, formed by the Centre to look into the revamp of Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), on Saturday met Information and Broadcasting Minister Arun Jaitley here and discussed the possible changes in guidelines for clearing movies. “The crux of the meeting with the Minister today was how the committee would function and work on what the guidelines and policies should be like of the Censor Board while clearing

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    Netaji’s clothes were on fire, says co-flyer

     London : A British website, set up to catalogue the last days of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, has released what it claims are eyewitness accounts of the day he was reportedly killed in a plane crash in Taiwan on August 18, 1945 The latest set of documents quote several people who were reportedly involved in the matter related to the accident as well as two British intelligence reports that revisited the crash site to

  • Minor girl raped during function of Dadar school

    Mumbai : In a shocking incident, a minor was sexually assaulted inside the premises of the school where she studied. The incident occurred on Friday night in a prominent school in Dadar. The police have arrested a 20-year-old identified as Somnath Yadav, an employee of a catering company that had leased out the school’s cultural hall. Yadav alongwith three other youngsters stayed in the hall and sometimes managed the school canteen too.

  • Youth held for creating girl’s fake FB profile

    Indore : A 30-year-old engineering student was detained by ‘We Care For You’ cell on Saturday for troubling a girl by creating her fake profile on facebook and uploading obscene photos and messages.

  • I am here because of Sports: Gehlot

    Nagda: During the inauguration of two days athletics competition in the district, Minister of social justice and empowerment, Thawarchand Gehlot said that I am here because of sports; I present myself at the national level in the sports field. He said this year the step of presenting a ranger cycle in the competition is very good by the administration, this encourage the youth and people to take part in sports.

  • MYH superintendent wants to quit the post

    Indore : Superintendent of MY Hospital Dr AD Bhatnagar dashed off a letter to Director of Medical Education (DME) to release him from the responsibility of the hospital.

  • RTO’s mini marathon today

    Indore: For spreading awareness among people over increasing pollution, the Road Transport Department is organising a ‘Mini Marathon’ on Sunday. The marathon will start from Meghdoot Garden at 8 am.

  • Investment of one MLA traced in I-T action

    Indore : The search action of sleuths’ of the Investigation Wing of the Income Tax Department against one of biggest liquor baron of the state Shivhares’ and Harminder Singh Bhatia alias Pintu have reveled shocking link of liquor mafia and politician. The Sleuths traced investment made by one MLA in the business of them. The officers have also traced documents of showing systematic payment of bribes to officers of police and Excise

  • Kesarbagh bridge to open sans street lights

    Indore: The work of Kesarbagh railway under-bridge is almost completed and it is set to open without street lights soon. The fitting of street lights is under the IDA for which they have floated a tender. The approach road for this under-bridge is also constructed by the IDA.

  • Ek Ummeed organises debate contest on traffic rules

    Indore : Ek Ummeed organised an inter-school debate competition for CBSE schools at Guru Harkrishan Public School on Saturday. Twenty students from 10 schools participated in the competition to put forward their views on the topic “Following traffic rules is the sole responsibility of the general public.”

  • Retd DSP sells same house to doc, 2 others; booked for forgery

    BHOPAL : The Misrod police, on Saturday, registered a case of forgery against a retired DSP of CRPF, his wife, son and others for selling the same house to a GMC doctor and many others without registering the sale deed and getting multiple bank loans sanctioned on the same property.

  • Girl hangs self accidentally

    BHOPAL: A seventeen-year-old girl accidentally hung self while swinging in Gandhi Magar area. Her parents were out on work when the accident took place.