FREE PRESS The publishers permit sharing of the e-paper's pdf on WhatsApp and other social media platforms VOL. 13 NO. 77 | BHOPAL | THURSDAY | AUGUST 31, 2023 | PAGES 14 THE TERMINATOR ALWAYS WINS, BJP GETS CREATIVE ON X Pg-7 `3 - r Regd. No. Indore MP/ICD 216/2021-2023; EDITIONS: INDORE, BHOPAL, UJJAIN, MUMBAI, PUNE WORLD RUSSIA ACCUSES UKRAINE OF BIGGEST DRONE ATTACK r RNI No. mpeng/2010/35815 RAKSHA BANDHAN SPECIAL ‘SCHOOL LIFE IS THE BEST’ Pg-14 The sisters, filled with a mix of emotions, embrace their long-lost brother, unable to control their tears in Mandsaur. The boy had left house for hair-cutting. He remained untraceable for 17 years before being tracked by the cops. He is now 32 years old Happiness prevailed in a family of five sisters after meeting their brother, who went missing around 17 years back, ahead of Raksha Bandhan in Mandsaur district. Pankaj Suryavanshi (now 32 years old) of Bahi Parasnath village went missing from his house on November 7, 2005. Case against Diggy over wrong post OUR STAFF REPORTER email@example.com News Brief Shringar of Mahakal Jyotirling on Wednesday LS panel revokes Adhir's suspension NEW DELHI: The Privileges Committee of Lok Sabha on Wednesday unanimously adopted a resolution to revoke the suspension of Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury from the lower house. The resolution was adopted after Chowdhury appeared before the Committee and expressed regret over certain remarks made by him in the House which had led to his suspension from the Lok Sabha on the last day of the monsoon session of Parliament on August 11. HDK hospitalised after plaint of uneasiness BENGALURU: Janata Dal (Secular) leader and former Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy was admitted on Wednesday morning after weakness and discomfort. He was admitted at the Apollo Hospital in Jayanagar, Bengaluru. Vice President and Unit head Dr Govindaiah Yatheesh, in a press release said, "Mr HD Kumaraswamy, the former Chief Minister of Karnataka was admitted to Apollo speciality hospital, Jayanagar, under the care of Dr P Satishchandra and team." Contractor’s protest outside CM house BHOPAL: A Gwaliorbased couple on Wednesday sat in protest on a road outside Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan's residence on Wednesday, claiming they were fed up with the alleged 50 per cent commission being sought by government officials. A case was registered against former chief minister Digvijaya Singh following an alleged misleading post on his X account, formally known as Twitter, over a Jain temple in Kundalpur of Damoh, an official said on Wednesday. Following the case, the BJP attacked the exCM for misleading people through his tweet. The Ex-CM Singh, in a tweet on August 27, claimed that some "alleged anti-social elements of Bajrang Dal" ransacked the Jain temple complex at Kundalpur (in Damoh) on August 26 night and kept a "Shiv Pindi" there. Singh tagged the post to the chief minister and Director General of Police. He, however, later deleted the post. Damoh Additional Superintendent of Police Ab- Five labourers died due to alleged leakage of poisonous gas in a food product factory in Danela village of Morena district, said the police on Wednesday Chief . Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has expressed grief over the incident. Morena ASP Arvind Singh Thakur told reporters, that the incident took place at Sakshi Food Products factory in Danela village where labourers used to regularly clean the tank. The factory makes cherries from fruit peels. One man had climbed down into the tank to clean it and fell. To save him others went down the tank but too fell into it. It believed that presence of toxic gas led to their deaths. Howev- PLA constructing bunkers, tunnels at Aksai Chin ROUTINE EXERCISE NEW DELHI Chinese forces are learnt to have ramped up construction of reinforced bunkers and underground tunnels in Aksai Chin, according to reports citing data from satellite imagery . As per the reports,construction activities are tak- ing place in Aksai Chin, a territory held illegally by China, but historically claimed by India. The reports further said that Chinese forces have started carving tunnels and shafts alongside a narrow river valley, to construct bunkers and shelters. CONTD. ON P6 China has responded to India's objection of its new "standard" map - which claims ownership of Arunachal Pradesh and the Aksai Chin region in eastern Ladakh - calling it "the normal exercise of sovereignty in accordance with law". Wang Xiaojian, spokesperson of the Chinese Embassy in India, shared details of a briefing by Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin, in which he said, "We hope relevant sides stay objective and calm, and refrain from overinterpreting the issue." New ministers Fresh plea for survey of get portfolios wuzukhana in Gyanvapi OUR STAFF REPORTER firstname.lastname@example.org Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Wednesday distributed portfolios to three newly appointed ministers. Gourishankar Bisen has been given the charge of Narmada valley development department. Rajendra Shkula has been given public health engineering and public relations department and Rahul Lodhi has been appointed as minister of state for cottage and village industry (independent charge) and forest. The three ministers had taken oath on Saturday . The three portfolios - PHE, Narmada valley development and public relations - were with the chief minister. The cottage and village industries department was with minister Gopal Bhargava VARANASI: A fresh application has been moved before Varanasi district judge by Rakhi Singh, the main plaintiff in the Shringar Gauri case, demanding survey of the 'wuzukhana' (ablution pond), excluding the purported 'Shivling' found in it last year, in the Gyanvapi mosque by the ASI. The court has fixed September 8 for taking up the application. The ASI, at present, is surveying the mosque