Free Press Journal
  • STF arrests homeopathy doctor

    BHOPAL: The STF, Bhopal has arrested a homeopathy doctor in connection with irregularities in Ayurvedic Medical Officer (AMO) Selection Examination conducted by MPPSC. The said doctor had made answers to the questions to eight doctors through his friend.  The accused doctor Akhilesh Rathore (36) of Ahirpura, Jehangirabad ran a (more…)

  • Overcome racism, greed in sport: Pope to World Cup

    Vatican City:  Pope Francis has a message for the World Cup: Let football be a showcase for teamwork and solidarity, not an exhibition of racism and greed. The Argentine-born, football-loving Pope recorded a video message which was broadcasted on Brazilian television prior to opening match played between Brazil (more…)

  • Australia undaunted by classy Chile army

    Cuiaba (Brazil) : World Cup outsiders Australia are aiming to punch above their weight and give a Chile side choc-a-bloc with talent a bloody nose here today.

  • Revenge time for Dutch against Spain

    Salvador (Brazil) : Holders Spain open their World Cup campaign against the Netherlands today in a repeat of the 2010 final with the Dutch out for revenge. Andres Iniesta’s strike four minutes from the end of extra-time in the Johannesburg final crowned Spain as world champions for the first time and now, four years later, (more…)

  • Cameroon clash key for mercurial Mexico

    Natal (Brazil) : Mercurial Mexico host a troubled Cameroon in the sides’ World Cup Group A opener in Natal today looking to take the first step towards an eventual first appearance in the quarter-finals in nearly 30 years.

  • Now, answer within word limit in DAVV exams

    Indore: From session 2014-15 onwards, students will get word limit to answer questions asked in semester exams of the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV). Taking a leaf out of the CBSE pattern of exams, the DAVV Executive Council on Friday directed the exam department to fix limit of words for answers keeping in mind nature of questions.

  • Tai to visit city on June 17

    Indore: After becoming Lok Sabha Speaker, Sumitra Mahajan will visit her constituency on June 17 for the first time. She will go to Rajwada and pay obeisance to Maa Ahilya Bai. The entire schedule for her visit has been prepared by the district administration in association with BJP city president Kailash Sharma. However, this programme has not received a nod from Tai’s office.  Earlier, Tai was expected to visit city on Friday

  • Medico from city tops UPSC exam

    Indore: Vipin Jain, a 2008-2013 batch passed out of MGM Medical College, has topped the city in UPSC 2014 exam in his first attempt with a rank of 185. The Union Public Service Examination declared its result on Thursday.Vipin hails from Hata village in Tilamgargh district and has done his schooling from Tikamgargh. Vipin has an excelling academic record as he scored 93% in both Class X and XII exams and cleared

  • IMC planning to construct dam at Choral

    Indore: Keeping in view of the increasing demand of water in the city day by day, the Indore Municipal Corporation is planning to construct a new dam at Choral. A proposal to this effect has been sent to Bhopal with an estimated cost of Rs 260 crore. Mayor Krishna Murari Moghe has discussed the issue with state finance minister Jayant Malaiya on Friday.

  • New proposal for cardiac centre in three weeks

    • 50-bed centre will cost Rs 30 crore
    • Construction agency changed from MPHB to PIU-PWD

    Indore: Giving a jolt to the city officials, the officials of Medical Education Department has returned the proposal of Advance Cardiac Centre back with an excuse that the cost of the project is too high. The project was announced by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan about three years ago which was settled down on the last

  • Ambedkar Institute is now a full-fledged college

    A centre for research, this institute can now admit students for PG degree courses nearly 26 years after its inception. Affiliation granted to eight PG courses.

  • Automatic air pollution monitoring by December

    • New system to be installed in five cities of the state at a layout of Rs 3.5 cr
    • Mangliya area is selected for the station in Indore

    Indore: If your vehicle is polluting air of the city get it fixed or you could be fined. With the increase in air pollution level due to vehicles, the Madhya Pradesh Pollution Control Board (MPPCB) has decided to install ‘Automatic Air Pollution Monitoring

  • 65-yr-old man’s body found in nullah

    Indore: Body of a 65-year-old man was found in the nullah near Palasia square on Thursday morning. The body has been identified as Hiralal alias Lalji.Spotting of the body has created panic like satiation in the area for some time. According to police, there was no injury mark on the body and the deceased was said to be an alcoholic and used to stay away from home for several days.  It is

  • Property broker’s wife commits suicide

    Indore: Wife of a property broker committed suicide on Thursday. The deceased is a resident Scheme No 74, Vijay Nagar. The reason for her extreme move remains unclear.  However, it is speculated that Madhulata Mehrawat (35) committed suicide due to dowry harassment.According to the police, Madhulata was found hanging to the ceiling on the first floor of her house in Scheme No 74. Her husband had gone out for work when she

  • ISO team to visit collector office today

    Indore: A team of ISO audit will inspect collector officer on Friday.The inspection team will reach collector office at 10 am and will have a meeting will officers and after that at 10.30 a. It will start the inspection over 30 different offices housed in collector officer building. SDM and nodal officer ISO prepration D.K. Nagendra told Free Press that the inspection will be carried out in two sessions. First session would

  • State Board brings transparency in admission process with online uploads

    Indore: The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPSEB) has now issued guidelines to all the government and private schools affiliated to MPSEB on the admission process for Class IX to XII.The board has strictly instructed the schools about the online list of students for the admission will be considered as the final list. Therefore, principals of all the schools run the course of MPSEB, including government and private schools, to upload

  • Rally, exhibition mark ‘Day against child labour’

    Indore: On the occasion of ‘World Day against Child Labour’, Childline in coordination with woman and child development department on Thursday organised an awareness drive under the banner of ‘Say No to Child Labour’.Vishnu Rathore, district women project officer inaugurated a poster exhibition on child labour at the collectorate.  Later, a rally of about 80 participants, including officers from women and child labour department, special juvenile police, students form Indore School of

  • Silver lining for Congress, wins ward-32 by-poll

    • Arjun Yadav wins election by 629 votes 
    •  BJP candidate comes at third position

    Ujjain: The Congress candidate Arjun Yadav won the Ward Number 32 Ujjain Municipal Corporation by-election with a margin of 629 votes defeating the independent candidate Ismail Sheikh. BJP candidate Chandrashekhar Malviya got third position.In what could be termed as a political rehabilitation for Congress in  Ujjain, Blank draw of Premchand Guddu, after his defeat in the parliamentary elections earlier