Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Two women injured as lift falls down from 5th floor

    BHOPAL: Two elderly women were injured after the lift they were in fell in the shaft from 5th floor in a 6-storey apartment in Surendra Residency Colony, under Shahpura police station on Sunday evening. One of the injured suffered a fracture in her leg while the other one sustained ligament injuries after the lift fell to the ground from.

  • Mumbai: 8 years on, Mahim subway to open soon

    Mumbai: Eight years after the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) shut the Mahim subway, on Thursday, it finally woke up to the residents’ woes and decided to open the subway after deploying security guards by next week.

  • Bhopal: Congress to take out Jan Akrosh Rally today

    BHOPAL: The Congress will take out ‘Jan Akrosh Rally’ from Peer Gate in the state capital on Monday afternoon. The party is protesting the unplanned decision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on demonetisation of Rs 500 and 1000 currency notes. The party state president Arun Yadav will lead the rally, which will start from Peer Gate around 1.30 pm. It will proceed towards Lilly Talkies, after passing through Ibrahimpura, Sultaniya Road and

  • Bhopal: Four Mankikheda residents get gun licence for self protection

    BHOPAL: The district administration has issued gun licenses to four Mankikheda village residents for their self protection as they had helped police in tracking the eight SIMI activists hiding in a hill near the village after jailbreak and later killed in an encounter. Besides, a temporary police outpost was also set up near the village in view of ongoing Ijtima.

  • Maharashtra state to have own child adoption rules

    Mumbai: Maharashtra government has informed the Bombay High Court that it intends to introduce its own rules on child adoption but until they are brought into force, the existing model rules framed by the Centre shall be operative in the state.

  • Indore: Connecting students to real life conditions through skit

    Indore: With their research, study and presentation of child labour conditions in the city, students of Shri Devi Ahilya Shishu Vihar won ‘World Day against Child Labour’ competition of Nukkad Natak/ Skit on ‘Human Rights and Social Justice for Child Workers’ organised by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for all its affiliated schools in the country.

  • Indore: Life comes to a standstill for 90-min in zoo

    Indore: Chaos reigned supreme in Kamla Nehru Prani Sangrahalaya (Indore zoo) on Sunday as zoo officials had twin tasks at hand. They not only had to ensure safety of visitors, who had come to enjoy a leisurely Sunday evening watching wildlife in captivity but also nab Jamuna, a 15-month-old tigress that had escaped from its enclosure. After 90 minutes, the tigress was back in its enclosure and the officials heaved a sigh

  • Indore: Different types of yoga for stress-free healthy life

    Indore: Promoting wellness and stress-free living, Yoga Prana Vidya (YPV) organised a ‘Planetary Peace Meditation and Spiritual Group Healing’ programme at Ravindra Natya Grih from 5 pm to 7 pm, on Sunday.

  • Indore: Youth killed in accident

    Indore: A youth died while his friend sustained serious injuries when a speeding truck loaded with sand hit the motorcycle they were on from behind.

  • Indore: Woman files dowry case against husband, in-laws

    Indore: Police registered cases against a woman’s husband and in-laws for harassing her and trying to strangulate her within four days of marriage when their dowry demands were not met.

  • Indore: Arrival of brother saves 2 minors from molestation

    INDORE: Three men stopped two minor girls while they were on their way home and tried to touch them inappropriately. However, the arrival of their elder brother caused the men to beat him up and flee the spot. The girls had gone to a grocery shop near their home when the incident occurred. Police have registered a case and are investigating the matter.

  • Indore: Crime Watch works wonder in city

    Indore: A total of 9505 calls were logged on during the year on ‘Crime Watch’, a service launched by the city police to curb crimes with help of citizens. It has logged information on narcotics, traffic, ATM cards, anti-social elements, betting and gambling,  loud DJ sounds and harassment over mobile phones the most.

  • Indore: Man ends life by hanging self

    Indore: A 32-year old, a resident of Khajrana, committed suicide by hanging himself from ceiling of his house. The reason for suicide is not yet clear. However, he was depressed following deaths of his parents and may have taken the extreme step. Police have registered a case and are investigating the matter.

  • Indore: Right response in Golden Hour can save many lives

    Indore: Akruti Malhotra, a manager in Toyota, was fortunate enough that HoD of Orthopedics Department Dr Dinesh Sonkar was passing the spot where her vehicle was overturned and she was struggling for life on November 1.

  • Ujjain: 68th NCC Foundation Day celebrated

    Ujjain: The 68thFoundation day of the NCC was celebrated on Sunday at the Government Madhav Arts and Commerce College under the aegis of 10 MP NCC Battalion and 2 MP Artillery battery, NCC, jointly.

  • Third gender option for transgenders in Railways reservation forms

    New Delhi: Indian Railways and IRCTC have included “transgender as third gender” in the option alongside male and female in ticket reservation and cancellation forms. The decision which was taken on a representation made by a lawyer will include the facility for reservations and cancellations, both online as well offline.