Free Press Journal
  • Don’t file charge sheet against ex-editor of Urdu newspaper Awadhnama: Bombay HC

    Mumbai: In a minor reprieve for Shirin Dalvi, ex-editor of Urdu newspaper Awadhnama, the Bombay High Court today directed the police not to file a charge sheet in the FIRs registered against her after the newspaper republished controversial caricatures from French weekly Charlie Hebdo.

  • Indore: Following instincts brought love and blessings

    Indore: Mind thinks, heart feels and love just happens with a whisper that is often termed as love at first sight. This is how the story of Gul and Parvez flows, just like a well-directed movie. This match was possible when 19-year-old beauty queen Gul met 24-year-old handsome stud Parvez at a New Year’s party.

  • Bhopal: Thete asks SC, ST MLAs to join his battle against Julania

    BHOPAL: IAS officer Ramesh Thete, has appealed to SC, ST MLAs to support his move to lodge a first information report (FIR) against additional chief secretary Radheshyam Julania for allegedly committing atrocities against officers and employees belonging to the Dalit and tribal communities. Thete has urged these MLAs to write to AJAK police station, Habibganj for necessary action against Julania in this matter.

  • Indore: Forgery case filed against MPBA office-bearers

    Indore: Police have registered a case of forgery against president, secretary and former treasurer of Madhya Pradesh Basketball Association (MPBA) in Tukogunj police station on Sunday.

  • Indore: Once bitten twice shy; DAVV issues guidelines for foundation paper

    Indore: Taking a lesson from last semester exams, the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya on Monday issued guidelines for foundation paper for traditional under-graduate courses asking examination centres to prepare separate bundles of answer books of English and Hindi languages.

  • Indore: Free residential course on solar panels installation

    Indore: With India looking forward to increase its production of electricity from renewable source like solar energy, it has become necessary for the country to produce skilled manpower for installation of solar panels.

  • Bhopal: Washing will damage roads, lead to water-logging, say traders

    BHOPAL: Businessmen of the Jawahar Chowk area say that if the BMC continues to wash roads, it will erode soil from roadsides and ultimately will damage the roads within a short span of time. Washing will reduce the durability of roads.

  • Mumbai: Order on Chhagan Bhujbal’s habeas corpus writ reserved

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Monday reserved its orders over the writ of habeas corpus filed by former Deputy Chief Minister Chhagan Bhujbal. The 69-year-old politician has challenged his arrest in connection with the Rs 800-crore vexed money laundering case.

  • Bhopal: Hostel warden booked for beating children

    BHOPAL: The Bairagarh police have registered a case against the warden of the government school hostel for beating the children staying in the hostel. The NGO activists alleged that the children were sexually abused by the warden.

  • Indore: Waghmare’s land to be acquired for BRTS

    Indore: Days after the Supreme Court rejected their petition, the Waghmare family ‘agreed’ to leave portion of their immovable property on AB Road for widening of BRTS Corridor, which was creating a bottleneck.

  • Bhopal: Gyan Singh to resign from Assembly today

    BHOPAL: Minister for scheduled castes and scheduled tribes Gyan Singh, who recently won Shahdol Lok Sabha by-polls, has tendered his resignation from the membership of state Assembly.

  • Bal Thackeray’s will: Sanjay Raut depose before Bombay HC

    Mumbai: After two consecutive summons, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut finally deposed before the Bombay High Court on Monday. The court had summoned Raut to depose as a witness in the ongoing legal battle between Sena president Uddhav Thackeray and his elder brother Jaidev Thackeray.

  • Indore: Excavation poses probelms for Saket, Patrakar Colony residents

    Indore: Not only water leakage of Narmada water supply line but also its repairing work is creating trouble for residents of Saket Nagar and Patrakar Colony as workers of Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) excavated the road at three places and did not complete it.

  • Indore: City’s girls love their ride to success in style

    Indore: Riding their way to success, 15-year-old Paridhi Joshi, 13-year-old Hiral Joshi and 9-year-old Krishna Joshi are making their parents homemaker Kalyani and businessman Rajesh Joshi proud by bagging medals and awards at state, national and international level competitions. The Joshi family hailed from Kuwait in 2009 and came to Indore, where their children found their passion, which is riding horses.