Free Press Journal
  • Ganpati Visarjan 2018, Mumbai, Nirmalya, Ganeshotsav, BMC

    Mumbai: Cops attacked during Ganpati Visarjan

    Mumbai: Sahar police have registered an FIR against 15 persons for allegedly attacking police officials on duty on Monday while they were in a procession of Ganpati visarjan. Five police personnel sustained injuries during the attack and were treated at a local medical centre. The police are yet to make arrest and are probing the case.

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    Cops bust sex racket running via WhatsApp

    Bhayandar: Sex trade racketeers are taking to instant messaging applications like WhatsApp and other social networking sites to operate their nefarious activities.  The Anti-Human Trafficking Wing of the Thane (rural) police, led by Assistant SP Atul Kulkarni and Assistant Police Inspector Sunil Shinde, busted a thriving flesh trade racket late on Saturday night. Investigations revealed that the middlemen used to communicate with their potential clients through WhatsApp application where it was more

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    Mumbai: Cops stopped MNS leaders from bringing outside food to multiplex

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) leader Sandeep Deshpande and 15 party workers were stopped from entering a multiplex in Phoenix Mills at Lower Parel as they were carrying outside food on Monday. The MNS has alleged that police supported the management of PVR, instead of going by the state government’s order which said movie goers would be allowed to carry outside food inside multiplexes from August 1.

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    Thane: Rural police arrest 17 people for allegedly holding captive three cops

    Mumbai: The Thane rural police arrested 14 persons for allegedly holding captive three policemen for hours and beating them up. The accused persons also include two women. The incident took place early morning on Tuesday in a residential colony at Mira Road. Police sources said that the Thane police control room received a call complaining that a party was playing loud music in the wee hours of Tuesday in the residential locality.

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    Mumbai: 3 cops hurt in stone pelting by Koparkhairane slum-dwellers

    Mumbai: Three policemen were injured after slum dwellers pelted stones on them on Tuesday. The City and Industrial Development Corporation (CIDCO) was putting up a fence in Koparkhairane a Navi Mumbai suburb, to cordon off encroachments on large plots of land. In the last few months, there has been a proliferation of unauthorised slums in front of Koparkhairane railway station. Accordingly, CIDCO’s anti-encroachment team and police decided to take action.

  • Bhopal: Cops need to be trained to win people’s faith, says Rajnath Singh

    Bhopal: Stressing that police should be sensitive towards public, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said that training programme for the cops should be designed in such a manner that they are able to win confidence of people. Advance training is a major tool to enhance the professional skills of police personnel, said the Home Minister while addressing a programme during the inauguration of a new building of Central Academy for Police Training,

  • World No Tobacco Day: One in three cops addicted to any form of tobacco in Mumbai, says Study

    Mumbai: According to the study conducted by the doctors of Government Dental College, Mumbai, revealed one out of three policeman are addicted of consuming tobacco in any form. Looking at the statistics, the researchers on the eve of World Tobacco Day, have appealed the state government to reduce tobacco consumption in policemen to in turn prevent threats of oral cancer.

  • When policemen turn out to be the accused, Maharashtra police ranks second in criminal cases against its force

    Mumbai: The moto of the Maharashtra Police force is ‘Sadrakshnaya Khalanighranaya’ (to protect good and punish evil). Cops, irrespective of their stature in the force, are often viewed with respect as they are responsible for maintaining law and order in society. They are the ones who keep a check on antisocial elements and struggle daily to ensure that no crime takes places.

  • Bhopal: Cops provoked me into setting myself ablaze, says victim

    Bhopal: Recent developments have turned police version of Pardi woman immolation case upside down. The cops had maintained that the victim suffered burn injuries during accidental fire. However, the 35-year-old victim, rushed to Hamidia Hospital with 60% burns on Friday, has now blamed policemen for her plight. DIG Sudheer Laad said that in her statement to magistrate, she said that she suffered burns after garbage around her suddenly caught fire. Laad further

  • Bhopal: Army man reminds cops of rules, gets punched

    Sehore: The policemen do not like anyone reminding them of the rules and the laws which they are supposed to follow. And if someone dares to do it, he should be ready to face blows and abuses.

  • Bhopal: Many ills ail cops’ hospital

    Bhopal: The radiologist at a hospital here entertains only 15 patients visiting him for X-rays and if another turns up he is sent back with the sound advice to come next day. And this happens at hospital of 7th battalion, situated not far from police headquarters.

  • Bhopal: COPS cleans up Shahpura Park

    BHOPAL: The volunteers of COPS (Clean Our Planet Society) gathered at Swarna Jayanti Park in Shahpura and conducted a cleanliness drive on Sunday. Armed with garbage bags, as many as 12 volunteers hit the park, a hotspot of joggers, to clean it. In the two-hour drive, waste including gutka pouches, rags, shattered bottles, chips and chocolate wrappers etc were collected and properly discarded.

  • Bhopal: SDOP office running on pilfered power

    SEONI MALWA: The cops are supposed to prevent thefts and catch thieves. But what if the policemen themselves commit theft? This is what is happening in Seoni Malwa. The issue came to light when a team of the electricity department reached the office of the Sub-divisional Officer (SDOP) Ajay Sangar to check the power connection only to discover that the office was being run on pilfered power. There was no power connection

  • Outrage over cop brutality on students near RSS HQ

    New Delhi : A video of police thrashing a group of students with sticks and fists and dragging women by their hair outside RSS headquarters here during a protest over Dalit student Rohith Vemula’s suicide on Monday triggered widespread outrage with Congress and AAP seeking action against the erring cops.

  • 2 cops knocked down by car

    Mumbai : Two onduty policemen were knocked down by a man on Thursday evening near JN Marg, the police said. Both the injured policemen are working with the JN Marg Police station.