Free Press Journal
  • Goods worth Rs 4.5-L stolen from house

    Indore : Unknown thieves stole goods worth Rs 4.5 lakh from a desolate house in broad daylight in Annapurna area, on Sunday. The police have inspected the spot and filed a case of theft.

  • Sports journalist Bayas passes away Bbody found on road

    Indore : Noted city sports journalist Lokendra Bayas passed away and his body was found on road in Footi Kothi area, on Sunday. The cause of his death is not known hence police started investigations.

  • Woman commits suicide before her daughter

    Indore : A 25-year-old woman committed suicide in front of her 4-year old daughter by hanging herself in Lasudia area, on Sunday. She hanged herself with her saree and also tied her daughter’s hand from the other end of the saree before committing suicide.

  • Police checking drive in MY

     Indore : A chaos like situation prevailed in MY Hospital on Saturday night when more than 50 police officials launched a surprise checking drive in the hospital. The cops entered the hospital at 3 am and checked the admission cards of the patients and passes of their family members.

  • 3-yr-old drinks entire bottle of cough syrup; dies

    BHOPAL : In the past 24 hours, two kids lost their lives in two separate incidents in Cholla Mandir and Ratibad area. In the first incident, a 3-year-old boy died after consuming excessive quantity of cough syrup at Chola Mandir area on Friday.

  • Six children injured as truck rams into school bus

    Ujjain: Six students were injured when a truck rammed into their school bus on Saturday at Kulawada area near Ingoriya at Barnagar Road. The bus belonged to Shri Ram Convent School and was carrying 35 students out of which six were injured. The truck driver fled the scene after the incident. Locals informed the Ingoriya police and they reached the spot and arranged medical attention for the injured Childs.

  • Swimming pool reopens

    Ujjain : Ujjain Municipal Corporation has reopened its Kothi Road located swimming pool. Pool was closed after disinfection and chlorination process of the pool was stopped, after which pools water became polluted and various swimmers complained of eye other infections. Pool has reopened after the chlorination and cleaning was completed.

  • Two die, 3 hurt in separate road mishaps

    Ujjain : Two persons lost their lives and three others were injured in separate road accidents occurred within city limits here on Saturday. In the first incident, a head on collision between a Tempo Trax and tanker at Unhel Road claimed one dead and left two other seriously injured. Naresh Mehta (45) of Bhilwada was in city to purchase industrial goods with his workers Tarun Singh and Narayan Singh. The collision

  • 28 new born baby crocs in city zoo

    Indore : It seems the experiment carried out by the zoo officials to develop a suitable habitat for the Gharials to breed and grow proved success as a fresh batch of 28 baby joined Kamla Nehru Prani Sangralaya (City Zoo).  Higher officials at the zoo seemed optimistic with achievement. (more…)

  • IIT-I to be made ERP enabled

    Indore : Indian Institute of Technology Indore is soon going to join the club of a few institutes where Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is in place. Enterprise Resource Planning is a tool wherein an integrated view of core business process of an institution, in real time, using common databases is maintained by a data management system. (more…)

  • Chavan remains under a cloud

    NEW DELHI: Maharashtra chief minister Prithviraj Chavan continues to suffer an uncertain fate, as there has been no indication from the party high command about a decision on the leadership question. His rival in the party, Narayan Rane, who is also one of the claimants for the job in case Chavan gets the marching orders, is reported to (more…)

  • Police bust gang of thieves: 2 women among 6 arrested

    Dhar : On the basis of the information given by the sources to the police, six thieves including two women were caught, while planning for a robbery in the lawn of PG College with weapons. The thugs included five men and two women namely Sanjay Pardi, resident of Mushikheda, Rajendra Pardi, Lakhan Pardi,Fakir Abdullah, Satish Pardi, Jamira Pardi and Niranjana Pardi. They were caught red-handed with pistol, 12 bullets, sharp iron-rod, an

  • Vidhyaaram ceremony at St Rapheal’s

    Indore : Once again, the city is abuzz with schools buses and vans taking kids to schools as they have reopened after two months of vacations. School kids are regaining their academic session in full swing while the tiny tots are incepting into them.

  • School Chalein Hum: 4 principals suspended, 5 others get notices for showing negligence

    Dhar  : District collector CB Singh held a review meeting to discuss activities of ‘School Chalein Abhiyan’ in district. The meeting was organised at the conference hall of District Panchayat. Along with all the senior officials concerned Zila Panchayat CEO Shrikant Banoth and ADM Manoj Khatri were specially present.

  • A commercial plot

    Even though students may not consider it to be the most popular choice, there are many careers in the field of commerce, finds Reena Jhaveri

  • Survival instincts

    A student discussion about college leads to many of them saying that it is not about high grades or the knowledge you gain, but it is about surviving your course. Vinita Bajari asks a few recent graduates about this survival

  • Nick of time

    In our ongoing skill-building series, Pallavi Mehta gets a few expert tips on time management from successful students

  • Noises off!

    In the series on infrastructural problems on campus, students tell Reena Jhaveri that the noises on campus often disturb them, even during exams.

  • Proud, at last!

    Ten Indian institutes are in the top 100 of Times Higher Education Asia University Ranking. Binita Mehta asks students how they feel about it

  • Oath-taking ceremony of Lioness Club held for year 2014-15

    Burhanpur : The oath taking ceremony for year 2014-15 of Lioness Club was held at Lion’s Den conference hall. Prominent social worker Lioness Usha Agrawal was appointed as the head of the executive body and Kiran Raikwar was appointed as the secretary.  First Vice-Governor Rajendra Garg was also present at the ceremony during which he said that the Lioness Club will bring pride to Burhanpur with their social welfare.