Free Press Journal
  • gold, gold smuggling, mumbai, UAE, arrested, nashik, maharashtra

    Allahabad: Main accused in Dileep Saroj death case arrested

    Allahabad (Uttar Pradesh): Additional Director General of Police (ADG) Allahabad zone, S. N. Sabat on Wednesday confirmed that the main accused in the Dalit law student death case has been arrested.

  • Bhopal: Society must come forward to reduce road accidents: ADG traffic

    Bhopal: Traffic management is the need of hour to reduce road accidents. The entire society must come forward to reduce accidents, as number of deaths in Madhya Pradesh is alarming, said ADG, PTRI and traffic Vijay Kataria in the inaugural function of two-day seminar on ‘Road Safety and Traffic Management’ on Monday.

  • Two accomplices of Prajapati arrested

    Noida/Lucknow: Two aides of the absconding UP Cabinet minister Gayatri Prajapati have been arrested from Noida by the Uttar Pradesh Special Task Force in connection with the rape case against the SP leader.

  • ADG Sahi visits Central Jail, reviews arrangements

    BHOPAL: The newly-appointed ADG, Jail, Sudhir Sahi took the charge of the office and also inspected the Bhopal Central Jail. He also took the meeting of the jail headquarter officials, on Thursday. State govt removed the ADG Sushobhan Benarjee on Monday, following the jailbreak incident occurred in Bpl Central Jail, he has been attached to police headquarters. The ADG of STF Sahi has been appointed as a new ADG Jail. After taking

  • Maharashtra Police

    Major police reshuffle across Maharashtra

    Mumbai : Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, who also holds Home Minister portfolio, promoted and transferred the following senior IPS officials of the rank of Director General of Police (DG) and Additional Director General of Police (ADG) on Friday.

  • Special kids participate in ‘Run for Equality’

    BHOPAL: With commitment to promote “Samaanta” – Run for Equality, the disabled children participated in a mini marathon held by Uddip Welfare Society at Ravindra Bhavan on Sunday. Disabled kids from Chingari Trust, Umang Vikalangata Kendra, National Association For Blind joined the race.

  • Vehicle dealers must take IDs of sellers and buyers: ADG

    Indore : ADG Vipin Maheshwari on Tuesday held a meeting of the RTOs, financiers, vehicle dealers and police officials to give suggestions and to share problems to curb the menace of stolen vehicles.

  • Woman thrashes mother-in-law, caught on CCTV

    Bijnor (UP): A woman was caught in a video mercilessly beating up her ailing 70-year-old mother-in-law and trying to strangle her with a cloth at her home here.

  • MP Foundation Day celebrated at RAPTC Kila Maidan

    Indore : All the MLAs of the district, except for Usha Thakur, did not show interest in the official celebration program of the state’s foundation day held on Sunday. The programme was just an academic one.

  • CBI was keeping track of the developments

    BHOPAL : The Supreme Court may have handed over investigation of Vyapam scam to CBI now but the CBI, which is the premier investigative agency of the country, was keeping an eye on the investigations into the scam. According to sources, CBI officials posted at Bhopal were keeping track of the investigations as they anticipated that finally the case would come to them. Meetings were held at CBI offices in Delhi and

  • Policemen to get residences very soon, assures ADG

    Khargone : Policemen, who are facing crunch of residential and other basic facilities would soon be getting new residences. The above statement was given by ADG Vipin Maheshwari in reference to the policemen who are living on rent. Maheshwari on Friday inspected the DRP lines and informed that as of now 60 such residences have been allocated.

  • ADG announces Rs 25,000 for Depalpur dacoits

    Indore : Even 36 hours after the sensational armed dacoity in Depalpur, no vital clue was found about the dacoits. ADG Vipin Maheshwari on Sunday visited Depalpur and announced a cash reward on the arrest of the dacoits.

  • ADG Maheshwari announces Rs 25K for Depalpur dacoits

    Indore : Even 36 hours after the sensational armed dacoity in Depalpur, no vital clue was found about the dacoits. ADG Vipin Maheshwari on Sunday visited Depalpur and announced a cash reward on the arrest of the dacoits. After the armed attack on two wealthy farmers near Chander village in Depalpur on Friday night, the dacoits looted cash and jewelry. They also thrashed an elderly farmer, Ramesh while his son Rajesh had

  • Bihar Cracks Down On Cheating

    Over 900 Held In Anti-Cheating Operation In Matriculation Exam           

  • Clerk Accuses Addl DG Of Molestation

    Mumbai : A 32-year-old clerk working in the office of an IPS officer of the Additional Director General (ADG) rank has alleged that she was molested by the said officer in his office on Monday. She submitted a written complaint at Colaba police station in the evening on the same day, and the police are currently carrying out an inquiry in the matter.


    Activist Irom Sharmila Chanu, who has been on a hunger strike for 14 years, has been re-arrested, two days after she was freed on a court order. Chanu has been fasting since 2000 to protest against a controversial law in the state of Manipur, which gave the Indian armed forces sweeping powers.