Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Shivpuri painter held for killing wife

    BHOPAL: Shahjehanabad police on Sunday presented Shivpuri-based painter Deepak Rajak (35), accused of killing his wife Poonam (28), in court, from where he was taken on five-day police remand for quizzing. There was no sign of repentance on his face.

  • Youth held with three stolen two-wheelers

    BHOPAL: Shahjehanabad police arrested a vehicle lifter from near Pari Park while he was riding a stolen Activa scooter on Tuesday evening. Later, on the information provided by him, cops recovered two more stolen bikes from his possession. According to Shahjehanabad police, the arrested accused was identified as Mohd Adil (19), son of Mohd Ilyas, a resident of Sundar Nagar. His arrest was made by the police following tip off from an

  • Man dies hours after being manhandled by money-lender

    BHOPAL: A 62-year-old man who was manhandled by a money lender at his home over a matter related to delay in payment died on Friday morning. Police had already registered a case against the loan shark on Thursday under sections 323, 506, 452 and 327 of the IPC and started investigations. TI Salil Sharma talking to Free Press said that the deceased Mohan Lal Chetwani, 62, resident of Sweet Residency near Filter

  • 50-plus persons booked for assaulting ‘child-lifter’

    BHOPAL : The Shahjehanabad police on Friday registered two separate cases against those who attacked and thrashed a man claiming that he was child lifter and when the police intervened, they pelted stones and manhandled the cops also in the Shahjehanabad area. Police on the complaint of the victim registered a case against 10-12 accused and on the complaint of Constable Naresh Sharma who was also injured in the incident registered a

  • Gang of bike thieves caught; 10 vehicles seized

    BHOPAL : The Shahjehanabad police busted a gang of bike lifters on Tuesday and seized 10 bikes worth around Rs 4 lakh from them. The police also arrested three persons for buying stolen bikes. The accused hail from Vidisha and used to come to the city by bus. After stealing bikes from the city, they used to sell them for Rs 5,000 to Rs 10,000 in the rural areas of Vidisha district.