Free Press Journal
  • Odd-even 2.0 Real test today

    New Delhi : The real test for the second phase of the odd-even scheme in the national capital will be on Monday,  the first working day since the road-rationing measure was rolled out in the city on April 15.

  • Police rescue abducted man, one arrested

    Indore :  Police rescued an abducted man within one-and-half hours of kidnapping and arrested a man in connection with the crime.

  • Temperature drop brings nominal respite from scorching heat

    BHOPAL :  It was a nominal relief from intense heat for the city denizens after day temperature reduced by two degree Celsius on Sunday. For the last two days, it was intense heat and heat wave like condition prevailing across the state paralysing normal life. But all of sudden, the temperature reduced, providing relief to people in the state.

  • Ban AYUSH docs practising allopathy, demands IMA-MP

    Indore :  The Indian Medical Association (IMA-MP Charter) has welcomed the decision of Delhi High Court for banning AYUSH (Ayurvedic, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy) practitioners from practising allopathy and said the decision would help tighten noose against quacks.

  • Sandhu rallies to third place

    Rio de Janeiro :  Manavjit Sandhu rallied to the third place after Day two of qualification in the Men’s Trap shooting event at the ongoing International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup.

  • Congress to launch stir to protest water crisis, govt insensitivity

    BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee is going to launch a 50-day mass movement named ‘Sukha, Peyjal Aur Kisan, Congress Ka Jal-Jan Abhiyaan’ against drought and drinkable water crisis across the state. The campaign would be launched from April 22 to June 15.

  • OIC wants India to act on Kashmir: Pak

    Islamabad : Pakistan on Sunday claimed that the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has called on India to implement UN resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir and expressed concern at the “violations of human rights” in the state.

  • Driver steals Rs 5 Lakh from employer

    Indore :  Driver of an employer embezzled Rs 5 lakh and fled the city. Police have registered a case in this regard and are investigating the matter.

  • Police arrest three for Rs 6L theft from ATM

    BHOPAL :  Police on Sunday arrested three employees of Writer Safeguard India Pvt Ltd, the firm which has been given contract to deposit cash in ATMs of the city banks, in connection with Canara bank ATM theft on Saturday. The trio stole a huge amount of Rs 6.80 lakh the bank’s ATM. Police have recovered Rs 2.14 lakh and the accused had deposited rest of the money in ICIC Bank ATM.

  • Sarpanch booked for eve teasing

    BHOPAL: The Parvalia Police on Sunday registered a case of eve teasing against Tara Sewaniya village Panchayat Sarpanch Hirdesh Meena after a teenaged girl lodged a complaint against him. The accused Sarpanch has not been arrested so far.

  • Naxalites kill school student in Balaghat

    BHOPAL :  The Naxalites killed a teenaged school boy on suspicion of being a police informer in Navi forest area of Pathari Police Chowky under Malajhkhand police station in Balaghat district. Police recovered the body on early Sunday morning from Navi forest areas. He was kidnapped on Saturday night.

  • AiCTSL installing GPS in school buses

    Indore :  Atal Indore City Transport Services Limited (AiCTSL) has decided to install GPS in school buses borrowed for Simhastha duty.

  • Laxmikant showcases his clout in religious function

    BHOPAL :  Former Minister Laxmikant Sharma, who spent one and half years in jail for his alleged involvement in Vyapam scam, made the government and the BJP organisation realise his clout in a function organised in Mahamai Temple of Sironj. A ‘Bhandara’ (mass-feast) was organised in the said Temple on conclusion of Navratri festival. The feast was attended by people from Seronj, Lateri and Vidisha in large numbers.

  • Truck laden with fire-crackers seized

    Indore :  The Bhawarkuwa police seized huge quantities of illegally stored fire-crackers on Saturday night. The raid was conducted following a tip-off that a truck loaded with fire-crackers was parked on Ring Road.

  • Rafale deal: French team to visit India next month

    New Delhi : A high-level team from France is expected to arrive here next month to firm up the order for the purchase of 36 Rafale fighter aircraft by India as both countries have managed to narrow down their differences over pricing.

  • Cruz blanks front-runner Trump in GOP convention

    Cheyenne (Wyoming) :  Ted Cruz won all 14 delegates in the Wyoming State Republican convention, a morale-boosting victory for the Texas senator against the controversial presidential front-runner Donald Trump ahead of Tuesday’s crucial New York primary, reports PTI.

  • Railway line till Tehi to be completed in four months

    Indore :  Exporters from Pithampur will have to wait for another four months to send their containers directly from Pithampur to Jawarhlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT) or Mundra port in Gujarat.