Free Press Journal
  • Gwalior, Khajuraho boil at 46.3°C, Bhopal bakes at 45.3°C

    BHOPAL/ Indore : Normal life was thrown out of gear in parts of Madhya Pradesh as the state continued to sizzle under extreme heat conditions with Gwalior and Khajuraho being the hottest at 46.4 degrees Celsius. At many places including Hoshangabad, Naugaon, Datia and Sheopurkalan the mercury touched the 46°C mark.

  • Kanha Rave Party – Cops to substantiate case with firm evidence against bigwigs

    BHOPAL : A day after top builders, professional college directors and other influential people were caught red-handed in obscene act with Mumbai Bar girls at a rave party from Kanha Fun City Water Park, police are trying to gather firm evidences from footages of Closed Circuit Television Camera (CCTV) installed there.

  • Massive fire chars saint Chandra Hans’s camp

    Ujjain :  A massive fire broke out at the camp of the Saint Chandra Hans Mahraj of Mathura located at Piplinaka in the Simhastha fair area, here on Wednesday evening. Goods worth rupees 12 lakh including mobile phones of the devotees of the saint gutted in the fire accident.

  • Class 10 student commits suicide

    BHOPAL : A sixteen-year-old student of Class 10 committed suicide by consuming some poisonous substance at his house in Hinotiya Sadak within the limits of Gunga police station. According to police sources, the deceased has been identified as Hemant Nagar, 16, a resident of Hinotiya Sadak village.

  • 15 IFS officers reshuffled

    BHOPAL : The state government transferred as many as 15 Indian Forest Service (IFS) officers on Wednesday. Abhay Kumar Jain, additional principal chief forest conservator (APCFC) (CAMPA), office of principal chief forest conservator (PCCF), Bhopal has been posted as APCFC (human resource development), Bhopal, Bhanu Prakash Gupta, APCFC, MP state forest development corporation, Bhopal as APCFC, CAMPA office, Bhopal, Bharat Kumar Sharma, APCFC (CAMPA), Bhopal as APCFC, MP state forest development corporation,

  • Free Press Cycling Initiative – Father-daughter bond blossoms with cycling

    Indore :  Cycling culture is growing in the city, as people are cycling to their offices to save fuel and environment. It is also making them healthier and active. Now, they spend more time outdoors engaging in sports and fitness activities with their family members.

  • Three more Russian weightlifters suspended

    Moscow :  Three Russian weightlifters were issued suspensions of up to eight years after they were found guilty of performance enhancing drugs abuse, a senior official with the Russian Weightlifting Federation (RWF) has said.

  • Two more arrested, computers, SIM cards seized

    BHOPAL : The cyber police have arrested two more racketeers and seized electronic equipment in connection with the cheating with a Merchant Navy commander. They had taken Rs 8 lakh to provide him job in a Singapore-based shipping company.

  • High pollution level irks Simhastha pilgrims

    Ujjain :  Thousands of pilgrims are thronging the city in the culminating days of Simhastha Mahakumbh to be greeted by clouds of dust and smoke present in the atmosphere. The smoke emitted by the large number of vehicles on the routes of mela premises has hiked the level of pollution in the city.

  • Tiger safaris in Pench, Bandhavgarh illegal: NTCA

    BHOPAL : The National Tiger Conversation Authority has reiterated that the Tiger Safari in Pench and the one proposed to be built in Bandhavgarh was illegal as the government had not sought mandatory permission of National Zoo Authority.

  • Karan’s heroics in Ghatkopar Jets win

    Mumbai : Ghatkopar Jets, thanks to Karan Nandey’s heroics saw them getting the better of Bandra Heroes by 61 runs to sail into the final of the Double leg-League here at Police Gymkhana ground, here on Tuesday.

  • Once upon a time there was Pipliyahana Lake

    Indore :  Once Pipliyahana Lake was perennial water body and people used to get water throughout the year. It was also main source of groundwater in the area. But, the current situation tells a different story about the lake. Now, it keeps water for only 4 to 5 months after rains.

  • Drink 6-7 litres of water; avoid exposure to Sun

    BHOPAL : Doctors have suggested people to increase the daily water -intake up to 6 liter to 7 litres per day and avoid exposure to intense heat particularly from 11.00 am to 4.00 pm for protection from heat wave.

  • CM visits PPM hosp, praises services

    Ujjain : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Wednesday visited the free of cost super speciality hospital run by Prakhar Paropkar Mission (PPM) at Bhukhi Mata sector. He praised the services being rendered to the pilgrims at the hospital by the staff under the guidance of Mahamandleshwar Prakhar Maharaj.

  • Youth held for harassing girl

    Indore :  We Care for You Cell officials nabbed a youth who was harassing a girl by sending her obscene messages and calling her at odd times.

  • Sanawad-Khandwa section braod gauge work begins

    Indore :  Gauge conversion work of 54-km-long Sanawad-Khandwa section, a part of mega Indore-Khandwa gauge conversion project, began on May 12.

  • Vehicle thief held

    Indore :  A notorious vehicle thief was nabbed by a team from Heera Nagar police station area on Wednesday. The team also recovered stolen vehicles worth lakhs from his possession.