Free Press Journal
  • Alertness helps reduce crime in Goyal Nagar

    Indore : Goyal Nagar in Palasia area has not reported any crime in the past one year largely due to awareness and alertness of residents.

  • Temporary regn no. to be valid even after 6 months of GST

    Indore : Goods and Service Tax (GST) exponent RS Goyal has said temporary enrollment in GST network will be valid even six months after execution of GST. If online registration information are filled correctly then change from the Commercial Tax and Central Excise would be easier.

  • Illicit liquor worth Rs 40 lakh seized

    Indore : A truck loaded with Indian made foreign liquor worth Rs 40 lakh and destined for Arunachal Pradesh was intercepted by the police during a routine check. The truck along with the liquor was seized and the driver has been booked under various sections of the State Excise Act and IPC. Police are investigating the matter further.

  • Inter-state vehicle thieves gang busted, seven arrested

    Indore : With the arrest of seven persons, Heera Nagar police on Saturday claimed to have busted an inter-state gang of vehicle thieves. Four four-wheelers were also recovered from them. The accused are being questioned by the police for other such crimes.

  • Sports meet for poor kids

    BHOPAL : A programme ‘Sports for Underprivileged Children’ was organised at police stadium on Saturday under the joint aegis of Friends of Mother Teresa and Mahashakti Seva Kendra. The programme was aimed at celebrating Christmas and New Year with children belonging to weaker sections of the society. Bhopal’s archbishop Father Leo Cornelio was present as chief guest. Fr Cornelio in his address stressed on following the path shown by Mother Teresa. He

  • Dacoits with a difference

    BHOPAL : ‘Gunad’ a popular story penned by Jaishankar Prasad years ago rendered into play, was staged on Saturday- the second day of three-drama fest at Shaheed Bhawan.

  • It’s time for me to go into hibernation: Sanjay Dutt

    Sanjay Dutt is all set to make a dashing comeback after the longest ever break an actor has taken from films. Sanjay Dutt will star in an Omung Kumar film called ‘Bhoomi’. The film is set to hit the theatres on August 4, 2017.

  • Educating children for betterment of world

    Indore : Using the most powerful weapon of changing the world for better, 45-year-old Yamini Upadhyay is educating students at government schools and empowering them with knowledge. She has been teaching in the school since last four years.

  • Modi’s demonetisation decision is like pressing the nuclear button

    The Reserve Bank of India surprised the market with its first monetary policy review, after demonetisation, by keeping its repo rate unchanged at 6.25%. Noted Ajit Ranade, economist and political analyst spoke on impact of demonetisation on growth and the possible upside risks to inflation. Ranade in his interview stated that the goal is not to move to cashless, but use less cash.

  • Will ensure that crop insurance covers entire loss: Gopal Bhargava

    BHOPAL : “We will ensure that crop insurance is not merely a relief but it covers the entire loss due to destruction of crops,” said rural development minister Gopal Bhargava at a programme organised here to disburse insurance claims amounts to farmers. The audience also watched live the CM addressing a similar programme at Sehore.

  • MPBSE announces exam schedule for Class 10, 12

    BHOPAL : Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education, Bhopal has announced time-table for higher secondary certificate and higher secondary vocational course examinations (regular/private), 2017. It also declared time-table for high school certificate examination (private/regular), diploma in physical education training and diploma in pre-school education. Higher secondary certificate and higher secondary vocational course examinations will begin from March 1, 2017 and conclude on March 31. Similarly, high school examinations will start from March

  • UMC peon caught accepting Rs 5,500 bribe red-handed

    Ujjain : A peon of Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC), who was posing as a clerk, caught accepting bribe of Rs 5,500 red-handed by Lokayukta police on Saturday.