Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Police unveil gang involvement in 30 cases of murder, loot

    The number of cases committed by the gang involved in killing of truckers has gone up to 30, said police on Sunday. The nine accused, who are currently in custody, during investigation have confessed that their involvement in all these cases.  Police on Friday had claimed that the gang was involved in 14 murders.

  • Shivraj Singh Chouhan

    Bhopal: Go after goons, gamblers, mafia says CM Shivraj Singh to new recruit IPS

    BHOPAL: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, in a meeting with IPS officers of 2013-14 batch here at Mantralaya, said service in police department is not a profession but a mission. The policemen have the important responsibility of keeping the country, the people and their property safe. He said the maintenance of law and order should be always given top priority. Chouhan said law-abiding citizens should be treated with courtesy while criminals should

  • Bhopal: Meri Didi campaign to check crime against women

    NARSINGHPUR: To control the crimes against the women special campaign is being run from 1 November to 30 November, according to the order of DG of police Rishi Kumar Shukla. SP Mukesh Kumar Shrivastav has given the directions and instructions to all the women officers of the district to visit those places where the women feel insecure and those places where the women are more in number like women hostel, coaching institutions,

  • CPI (M) doubts govt version of SIMI encounter, demands judicial probe

    New Delhi : Reiterating the demand for a judicial probe into the killing of eight SIMI terrorists after their escape from the high-security Bhopal Central Jail, Communist Party of India (Marxist) general secretary leader Sitaram Yechury, on Wednesday, raised doubts over the government’s version and said all statements and facts said so far are completely contradictory to each other.

  • Don’t misuse power – DGP Rishi Kumar Shukla

    Indore : DGP Rishi Kumar Shukla released a book at a function at Police Training College, on Wednesday. Addressing the cops and distinguished guests, Shukla said Lord Hanuman was relieved of his powers and restored later for misusing power. Therefore, every cop should remember his power and use it properly.

  • ADGP Shukla makes inspection of dev works

    Ujjain : MP Police Housing Corporation Chairman and ADGP Rishi Kumar Shukla made inspection of development works, here on Thursday. Shukla visited under construction barrack at Neelganga, Bhairavgarh, police quarters at Fazalpura, barrack at Chimanganj and quarters at DRP line and police training school at Maksi Road.