Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Chikitsak Nagar-1, Bhuri Takeri report highest alcohol & drug abuse

    Chikitsak Nagar-1, Bhuri Tekri and Chikitsak Nagar-2 are among most affected areas in the city in alcohol and drug abuse cases, according to a survey. The survey, conducted by Eva Welfare Organisation on the suggestion of DIG Harinarayanachari Mishra, revealed that liquor and drug abuse cases in many backward localities are above 60 percent. “In…

    Continue Reading ...
  • Indore: 30,000 government employees to be deployed for election work

    Preparations for the forthcoming assembly elections are in full swing in the district. Around 30,000 government officers and staff will be deployed for making different arrangements in the district for the elections. The services of these employees will be taken as polling parties, counting parties, sector magistrate, for election material distribution, etc. Department wise and…

    Continue Reading ...
  • Indore: Private hospital refuses to hand over body over pending bill

    A private hospital refused to hand over body of a 13-year-old patient to kin over pending bills. The incident came to light on Tuesday, when family members approached district administration in jansunwai and lodged a complaint against the hospital in Rajendra Nagar. The family claimed that they had to sell their house to settle hospital…

    Continue Reading ...
  • Indore: Freakish weather offers relief, raises anxiety

    The unexpected changes in weather on Tuesday raised hope of more rainfall but indicated uncertainty as rain stopped in city after brief spells. Inadequate rainfall in Indore district has caused anxiety among farmers and residents.  After days of oppressive heat, dark clouds opened up on Tuesday evening and offered much needed relief to residents. Light…

    Continue Reading ...
  • Indore: Devi Ahilyabai Holkar is the Asia Pacific Region’s best airport

    Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport has won the best airport of Asia-Pacific Region award of Airport Council International (ACI). Airport director airport director Aryama Sanyal received the award during inauguration of ACI Customer Excellence Global Summit held in Halifex Canada on September 12. The award is a recognition of quality passenger services in 2017 through passengers’…

    Continue Reading ...
  • Indore: CAT Registration deadline extended to September 26

    In a major relief to candidates who have not registered for common admission test (CAT)-2018, a gateway to Indian Institutes of Management, IIM Calcutta has extended the registration deadline from September 19 to September 26. “CAT 2018 registration ends on September 26, 2018 (5 pm),” a notice issued by the test conducting agency stated on…

    Continue Reading ...
  • Bhopal: 16 lakh apply in 1.5 months to add their names in voter’s list

    Chief electoral officer (CEO) VL Kantharao, interacting with the journalists here on Monday, said 16 lakh people have applied in one-and-a-half month in MP to add their names in the voter’s list.Kantharao said that all such applications were being examined after which decision would be taken. 7 lakh persons have applied to exclude their names…

    Continue Reading ...
  • Bhopal: Rahul road show flop, speech visionless, says Narottam Mishra- Minister for public relations

    Minister for public relations Narottam Mishra, termed the road show of Congress national president Rahul Gandhi as a flop show. Mishra, interacting with media persons here on Monday, dubbed Congress chief Rahul Gandhi’s address at a public gathering here as “visionless and devoid of any commitment”. He alleged that Rahul even did not come out…

    Continue Reading ...
  • Bhopal: Tickets on basis of survey, women on priority

    AICC president Rahul Gandhi tried his best to boost the morale of Congress workers. He said for him public comes first then comes Congress workers and after that comes leaders. When Congress forms the government workers voice would be heard and one who does not open doors to a worker would not remain on chair…

    Continue Reading ...
  • Bhopal: Law makers demand more BSNL towers better broadband speed

    Members of Parliament (MPs) met BSNL CGM on Monday and demanded more Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) Towers in their respective Lok Sabha constituencies to get rid of call drops problems. Bhopal MP Alok Sanjar said, “We have conveyed our problems regarding call drops. BSNL is supposed to take prompt initiatives in this regards. New…

    Continue Reading ...