Free Press Journal
  • Youth scales 18-feet high jail wall to set brother free

    Ujjain : A youth tried to break into the sub jail of Tarana tehsil on Friday night. Ishwar son of Man Singh scaled the 18 feet high wall of Tarana sub-jail and entered the jail premises at night around 10.30 pm.

  • Miscreants stab two youths

    Indore : Three unidentified persons stabbed and injured a youth in Chhoti Gwaltoli area under Vijay Nagar police station jurisdiction late on Friday night.

  • ‘How to make learning fun’

    SEONI MALWA : A five-day Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) training programme under Integrated Child Development Project for Aaganwadi workers and assistants ended here on Saturday. Using power point presentations, the trainees were told how to make learning an enjoyable activity for small children. They were also apprised of the learning process and learning capabilities of the kids and how to organise Bal Chaupals and Bal Sabhas.

  • It is an interaction, not conflict with leopards: SGNP

    Mumbai : Efforts have been taken to change the approach towards man and animal conflict and bring about a transformation in Mumbai’s forests by the Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP) authorities and volunteers.

  • Bhopal News -Three suicides in 24-hrs

    BHOPAL : Three incidents of suicide were reported in different localities of the city in last 24 hours.  The first incident was reported from Ayodhya Nagar, while the second from Berasia and third from Ashoka Garden area.

  • ‘Declare panchayats ODF, get funds’

    MORENA : Collector Vinod Sharma, on Saturday, instructed the sarpanchas, secretaries and Gram Rozgar Sevaks (GRS) of Gram Panchayats to ensure that their Panchayats are declared ODF before March 28. He asked them to present DPRs for developmental works in their areas once their Panchayats are declared ODF.

  • CAPT mishap – BPR&D instructs CPWD to speed up debris removal

    BHOPAL : Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D), on Saturday, expressed disappointment at CPWD’s slow pace in removing the rubbles and debris which they said was delaying the probe. The BPR&D team also conducted a headcount of the labourers working at the construction site to ensure that no one was missing.

  • Smart City – Government employees get notice to leave houses

    BHOPAL : Government employees living in TT Nagar have opposed shifting of accommodation at examination time and that too in dilapidated houses. The employees have to be shifted for the Smart City development.

  • Karate players meet SP

    UMARIA : Karate players, under the aegis of District Karate Association met SP Satyendra Shukla and ASO Dr Amit Verma and apprised them of their achievements and their problems.