Free Press Journal
  • Kakani murder Accused held, mother arrested for hiding evidence

    Indore: The absconding accused in the murder of trader Atul Kakani, Chetan Natha was arrested by city police on Saturday. Police have also arrested his mother on charges of hiding evidence. DIG Harinarayanachari Mishra had announced a reward of Rs 20,000 on each of the accused and instructed SP (west) Manish Agrawal to nab them at the earliest. Swinging into action, police have arrested him from the city and also recovered a

  • America to test anti-missile system amid N Korea tension

    Washington :  The US Missile Defense Agency has said that it would soon test an anti-ballistic missile system, days after North Korea demonstrated its arsenal was capable of striking parts of Alaska.

  • Absconding 1993 blast accused arrested in UP

    Lucknow : A man accused in the 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts was arrested on Saturday from Bijnore in Uttar Pradesh by a state Special Task Force (STF) team and Gujarat Police.

  • Regular action against violators the only option

    Indore : Parking has always been a huge problem in the high traffic zone on Maharani Road. The road gets narrowed due to the illegally parked vehicles by the drivers visiting shops in the vicinity usually ending up in a traffic jam which causes a lot of trouble to the commuters.

  • 3 held in trainee air hostess Riya Gautam murder case

    Mumbai : Two people have been arrested in Mumbai and a juvenile apprehended for the murder of an aspiring air hostess Riya Gautam, who was stabbed in full public view this week in Delhi, police said on Saturday.

  • Thief who proposed with stolen ring jailed

    London: Police in Britain say a thief who robbed a 91-year-old woman of her jewelry and then used her wedding ring to make a marriage proposal has been jailed.

  • Heritage toy train station torched, police attacked in Darjeeling, army out

    Darjeeling : The army was redeployed in Darjeeling Hills on West Bengal on Saturday after fresh violence broke out at Sonada where Gorkhaland supporters torched a police outpost and a toy train heritage station following the death of a youth in alleged police firing on Friday night.

  • Soldier and wife killed, three daughters hurt in Pak shelling

    Jammu : An Army jawan and his wife were killed and their three daughters injured when the Pakistani Army targeted forward posts and hamlets along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch district, police said on Saturday.

  • England see off dangerman Quinton de Kock in first Test

    London : Quinton de Kock made a superb counter-attacking fifty only to fall shortly before lunch on the third day at Lord’s as England stayed on top in the first Test against South Africa.

  • State govt stops CM’s travel by helicopter till the probe is over

    Mumbai : Following the near mishap involving Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis’ chopper on Friday at Alibaug, the civil aviation department of the state government has decided to suspend all VIP travel by helicopters. A probe is underway to find out how the CM’s chopper had taken off just as Fadnavis was about to board it.

  • Congress takes out kisan yatra in rural areas

    Ujjain : Congress party’s kisan swabhiman yatra has now made its foray into rural areas of the district. The party has been taking out rallies against the BJP government and blaming it for cruelty against farmers staging protests against the low value of their produce. The rally is also against the government’s indifference towards increasing rates of suicide amongst farmers.

  • Sourav Ganguly flooded with wishes on his 45th birthday

    Kolkata : A packed day notwithstanding, former India cricket captain Sourav Ganguly was flooded with wishes on his 45th birthday. West Bengal Chief Minisiter Mamata Banerjee was one of the first to wish him.

  • Kovind is a good person, says Meira Kumar

    Ranchi : Opposition presidential candidate Meira Kumar on Saturday said that his opponent, NDA nominee Ramnath Kovind, is a good person but hers is a fight of ideology.

  • Deputy High Commissioner J P Singh

    San Francisco : Researchers at the University of Washington (UW) have invented a phone that harvests the few microwatts of power it requires from either ambient radio signals or light and requires no batteries.

  • IIM-I alum’s venture achieves int’l recognition for its organic products

    As a purpose-driven organisation, we proudly call ourselves ‘People Against Toxins’. We are also actively involved in educating parents about hazardous and toxic chemicals in our lives (food, air, water, personal care products and toys) so that they can make well-informed and healthy choices about their lifestyle            n  Mudit Consul (PGP 2005 student).