Free Press Journal
  • Two-day training camp on crime investigation begins

    Indore: A two-day training programme on ‘Crime investigation by forensic technology’ was inaugurated at the police control room on Saturday. It is being organised by RFSL (Regional Forensic Science Laboratory), Indore. ADGP (CID) Rajiv Tandon was the chief guest of the inaugural function.

  • ‘Modi has hit diplomatic sixer by inviting Sharif’

    New Delhi: Former external affairs minister K Natwar Singh said on Saturday that Prime Minister-designate Narendra Modi has hit a diplomatic sixer even before taking oath by inviting Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to India to attend the event.

  • Now NaMo Aam

    Malihabad (Uttar Pradesh): A celebrated expert in mango cultivation, Padma Haji Kalimullah Khan, has dedicated a new variety of the fruit to Prime Minister-designate Narendra Modi, naming it NaMo Aam.

  • DAVV issues caution for CET candidates

    Indore: Moved by the complaints about touts approaching candidates applied for the common entrance test (CET)-2014 to be held on May 29, the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has issued a caution asking the students not to go by the words of touts or agents. “They are there to get you. Be alert and don’t fall in their trap,” registrar RD Musalgaonkar appealed to the students who are going to appear in the

  • Free ‘Namo fish’ on Modi’s big day

    Chennai: After ‘NaMo tea stalls’ and mobile fish stalls of a similar moniker used for campaigning in the Lok Sabha polls, the state BJP has hit upon the idea of distributing ‘NaMo fish’ free of cost to the public on May 26, the day Narendra Modi assumes office as Prime Minister.

  • Seminar on ‘solar entrepreneurship’ today

    Indore: A seminar on solar entrepreneurship will be organised on Sunday at SGSITS Golden Jubilee Auditorium. Industry Institution Partnership Cell (IIPC) of SGSITS and kWatt Solutions Pvt Ltd (a society for innovation and entrepreneurship (SINE), IIT Bombay incubated company) will jointly organise this interactive seminar on ‘Developing Solar Entrepreneurs: Drive towards Solar Awareness’.  Timing of the seminar will be 9:30 am to 3:30 pm. Prof Chetan S Solanki, Prof of Department of Energy

  • Two robbers arrested with booty

    Indore:Rajendra Nagar police arrested two persons, who robbed a youth on knifepoint near the Silicon City, on Saturday According to TI Kamlesh Sharma, the two accused youths snatched purse, mobile and other things form Ravi Mishra on knifepoint on April 2. The accused ran away after threatening the victim of serious consequences if any complaint is made.

  • IIM-Indore’s workshop on management education from June 6

    Indore: Indian Institute of Management Indore is going to conduct first “Workshop on Emerging Pedagogies in Management Education” on June 6 and 7.  The institute has invited participation from academicians, faculty members, research scholars, industry professionals and students for the workshop.

  • Jai Gurudev disciples clash with villagers

    Ujjain: A large Satsang and holy teaching ceremony has been organised by disciples of Bab Jai Gurudev in his Pingleshwar situated Ashram, on occasion of secon anniversary marking the descent of Gurudev in heaven.A situation of clash arose on Saturday morning when disciples and management team of Gurudev Temple committee stopped villagers and local feriwalas from erecting temporary shops for selling refreshment and other holy goods as more than fourty thousand pepole

  • Muni Pragyasagar to be invited for Chaturmas

    Ujjain: Samajik Sansad Digambar Jain Samaj will present holy coconut to invite Seer Pragyasagar to observe Chaturmas festival in the city of temples, on Sunday. Media in-charge informed that office bearers and community people will present coconut to the Seer at 9.30 am urging him to observe Chaturmas. Presidents of All Digambar Jain temples including Namakmandi trust president Prakash Kasliwal, Narendra Badjatya, Pavan Bohra, RC Jain, Shikharchand Lohadia, Bharat Pandya, Punamchand Patodi,

  • Awestruck!

    KKR co-owner Juhi Chawla(R) and Singer Usha Uthup enjoy Yusuf Pathan’s blitzkrieg knock of 72 off 22 balls against Sunrisers Hyderabad in an IPL match at the Eden Gardens, Kolkata. Pathan made full use of the two lives to smash the fastest fifty in IPL history as KKR knocked off a 161-run target in 14.2 overs.

  • Dr GD Nagar elected TB Relief Society president

    Indore: The annual general meeting of TB Relief Society was held at Cloth Market Hospital on Saturday. During the meeting, the members of the society unanimously elected DR GD Nagar as the president of the new committee for year 2014-15. Along with Dr Nagar, Sudhir Kumar Kumath was elected as vice president, Dr Vijay Chhajlani as secretary, Dr Jagdishchandra Mahajan Treasurer, Mahendra Shah and Girdharbhai Jeevaseth as joint secretaries. The elected members

  • Jangda Porwal community’s Parichay Sammelan begins

    Ujjain: Akhil Bharatiya Marriageable Youths Parichay Sammelan of Jangda Porwal community was kicked off at Dhakad Samaj Dharamshala on Saturday. Former president Kanheyalal Ghatia informed that KP Sethia, Prahlad Porwal, Rajendra Sanghwi, Arvind Jain, Durgesh Vijayvergiya, RG Ghatia and others were present. Around 500 youths gave their introduction on the stage. Girls came ahead to give their introduction with discipline. Parichay Sammelan will be continued on Sunday. The programme will conclude with

  • BJP to celebrate Modi’s swearing-in in various ways

    Indore: There is a great enthusiasm among the BJP workers as well as among people of different communities over the swearing-in ceremony of Narendra Modi on Monday. BJP city president Kailash Sharma said forming the BJP government under the leadership of Modi will be celebrated in various ways.

  • Premier Brew

    A miniature artist creates a picture of Prime Minister-designate Narendra Modi with glasses used for serving tea to congratulate him ahead of his swearing-in ceremony, in Amritsar on Saturday.

  • Fake policemen siphon money from drug peddlers!

    Ujjain: Despite several awareness drives and incidents, warning people to beware of bogus cops in the city, common person, and baddies of the city are being siphoned by the fake cops. Latest victim of such incident was a cellphone trader of Topkhana area, who was approached by six membered team of bogus cops, who posed themeselves as officials of crime branch Indore telling him that we have heard that you are involved

  • 460 kg substandard polythene seized

    Indore: Following the orders of green tribunal, IMC health incharge Munnalal Yadav directed the officers of food security department to carry out intensive campaign to discourage the use of substandard polythene on Saturday. Hoardings, posters and pamphlets have been distributed to the department for the purpose.