Free Press Journal
  • Indian-American doc charged with $9.5 million fraud

    Washington : A 48-year-old Indian-American doctor in Alabama has been charged with a health care fraud of $ 9.5 million through illegally conducted tests, and prescribing controlled substances for illegitimate purposes.

  • UK police probe Pippa’s photo hack

    London :  Scotland Yard is investigating hacking claims of Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton sister’s iCloud account that contained private photographs, including that of Prince George and Princess Charlotte, reports PTI.  ‘The Sun’ newspaper reported that it was offered the images of the British royal family by someone asking for £ 50,000 within 48 hours.

  • Comics

    10 nostalgia comic list for every 90s kid!

    September 25th is celebrated as the national comic book day in the US. Though India doesn’t have any such day it has a huge collection of comic list that had entertained and made us wiser at the same time.

  • 10 killed, 18 hurt in accident on Ujjain-Dewas road

    Ujjain : In a horrible accident took place in the wee hours on Ujjain-Dewas road, as many as 10 persons lost their lives on the spot and 18 other sustained severe injuries, on Saturday. A speeding truck badly collided head on to a bolero carrying 30 persons.

  • Congress corporators protest over consumer tax

    Ujjain : A delegation of Congress corporators raised protest against the imposition of consumer tax and handed over a memorandum to Mayor Meena Jonwal and Commissioner of Municipal Corporation (CMC) Ashish Singh, on Saturday.

  • City TT players to represent MP in National C’ship

    Ujjain : The senior team of Ujjain Division earned a victory on Indore Division team in State level school competition played in Gwalior. Indore division team was defeated by 3-2. Shivam Soanki and Shwtang Gupta of senior group and Himanshu Jain of sub junior group was selected for national level school table tennis competition Delhi.

  • Busy Maharani Road, where parking is an uphill task

    Indore : Parking problem on Maharani Road is as worse as elsewhere. Situation becomes critical in the afternoon when the school located in the area gets off and students make beeline for buses parked on the road. Add to the mess are commercial establishments with no parking space and you really have a problem on your hands to resolve.

  • 5 MNREGS projects to be approved for each village

    Ujjain : Additional Chief Secretary (ACS) of Panchayat & Rural Development, RS Julania chaired a review meeting on Saturday and directed that 5 projects will be launched at each village under MNREGS. He also asked to build a pond and a Kapil Dhara well at each village panchayat mandatorily.

  • Dewas News in Short

    3 injured as trucks collide on A-B Road

    Dewas : Three people were critically injured in an accident near Bilawali village on Agra-Bombay Road on Friday late night. Two trucks collided with each other creating a traffic blockade on the busy highway. The accident which took place in the jurisdiction of Bank Note Press police station left many stranded on the highway for a long time as police failed to reach

  • Student dies of dengu in Mhow

    Mhow : Due to deteriorated sanitary and cleanliness system in town, a student of local Colonel’s Academy Aradhya (17),  son of Sanjay Agrawal, resident of Neem Street, Mhow has passed away of dengu disease on Saturday.

  • Celebrate World Heart Day in ‘Utsmaya Ulaas’ today

    Indore : Free Press invites all its readers to celebrate ‘World Heart Day’ with zumba, art, nukkad natak, music, story, poetry and cycling in ‘Utsmaya Ulaas,’ organised by Deepak Sharma (DS) event management from 3 pm to 6 pm at Monkey’s Cafe on Sunday.

  • Villager held over fake selection in NASA

    Bagli : The Bagli police have arrested a villager Ansar, son of Abid, resident of Kamalapur on the charges of fake selection in NASA here on Saturday. The accused was arrested by Bagli TI IBS Gaure and Kamalapur police chowki in-charge ASI Sunderlal Patel on the instructions of district police superintendent Shashikant Shukla.

  • 34 operations to be held in 34th camp of Manav Samiti

    Sanawad : A free Diyvang Nidan Shivir was organised by  Manav Samiti here at Digamber Jain Dharmshala on Saturday. Guests of the camp were in-charge of Social responsibility department of NHDC ML Sahu, Satyamurti and DR KK Gupta.

  • Minor raped by two brothers; one held

    Indore: Two persons were booked for raping a minor in Bhamouri area. One of the accused has been arrested while a search is on for the other. Both the accused have been booked under sections of the POSCO Act.

  • Exports likely to rise soon

    Indore : Suber Rampurawala, Convener of Federation of Indian Exports Organisation (FIEO), MP Chapter has said that following modest decline in exports in last few months, a positive growth is likely from October onwards.

  • Centre sanctions Rs 36cr for MP

    BHOPAL: The Union government, on Saturday, sanctioned Rs 36.45 crore for Madhya Pradesh under Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) for 2015-2016. Madhya Pradesh is one of winning states whose reform claim has been accepted. Main object of AMRUT Mision is to ensure basic services (e.g. water supply, sewerage, urban transport) to households and build amenities in cities which will improve the quality of life for all, especially the poor

  • Boy begs as no food at home, midday meal tasteless

    BHOPAL: A boy of standard-II was found begging at Indian Coffee House, New Market on Tuesday as midday meal served in school was not tasty and there was no food at home. He lives in Kotra Sultanabad. The TT Nagar police have registered a case under various sections of Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act.