Free Press Journal
  • Inter-state gun sellers’ gang busted; 5 held

    Indore : City crime branch police on Saturday arrested five people and claimed to have busted an inter-state gang involved in supplying firearms. Police recovered nine firearms and three live cartridges from the accused.

  • Man commits suicide after dropping son in school

    Indore : A 38-year-old cloth sewing unit owner committed suicide by hanging himself from the ceiling in Aerodrome area on Saturday. Police have sent the body for autopsy and started investigation to know the reason behind his suicide.

  • Ganeshotsav in City

    Indore : The view of Akshardham temple situated in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, has been recreated in pandal, ‘Indore ka Raja’ at Vijay Nagar Square. The grand pandal has been made using bamboos. “We had an invited 90 artists from West Bengal to create the 100 feet by 125 feet idol,” organiser Alok Dubey said. The idol was prepared in a month.

  • City priest shines among stars

    Indore : City’s priest, Deepak Mukesh Dave, conducted a grand Ganesh puja at Reliance Group chairman Mukesh Ambani’s residence in Mumbai. Dave has been conducting the rituals at the Ambanis’ place for the past 10 years. Several Bollywood celebrities including Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Aamir Khan, Karan Johar, Katrina Kaif, Kareena and Rekha and attended the puja.

  • PC Sethi hospital to be inaugurated on Sept 22

    Indore: Member of Parliament Meghraj Jain will inaugurate Government PC Sethi Hospital on September 22. Its inauguration was long awaited.

  • Oil tanker catches fire, 1 killed

    Indore : One person was killed and tanker driver critically injured following a blast in an oil tanker during welding work near India Oil depot in Mangliya area on Saturday morning.

  • City Walk organised at Central Museum

    Indore : City Walk festival was organised at Central Museum on Saturday. The walk received good response from participants who included prominent residents.

  • ‘GST is system-driven, human intervention-free regime’

    Indore : Pawan Sharma, commissioner, State Goods and Service Tax (SGST) department, has said that teething problems of GST are over. It is a system-driven tax regime, which is free from human intervention.