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    People speak: Change Indore city’s face not name

    Indore: As Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) has decided to push for changing the name of Indore to Indur, residents of city criticised the move as a diversion from basic civil works and development. Some residents stated that the IMC should seek public opinion before considering such proposals. Residents discussed various issues like road blockages, potholes,…

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  • Indore: When life throws lemons, make lemonade with a twist

    Indore: Create Stories Social Welfare Society celebrated their group’s anniversary on World Kindness Day with a grand event ‘Loving Life: Jeene Ka Andaaz’ held at Emerald Heights International School on Monday. Interacting with students, president of the NGO discussed the ill effects of internet and encouraged students to spend more time with nature instead of…

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    Indore: Bunking does not affect results, it gives memories for lifetime

    Indore: Revisiting the child in them, professionals from different fields recalled the best time of their childhood and remembered their experience of ‘bunking classes’ especially during college days for a quick snack and chatting getaways. Though most of them had bunked classes, it never affected their results as self studying was fruitful. Agreeing to the…

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  • Indore: Memories of friend reignited his passion for cycling

    Indore: Trying to keep environment and roads clean by cycling to workplace and frequent travels, 41-year-old Lieutenant Colonel Parampreet Singh Kochar describes his cycling experience as a lover’s tale and explains the importance of cycling over driving. With a lesson of eco-friendly living, his life experience shares a tale of moving on and acceptance. Sharing…

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  • Indore: Tabla’s rhythm turned science student into Master of kathak

    Indore: Choosing profession based on passion and not possibilities, kathak dancer Smriti Aditya teaches an important life lesson to her students along with graceful dance moves. Quoting the importance of following passion in life, her advice is doing what one enjoys and having faith that opportunities will follow. Though unaware about classical dance for most…

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  • Indore: Maharaja Then & Now: Contemplating changes in infrastructure to family structure

    Indore: From single storey houses to skyscrapers, the city has changed enormously in the last couple of decades. Observing changes in infrastructure, family structures and personalities of human beings, former maharajah Narendra Singh Jhabua spoke about various pros and cons of the changes with Free Press. Sharing his learnt knowledge from life, Singh said “I…

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    Indore: Women of Substance: Fighting odds and dancing to the end of love

    Indore: Holding endless strength in layers of beauty, grace and art, a woman aptly defines life in her way of existence with nature and surroundings. Sadly, her road to self-discovery is often hurdled by traditions, rituals and rules meant for ideal behaviour. But, overlooking these bondages, women of substance work hard and pave a way…

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    Indore: Free Press Cycling Initiative: Diaries of a diehard pedal pusher

    Indore: Keeping balance is an art that we learn best from cycling and eventually, when we stop pedalling, we even lose our life balance with environment, health and peace. Having re-discovered the joy of cycling four years back, 39-year-old dentist Dr RB Singh feels cycling is the best way to control pollution while staying fit….

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  • Indore: Net can make & break one’s life

    Indore: Reviving an era sans Internet and smart phones, Create Stories Social Welfare Society organised ‘Internet par Gupshup’ at a café here on Sunday. While internet has connected people all over the world, it has also created a gulf among people living together and resulted in anxiety and depression even among young children. Confessing their…

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  • Indore: Day of the Deployed A day worthy of attention

    Indore: Most soldiers sacrifice their luxuries and live a challenging life away from their families to protect all the families in the country. Defending our country and keeping everyone safe, these warriors overcome numerous challenges and explore different facets of humanity every day. Acknowledging the challenges of women and men in armed forces and their…

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    Indore: Ensure stress-free environment for your pets this Diwali

    Indore: Crackers, increased pollution are side-effects of the festival of light that brightens nights and brings family together. While most people with asthma lock themselves inside and take extra care to avert getting an attack, the most tragic situation is for pets. Traumatised by loud unpredictable sounds and flashing lights, pet dog feel jittery, wanting…

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  • Indore: Jheel Gaon A paradise in vicinity beyond Google’s knowledge

    Indore: With adventure and nature, Jheel Gaon is a place that is still unknown to even Google. However, its vast and untouched forests are a must visit sight for people, especially adventure seekers and nature lovers. From sitting by a calm brook to trekking in nearby areas, the place is ideal for explorers. Located near…

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