Free Press Journal
  • Private University Regulatory Commission to ‘audit admissions’

    BHOPAL: MP Private University Regulatory Commission will conduct auditing of the admissions in all private universities after completion of the process within time frame. The commission has asked universities to adopt the right process for providing admissions to students in the coming session along with following norms of statutory and regulatory bodies of state and centre. In case it is found that the norms were violated, the university can lose its status.

  • Workshop at IIM-Indore pushes for emerging pedagogies in mgmt edu

    Indore: A two-day workshop on ‘Emerging Pedagogies in Management Education (WEPME-2014)’ stressed on use of latest technology by teachers for better connectivity with students. The workshop conducted on Saturday. Apart from the faculty, academic associates, students of IIM Indore, the workshop was attended by the academicians from various institutes across the country.

  • IMC will have 85 wards

    Collector publishes first draft of IMC wards delimitation. Objections are invited from public till June 14.

  • Dog bites 4-yr-old child’s face, hand

    Indore: A 4-year-old child was rushed to a private hospital by his family members when a dog bit his face and hands in Pardeshipura area on Saturday.Family members said that the kid was playing outside the house when the incident took place. The kid is receiving medication. As per information, Ganesh, a resident of Kulkarni ka Bhatta in Pardeshipura area, was playing outside his house when a dog bit him. His father,

  • Health Dept docs stage demo at Dist Hospital

    Indore : Enraged over suspension of Chief Medical and Health Officer and other medical officers of Sagar and Damoh districts, the doctors of Madhya Pradesh Medical Officer Association (MPMOA) staged a state-wide demonstration, on Saturday. Large number of doctors participated in the protest at the District Hospital.

  • ITI official caught accepting bribe

    Indore: Showing the way to his counterparts facing what he had, a student of Industrial Training Institute on Saturday snatched mask from the face of a corrupt training officer, who was demanding Rs 3000 as a bribe to enhance his short attendance. The training officer, Sudesh Singh Tekaam, was caught red-handed while accepting the bribe.

  • 2 held for duping in name of insurance policies

    Indore: The City Crime Branch team on Saturday arrested two more accused in connection with embezzling people’s money in the name of insurance policies from New Delhi. The accused duped people after posing as senior insurance company officials.According to ASP (Crime) Dilip Soni, a joint team of the Crime Branch and Tukoganj Police arrested the coordinator of NGO ‘Yours Family Association’ Mahendra Gupta from Laxmi Nagar area, New Delhi on May 29

  • CSP saves auto driver who set himself afire

    Indore: A drunkard auto-rickshaw driver tried to immolate self following a clash with his wife in Aerodrome area, on Friday night. The neighbours informed the police and CSP TS Baghel reached the spot and anyhow saved him and sent him to MY Hospital.As per the information received, the rickshaw driver, Roshan Raghuvanshi, resides in Loknayak Nagar of Aerodrome area. He is a habitual drunkard and used to beat his wife and son.

  • Police quiz college authority

    Ujjain: Chimanganj police on Saturday reached RD Gardi College campus and questioned college authority for further leads. Police interrogated officials along with tout Tarun Pratap they had arrested earlier, Tarun was found to be student of the college and was studying in second year of MBBS. Police is planning to question two other accomplices of Tarun which will further reveal facts.

  • Maria moulds clay to glory

    Sharapova beats Halep to clinch  her second French Open crown

  • Journalists should become motivators for ‘School Chale Hum’ : Collector Awasthi

    Burhanpur: As a unique initiative, a conference of local media persons was organized in the auditorium of collectorate, under the chairmanship of collector Ashutosh Awasthi. On the occasion, the collcetor Awasthi asked the journalists to play the role of motivators, for the ‘School Chale Ham’ campaign. He said that, the society and government have made us educated and now, we can repay this debt by educating the society.

  • Sports and Cultural camp concludes

    Dhar: The Dhar District Sports and Cultural Smriti Sports Training programme which was going on since a month concluded recently. The Chief guest for the event was Manjit Singh Chawla, Chairman Sikh Samaj and social worker. The event was presided over by ex- cricketer Arun Chauhan while special guest was Manjit Kaur Chawla. The guests were welcomed by Sanstha chairman Pradeep Joshi and vice- chairman Rajendra Joshi. Chawla said that hard work

  • Some joy, at last

    India prevail 3-2 over Malaysia for first win

  • Women’s safety: All talks no action

    Jhabua: Team Nirbhaya was started with a lot of initial enthusiasm, but the activities have lost pace with time. Earlier, the team actively worked towards women’s safety by taking action against eve teasing, dowry demands and other crimes. Some nuisances were caught, but no action is taken. Long speeches were delivered on women’s safety in various events, but no realization of those words took place. The police too, is not co-operative enough

  • One more scam comes to fore in MNREGA

    Bhikangaon: Another scam was brought to notice wherein cash was being deposited since 4 years under the name of Vijay, a resident of Shankargaon, and his family members. Surprisingly, the account does not belong to any of his family member. According to the job card (MP-24-005-056-0021239) of Vijay Meena, he is the head of a family of 6 members. Vijay informed that none of his family members had worked as a labor