Free Press Journal
  • Rs 2.48 Lakh stolen from car, driver detained

    Indore : City police detained driver of a liquor company manager for allegedly stealing Rs 2.48 lakh from the car in MIG area, on Saturday. Police believed that the accused had stolen money from the bag when he was alone in the car. Police are taking every possible efforts to recover the stolen money.

  • Under blazing sun, BMC leaves citizens without water kiosks

    BHOPAL : Even as mercury has crossed 43 degree Celsius mark in the state capital, the BMC is yet to install public water kiosks on the road sides. Are the civic authorities waiting for summers to end? It seems so.

  • BSNL offers family combo plan

    Indore : Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has introduced a unique family combo plan, which offers unlimited calling and unlimited broadband to any network with three mobile and one landline connection on monthly rent of Rs 1199 per month.

  • Levante test for Barca

    Madrid : FC Barcelona have to avoid defeat in just two more games in order to become the first Spanish side in history to go an entire season in the La Liga without tasting defeat.

  • Ujjain News : College girl ends life

    Ujjain  A college girl, pursuing M Com, ended her life on Friday night. Anju (23) daughter of Kalu Jaiswal resident of village Borkhedi under Kaytha police station limits committed suicide by hanging herself in her rental room located at Vivekanand Colony.

  • MP Board’s secret weapon to improve class 10 results

    BHOPAL : The class tenth result of the Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary education that will be declared on May 14 is likely to be improved by more than 20 percent.

  • Lok Sabha Speaker flags off Indore-Puri train

    Indore : The weekend was special for the railway passengers of the city as they got maiden Humsufar Express and a direct connectivity for Chhattisgarh and Odisha when Indore-Puri train was flagged off by Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan on Saturday.

  • Allow private practice or grant non-practising allowance: Govt docs

    BHOPAL : Government doctors posted in hospitals have asked the government to either allow private practice or grant 50% of salary as non-practising allowance. The doctors will take out a protest rally from Gandhi Medical College (GMC) on Sunday in support of their demand.

  • 2 injured as mini-truck rams stationary truck

    Indore : Two persons were severely injured after a mini truck in which they were travelling rammed into a stationary truck on Bypass Road on Saturday morning.

  • Seminar held on GST provisions, benefits

    Indore : Chartered accountant Ankit Somani said that a consumer cannot get input tax credit (ITC) under GST charged by a builder. However, a builder can take benefit of ITC from GST charged by sub contractor.

  • 70 per cent turnout in Karnataka polls

    New Delhi : A 70 per cent voter turnout was recorded in the high-stakes Karnataka Assembly polls on Saturday, the Election Commission (EC) said.

  • Athletics Federation of India declares strict ‘no-needle policy’

    New Delhi : Left red-faced after two of their athletes were sent back home on charges of possession of needles during the recent Commonwealth Games, the Athletics Federation of India (AFI) has decided to implement a strict ‘No-Needle’ policy at all the national camps and training centres.

  • EVM in Bengaluru only registering votes for Lotus: Congress leader

    BENGALURU: An EVM at a polling booth here was registering votes only for the BJP’s ‘Lotus’ symbol irrespective of which button was pressed, Congress leader Brijesh Kalappa claimed on Saturday. “There are five booths opposite my parents’ apartment at RMV II stage (in the northern suburb). In the second booth, any button pressed registers a vote only to ‘kamal ke phool’ (lotus). Angry voters are returning without casting their vote,” tweeted Congress

  • UP CM receives Nepal pilgrims in Ayodhya

    Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday received the first batch of pilgrims who arrived in the newly-launched bus service between Nepal and India from Janakpur to Ayodhya.