Free Press Journal
  • Education officers on deputation to retire at 62

    Indore: Madhya Pradesh Higher Education Department has declared 62 years as the age of retirement for the principals, professors and assistant professors attached with the department on deputation. As per the orders released by Deputy Secretary CV Padwar, the deputation period of the principals, professors, assistant professors, librarians and sports officers will not be counted as class room teaching so that they will not be benefited with the retirement age of 65

  • Satta bazaar eyes Rs 4000 cr boom in Malwa belt

    Indore: Bookies are extremely busy these days. They are mainly focusing their attention on two mega events— Lok Sabha Elections- 2014 and the ongoing ICC T- 20 World Cup in Bangladesh, and Madhya Pradesh provide them enough fodder.

  • CET date to be finalised today

    Indore: The much- awaited date of common entrance test ( CET) being conducted by Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya ( DAVV) for admissions in professional courses offered by its teaching departments would be decided on Thursday.

  • 15- year- old boy shot at

    Miscreants tried to attack a pujari but bullet accidentally hit the boy

  • One more MGM student arrested MP PMT scam

    Indore: Madhya Pradesh Special Task Force ( MPSTF) arrested a first year MBBS student of MGM Medical College in connection with the MP- PMT scam, on Wednesday. The accused was presented in the court and sent to jail for 15 days.

  • Mahajan holds meetings in Chandan Nagar

    Indore: Sitting BJP MP Sumitra Mahajan visited constituency number 1 and participated in various area meetings along with MLA Sudarshan Gupta, Dr Umashashi Sharma and other party activists here on Tuesday.

  • 3 women attacked by mother- son duo

    Indore: Three women lodged a complaint against a mother- son duo for attacking them with knife in Khajarana area here on Tuesday. The victims’ family rushed them to hospital.Police registered a case and started investigations.

  • Indian SMEs have power to lead world: Experts

    • They need to prepare their DPR bankable
    • SBI gives Rs 15000 crore loans to SMEs in Indore

    Indore : Indian SMEs have the power to lead the world but they need capital and technology. Hence, they must prepare their DPR bankable along with the third party ratings.It is beneficial for the banks as well as the SMEs.

  • Accountant in Lok Ayukta net

    Indore: Indore Lok Ayukta police laid a trap and caught an accountant of Tribal Welfare Department while accepting Rs7000 as a bribe.

  • Half burnt body of youth found

    Ujjain: Sensation prevailed in the outskirts of the city after a half- burnt body of a youth was found near Jamalpura village on Wednesday. The deceased was identified as Bherulal ( 29), son of Gangaram, a resident of village Nayakhedi by his mother. The deceased was missing since last twenty days.

  • Political parties gear up for LS polls

    Ujjain: Different blocks and boards of BJP and Congress parties are gearing up for Lok Sabha elections by hosting meetings, discussions at block levels. Woman Congress Committee organised a meeting of presidents of different blocks here on Wednesday.

  • City body builders shine in state championship

    Ujjain : City body builders won medals in 40th Senior, 27th Masters and 16th Physically Challenged Statelevel Body Building Championship organised at Indore recently. The championship was organised at Ravindra Natyagriha Indore under the aegis of State Body Building Association MP. Umesh Panwar and Sankalp Sathe won gold and silver medals respectively.

  • National Malkhamb championship on March 29, 30

    Ujjain: Lokmanya Tilak Sanskritik Nyas will host the national Malkhamb championship at Lokmanya Tilak School under the aegis of Malkhamb Federation of India on March 29 and 30.

  • Suspend IPL until integrity of the game is restored: Manohar

    New Delhi : Stating that the “revelation” in the recent IPL fixing scandal could only be the tip of the iceberg, former BCCI President Shashank Manohar called for the suspension of the IPL till a thorough probe by the CBI nails the culprits and the game is cleaned up.

  • Srinivasan should have resigned long back: Bindra

    New Delhi : Former BCCI president I.S Bindra feels current chief N Srinivasan should have resigned long time back and said it was his continuation at the helm of affairs which brought Indian cricket to a “sorry state”. “My view was very clear from last one year. In the first meeting in Chennai I had said the same thing. I have been writing in my blog. He should have resigned long time

  • Struggling Eng face uphill task against in-from Lanka

    Chittagong : Their campaign opener against New Zealand spoilt by rain, 2010 champions England face a difficult task of taming table-toppers Sri Lanka to keep their semi-final hopes alive in the ICC World T20 today.
    England were left ruing the weather after their effort of posting 172/6 went in vain and they lost by nine runs to New Zealand via Duckworth-Lewis method last Saturday.