Free Press Journal
  • One dead in US Navy helicopter crash

    Washington: One crewman died in a hospital and another was missing after a US Navy helicopter crashed Wednesday off the coast in the US state of Virginia.

  • Fire scare in another train; prompt rly staff avert tragedy

    Bangalore: Smoke emanating from underneath a coach of a train bound for Dadar in Mumbai from here caused anxious moments before it was put out by the railway crew at Chincholi station in Belgaum District of Karnataka, a senior police officer said.

  • Khobragade’s lawyer ‘considering’ other options

    New York: The lawyer of Devyani Khobragade is not losing hope after a US court denied the Indian diplomat’s request to extend the January 13 deadline for a hearing in her visa fraud case, saying he is “considering” other options.

  • Woman PCR makes surprise inspection of coaching institutes

    Ujjain: The Woman PCR unit on Wednesday evening made surprise inspection of coaching institutes across the city. PCR incharge SI Aradhana Raikwar led the inspection along with four cops. Cops made intense inspection of the buildings located in Freeganj and Tower areas where coaching institutes are running.

  • PhD entrance test tentatively on March 9

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya ( DAVV) would conduct its second PhD entrance test in March, nearly one and a half year after the first test was held. The tentative date is March 9. The university officers said that they were gearing up to hold the second PhD entrance test for nearly 250 vacant seats.

  • ‘ Indore Mahotsav’ at Regional Park from February 14

    Indore: ‘ Indore Mahotsav’ would be organised at Regional Park from February 14 to 16 in which acrobatics, handicraft fairs, food fair, rock band, comic poet convention, traditional programme and others would be organized.

  • Frequent dose of antibiotics to kids can be harmful: Experts

    Indore: The National Conference of Paediatricians, Pedicon- 2014, organised by Indian Academy of Paediatrics, began here on Wednesday with an aim to reduce Infant Mortality Rate ( IMR) and Neonatal Mortality Rate ( NMR).

  • Anti- encroachment drive in Banganga today

    Eight officers each of the district administration and the IMC will conduct the operation. 25 religious places will be shifted.

  • Girl succumbs to injuries

    Indore: The 20- year- old engineering student, who had met with an accident at a farmhousecum- park on Khandwa Road in Simrol area while celebrating her 20th birthday on January 5, succumbed to her injuries during treatment on Wednesday.

  • ‘ No NOC required for cadaver donation’

    Indore: Now, people do not have to take NOC from the police for donating organs of their kin. This decision was taken in a meeting chaired by Divisional Commissioner Sanjay Dubey, on Wednesday. While addressing media persons, Dubey said that they were trying to ease the process of cadaver and organ donation. “ Now, the family members don’t need NOC from the police to donate organs.

  • Leakage in fuel tank delays A- I flight

    Indore: Passengers of Air India’s Delhi- bound flight faced inconvenience on Wednesday when leakage in fuel tank of the aircraft delayed their trip by over 6 hours. Passengers have been experiencing delays during last few days due to dense fog in city and New Delhi. But, on Wednesday, they faced technical problem in the aircraft which unnecessarily delayed their trip to Northern Metro. A- I’s AIC- 635 arrived here at scheduled time

  • Ton-up Yadav saves the day for Mumbai

    Suryakumar scores a timely century to steer the hosts to safety after an early collapse against Maharashtra on Day One of their quarters match

  • IMS presentation found unsatisfactory during mock NAAC team’s visit

    Indore: With just six days remaining for National Assessment and Accreditation Council ( NAAC) peer team’s visit to the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya ( DAVV) to assess its standards for renewing accreditation, a mock visit was conducted at some teaching departments, on Wednesday by a team comprising subject experts from outside the university, which found presentation by Institute of Management Studies ( IMS) ‘ unsatisfactory’. The institute was advised to improve its presentation.

  • CM ‘ conscience’ makes him roll back the decision IMFL at liquor shops

    BHOPAL: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, in a meeting of party’s state executive body, announced foreign liquor would not be sold from country- made liquor shops. Chauhan said that the state government would withdraw the decision taken by the cabinet.

  • Dinda-Kartik involved in a verbal spat

    Kolkata: There was no love lost between Bengal and Railways cricketers as veteran India discard Murali Kartik was involved in another verbal altercation with mercurial Bengal speedster Ashoke Dinda on the first day of their Ranji Trophy quarterfinal match on Wednesday.A day after both teams termed it all past and captains Laxmi Ratan Shukla and Murali Kartik were engaged in a photo-op, Dinda was seen having a verbal exchange with

  • Bhajji’s knock rescues Punjab

    Coming back after a shoulder niggle that kept him out for more than six weeks, Harbhajan clobbered eight fours and six sixes in his 80-ball 92.

  • MI to choose between Johnson and Malinga ahead of IPL auctions

    New Delhi:Defending champions Mumbai Indians are all set to keep their core group of players intact as they are all set to use their five retentions for the upcoming IPL VII with the choice between Ashes hero Mitchell Johnson and Sri Lankan slinger Lasith Malinga.While skipper Rohit Sharma and West Indies all-rounder Kieron Pollard are most certain to be retained, the choice for the second foreigner will be between Johnson