Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Students suffer as DAVV site remains shut for 3 days

    Indore: Thousands of students could not get admission and result updates from Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) for three days as its website shut down due to power failure. On Friday, the website stopped functioning as some fault occurred while electricity cables were laid by MP West Zone Electricity Distribution Company Ltd. “Power supply to our…

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  • Indore: Nearly 59k students for 30252 seats in BEd admissions

    Indore: Department of Higher Education (DHE) on Friday released final merit list of students seeking admissions in BEd colleges. The merit list consists of 59051 students against 30252 seats lying vacant in BEd colleges across the state. “BEd admission process was of three rounds. The first two rounds of online counselling filled as many as…

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  • Indore: MP may get exports worth USD 10 billion in 8 years

    Indore: Despite being a land locked state, Madhya Pradesh has huge potential to increase its exports. Value added soybean, agriculture and pharmaceutical products, solar energy equipments have huge potential for exports. If this potential is harnessed, then state can get exports worth USD 10 billion in next seven years. This is what report compiled on…

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  • Indore: Bihar examinees create nuisance at railway station

    Indore: Chaos marred city railway station when some examinees from Bihar created nuisance, on Monday night. It is said that the examinees created trouble after they were caught for travelling without tickets. They even misbehaved with other passengers also. Sources said that they had reached here on Friday last via a special train to take…

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  • Indore: Congress to hold protest in MP today

    Indore: Former All India Women Congress president and MP Congress party media in charge Shobha Oza lashed out at BJP-led state government on Monday and said it sponsored the rape of deaf and mute tribal girls in a hostel in Bhopal. “Government has funded the hostel and accused Ashwini Sharma, the hostel director, is an…

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    645 compact garbage vehicles to hit Mumbai roads as creative BMC looks to ease traffic woes

    MUMBAI: City’s civic body has now come up with an innovative idea to avoid traffic menace which is usually caused due to garbage lifting vehicles, to procure garbage compactors which has a side loading system. The new vehicles will be closed from behind and garbage bins will be lifted mechanically from side cabins. Besides this, motorists…

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  • Maharashtra ATS secretly snoops into terror outfit; likely to make more arrests

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) has questioned over 20 people in the course of weekend across the state who were directly or indirectly linked to Vaibhav Raut, Sharad Kalaskar and Sudanva Gondhalekar in relation to the possession of crude bombs and other explosive materials, widening the range of possible involvement of a bigger ring of…

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  • Plea challenges issuance of ‘online permits’ to sacrifice animals on Bakri Eid

    Mumbai: Nearly a week before the Bakri-Eid festival, a writ petition has been filed in the Bombay High Court challenging the issuance of ‘online permissions’ by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to slaughter goats and sheep, outside the Deonar abattoir premises. The plea seeks a ban on the slaughter of goats and sheep outside the…

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  • Bhopal: Now no hooters for netas’ vehicles

    Bhopal: Now netas would have to abandon their love for hooters atop their vehicles. Election Commission (EC) has come down hard on it and has issued strict instructions to get the hooters removed from the vehicles. “We had a meeting with the officials of the transport department and came to know that permission for hooters…

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  • Bhopal: Man gets lifer for killing brother over jealousy

    Bhopal: District and Sessions Court on Monday awarded lifer to a man for killing his elder brother out of jealousy in October 2016 in Aishbag. Wasim Ahmed, 26, was found murdered in his room on October 21, 2016. Wasim was pursuing physician course in Unani Medical College, Kolar. His younger brother Nasim Ahmed also wanted to…

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