Free Press Journal
  • Bank official caught  taking Rs 2000 bribe

    Indore : A bank official was caught red-handed by the Indore Lok Ayukta police while accepting an amount of Rs 2000 as bribe. The accused had sought the bribe to help out a loan defaulter in settling the case.

  • I don’t live in past: Shahid ahead of India match

    Kolkata : Not ready to dwell on the past, Pakistan skipper Shahid Afridi says the moral-boosting win over Bangladesh will hold them in good stead when they clash with arch-rivals India in their crucial ICC World Twenty20 match at the Eden Gardens here on Saturday.

  • Congress walkout over staff strike, delay in hike in MLA salary

    BHOPAL : Congress on Wednesday staged walkout on the issue of ongoing strike of employees of various cadres in the state and on deferring of salary hike of MLAs. Deputy Leader of Opposition Bala Bachan during Zero Hour demanded debate on his adjournment motion on strike of contractual employees.

  • Kids back home still ‘missing’ for Child Helpline

    BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh Commission for Protection of Child Rights (MPCPCR), Chairman Dr Raghavendra Sharma conducted a surprise inspection of Child Helpline 1098 and juvenile police unit on Wednesday. He found two children, who had gone missing from TT Nagar and Berasia Police Station areas in the district were still listed as ‘missing’ in the Child Helpline record.

  • This Singh is real King!

    Jaipur : Lt Col Sumer Singh, a retired decorated soldier, who fought in the Second World War, who also witnessed action during the 1948 and 1965 war against Pakistan was felicitated by ex-servicemen on his 100th Birthday on Tuesday here.

  • Man gets life term for abetting suicide of wfie

    Indore : A man was sentenced to life imprisonment by a local court here for abetment of his wife’s suicide, a year after their love marriage.

  • Get ready to take medicine that you give others: Sunny

    New Delhi : Former captain Sunil Gavaskar feels India got a taste of their own medicine in the World Twenty20 loss to New Zealand and the hosts should be prepared to handle quality spin if they want to dish out rank turners for their rivals.

  • Kiwis spin strategy paid off well: Dale Steyn

    Mumbai : South Africa veteran pacer Dale Steyn on Wednesday said that New Zealand’s decision to play three spinners against India in the World Twenty20 opener on Tuesday paid off well as the Black Caps scripted a stunning 47-run victory over the hosts in Nagpur.

  • ‘Govt making only colonies ‘Smart’; aiding builders

     BHOPAL: The Congress MLAs flayed the state government for converting the Smart City project as into ‘Smart Mohall project’ while the BJP members praised the state government for bringing development to the cities and towns of the state.

  • Revenge

    Indian Wells : Rafael Nadal saved five set points to finish off a two-set victory over Fernando Verdasco 6-0, 7-6 (11-9) in the third round at Indian Wells.

  • DSP booked for using fake caste certificate to get job

    BHOPAL : A case has been filed against the DSP rank officer in Vidisha district for obtaining  job through fake caste certificate. The Anandpur police station has registered the case against DSP Madan Meena on Tuesday late evening.

  • Officials from Indian Oil Corporation, Oil India Limited and Bharat PetroResources Limited sign definitive agreements to acquire participatory shares representing 29.9% of the charter capital of LLC “TYNGD”, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Rosneft Oil Company in the presence of Dharmendra Pradhan, MoS (I/c), MoP&NG, K.D. Tripathi, Secretary, MoP&NG and B. Ashok, Chairman, IndianOil

    Indian oil cos sign pacts to buy stakes in 2 Russian oil fields

    New Delhi : A consortium of Indian Oil Corp Ltd, Oil India Ltd and Bharat PetroResources Ltd today signed a share purchase agreement for 29.9% stake in Taas-Yuriakh field from Russia’s national oil company Rosneft. Bharat Petro Resources is the upstream arm of Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd.

  • Nobody can claim to be better devotee than the other: SC

    New Delhi : Nobody can claim to be a better devotee than the other, the Supreme Court on Wednesday said as it directed for determination of entry and exits gates for people and fixing of barricades within two weeks for the famous Kalkaji Mandir here to thwart any danger of stampede. A bench headed by Justice Dipak Misra said entry or exist gates should be appropriately barricaded so that the devotees remain in

  • ADM: Seize property of badminton association

    Indore : After cancellation of registration of the MP Badminton Association, Jabalpur by the Assistant Director, Firms and Society on March 9, the property of the association located in the city was seized on Wednesday.