Free Press Journal
  • MY child lifting case: 5 held

    Indore : The police, on Monday, arrested five persons, including three women and a girl for stealing and selling a baby boy to a childless couple for Rs 1 lakh. The police received information about selling of the child and raided a house in Lahia Colony and recovered the boy. They also arrested the couple was identified as Ravi and Vaishali Aalekar.

  • Employees create ruckus following waiter’s death

    Indore : Following his mysterious death, colleagues of a man employed as waiter in a hotel created ruckus holding the hotel management responsible for his death. The colleagues alleged that he was not given sick leave despite not keeping well which resulted in his death.

  • PM orders probe into 500 offshore Panama accounts

    New Delhi : The Panama Papers – a list of offshore accounts that have been divulged in what is being described as “the world’s biggest leak”—have sent shock waves among the rich and powerful across several countries, including at least 500 Indians.

  • Posters pasted in MY to create awareness

    Indore : Concerned over increasing incidents of baby lifting in MY Hospital, the hospital administration has decided to paste posters on walls of the hospital to make people aware about child lifting etc.

  • Man rapes sister-in-law

    Indore : A man raped his newly married sister-in-law with the help of his wife and threats. Fear made the victim not report the matter to anyone but narrated her ordeal to her parents when she visited them. After consultation, a complaint was filed with the police and search is now on for the accused.

  • Aishwarya Rai

    Panama Leaks: Big B silent, Aishwarya Rai in denial

    Among celebrities who have offshore accounts in Panama are actor Jackie Chan and Barcelona footballer Lionel Messi. Two prominent Indian names doing the rounds were that of Amitabh Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai. Rai was director and shareholder of an offshore company, along with members of her family, before it is thought to have been wound up in 2008, according to the documents in possession of Indian Express.

  • BJP luring Cong MLAs with money power: Rawat

    Dehradun : Deposed Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat on Monday accused BJP’s central leadership of luring Congress MLAs with its money power and asked people interested in the welfare of the state to come forward to “save democracy”.

  • Come session, college students can submit fee online

    Indore : The Department of Higher Education is now gearing up for fee submission in colleges online nearly four years after making admission process online. If officer of the DHE are to be believed, the new system would be implemented from 2016-17 session.

  • Slugfest is still on

    WICB hits back, offers olive branch as Bravo echoes Sammy,

  • Novak Djokovic all the way!

    World No. 1 Novak Djokovic now has more titles than Nadal and more prize money than Federer.

  • Mumbai agency to transport Kamga’s body to Cameroon

    Indore : A Mumbai-based agency would transport body of Cameroon-based research scholar Desiree Kamga, who had come to the DAVV to pursue a sandwich programme but died during treatment here, to her country.

  • State cabinet expansion likely next month

    Mumbai : Probable expansion of the state cabinet has started making rounds in the political circles once again with BJP insiders saying that after a nod from the party high command both Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and state Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Raosaheb Danve have finally started preparations for the cabinet expansion.

  • Review of red carpet to Chinese investors likely?

    New Delhi : The security establishment is considering a review of the liberalised investment regime being offered to Chinese investors after Beijing snubbed India by blocking its latest bid to have JeM chief Masood Azhar designated terrorist by the United Nations.