Free Press Journal
  • SGST dept seizes 13 cartons of cigarettes from rly parcel office

    Indore : Anti Evasion Bureau of State Goods and Service Tax (SGST) department has seized 13 cartons of cigarettes from city railway parcel office for suspected tax evasion. The parcel arrived from Jaipur by Link Express on Friday morning.

  • Indore : She dreams to develop her passion for art into a business – Fatema Bohra

    Indore : Rediscovering her passion and finding an outlet for her creativity, 25-year-old homemaker Fatema Bohra has a new dream to develop her art and mould it into business. While life has always been nice to her, her loneliness as a single child taught her many important lessons including staying away from depression.

  • Two held for printing, selling fake cricket tickets

    Indore : City crime branch on Saturday arrested two persons for allegedly printing fake tickets of India-Australia cricket match to be held on Sunday and selling them in the market. The accused had sold 31 such tickets in the market and were trying to sell other tickets but they were arrested. The accused are being questioned to know that where they have sold the tickets and persons involved in the act.

  • Make nation corruption-free by 2022: Sumitra Mahajan

    Indore : Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan on Saturday urged people to work for the elimination of corruption and making the country corruption-free by 2022. For building ‘New India’, we need to launch ‘unite India’ movement, she said.

  • Indore : Woman thrashed by husband

    A 22-year-old registered a case against her husband for beating her in Shalimar Chowpati area on Friday.

  • Student stabbed by unidentified person

    An eighteen-year-old youth was stabbed and robbed by some unidentified person near Shastri Bridge area on Friday.

  • Next version of Trump travel ban could be more tailored

    Washington : President Donald Trump is weighing the next iteration of his controversial travel ban, which could include new, more tailored restrictions on travellers from additional countries.

  • Brazil’s army sent to help quell shootouts in Rio favela

    Rio De Janeiro : Hundreds of Brazilian soldiers came to the aid of Rio de Janeiro police on Saturday after heavily armed drug traffickers rampaged through the country’s most heavily populated favela, spraying bullets and terrifying locals.

  • Rohingya refugee influx over: Bangladesh

    Cox’s Bazar (Bangladesh) : The influx of Rohingya refugees into Bangladesh has ground to a virtual halt, officials said today, almost a month after the eruption of violence in Myanmar which has seen nearly 430,000 flee in four weeks.

  • Pakistan fires anti-ship missile into Arabian Sea

    Karachi : Amid the ongoing joint drills with China, Pakistan said it conducted a successful test of an anti-ship missile from a Sea King helicopter in the northern Arabian Sea on Saturday, stating that the country was ready for war.The anti-ship missile successfully hit its target, an official statement said.

  • Six held while planning robbery

    Indore : City crime branch sleuths on Friday night arrested six persons, including an absconding killer of a vegetable vendor, while they were planning a major robbery.

  • Trader robbed of Rs 70K Our Staff Reporter

    Indore : A trader was robbed by four unidentified persons in Bakhtawarram Nagar under Tilak Nagar police station area on Friday.

  • Clear sky, bright day bring smiles on residents’ face

    Indore : Residents woke up to a bright morning on Saturday after few days of rains. The day remained dry and shiny increasing temperature by two degrees Celsius from Friday’s temperature making the weather pleasant. The much needed change in weather brought smiles on the faces of residents as the rains were playing spoil sport in Navratri festivities as well as threatening the India-Australia cricket match to be played in city on

  • ‘Social media making Indian classical dance universal’

    New Delhi : Indian classical dance is becoming universal, thanks to the expanding social media, which according to Malaysian Bharatnatyam dancer Shangita Namasivayam, is taking the dance form to the masses.

  • Desperate Oz seek Finch in Indore ODI

    Indore : Desperately looking for a solid start at the top, Australia are praying that Aaron Finch is fit for the third ODI, which they need to win to keep the series against India alive.

  • China to restrict oil exports from Oct 1

    Beijing: China on Saturday announced that it would restrict oil exports to North Korea from October 1 and also suspend textile imports from Pyongyang.  The Ministry of Commerce will implement UN Security Council Resolution 2375 by halting the export of liquified natural gas and gas condensate and limit exports of refined oil, reports Xinhua news agency.

  • Inter college swimming competition held

    Ujjain : RD Gardi Medical College conducted an inter-college swimming competition at Madhav Club swimming pool on Saturday.