complex, excluding the 'wuzukhana' in which the purported ‘Shivling’ was found during a courtmandated survey on May 16, 2022. The Varanasi district judge ordered this survey on July 21 on an application filed by the other four plaintiffs in the Shringar Gauri case. Anupam Dwivedi, the lawyer of Rakhi Singh, who is a founder member of Vishwa Vedic Sanatan Sangh (VVSS), said that a 62-page application was moved before the court on Tuesday . CONTD. ON P6 Woman goes gaga over Shastri, wants hubby to look like him ROHAN D. UMAK email@example.com A hysterical yet grim issue of concern has emerged from the state capital Bhopal, in which a 40-yearold woman has turned psychotic after becoming a devotee of Bageshwar Dham and the priest in charge of the temple, Pandit Dhirendra Shastri. The woman, after becoming a The man is under depression, as his wife, who turned a devotee of Bageshwar Dham priest two years ago expects him to undergo makeover and assume the look analogous to Pandit Dhirendra Shastri devotee of Bageshwar Dham, has pasted pictures of shastri all over her house, and even in the bedroom, where once, a photo of her along with her husband used to hang. Not only this, the woman also expects her 44-year-old husband, a central government employee, to undergo a makeover and assume the look analogous to that of Shastri. CONTD. ON P6 said, "A 15-year-old boy Pankaj Suryavanshi (now 32) had gone missing from his house on November 7, 2005. On August 28, we managed to find him (Pankaj). It was a bit difficult to inquire about him as he has hearing and speaking problems. But we managed to ascertain that he was the only brother among five sisters. CONTD. ON P6 GAS LEAK KILLS 5 IN MORENA FACTORY OUR STAFF REPORTER Bhopal/Morena hishek Tiwari said following a complaint, the Kotwali police registered a case against Singh under the Indian Penal Code sections 153-A (promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion), 177 (furnishing false information) and 505(2) (statements conducing to public mischief) for the post on Kundalpur Jain temple. He said after a spot investigation of the Kundalpur Jain temple by the sub-divisional magistrate and sub-divisional officer of police, the news about the incident was found to be "without facts and misleading". CONTD. ON P6 Pankaj is the third child among of the family. According to the family members, Pankaj had gone for hair cutting and never returned. The family searched for him but in vain. Later, a missing complaint was registered with Pipliyamandi police station. YD (Yashodharman) Nagar police station incharge Dharmendra Yadav COUNSELLING ON: DOC Head of psychology department at LNCT university, and counsellor Dr Deepti Singhal told Free Press that the woman has been ailing with psychosis, which is not a disorder, but a state in which the person begins drifting apart from reality and creates a virtual world in his/her head. CONTD. ON P6 RS 1L GIVEN TO KIN OF LABOURERS Factory management has given Rs 1,000,00 to the next of kin of the labourers who lost their lives in the tragedy following district administration's intervention. The police started an inquiry into the case and the bodies were sent to their native villages after the postmortem. The family members of the labourers were so angry that they refused to perform the last rites. Nevertheless, district administration officials pacified them. The factory had sealed till the end of inquiry. Three brothers were among the dead, official sources said. er, it would be confirmed by post-mortem. A legal action would be taken in this matter, said the ASP. The factory makes processed cherries and sugar-free chemicals are used in food products. The owner would be booked if investigation faults him, he added. Meanwhile, Morena Collector Ankit Asthana said that they received information on Wednesday morning that a labourer of a fac- 29.40c. 21.60c Sunrise : 06.08 Sunset : 06.47 FPJ: www.freepressjournal.in for 24x7 updates 5 GIRLS ECSTATIC AS BROTHER ‘RETURNS’ AFTER 17 YRS FP NEWS SERVICE Mandsaur QUALITY AT VALUE WEATHER FP tory who was cleaning a tank of vegetable dump had probably drowned. In order to save him, four other workers climbed down in the tank and drowned. After receiving the information, the SDM and the SDOP rushed to the spot. All of them were rushed to the district hospital where civil surgeon Gajendra Singh Tomar declared them brought dead and sent the bodies for autopsy the offi, cials added. CONTD. ON P6 SMILE PLEASE Rover Pragyan snaps moon lander Vikram CHENNAI: India's moon rover has clicked a snap of its carrier -- the moon lander -- on the lunar soil, and the Indian space agency on Tuesday released the same. Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) in a post on the social media platform X on Tuesday said: "Smile, please! Pragyan Rover clicked an image of Vikram Lander this morning. The image was taken by the Navigation Camera onboard the Rover (NavCam). NavCams for the Chandrayaan-3 Mission are developed by the Laboratory for Electro-Optics Systems (LEOS)." Interestingly, ISRO has now called its moon lander as Vikram and the rover as Pragyan. Earlier the Indian space agency termed them just as Lander and Rover. The Indian space agency had called the lander and rover of its Chandrayaan-2 mission as Pragyan and Vikram. However, while attempting a soft landing on the moon, Vikram crashed down. India on August 23 reached the Moon with its lander safely landing on the lunar soil in a textbook style. Later the rover rolled down and started doing experiments. ISRO completes launch rehearsal of Aditya-L1 Giving an update on its Aditya-L1 mission to study the Sun, ISRO said on Wednesday the launch rehearsal and the rocket's internal checks have been completed. The mission is scheduled to be launched on September 2 at 11.50 am from the Sriharikota spaceport. It will be the first dedicated Indian space mission for observations of the Sun to be launched by the Bengaluru-headquartered space agency.