Free Press Journal
  • Large scale corruption in Vaicharik Mahakumbh: RTI activist

    BHOPAL : A whooping amount of around Rs 25 crore was spent on organising ‘Vaicharik Mahakumbh and Rs 2 crore on food. The RTI activist sees criminal offence in the matter and he would file a case in the High Court.

  • Suicide of girl engg – student: Cops search call details, quiz friends

    BHOPAL: The cops are scouring mobile phone call detail record of a girl engineering student who committed suicide to ascertain what prompted her to take the extreme step. The father of the girl found her body hanging at BHEL Quarter in Barkheda under Govindpura police station on Saturday.

  • Fed up of being teased, sisters consume pesticide

    BHOPAL : Two sisters tried to commit suicide consuming insecticide at Magawantapa village in Begumganj tehsil in Raisen district. They have been referred to Hamidia Hospital, Bhopal. Police said the main reason behind the incident appears to be the girls were teased by a boy which led to rift between two families. The accused has been arrested.

  • Woman says harassment by father-in-law led to her killing daughters

    BHOPAL: The woman who killed her two daughters and later attempted suicide in Bikhiria, blamed her father-in-law for consistently pressurising his son (hubby) to abandon her with two daughters as she had undergone sterilization after six kids.

  • India Blue on top – Cheteshwar Pujara remains unbeaten on 256

    Greater Noida : Saurashtra batsman Cheteshwar Pujara remained unbeaten on 256 as India Blue declared their first innings for a monumental 693/6 against India Red on the second day on Sunday of the final of the Duleep Trophy cricket tournament.

  • Food dept raids city eateries, seizes 91 domestic LPG cylinders

    Ujjain : Department of food on Sunday raided several food joints and eateries in the city and seized domestic LPG cylinders. The raid was conducted on 68 spots simultaneously and total 91 domestic use LPG cylinders were confiscated during the raid.

  • ‘Bring back Gambhir’ chants ahead of team selection

    Greater Noida : Watching a domestic game at a nondescript centre in energy sapping conditions can be an ordeal but a small group of teenage girls were ready to beat the heat.

  • City witnesses grandeur of Teja Dashmi fest

    Ujjain : The city wore a festival look on Sunday as public thronged the temples of lord Teja and celebrated the occasion of Teja Dashmi with full zeal and enthusiasm. The devotees carrying Nishans (colourful umbrellas) took out the procession chanting folklores and dancing on the drum beats.

  • Dec CPI reading likely to be sub-4 pc: SBI Research

    New Delhi : Inflation trajectory may see a declining trend with December CPI reading likely to be sub 4 per cent largely due to good monsoon, says a report.

  • Two men killed in separate incidents

    Indore : A man died when the motorcycle he was on was hit by an unidentified vehicle on Saturday. The man was returning home from the city when the accident occurred.

  • Landlord arrested for harbouring criminal

    Indore : A landlord was arrested on Sunday for not informing police of tenants in his house. One of the tenants turned out to be a notorious criminal that the police were keeping under surveillance.

  • Macro-data to drive equity markets

    Mumbai : Key macro-economic data, coupled with trends in global indices and the pace of foreign funds inflow, are expected to drive the trajectory of the Indian equity markets during the upcoming week.

  • Harsiddhi Bhakt Mandal celebrates 43rd foundation day

    Ujjain: A series of programmes was organised on the occasion of celebration of 43rd foundation day of Harsiddhi Bhakt Mandal. The programme was conducted by Ramesh Dubey and KamleshTambi expressed gratitude.

  • Smart City Development work to start from Jan

    Indore : At present, Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) is bulldozing structures coming in the way of Smart City project. It will start developing infrastructure to make this city smart from January, 2017.

  • CBEC to be rechristened as CBIT under GST regime

    New Delhi:  Apex indirect tax body CBEC will be renamed as the Central Board of Indirect Tax (CBIT) once the new national tax framework kicks in from April 1 next year, as per the draft dealing in GST organisational structure prepared by the Centre.