Free Press Journal
  • Miscreants breaks main pipeline to disrupt city’s water supply

    Neemuch: Some miscreants broke the main water supply pipeline from Hingoria filter plant to the city and tried to disrupt the water supply in the city, on Saturday. Getting this information, the municipal council president Neeta Harish Dua directed for the repairing work and also for making a complaint to the police for strict action.

  • Many denied BEd entrance test, protests staged outside centres

    Indore: SEVERAL candidates in the city were denied entrance test for admission in BEd course, on Sunday as they did not comply with rules laid down by the exam conducting body i.e. Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB) also known as Vyapam.

  • Indorean among 12 lucky students selected by RRCAT

    Indore: Indore student, Rajshree Khare, is among 12 lucky candidates selected by Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology (RRCAT) for its prestigious young scientist research programme (YSRP)-2014. Rajshree is a student of Institute of Engineering Technology (IET) of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV).

  • Sanjiv Saxena to move SC against HC decision

    Bhopal:  Congress leader Sanjiv Saxena will challenge the High Court decision regarding rejection of his bail, in the Supreme Court. Saxena had contested Vidhan Sabha elections from Bhopal South on Congress ticket in 2013.

  • EC no to MPs, MLAs, mayors as counting agents

    Bhopal: The Election Commission has clarified that apart from Central and state ministers, Members of Parliament, MLAs, Mayors of municipal corporations, chairpersons/presidents of Nagar Palikas, Zila Parishad, Panchayat, Union etc. also cannot be appointed as counting agents whether they are given security cover or not.

  • To do or not to do

    It is a time when anyone who can take a shortcut to a destination, he will. In any life process, these shortcuts will exist. The ethical implications are hardly considered, though!

  • Tele auto-rickshaws ensure safety of women

    Indore: Travelling alone in odd hours without your own vehicle can be a real pain. People face problem of unavailability of autos every now and then, and in case of women it becomes a risky one.But, Atal Indore City Transport Service Limited (AICTSL) has taken an initiative for this problem as in association with Wisinum Group, it has launched a 24×7 tele auto-rickshaw helpline (9098098098) through which commuters can book autos for

  • ‘Loo’king bad

    In a multi-part series, Knowledge looks into the infrastructure issues that students face in colleges. The most common? Unclean toilets

  • Co supervisor flees with Rs 22,000

    Indore: One resident of Simrol, serving as an employee of a Delhi-based online marketing company fled away with Rs 22,000 cash collected from customers, instead of depositing it in the company. Police have filed a case and started investigations. According to police, they received a complaint from Virendra Jileysingh, a resident of New Delhi against Jitendra son of Balaram Chaudhari, a resident of village Simrol regarding embezzlement of his company’s money.


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  • Naveen keeps all guessing

    Bhubaneswar: Odisha Chief Minister and BJD chief Naveen Patnaik is keeping people guessing about his post-poll strategy on a possible Third Front by saying it is still too early to discuss the topic.

  • Modi: My govt will focus on manufacturing, infrastructure

    BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate outlines party’s economic agenda- clear projects in fast-track mode, push for single-window clearance system, focus on reviving economic growthand protect the interest of farmers in land acquisition (more…)

  • At par?

    The country wants the standard of education and universities to match that of developed countries, and yet the admission procedures do not match. Reena Jhaveri finds out if

  • Azamgarj terror base: Shah

    Azamgarh/Ballia: Narendra Modi’s close aide Amit Shah on Sunday landed in yet another controversy by dubbing Azamgarh as a “base of terrorists”, drawing a sharp reaction from the ruling Samajwadi Party, which demanded that Election Commission should take cognisance of the remarks and act against him.

  • Care no longer

    One morning, when Forum Mehta started her class, she did not lock the door as always. The locked door was in indication to all late-comers that she is in and has started, and they are not welcome. In fact, she allowed them to stream in, one by one, even as late as 15 minutes after the regular time. Everyone knew Mehta to be a strict teacher, so this action was generating curious