Free Press Journal
  • HSBC India

    HSBC appoints Ravi Menon as CEO of Indian asset mgmt arm

    Mumbai: HSBC has appointed Ravi Menon as the chief executive of its asset management arm in the country, after the elevation of Puneet Chaddha as business head for South East Asia. Menon, who joined the group in 1998, currently serves as the head of strategy and planning for HSBC India and was appointed as a director on the board of HSBC Asset Management India last year, HSBC said in a statement.

  • Karnataka CM ‘slaps official, later denies it

     Bengaluru : Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah waded himself into a major controversy when he was caught on camera slapping the Bellari Municipal Commissioner P G Ramesh in full public view.

  • CM moots 8-hr working day, weekly offs for policemen

    BHOPAL : The chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has said that every policeman should get a weekly off, should not work for more than eight hours and their children should get quality education.

  • Suspense continues as Raj Bhawan silent on V-C search panel

    Indore : Three days have passed for the V-C search panel’s term to get over but there is no clue from Raj Bhawan on whether it has been given extension or decision has been taken for formation of new panel.

  • Bhopal man held for duping women

    Indore : Police have arrested a Bhopal-based man, who duped a number of women and relieved them of cash and jewellery by promising marriage. The man has been identified as Ram Nayadu and he has been booked under various sections of the IPC.

  • Free Press painting competition today

    Indore : Free Press and DHL Infrabulls in association with Decathlon will organise a painting competition in Free Press Office, Press Complex on Sunday. Students of Classes I to XII are invited to take part in the competition and win attractive prizes. There is no entry fee for participation.

  • Bhopal Municipal Corporation razes 100-plus shops, kiosks around Rly Station

    BHOPAL : The BMC kicked off a major anti-encroachment drive on Saturday. BMC anti-encroachment squad, aided by the police and the district administration, removed over 100 shops, kiosks, sheds and eateries from Alpana Tri-section to the road leading toward Platform number six of Bhopal Railway station on Saturday.

  • Boy found murdered at Vijay Nagar

    Indore : Police have recovered a boy’s body near SICA School, Scheme No 78 in Vijay Nagar, on Saturday morning. The killers had smashed the victm’s face with a heavy stone.

  • Digvijaya laments Sangh Parivar for playing communal card

    Ujjain : All India Congress Committee (AICC) general secretary and former CM Digvijaya Singh here on Saturday accused the BJP and Sangh Pariwar for being indulged in disturbing the peace and tranquillity.

  • Mercury plummets sharply, dense fog reduces visibility to 50 metres

    BHOPAL : There was a sharp drop of 5°C in day temperature in the state capital on Saturday. Besides, the visibility dropped from 4,000 meter to 50 meter in the city due to dense fog. Pachamrhi, Shivpuri, Datia recorded 7°C. The dense fog has disrupted air traffic as many morning flights were delayed.

  • NSUI office-bearers run behind Diggy for selfie; 29 suspended

    Indore : State unit of the National Student Union of India (NSUI) on Saturday suspended as many as 29 office bearers, most of whom had left a meeting mid-stream to take selfies with AICC general secretary Digvijay Singh in Bhopal on Friday.

  • CMAT today, centres at four cities in State

    Indore : Maiden yearly common management admission test (CMAT), which is a gateway to MBA course offered by nearly 400 odd b-schools in the country, would be held on Sunday.

  • Police nab three in Indira Nagar shooting

    Ujjain : Chimanganj Mandi police has nabbed three accused in the Indira Nagar shoot out that occurred here on Friday.

  • Hardenia to be part of Employees Association

    Ujjain : JP Hardenia has been retired, but they would be a part of Employees Association. He will give active participation in the Association so that employees can seek his guidance to fight for their rights.

  • House burgled, booty worth Rs 2-L stolen

    Indore : Thieves broke into an unoccupied house in Aerodrome area and decamped with booty worth lakhs. Police have registered a case and are investigating further.

  • Man suffers harassment from woman

    Ujjain : In a shocking incident a villagers has lodged complaint to the Ghatiya police against a woman who clicked a pictures with him obscene positions, forcefully.