Free Press Journal
  • Earth’s climate likely to continue warming despite slowdown

    Washington: Researchers have shown that Earth’s climate likely will continue to warm during this century on track with previous estimates, despite the recent slowdown in the rate of global warming.

  • Components of Venus` acidic cloud cover identified

    Washington: A team of researchers used rainbow-like light phenomenon observed on Venus cloud tops to identify the components of the planet’s acidic cloud cover.

  • Missing jet may have turned back,search widened to Andaman Sea

    Kuala Lumpur: Authorities today said a missing Malaysian plane with 239 people aboard may have changed course before losing contact, as multinational search operations were widened to hundreds of kilometres from the original radius to cover the Andaman Sea.

  • Crops ruined; farmer father, son hang self in field

    • Son ended life after seeing devastated crops; father followed suit
    • Agitated residents stage chakka jam; protest slow pace of survey

    BHOPAL: A debt- ridden farmer and his son committed suicide at Ramgada village in Damoh district late on Monday night, swelling the toll of hail and untimely rainrelated deaths in the State.

  • Four MPBSE students submit forged mark- sheets; held

    BHOPAL: The STF of MP police arrested four employees of MP Board of Secondary Education ( MPBSE) for getting promotion through bogus mark sheets of II standard.

  • Enforce Property Distortion Act strictly: Collector

    Indore: District Collector and District Election Officer Aakash Tripathi issued directives to officials for enforcing the Madhya Pradesh Property Distortion Act strictly in the district. Teams have been constituted to remove any distortion, may it be form of wall painting, posters or banners, from any government and non- government buildings.

  • SCHOOL VAN RUNS OVER 3- R OLD GIRL

    Indore: A three- year- old girl was crushed to death by a school van in Banganga area while she was playing outside her residence on Tuesday. Family members took her to a hospital but she could not be saved. People nabbed the accused van driver and handed him over to the police.

  • NO RESPITE FOR TA- PAERS

    • Due to CTS, cheques are taking time of 8 to 10 days to encash.
    • Last date of payment of advance tax is March 15

    Indore: The tax- payers are not getting any respite at the time when the last date for advance tax payment is March 15. They are facing trouble because cheques are taking 8 to 10 days for clearing.

  • Fire breaks out in confectionery unit

    Indore: A panic like situation prevailed in Nemawar road area when a chocolate unit caught fire on Tuesday morning. Local residents tried to douse the fire but their efforts went in vain. Fire brigade was informed, which reached the spot and controlled the fire after hard labour.

  • 13- year- old girl delivers child

    Indore: A 13- year- girl delivered a baby boy through Caesarean section at M Hospital. She was admitted to the hospital by employees of Rehabilitation Centre, Ujjain. As per information, the patient is mentally unstable and she delivered a healthy baby boy about a week ago.

  • Banks, BSNL staff to urge electorate to cast vote

    • In last general election, the polling percentage was 50.4%
    • 207 polling booths are identified for special attention.

    Indore: To improve poll percentage in the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections, the officials of banks and BSNL will urge their customers to cast votes. This step was taken to improve voting turnout in those areas where polling percentage was very low in last parliamentary election.

  • PhD student hangs herself at cop’s room

    Indore: A 26- year- old PhD student hanged herself in the residence of a police constable in Bhanwarkuan area, on Tuesday. The reason of her suicide is not known.Police suspect that it could be a result of love affair. The Police sent the body for postmortem and started investigations.

  • Ragini, Naadyog troupe thank people for support

    Indore: After winning ‘ India’s got talent season 5’, the winners Ragini Makkar and her troupe held a press conference here on Tuesday to thank and express their gratitude to the city. The troupe also took out a rally before the press meet.

  • Sports teacher arrested for unnatural act with student

    Ujjain: A sports teacher was arrested for sodomising his student here on Tuesday. Accused was thrashed by public as they found him committing the unnatural act with the boy. Later, police arrested the accused.