Free Press Journal
  • Man arrested for killing 4-year-old kin

    Mathura : A man has been arrested for allegedly killing his four-year-old nephew on the advice of an occultist, the police said on Saturday.

  • Newborn found dead with throat slit, 4 held

    On October 9, the woman gave birth to a baby boy at home. The accused allegedly slit the throat of the child and packed it in a bag and dumped it out of the widow of their building.

  • City lad selected in Rajasthan Premier League cricket team

    Ujjain : City’s rising cricketing talent, Shivesh Sharma has been selected for Rajasthan Premier League team. He is among 100 players in the country who have been selected for different teams during a selection process, in which about 1000 players participated.

  • Brahmakumaris to host media symposium today

    Ujjain : Journalists will address a day-long media symposium on Sunday, organized by Prajapita Brahmakumari Ishwariya Vishwavidyalaya. The programme will begin at 11 am at Shivdarshandham Harmony hall, Ved Nagar.

  • CM to MLAs: I know who has amassed how much money

    BHOPAL : Though assembly elections are still a year away, chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has begun preparations in right earnest. On Saturday, he had one-to-one meetings with MLAs based on report of a survey commissioned by him to assess their standing in their constituencies. The party also added its inputs to the survey report.

  • RSS: Those accusing Jay Shah of wrongdoing should go to court

    Bhopal : RSS General Secretary Suresh Bhaiyyaji Joshi on Saturday said those levelling allegations against BJP chief Amit Shah’s son should go to court, and the RSS does not want to take a stand on the issue.

  • UMC U-turn on uninterrupted water supply for festive week

    Ujjain : Backtracking from its own declaration to provide daily supply of potable water for a week on account of Diwali, Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) authorities on Saturday night said they could not keep their promise due to certain technical reasons.

  • ATS nabs 3 for supplying illegal arms

    The accused were about to deliver the consignment of illegal arms to a Nashik-resident Pankaj Gaikwad, who has also been taken into custody.  A case has been registered under relevant sections of Arms Act ,

  • ‘Bullet trains will transform India in a positive manner’

    After a lecture about open trade between India and Japan, Hideki Asari, Minister (Political Affairs), Embassy of Japan, spoke to FPJ’s Jescilia Karayamparambil on things that concern Japan. Below is edited excerpts.

  • Pak took key step to do more in fight against terror: Pence

    Washington : US Vice President Mike Pence has said that Pakistan has taken an “important” step in fight against terrorism by helping secure the release of a Canadian-American family abducted by the Haqqani networks five-years-ago.

  • Form policy on Rohingyas: RSS

    Bhopal : Terming the Rohingya issue as serious, a senior RSS leader on Saturday said “outsiders” should not be allowed to stay in India beyond a specific period, and suggested that a policy be formed to deal with the refugees.

  • IG reviews security arrangements ahead of Diwali

    Ujjain : IG Ujjain range, V Madhukumar on Saturday conducted a meeting of superintendents of police of all seven districts.  He reviewed law and order arrangements in the districts. He asked the SPs to ensure frequent inspection of all godowns and shops selling explosives. He cautioned them in view of forthcoming student union elections, activities on social media and movement of cow vigilantes.

  • Loukic, Harmehr win Junior Billiards & Snooker titles

    Mumbai : Loukic Pathare of Chembur Gymkhana and Khar Gymkhana’s Harmehr Mago emerged champions, winning the Junior Billiards and Junior Snooker titles respectively in the Khar Gymkhana-Maharashtra State Selection Tournament 2017, organized by Billiards & Snooker Association of Maharashtra and played at the Khar Gym billiards hall.