Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai: Bhendi Bazaar residents protest deletion of roads

    Mumbai: Exposing yet another instance of high-handedness of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), residents of Bhendi Bazaar have alleged that the civic body turned a deaf ear to their grievance regarding the deletion of the three roads in their vicinity. Three roads in Bhendi Bazaar have been deleted in the guise of realignment which is part of the cluster development project of the civic body.

  • Bhopal: Wear Khadi once a week, Government tells staffers

    BHOPAL: The state government, in an effort to promote Khadi, has appealed to its officers and employees to wear Khadi at least one day a week. A letter in this regard has been issued by the general administration department (GAD) and is being sent to all districts.

  • Maharashtra: 6 death at bakery fire in Pune

    Pune: Six migrant labourers were asphyxiated to death when while sleeping in a locked bakery where a fire broke out early hours on Friday, an official said here.

  • Mumbai crime: A staged encounter right in the heart of Mumbai

    Mumbai: Sandeep Gadoli, a Gurgaon-based gangster, was shot dead by the Haryana police inside Hotel Airport Metro, located near ChhatrapatiShivaji International Airport in Andheri on February 7. While the police team had claimed that they had fired in self-defence, the Special Investigation Team formed by the Mumbai Police concluded that the encounter was staged and arrested seven persons.

  • Bhopal: Tigress run over by train in Budhni forests

    BHOPAL/HOSHANGABAD: A three-year old tigress was mowed down by the Jabalpur-Bhopal Intercity Express near Budhni in Sehore district late on Wednesday night.

  • Mumbai crime: Dalit murder in the name of love

    Mumbai: A 16-year-old Dalit boy, Swapnil Sonawane was brutally beaten to death in Nerul by family members of his 17-year-old girlfriend on July 19 this year since they were unhappy with their relationship.

  • Bhopal: Vivekananda Park becomes haven of drunkards, gamblers

    BHOPAL: Many cooks spoil the broth. And that is exactly what is happening with the Swami Vivekananda Park located at the centre of the GTB Complex. All the businessmen of the complex are stakeholders in the park but no one is ready to take any responsibility for its maintenance. Anti-social elements take advantage of the situation and have it their permanent abode.

  • Bhopal: Pastor absconding in blackbuck hunting case

    BHOPAL: Pastor Fr Anil Martin, founder of St John’s School, Govindpura, is absconding in a blackbuck hunting case. His licensed gun was used for hunting two blackbucks in Chaurai in Chhindwara district.   The Chhindwara police had seized the carcasses of the blackbucks from a car bearing registration number MP05-W0164 about on December 12 this year.  Nitin Rajpur of Chhindwara and Brij Sabu Martin were arrested. The third occupant of the car Golu

  • Bhopal: Workshop on digital payment at BHEL

    BHOPAL: In a bid to promote Government of India’s cashless payment campaign, BHEL corporate office, New Delhi has directed the units to impart training on digital payments to all the employees of the units. In this direction a workshop on digital payment was held today at BHEL, Bhopal for the contract labourers of the unit. Around 1,000 labourers participated in the programme.

  • Bhopal: Two boatmen nabbed for poaching Siberian cranes

    BHOPAL: The forest department arrested two persons for poaching of Siberian cranes on Thursday. Two dead and three alive Siberian cranes were recovered from their possession. According to sources, Om Prakash and Ramu Kewat have been arrested for poaching Siberian cranes. DFO KN Tiwari said, “Two boatmen have been arrested with two poached and three alive Siberian cranes. Om Prakash and Ramu Kewat were found guilty of poaching the migratory bids. Two

  • Bhopal: 3-year-old drowns in water tank

    BHOPAL: A three-year-old kid died after falling accidentally into a water tank near his house at Shabri Nagar within the limits of Kamla Nagar police station on Thursday.

  • Bhopal: Body of retired IAS donated to AIIMS

    BHOPAL: Body of retired IAS Mrinali Vijay Garde has been donated to All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), by her family on Thursday. She died on December Her body has been donated to help medical students as per her wishes. She was basically hailed from Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh. Her husband Vijay Garde was an engineer in BHEL, Bhopal.