Free Press Journal
  • Master plan to deal with natural calamities

    INDORE: To deal with natural and manmade calamities, the district administration would come up with a detailed master plan. In the direction, various officials of government departments and specialists would be roped in to fulfill the objective. Micro plans would be made to prepare individual areas which would be found vulnerable to such calamities.

  • Better be a couch potato on marathon day

    Mumbai :  Doctors have advised asthmatics and kids to avoid the marathon on Sunday because of the heavy smog in the mornings. As it is, doctors are swamped with smog-related cases ailments of morning walkers and school-going children over the past fortnight.

  • Police arrest two for threatening

    Indore: Two miscreants were arrested from Nayapura on Thursday for threatening a youth of dire consequences. According to TI, MG road police KL Dangi, on January 14 Mohammad Salim lodged a complaint against the accused. In the complaint, the victim stated that when he was returning his house on January 14 night, Guddu alias Atthariya and Tarun Jaiswal started a quarrel with him over a petty matter and they even threatened him

  • MP projects to get Centre’s approval soon: Kamalnath

    Indore: Union Urban Development Minister Kamalnath during a meeting in New Delhi with Madhya Pradesh’s Urban Administration Minister Kailash Vijayvargiya said that all the projects of the state would soon get approval from his ministry.

  • Partially burnt body of TCS techie found

    Mumbai :  Five days after a 23-year-old female engineer, a native of Hyderabad who was working in Mumbai, went missing, her partially burnt body was found near the Kanjur Marg stretch of the Eastern Express Highway on Thursday evening.

  • Guidelines issued to IT cos about women

    Indore: The State Labour Department has issued guidelinescum- directives to prevent harassment of women in IT companies while respective government officers have been asked to enforce the guidelines. In this regard, Labour Commissioner KC Gupta released a circular, asking officials to ensure implementation of the newly- released guidelines in those offices of Information Technology companies where women are engaged in work from 9 pm to 7 am. The officials are also directed

  • Rape of minor girl: 3 get 7- yr jail

    Indore: The Additional Sessions Court on Thursday sentenced three persons including a woman to seven years imprisonment for rape and abduction of a minor girl. Additional sessions judge Savita Dubey awarded the sentence to the trio in Indore.

  • Soon, DAVV students can see their answer sheets at home

    Indore: Students of colleges affiliated to the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya ( DAAV) would soon be able to see their answer sheets while being at home. The university is gearing up to introduce a facility under which students would be able to view soft copy of their answer script online.

  • Mehr Tarar

    Tharoor caught between a blonde and a brunette

    New Delhi/Islamabad :  Union Minister Shashi Tharoor on Thursday was caught in a cross-border tweet war involving his wife and a Pakistani woman journalist with charges of an alleged online affair flying thick and fast.

  • Action likely against fraudulent service provider

    Indore: The Voluntary Compliance Encouragement Scheme ( VCES) received overwhelming response in the entire jurisdiction of Indore Commissionerate. More than 600 declarations were received involving a total amount of Rs 49.15 crore. On the last day of the scheme ie December 31, 2013 itself, around 250 declarations were received.

  • Workshop on ‘ Disaster Management’ kicks off

    Ujjain: A two- day workshop on ‘ Disaster Management’ was inaugurated at School of Studies in Environment Management of Vikram University on Thursday under the aegis of Home Guard Department. SP Anurag Kumar was the chief guest while ADM Avadhesh Sharma, Divisional Commandant K S Parihar, ASP Pankaj Srivastava and others were present on this occasion.

  • Pt Om Vyas Om memorial Kavi Sammelan on Jan 22

    Ujjain : Pt Om Vyas Om memorial Akhil Bharatiya Kavi Sammelan will be organised at Tower Chowk on January 22 under the aegis of Om Hasyay Namah. According to MP Directorate of Culture director Sriram Tiwari, Pt Vyas memorial Kavi Sammelan was initiated by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan in 2010. This is the fourth occasion of hosting Kavi Sammelan. Poets Ashok Chakradhar, Pt Surendra Sharma, Kumar Vishwas, Munnawar Rana,

  • DYNASTY WILL WAIT TILL CONG IS SURE OF A WIN

    ”A clear conclusive and a massive defeat is awaiting the Congress, so they thought why should we name Rahul Gandhi as the prime ministerial candidate”

  • UP govt may be in spot over a custodial death

    New Delhi :  The Samajwadi Party government in Uttar Pradesh is in for more trouble: the custodial killing of an alleged terror accused, Khalid Mujahid, has reached the Supreme Court. Khalid’s uncle’s petition seeking a CBI probe into his mysterious death in custody is listed for hearing on Friday.

  • Jeweller duped of 6 gold chains worth Rs 2.5 lakh in broad daylight

    Ujjain: Two miscreants duped a city jeweller stealing six gold chains worth Rs 2.5 lakh in broad daylight in the city on Thursday. Miscreants entered the jewelry shop with cash of Rs 80,000 and asked jeweler to show gold chains.

  • Youth arrested for raping minor

    Ujjain: A youth was arrested by Jiwajiganj police on Thursday for raping a minor girl and blackmailing her with objectionable video clips.

  • SC tells media to back off in judge, intern face-off

    New Delhi :  In a relief to former Supreme Court judge Justice Swatanter Kumar, the Delhi High Court on Thursday restrained the media from publishing and broadcasting the contents of the law intern’s complaint of sexual harassment against him.