Free Press Journal
  • ASI Nanawat elected assistant secretary

    Indore : Rajendra Nagawat, Assistant Sub-Inspector of Railway Protection Force (RPF) Indore unanimously elected assistant secretary of Western Railway Zonal Executive of All India Indian Railway Protection Force Association. The elections were held in Mumbai during the three-day annual convention of All India Railway Protection Force Association. The elections were in the presence of Association president SR Reddy and general secretary US Jha.

  • 4 held for murderous assault on journalist

    BHOPAL : The Crime Branch of the city police, on Tuesday, arrested four persons on the charge of trying to murder a journalist. The accused have been handed over to the MP Nagar Police.

  • NCW member hears cases of atrocities against women

    BHOPAL: Member of National Commission for Women, Sushma Sahu did hearing on Tuesday in cases related to family dispute, dowry-deaths, workplace harassment and domestic violence at District Legal Services Authority, Arera Hills, Bhopal. Sahu, taking instant action in the complaints, directed the officials concerned for the early disposal of the cases.

  • Constable charged with dowry harassment

    BHOPAL : The wife of a police constable has charged her husband with harassing her for dowry. The Koh-e-Fiza police have registered an FIR against him. According to police, Constable Sunil Chouhan is posted at Bhopal police lines and lives in C-17, police line located in Kamla Nagar area. He got married with Babita Chouhan on 16 April 2015.

  • Tamiflu tablets to be given to high-risk people

    BHOPAL : People at high-risk of contracting swine flue like children below 5 years of age, persons above 60, pregnant women, persons of metabolic disorder in the city have been recommended to be given tamiflu tablets to keep them on safer side.

  • Students faint in mass Surya Namaskar

    Sironj : Under the instructions given by the state government, a mass Surya Namaskar was organised in all the government and private schools on Tuesday. Similar programme was organised at Excellency Higher Secondary school in which SDM Rakesh Sharma, BEO Diwan Singh Baghel, principal Mohammad Shafique Khan, staff and all the students were doing the Surya Namaskar. During the programme, Nasir Gauri and Keshav of class ninth fell unconscious. They were immediately

  • Congress leader charged for raping maid’s son

    Jabalpur : Police registered a case under section 377 of IPC against former rural district Congress president Rupendra Patel for allegedly raping his maid’s son. According to the sources, the eight year old son of a maid who works at the house of Rupendra Patel told that Patel committed an unnatural act with him. Kotwali police has registered a case against him. Significantly, Rupendra was the Congress candidate for Panagar constituency in

  • Jan Jagarukta rally, mini-marathon held in Katni

    Katni : A Jan Jagarukta rally and mini marathon race was organised by the transportation department on the eve of Sadak Suraksha Saptah following the instructions given by the state government.

  • Mass Surya Namskar organised at RSBSC

    Nasrullaganj : Yuva Diwas was celebrated on the anniversary of Swami Vivekanad at Rai Sahab Bhanwar Singh College by its National Service Planning unit. On the occasion, a mass Surya Namaskar was organised by RSP under the guidance of Prof.

  • Students demand scholarships

    Sagar : The student of Swami Vivekanand University staged road block and demanded scholarship from the university on Tuesday. According to the sources, the students of B.Sc. agriculture of 2nd year and 3rd year demonstrated at the Mokronia area, demanding for scholarships.

  • SMTMC files its audit report before High Court

    Ujjain : Shri Mahakaleshwar Temple Management Committee (SMTMC) presented its audit report from year 2004 to 2010 before the Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Monday, on which January 25 was fixed as next date of hearing. Court had sought the detailed audit report of six years from SMTMC on a petition. Assistant temple administrator Priti Chauhan informed that committee has submitted the detail audit report on all the 133

  • 5 brand new cars gutted as container overturns

    Ratlam : Five new cars were gutted when a container carrying them caught fire as it fell into the Maleni River between the Ratlam-Jaora stretch on Ratlam-Neemuch road during wee hours on Tuesday. According to sources, the container was proceeding towards Haryana following Ratlam-Neemuch road and as it approached the Maleni river bridge it lost control and fell into the river.

  • DPS students take out candle march

    Kukshi : The students and staff members of Datahari Public School took out candle march to pay tributes to the martyrs of Pthankot terrorist attack here on Monday.

  • Labourer falls to death at brick kiln

    Ujjain: A young labourer died due to land collapse while working at brick kiln in village Mendiya located near Meghdoot Dhaba under Nanakheda police circle on Tuesday afternoon. Deceased has been identified as Jitendra Banjara (27) resident of village Dendia. Incident occurred when deceased Jitendra was working at the Kiln of Dharmendra Prajapat resident of village Tanodia, on Tuesday afternoon. Suddenly, land of the place got collapsed and the labourer Jitendra fell

  • EOW books former ST officer for amassing wealth illegally

    Indore : The Economic Offences Wing (EOW) has registered a criminal case against a former Sales Tax (ST) officer of Indore circle for accumulating wealth beyond the means of his known source of income by misusing powers vested in him during his tenure.

  • ‘Traffic’ goes haywire at Vijay Nagar circle as ‘signals’ shutdown

    Indore : On one hand the city Traffic Police is celebrating road safety week and on the other hand it is risking the life of citizens by ignoring the traffic signal shutdown, for the last 3 days, at one of the busiest circles of Indore. Traffic signals at Vijay Nagar circle are not functioning since Sunday morning. Traffic police and AiCTSL are unaware of the fault, while commuters are risking major accidents.

  • 4 cops including TI suspended

    Ujjain : SP MS Verma suspended 4 policemen including the TI of Birlagram with immediate effect on Tuesday. TI of Birlagram police station RK Singh, ASI Ramnath Bharti, constables Narayan Singh and Nanuram were suspended as they took action out of the State without the permission of senior officials.