Free Press Journal
  • Idol, valuables stolen from Jain temple

    Indore : Unidentified men entered a Jain temple located in a residential area near Gomatgiri and stole the idol along with other items valuing over Rs 5 lakh. The CCTV cameras captured two men but they had their faces covered making identification difficult. Police have registered a case and are investigating the matter.

  • No minister of participating countries in inauguration of BRICS convention

    BHOPAL : The hype created over BRICS convention on tourism at Khajuraho for past three months has turned out insignificant on the inaugural day of the event. No tourism minister from the participating countries namely Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, is attending this convention. Union minister for tourism Mahesh Sharma, who did immense publicity over formal inaugural of this convention, was also not present.With no minister from the participating countries

  • Indian Oil to add 24 mn tonnes refining capacity

    In a span of five to six years, the petroleum company, IndianOil will be adding almost 24 million tonnes of refining capacity, through brown field expansions in its refineries across the country. This expansion will go hand in hand with their existing projects.

  • The Retirement day

    “I was very touched, I was  enjoying every second. It was a great honor to play for Germany and you fans.” Bastian Schweinsteiger.

  • Links of Top ‘N’ Town Group with Hawala unearthed

    BHOPAL : The third day of raids by income tax (I-T) department against Top ‘N’ Town Group resulted into a major disclosure on Thursday. I-T sleuths found the Group’s connections with Hamidia road based Hawala businessman Amit Tharani. Raids have been conducted on the basis of documents recovered from the establishments of Top ‘N’ Town at Tharani’s place too. A sum of Rs 37 lakh has been seized from Tharani’s office and

  • Timing of Indore-Mhow trains changed

    Indore : Timetable of four Indore-Mhow-Indore trains will change from October 1. According to official information, train No 79313 and 79315 Indore-Mhow will depart from Indore railway station at 7.40 am and 10 am and will reach Mhow at 8.35 am and 10.55 am respectively.

  • Felipe Massa to call it a day

    Oxfordshire : Team Williams driver Felipe Massa announced on Thursday he will retire from Formula One at the end of the season.

  • Complaint filed with Lok Ayukta against chancellor, four others

    Indore : Former RGPV executive council member Ajay Chordia has lodged a complaint with Lok Ayukta police against chancellor Ram Naresh Yadav and four others alleging irregularities in appointment of vice chancellor (VC) at Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV).

  • Organisational secretary prevails over CM, Union minister Narendra Singh Tomar

    BHOPAL : The newly-appointed BJP organisational secretary Atul Rai, who is from RSS background, is dominating chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Union minister Narendra Singh Tomar on the appointment of state president of the BJP Yuva Morcha. Chouhan and Tomar had finalised Abhilash Pandey, who is currently state general secretary of the Morcha, but Rai got his appointment stopped.

  • 2 petrol pump robbery attempts foiled, 10 arrested

    Indore : As many as 10 persons were arrested while planning an armed robbery from two separate places in the city and a cache of weapons were seized from their possession. The arrested men have been booked under various sections of the IPC and are being questioned by the police.

  • Bus driver nabbed while fleeing accident scene

    Indore : A suburban bus knocked down a motorcycle rider on Thursday. The injured rider has been admitted to a hospital where he is undergoing treatment.

  • India Red enter final after fourth day’s play gets called off

    Greater Noida : India Red entered the final of the Duleep Trophy after the rain-affected game against India Blue ended in a draw with entire fourth day’s play being washed out due to inclement weather and wet outfield.

  • Uzbek woman awarded 10 months jail term for stay without VISA

    BHOPAL : The district and sessions court on Thursday awarded 10 month imprisonment to Uzbekistan citizen woman Djuraeva Barno, 35, for staying in India even without a valid VISA. She was in jail in Bhopal since December 2015 on charges of illegal entry in the country.

  • Cattle squatting on roads are an open invitation for accidents

    Stray cattle roaming around or squatting on roads are a menace and cause of accidents. For the callous cattle owners it is convenient to let go of their cattle so that they can forage for food but for those who end up meeting with an accident due to these stray cattle it is quite a traumatic experience. RITIKA RAM and RUPAL SINGH talk to a cross section of people to gauge their

  • MP teachers feel nearly half of students disinclined to learning

    BHOPAL : With the Teachers’ Day close on heels, the teaching community has collectively voiced their opinion on the current engagement level of Indian students and also identified the critical enablers to enhance student engagement through the fourth edition of Pearson Voice of Teacher Survey, 2016. In Madhya Pradesh, teachers feel that 47% students are not actively engaged in learning.

  • Djokovic into US Open 3rd round without hitting a ball

    New York : Defending champion Novak Djokovic reached the third round of a major for the 33rd successive time without hitting a ball when his scheduled opponent pulled out with an injury.