Free Press Journal
  • Crime rate goes down, cops bask in success

    Indore: The economic capital of the state was also once known as crime capital. DIG Santosh Kumar Singh was posted in the city and his efforts to control the crime bore fruit as crimes dropped substantially and the city once again became livable. The statistics of crime from January 1 to December 15, 2016 shows that crimes have indeed dropped and cops were seen in the field more often than not.

  • Abhay Chautala hits back at Goel, says he has failed as a Sports Minister

    New Delhi: Tainted former IOA President Abhay Singh Chautala today lashed out at Vijay Goel for criticising his appointment as Life President of the national Olympic body, saying the Sports Minister should first focus on his job as he has failed to fulfil his responsibilities.

  • Indore: No end in sight to traffic mess at Rajwada Chowk

    Indore: Traffic is very bad at Rajwada Chowk, one of the busiest locations in the city and vehicles often get into each other’s way at Aada Bazaar Crossing. Cops are deployed although not as frequently as one would like, the traffic is mismanaged throughout the day and situation becomes critical in the evenings when traffic pressure is high. Rajwada is a principal market and besides local people from nearby areas visit here

  • Indore: Biker succumbs to injuries in hospital

    Indore: A youth succumbed to his injuries at a city hospital on Tuesday. He was admitted to the hospital after a speeding car hit the motorcycle he was on.

  • Indore: Note ban boosts security, advance payments

    Indore: Turning her hobby into profession, 22-year-old Rakshita Mehta has made a fruitful business by teaching the art of baking and selling cakes. Her culinary studio ‘Cooks and Crafts’ has become her dream along with a successful start-up in the last three years.

  • Indore: Sick Devansh who got stuck in jam is stable

    Indore: Four-year-old Devansh Talreja, who was stuck in a traffic jam caused by the rally taken out by activists of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) during their national convention on Monday, is now out of danger. The doctors of Apple Hospital stated that the patient is improving but is kept under sustain observation. Devansh has been suffering from meningitis and was rushed to the hospital by his aunt Mahak Talreja on foot

  • Bhopal: Ex-officer of NHDC, four others jailed for 5 years

    BHOPAL: The special judge for CBI cases sentenced DR Kurre, the then land acquisition officer (LAO) and Jhunnu Ram Ben, former revenue inspector, NHDC (R&R), Khandwa, to undergo five years rigorous imprisonment with fine of Rs 3.30 lakh each. Besides the government employees, Shivnarayan Gawali, Ratanlal Gawli and Bhagirath Gawali, have also been awarded five years Rigorous Imprisonment with fine of Rs 3.20 lakh each.

  • Indore: Sanawad-Khandwa section to be closed from January 1

    • Gauge conversion work would start soon
    • 4 trains between Mhow and Sanawad will continue to run

    Indore: Finally, gauge conversion work of Mhow-Khandwa meter gauge will start from January 1 as the Western Railway declared 54-km-long Sanawad-Khandwa section mega block closed from the date. However, four trains will run between Mhow-Sanawad.

  • Ujjain: Rajendra Kothari’s body donated to medical college

    Ujjain: All the teaching and non-teaching staff along with students of all three branches of Kalidas Montessori School observed a two-minute silence to pay homage to Rajendra Kothari, who died on Tuesday morning.

  • Ujjain: Cash strapped ATMs, banks continue to pose problems

    Ujjain: The situation in the banks and ATM kiosks by and large remains the same even over a month after demonetisation was started. The banks are still suffering from short supply of currency notes in proportion to their demand and the long queues outside the ATMs have hardly shortened.

  • Ujjain: Police seize three vehicles loaded with 28 calves

    Ujjain: The police got a breakthrough by capturing three pickup vans loaded with 28 calves during a checking drive at Agar Road. All the three vehicles were transporting the calves to Kanvan for slaughtering.

  • Ujjain: Driver stole truck that fell into Kshipra

    Ujjain: The truck which accidentally fell into Kshipra on Saturday was un-numbered and stolen from Jaora Mandi on December 23 night. It was stated by cleaner of the truck Dilip during an interrogation. He further said the truck was taken to Indore for sale by driver Aslam.

  • Ujjain: SDM rescues missing girl, kisnap from home

    Ujjain: A girl was kidnapped from home at a village of Barnagar tehsil. The police station of Barnagar did not lodge the report on the request of the family members of the victim. Finally the kin submitted an application in this regard in SDM court.