Free Press Journal
  • Child labour on decline

    Cops keep close watch on employers breaking rules;  589 child labourers rescued in 2017,

  • Use Telgi’s properties for country’s benefit, says wife

    Mumbai :Shahida, the wife of fake stamp-paper scam mastermind Abdul Karim Telgi, has approached a court here, urging that his benami properties be seized and used for the country’s benefit “as per his last wish”.

  • Health check-up camp organised

    Indore: Helping patients heal their diseases, NGO Jwala organised a health check-up camp at their clinic on Saturday. People from nearby areas attended the camp and took blood tests free of cost. General physicians including Dr Divya Gupta, Dr Shubha Ozha and Dr Mahima Sharma attended the patients and analysed their issues to provide remedial advice. Discussing her inference, Divya said, “Most people we came across suffered from anaemia and malnutrition. These

  • Elderly man hit by speeding car

    BHOPAL : An elderly man was hit by a speeding car near Paryawas Bhawan under the limits of MP Nagar police station on Saturday evening. Sources claimed that four occupants of the car (MP 04-CA-4945), including two girls, escaped from the scene leaving the vehicle behind. The MP Nagar police was unaware about the whereabouts of the victim.

  • 1,019 economically-weak kids get cochlear implant

    Mumbai : It feels good to hear my daughter talk and react to my voice, says Kinjal’s mother. Four-year-old Kinjal is one among the 100 kids who underwent cochlear implant surgery this year with the financial support of Power Finance Corporation (PFC).

  • Man dies after falling from moving bike

    Indore : A 59-year-old man was killed after falling from his moving two-wheeler in Rajendra Nagar area on Friday.

  • Tributes payed to lost ones on Vijay Diwas

    MUMBAI: The Indian Army commemorated its 46th Vijay Diwas with traditional solemnity and gaiety across the country on Saturday. Top ranking officers laid wreaths at Major RR Rane, PVC memorial park and paid rich tributes and homages to the lost ones.

  • RAHUL TAKES OVER

     New Delhi  : Rahul Gandhi, 47, on Saturday took over as the new Congress President with much fanfare, dancing and bursting of crackers by party workers and vowed to turn Congress as India’s “grand old and young party” to defeat the politics of anger and hatred practised by the BJP. His message to the party was never to buckle down, back down when the Congress is attacked but stand up to them

  • Armed miscreants steal 200 litre diesel from parked trucks

    BHOPAL : Four armed and masked miscreants held petrol pump guard and truck drivers at knife point and stole diesel from three parked trucks in the wee hours of Friday. The incident took place at a petrol pump in Rapadiya village of Misrod.

  • Youth Cong protests against BJP MLA

    Ujjain : Congress workers held a rally from Tower Chowk to the office of the Superintendent of Police on Saturday and sat on dharna. demanding a case against BJP MLA from Mahidpur, Bahadur Singh Chauhan.

  • Buoyant India eye series win

    Visakhapatnam : An imposing line-up and an impeccable record in this port city make India the clear favourites as they seek to clinch another series win against Sri Lanka in the third and final One-day International.

  • All Central Railway stations to have LED lights by March ’18

    Mumbai : The Central Railway is on way to install energy-saving LED lights at all its 438 stations by March 2018, and exploit solar and wind power in a big way to cut on electricity bills, an official said here on Saturday.

  • Total domination

    England’s hopes fade as Oz put attack to sword