Free Press Journal
  • Activist Pansare and Dabholkar murder case: CBI gets six weeks from Bombay HC

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Friday came down heavily on the Central Bureau of Investigations (CBI), after the agency informed the HC that it has not yet obtained the ‘ballistic’ reports from the Scotland Yard. The court has given a final chance of six weeks to the agency to procure the reports from the forensic lab.

  • Bhopal: CBI files charge-sheet against BHEL officials, others

    BHOPAL: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has filed the charge-sheet against 13 persons including Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited (BHEL) officials and suppliers in connection with an alleged fraud of Rs 1.5 crore, in the special court of CBI on Friday.

  • Bhopal: School vans collide, two hurt

    BHOPAL: A school van collided with another at Gitanjali Square under Kamla Nagar police station leaving two children injured on Friday.

  • Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code to revive and not kill organisations, says ICSI President C S Mamta Binani

    The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI) recently granted registration to ‘ICSI Insolvency Professionals Agency’  to act as Insolvency Professional Agency (IPA) under the IBBI (Insolvency Professional Agencies) regulations, 2016. The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) is looking at adding 500 Insolvency Professionals in their gamut and getting the work started. The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) and IBBI organised a national seminar in Mumbai as part

  • What steps taken to find rapist, Bombay HC asks Nashik jail

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Friday pulled up the Maharashtra government after it was informed that the Sajjad Mugal Pathan, convicted for murdering lawyer Pallavi Purkayastha in 2012, has been absconding and is yet to be traced.

  • Mumbai: Forensic Expo takes place next week

    Mumbai: The Institute of Forensic Science, Madam Cama Road, Fort is organising a two-days State-level Forensic Science Expo (FSE) event for the forensic sector students, on December 20 and 21. This event will be one of its kinds in the city as it would be showcasing the latest equipment’s and technology in the forensic field.

  • Bhopal: 2 held for looting passengers after sedating them

    BHOPAL: The city Railway police have arrested two members of a gang which used to loot passengers after administering sedatives to them on trains and at Railway platforms.  The GRP have also recovered stolen items worth Rs 12 lakh from them.

  • Bhopal: Do yoga, play sports, DGP tells cops

    BHOPAL: The director general of police Rishi Shukla inaugurated the newly-built physiotherapy centre and the renovated gymnasium in DRP Lines, Nehru Nagar here on Friday.

  • Mumbai: Commuters fume over delay in opening new Ram Mandir station

    Mumbai: Commuters are upset over delay in opening the newly-built Ram Mandir Road railway station between Goregaon and Jogeshwari and there is a growing chorus for its immediate inauguration without waiting for any politician to do so.

  • Bhopal: Two gangs of chain snatchers busted

    BHOPAL: Crime branch has busted two gangs involved in chain snatching. They admitted to having committed five chain snatching incidents. One gang of Gulbarga (Karnataka) and Kurnool of Andhra Pradesh was about to leave Bhopal after committing crimes. Second gang was operating its racket in Bhopal. Two of the members are minors.

  • Your daily horoscope by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries: On the work front, you have some good trumps, but do not grab power against everyone else. Listen to the advices people will give you. Romantic relations will gear up.

  • Bhopal: Old man dies in bank queue

    MORENA: After the decision of demonetisation public is facing the lot of troubles like long queue in banks and in ATM’s, and sometimes they found no cash in these places. During these types of problem, an old man Brajmohan Shrivastav got unconscious in the bank on 14 December, he was standing in the queue. The other people took him to the district hospital, admit him there and informed the family members but

  • Bhopal: 15-year-old girl immolates self

    BHOPAL: A fifteen years old girl immolated self at Gol Village under Kolar police station on Friday. No suicide note has been recovered.  Family members and neighbours rushed when they saw smoke billowing from her room in the morning around eight. They saw her completely burnt. Immediately police rushed to the spot. Exact reason behind  taking extreme step has not been known as no suicide note has been recovered. As per the

  • Bhopal: Chhattisgarh planning panel vice chief at Dial 100 control room

    BHOPAL: Sunil Kumar, vice-chairman of Chhattisgarh state planning commission visited the Dial 100 control room in the city and observed its working on Friday. He was accompanied by Chetan Kashyap, chairman of the state planning commission.

  • KP Bakshi likely to be held in contempt of court by Bombay HC

    Mumbai: In a setback to former Additional Chief Secretary (Home) KP Bakshi, the Bombay High Court on Friday held him guilty of contempt of court and warned of sentencing him. The court has held him guilty for not complying with its orders pertaining to procurement of noise decibel meters.