Free Press Journal
  • 4 held for loot, stolen valuables worth Rs 9 lakh recovered

    Shajapur : Four youths were arrested on Friday and jewellery and other stuff, worth over Rs 9 lakh, they looted from the residence of Rajeev Dubey in Bhatt Mohalla on November 28 night was recovered from them by the police.

  • Note ban hits aviation sector in city hard

    Indore : It seems aviation sector is facing the pinch of demonetisation. In last 25 days, the sector witnessed a fall of over 50% bookings from the city for various domestic routes. Similarly, international ticket bookings have also badly affected.

  • Residents see success in crime reduction, praise police action

    Indore : Annapurna area also hit by fake police, chain snatchings and thefts and though there has been a drop in such cases in the recent past, they still occur in the area. Fear could be seen writ large on the faces of residents and police have deployed mobike-borne patrol teams in the area which have been quite effective in curbing crimes.

  • SBI DFHI opens 8th regional office

    BHOPAL : SBI DFHI Ltd, a subsidiary of State Bank of India (SBI) opened the 8th regional office in TT Nagar, SBI Main Branch on Saturday.

  • ‘Off to market race’ at Sharda Vidya Mandir annual sports

    BHOPAL : Sports and games play an important role in the holistic development of the children. Apart from commemorating victories, the sports meets also aims at imparting lessons on sportsman spirit and camaraderie among children. Keeping this in mind Sharda Vidya Mandir organised Sports Day of its pre-primary wing on Saturday

  • ‘Niramish Aahar Diwas’ – ‘Non-veg food leads to diseases’

    BHOPAL : An awareness session on ‘Niramish Aahar Diwas’ was organised at Navnidh Hasomal Lakhani Public School. The session was aimed at motivating adolescent students to go vegetarian. Hemu Kalani Educational Society president Siddha Bhau, as chief guest, lighted the lamp. Siddha Bhau in his address said it is irrelevant to expect God’s blessing by destroying its creation. There is no humanity in killing anyone. It is necessary to give affection and protection

  • Free medical check-up camp today

    Indore : St. Francis Hospital & Research Centre, Devguradia Chouraha, Bypass Road, in association with LIC Premium Point Pipliyahana Circle, Indore and Religare Health Insurance company Ltd, is organising a free medical checkup camp at Silver Spring Phase, 2 shopping Complex on Sunday from  9.30 am to 11.30 am.

  • Two thefts rock posh areas, cops clueless

    Ujjain : Rising incidence of thefts in posh colonies is giving sleepless nights to cops. Two incidents of theft were reported from Basant Vihar Colony and Vidyapati Colony on Friday.

  • Villagers sensitised on ills of addiction

    A lot : A de-addiction programme was held at village Barkheda Kala. During the event held on the middle school premises villagers were given information on the evils of addiction. Deputy collector Anil Bhana, Jilla Panchayat member Bhawar Singh Chouhan, Janpad member representative Mahesh Sharma, CEO Gowardhalal Malviya, Nilan Solanki, Nagu Singh Thakur and Kalu Singh Parihar were present.