Free Press Journal
  • Police solves 90% cases of minors missing in 2017 in Palghar

    Mumbai: In a bid to solve the backlog of cases of minors being kidnapped in neighbouring Palghar district, the police have designed a Special Operating Procedure (SOP) after brainstorming on the pattern of past cases registered since 1999. The new SOP includes special teams, new formats and forms for data collection, data analysis to fast track investigations.

  • Mumbai: Nigerian held with cocaine in Vile Parle

    Mumbai: The DN Nagar police arrested a 29-year-old Nigerian with 200 grams of cocaine at Juhu Vile Parle Development (JVPD) bus depot on Saturday evening. The police said the Nigerian, identified as Kedric Odo Bartho, was arrested based on a specific tip-off.

  • Indore: Man beats up female attendant at MYH

    Indore: A woman of Ratlam Kothi area was thrashed and harassed by a man following an altercation at MY Hospital on Tuesday. According to police, the victim alleged that her father is a heart patient and is undergoing treatment at the hospital. The victim’s father is admitted in ward 16 and was resting when accused Jeetu Alias Jitendra Panchal, a resident of Banganga started shouting in the hospital, police said. The victim

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    Indore: Crime Round-Up: Youth injured in acid attack by woman

    Indore: A 28-year-old youth was attacked with acid by a woman at Indira Awaas Colony in Gandhi Nagar area on Saturday. According to police, victim Nandalal was attacked by a woman causing severe injuries and was rushed to MY Hospital for treatment. The victim’s relatives alleged that Nandalal went to a shop in front of the accused woman’s house when she asked for his help at her house. The victim knows the

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    Bhopal: A setback to police’s initiatives for crime against women

    Bhopal: The rape incident in Habibganj area, where the four men raped a girl is seen as a setback to the city police’s initiatives for crime against women. The police who have initiated “We care for you” drive and are patting its back for Nirbhaya patrolling work. But the fact is that the cases of eve teasing, rape, stalking and other crimes have not come under control.

  • America: Teacher rescued, suspect shot in school standoff, says police

    Riverside:  A man who barged into his child’s Southern California elementary school and allegedly held a 70-year-old teacher hostage for nearly seven hours was shot by police who forced their way into a classroom and rescued her. A SWAT team entered the room at Castle View ElementarySchool, east of Los Angeles, shortly before 6 pm yesterday, Officer Ryan Railsback said. Negotiators had been talking to the man but hadn’t heard from the

  • Indore: Man kills estranged wife, surrenders with body

    Indore: In a shocking incident, a man surrendered to police with dead body of her wife after allegedly strangulating her to death inside his car on highway on Monday late night.  CSP Akhilesh Renwal said that the accused, identified as Pappu Chouhan, resident of Gandhi Nagar, reached Gandhi Nagar police station at around 11.45 pm on Monday and informed the policemen that he had killed his wife Laadkunwarbai Chouhan (30) and her

  • Mumbai: Couple held for killing youth near Film City

    Mumbai: Aarey police have arrested a couple, in their mid 20s, in connection with the murder of a youth recently. The police said the deceased Shankar, a loader at Mumbai airport, drank toddy last week when the couple mistook him of having molested their niece and beat him to death, near Film City.

  • Mumbai: DRI seizes Indonesian cigarettes worth Rs 6.92 crore

    Mumbai: The Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI), Mumbai on Friday seized 69.26 lakh sticks of smuggled Indonesian cigarettes ‘Gudang Garam’ from a residential flat and commercial godown in Bhiwandi, Mumbai. The press note, released by DRI, Mumbai, also mentioned that the seized amount of cigarettes worth Rs 6.92 crores.

  • Mumbai: Bengaluru DJ murdered in Kashimira

    Bhayandar: Playing the role of a mediator to intervene a quarrel between inebriated friends cost a 26-year old youth his life during the wee hours on Friday. The deceased, who has been identified as Novesh Bhujanga Shetty (26), was employed as a DJ at a hotel in Bengaluru and had come to celebrate Diwali with his parents who stayed in the Anand Nagar area of Dahisar (east).

  • Ujjain: Two sensational loot and murder attempt cases solved

    Ujjain: The city police on Monday claimed to have busted two gangs, which committed two sensational incidents of loot and fatal attack on the eve of Diwali. In all six local youths, including a functionary of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM), were arrested, besides confiscating loot money, weapons and vehicles used in the crime. Interestingly, the IG had only on Sunday announced a reward of Rs 25, 000 each,

  • Indore: Man brutally kills wife in front of son

    Indore: A 35-year-old woman was brutally killed by her husband under Kanadiya police station jurisdiction on Monday. After killing his wife, the accused locked the room along with his elder son and fled the spot with two younger children. According to the children, the accused was in inebriated state and had quarreled with the woman after she refused to give him money.

  • Bhopal: Man rejects compromise with daughter’s eve-teasers, burnt alive

    Bhopal: A 45-year old man was burnt to death by the eve-teasers of his daughter after he refused to withdraw police complaint against them. The gruesome incident took place at Kamla Nehru ward in Hatta under Hatta police station in Damoh district of Madhya Pradesh on Sunday. Police have arrested the accused Sachin Sahu (19) and his accomplices in the crime Ramkumar (35) and Rajkumar (34) and sent them to

  • Teen attacks, wounds several people with axe in Switzerland

    Berlin: A 17-year-old boy apparently attacked and wounded several people with an axe in a small town in northeastern Switzerland, police said. The teenager, a Latvian national who lived locally, was arrested by officers who used firearms and injured him in the process, St. Gallen canton (state) police said. The incident in the town of Flums started shortly after 8 p.m. (local time) yesterday.