Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Man caught while stealing bike

    Indore: A person was nabbed while stealing a two-wheeler from a house in Raj Nagar under Chandan Nagar police station area on Friday. According to the police, one Ravi Arya lodged a complaint that he had locked his bike in the front room of his house. On Wednesday night, he heard some noises. When he got up to check what was happening, he saw a man was trying to break the lock

  • Bhopal: CISF observes Fire Service Day

    Bhopal: A function was organised to mark the National Fire Service Day at CISF Fire Station located within the BHEL factory premises on Friday. Vartul Singh, senior commandant inaugurated the function. The day is observed in the memory of the firemen who had lost their lives fighting an inferno at Victoria Dockyard, Mumbai on April 14, 1944. As a mark of respect and gratitude floral tributes were paid to the martyrs at ‘Shahid Smarak’ by

  • 3 suspected RAW agents arrested in PoK: Report

    Islamabad: Police in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir have claimed that they have arrested three suspected R&AW agents for their alleged involvement in anti-state activities, according to a media report today.

  • ‘Journalists should be intellectual warriors’

    Tiwari, Upadhyaya feted with Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi Samman
    BHOPAL: The objective of journalism is not to provide means of livelihood to scribes and others. Journalism is not only about disseminating news. It is also not aimed at starting a chain of newspapers. The real objective of journalism is to arouse positive thoughts, to spread the message that the country’s interests are the first and foremost.
    This was stated by renowned litterateur Narendra Kohli at the ‘Ganesh Shankar

  • Bhopal: Rs 2 lakh worth fake currency notes seized, four held

    Bhopal: Taking advantage of weak security feature of new currency notes of Rs 2,000, four miscreants tried to print the currency and get rich, but on a tip off, the crime branch busted the racket operating from a photo studio on Friday.
    DIG Ranman Sikarwar informed in a press conference that crime branch, Bhopal got the information that a racket was operating which printed fake currency notes. The police busted the racket and seized fake notes

  • Piles of demonetised notes found at former-corporator’s home

    Bengaluru: The police has stumbled upon huge piles of demonetised Rs 500 and 1000 notes at the office and residence of a former corporator here while conducting searches at his premises in a kidnapping case.

  • Mhow station to be made satellite of Indore station

    Indore: In near future, Mhow railway station will be made satellite station of Indore. This will help people of both the places as well as military establishment. The railway ministry has chalked out a detailed development plan for the Cantt town station as it will meet the future needs of the Holkar city.

  • 8 coaches of Rajya Rani Express derail near Rampur, Prabhu orders inquiry

    New Delhi: Eight coaches of Meerut-Lucknow Rajya Rani Express derailed near Rampur in Uttar Pradesh today leaving at least two passengers injured, railway officials said. The accident happened between Mundapandey and Rampur railway stations, Northern railway spokesperson Neeraj Sharma said.

  • Bhopal: PNB staffers celebrate Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Jayanti

    Bhopal: Ambedkar Jayanti was celebrated at a function organised by the PNB SC, ST Employees’ Welfare Association at a local hotel here on Friday. LK Malhotra, zonal manager, MP zone of the bank and regional manager DK Jain were chief guests at the function. SK Bharati of the association chaired the function.
    VT Gajbhiye, patron of the association talked about the life and works of Bharat Ratna Dr Ambedkar. Chief managers VK Harit and Shankarwal urged

  • Indore: ‘Khusyionke Rang Hazaar’ staged at Labh Mandapam

    Indore: Bringing out talent of deaf and dumb and visually impaired students of various age-groups, Indore Dead and Bling Academy (IDBA) organised a cultural fun fest, ‘Khusyionke Rang Hazaar’ at Labh Mandapam on Friday.

  • Bhopal: MD to inaugurate ‘SBI Exclusif’ today

    Managing director of State Bank of India Rajnish Kumar will inaugurate the bank’s first Wealth Management Hub ‘SBI Exclusif’ in Madhya Pradesh on Saturday at TT Nagar branch of the bank. This will be the eighth hub of the bank. This wealth management initiative of SBI targets the premium customer segment by offering a complete range of financial products and services, including advisory and financial planning, which are technology-driven, contemporary and comprehensive. The hub

  • Bhopal: Tagore’s ‘Chandalika’ staged at Tribal Museum

    Bhopal: Sending out the message of equality without discrimination of caste and creed, a Hindi play ‘Chandalika’ was staged under a series programme ‘Bahinayan’ at Tribal Museum  on Friday. Based on popular dance drama of the same name, penned by Rabindranath Tagore, the play was directed by Archana S Kumar and presented by Rang Triveni Theatre Group, Bhopal. The saga of the play revolves around Prakriti (Chandalika), a low caste girl, who for that reason

  • Indore: Solar food festival, sustainable devt Jimmy memorial programmes from today

    Indore: At least 50 people will prepare food in solar cookers at Jimmy McGilligan Centre for Sustainable Development and guests will enjoy solar cooked food together with Kavita Patidar, chairperson Indore jila panchayat, MLAs Usha Thakur and Jitu Patwari. The distinguished guests will also inaugurate the one week long “Jimmy McGilligan memorial programmes on sustainable development”, from Saturday on the 6th anniversary of passing away of James (Jimmy) McGilligan OBE, pioneer of

  • Indore: Thefts worry Shiv City Township residents

    Indore: Residents of Shiv City Township under Rajendra Nagar police station are living under constant fear as several incidents of thefts took place in the area in the recent past. They blame it on police for poor patrolling.

  • Indore: Striking officials regret difficulties caused by protest

    Dewas: On the second day of the ongoing indefinite strike, patwaris and revenue inspectors of the district once again pressed for their six-point demand and warned that the agitation will continue until government fulfil all their demands.

  • Bhopal: How can prohibition be imposed in phases, wonders Babulal Gaur

    Former chief minister Babulal Gaur has serious reservations about chief minister Shivraj Singh’s plan of imposing prohibition in the state in ‘phases’. He said such a measure has to be imposed in one go and should be time-bound. He said prohibition must be imposed in the state in 2018.

  • Indore: Cops recover stolen truck with medicines worth Rs 41Lakh

    Dewas: Police recovered a stolen container truck loaded with medicines worth over Rs 41 lakh from Bhopal square here on Thursday night. The raid was carried out after truck driver Jitendra from Tamil Nadu, currently residing in Mangliya, Indore, alerted Bank Note Press police that his truck (MP 09/GG 3115) carrying medicines was whisked away by an unidentified person, after he parked it near a tea stall.