Free Press Journal
  • Car thief escapes, leaving Bolero in district hospital

    Indore: A Bolero vehicle, stolen from Dhar, was recovered by Chandan Nagar police from the District Hospital premises on Friday night. But the thief succeeded in escaping. Police suspect that the thief is a resident of Chandan Nagar.Police received information on Friday evening that a Bolero has been stolen from Dhar and the thief is driving it to Indore. Police planned to catch him near Jawahar Tekri. As per information received, the

  • City witnesses season’s hottest day

    Indore: A day before the beginning of ‘Nautapa,’ which is regarded as the hottest period of summer season, the city witnessed the hottest day of the season on Saturday. The temperature which was hovering around 40 degrees Celsius all these days touched 41 degree Celsius mark on Saturday which is a degree above normal temperature.

  • Speculation of MPPSC paper leak No evaluation of answer copies till probe completes

    Indore: Moved by news reports that the paper of exam for filling Ayurved medical officer’s post conducted on May 18 was leaked, Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) that conducted the exam has imposed a ban on evaluation of answer sheets and ordered an inquiry into the matter. Till the inquiry is completed, the evaluation work will not be started, the MPPSC said in a release issued on Saturday. MPPSC secretary Manohar

  • Yes, Pak PM is coming

    Islamabad/New Delhi :  Ending a three-day suspense, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif decided to attend the swearing-in ceremony of Prime Minister-designate Narendra Modi on Monday, a day after which the two leaders will hold a bilateral meeting.

  • Collector office under transformation

    • ADM, SDM’s are monitoring work progress
    • Half of marked task completed

    Indore: In order to convert the most public service place ‘collector office’ into international standard, the district administration is doing all out efforts to achieve ISO 9000:2008 (quality management system). So far, half of the marked task is completed. The internal review on the preparation is scheduled to be held first week of June.

  • Modi’s gestures point to a new beginning

    If the expectations about Narendra Modi are tinged by a sense of mystery and excitement, the reason is not only that he is an outsider to the power hub of Edwin Lutyens’ Delhi with its colonial era architecture but also that his style of functioning is markedly different from the leisurely pace of the average politician.

  • Nawaz Sharrif

    They all backed his India visit

    New Delhi/Islamabad : The excitement had been building up ever since the formal invite was sent on May 21 to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. Will he come, or won’t he?

  • Sonia at helm again, to pick House leaders

    Sonia Gandhi, who was on Saturday re-elected leader of the Congress Parliamentary Party, will nominate its leaders for the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.

  • Security ring thrown around Raisina Hill

    New Delhi : An impregnable air defence system in the sky and about 6,000 security personnel, from paramilitary commandos to police sharpshooters, on the ground will be deployed to guard heads of state and government who will be present at Rashtrapati Bhavan, the presidential palace, on Monday evening to attend the open-air oath-taking ceremony of the new Indian prime minister, Narendra Modi.

  • Modi vets new MP resumes

    New Delhi :  After shortlisting the probables for induction in his ministry, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday met with his core group of party seniors to review the biodatas of the newly-elected BJP MPs obtained from the state units to ensure he has the best of them who have controversy-free pasts so that no hazards  crop up in the future.

  • Nature is inspiring drones of the future

    Washington :  Drone of the future will not just deliver pizzas or take a dog to a morning walk. They could be as tiny as insects, enter cramped places for rescue operations or fly like birds when searching vast expanses of land.

  • No new housing project in Dewas

    Dewas: The in-charge of Dewas unit of MP Housing Board  Neeru Rajput informed that no new housing projects of MP Housing Board will be sanctioned in Dewas. Rajput said that the reason for not getting new housing project is the shortage of government land in the town and the private lands are so costly that MP Housing Board can not afford that.

  • IPL 2014

    Rs 40 crore prize money on offer in IPL playoffs

    Mumbai: The winners of this year’s Indian Premier League title would pocket Rs 15 crore while the losing finalists would take home Rs 10 crore, according to Cricket Board sources.

  • Tea seller, 15, wants to attend swearing-in

    New Delhi: A 15-year-old boy, who works in a roadside tea stall, wants to attend Prime Minister-designate Narendra Modi’s swearing-in ceremony, an NGO said on Saturday.