Free Press Journal
  • Close shave for passengers as car rams into railings

    Indore: A speeding car rammed into the railings of Juni Indore Bridge after hitting an electricity pole and road divider, on Sunday morning. The car was badly damaged in the accident. However, no one was injured in the incident. According to Juni Indore police, the incident took place early on Sunday morning.

  • DAVV has to give its best in NAAC’s 1000 marks paper

    Indore: Ju’st dreaming won’t get the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya ( DAVV) the Grade A tag. Rather it has to prove that it meets all the key aspects weighing 1000 points set by National Assessment and Accreditation Council to nine- member peer team coming to the university on three- day visit from January 15- 17.

  • Labourer dies as truck runs over him

    Indore: A labourer died when he was crushed under the wheels of a truck carrying mixer machine, on Saturday night near SGSTIS. The incident occurred when the labourer was sleeping on roadside covering himself with a black polythene sheet. The truck moved over his head and he died on the spot.

  • Married woman raped

    Indore: A woman of Palhar Nagar was raped by her acquaintance, who gave some intoxicant in the name of pain- killer, on Saturday. The accused was identified as Kamal Patelof Niranjanpur.The accused had good relation with a family of Palhar Nagar. On Saturday, when he came to their house, the woman was all alone. But, owing to good relations, she trusted him and also offered him tea.

  • Girl sexually exploited by friend for two years

    Indore: One youth enticed a girl promising marriage and sexually exploited her for over two years. But, when the girl forced him for marriage, the youth denied and made some casteist remarks. Upset over the matter, the girl made an abortive attempt to end life. Police registered a case.

  • IIT- Indore will introduce you to research work

    Indore: Want to do doctoral research degree programme but don’t know how to do research? Don’t worry. Join a short- term course offered by IIT- I on “ Introduction to research”. The course will expose you to important aspects of research. The course duration is two days and commences on March 22.

  • Prakashparv: Massive procession taken out

    Indore: A massive nagar kirtan procession was taken out on the occasion of 348th Prakashparv of Sri Guru Gobind Singhji, on Sunday. Thousands of devotees along with people of other faiths celebrated the Prakashparv with religious fervors and gaiety. The kirtan participants recited bhajans and were following ‘ Nishaan Sahib’. The kirtani jatha was also a part of the event. ouths of the jatha were seen cleaning the streets.

  • Protest against ‘ Domestic violence’ law

    Indore: “ Forum against Misuse of Section 498- A” staged a protest against domestic violence law at Regal Square on Sunday. President of the Forum Ashok Dashora and Secretary Dr MM Qurreshi stated that on the pretext of dowry law, women misuse it and cause suffering to innocent men. They even cited the Supreme Court’s observation, which stated that there is an urgent need of amendment of such law.

  • Richest civic body has no money for shrouds

    Mumbai :  The BMC may be the richest civic body in India with its budget exceeding that of several small states but its hospitals do not provide shrouds for the dead.

  • AAP to rekindle politics of hope

    AAP to rekindle politics of hope

    New Delhi :  After a stunning electoral debut in the Delhi state assembly elections, where it rode to power on the strength of a minority government, the Aam Aadmi Party is now preparing to go national and is beginning a nationwide membership drive on January 10. To attract numbers, it has also waived off its modest Rs.10 membership fee as well.

  • Well Urn-ed victory

    Australia crush England to seal 5-0 whitewash

  • RAkhi Birla

    AAP minister’s car attacked

    New Delhi: Delhi Social Welfare Minister and Aam Aadmi Party leader Rakhi Birla’s car was attacked on Sunday evening in her Mangolpuri constituency but she escaped unhurt. ‘’Someone threw an object at my car causing a crack in the windscreen,” Birla told the police in her complaint.

  • Sex on assurance of marriage ‘not rape’

    New Delhi :  Pre-marital sex is “immoral” and against the “tenets of every religion”, a Delhi court has said while holding that every act of sexual intercourse between two adults on the promise of marriage does not constitute rape.

  • Cook vows to rebuild England

    Sydney: Captain Alastair Cook stated on Sunday that he knows what it takes to rebuild shattered England from the rubble of their 5-0 Ashes series humiliation against Australia. The abject tourists collapsed all out for 166 off just 31.4 overs and in 147 minutes to go down by a whopping 281 runs to the dominant Australians in the final Sydney Test.

  • Ready for South Africa challenge: Clarke

    It’s been a roller-coaster ride… the start of 2013 certainly didn’t go anywhere near as well as we would have liked. I thought we had the makings of winning the Ashes comfortably, but not 5-0. We need to move forward as a team and win away from home
    Michael Clarke

  • Even sky is not the limit, now

    Sriharikota :  India on Sunday joined the select league of space-faring nations with indigenous cryogenic engine technology. It did so by successfully launching its cryogenic-propelled rocket — endearingly called the naughty boy for its earlier waywardness — that put a communication satellite in orbit.

  • Australia leapfrogs England and Pakistan into third place

    Dubai: India held on to their second spot even as a resurgent Australia leapfrogged to third in the latest ICC Test rankings after whitewashing England 5-0 in the Ashes series on Sunday. Australia’s 281-runs victory over England in the fifth and final Test in Sydney on Sunday has helped them jump two places to third on the table.

  • Eusebio, the ‘Black Panther’ who lit up 1966 WC dead

    Lisbon: Known as the ‘Black Panther’ or simply ‘The King’, football legend Eusebio, who has died aged 71, reigned over Portuguese football in the 1960s, bringing glory to both his club Benfica and his country.The top scorer in the 1966 World Cup and considered one of the best footballers of all time, Eusebio da Silva Ferreira died of cardio-pulmonary arrest early Sunday morning.

  • Resurgent Hewitt stuns Federer for Brisbane win

    Brisbane: Australia’s Lleyton Hewitt stunned top seed Roger Federer of Switzerland to win the Brisbane International on Sunday. Hewitt raced through the first set and then held off a comeback from the world number six to win 6-1, 4-6, 6-3 in two hours and seven minutes.It was Hewitt’s 29th title on the ATP tour but his first since 2010, when he also beat Federer in the final at

  • Wawrinka clinches his second Chennai open title

    Chennai: Top seed Stanislas Wawrinka lifted his fifth ATP World Tour title and second Chennai Open trophy after a convincing straight sets win over Edouard Roger-Vasselin in the final, here on Sunday.The world number eight, who won a title here in 2011, scored a dominating 7-5 6-2 win in the summit clash, which lasted one hour and 35 minutes. Roger-Vasselin was trying to win his first ATP title but going