Free Press Journal
  • MGM admn gets notice for not furnishing info to Anand Rai

    Indore : The State Information Commissioner on Wednesday served show cause notices to the Director of Medical Education Department, Dean of MGM Medical College and Superintendent of MY Hospital for not providing information related to drug trials conducted in MY Hospital in an RTI filed by whistle blower Dr Anand Rai.

  • Spl campaign to detect cancer patients

    Indore : Indore Cancer Foundation along with the Health, Women and Children Welfare Departments and district administration will launch a special campaign to make the district cancer free.

  • Man kills wife’s paramour with kin’s help

    Indore : The police have solved the blind murder of a youth and arrested the prime accused at Khandwa Railway Station. The police have also arrested another person on charges of aiding in the murder.

  • GIS preparation: IMC issues tenders to make roads better

    Indore : Two tenders have been issued by the IMC for repairing the city roads ahead of the upcoming Global Investors Summit. The step seems to be a win-win situation for both the city and the participating investors.

  • ‘Dept of Paediatric Nephrology is the need of the hour’

    Indore:  ”Our country needs more stress on paediatric nephrology as the cases of kidney related diseases among children, including congenital diseases, are increasing dramatically. We have very less number of paediatric nephrology departments and the paediatricians treating the children who have these disease,” nephrologist Dr Sandeep Saxena said during the 9th edition of IANCON-2014.

  • People spend hours searching for ECI camp

    Indore : Some residents had trying times on Wednesday as they spent hours searching for a camp organised by the Election Commission of India at Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) to address voter identity cards related issues.

  • Protest against Univ at college & memo submission at Collectorate

    Indore :  In a weird move, activists of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) staged a demonstration against the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) at Government Holkar Science (Autonomous) College and submitted a memorandum at the Collectorate, on Wednesday.

  • IM operatives’ plea of meeting kin on court premises rejected

    Indore : A plea of two Indian Mujahiddin (IM) extremists, who are under trail in connection with four bank robberies in the city, to allow them meet their family members on the court premises during hearings was turned down on security ground.

  • Batra calls Kapil Dev ‘opportunist’

    Alleges the W Cup-winning captain settled an old score with him by ignoring seven hockey players for the Arjuna Award

  • RTO continues action against defaulter buses

    Indore : Continuing action against the irregularities of school buses, flying squad of RTO seized three more buses on Wednesday.

  • Windies part ways with coach Gibson

    St. John’s : The West Indies parted ways with coach Ottis Gibson on Wednesday, just a day ahead of a home One-Day series against Bangladesh. The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) said the two sides ‘mutually agreed to terminate their association’ with team manager Richie Richardson stepping in as interim coach.

  • India, England square off in women’s World Cup qualifiers

    London :  The Indian women’s cricket team will take on England here in the opening round of the inaugural ICC Championships from today, a top-four finish in which will give the side a place in the 2017 World Cup.

  • Indian Super League to be revealed at Manchester convention

    New Delhi :  Plans for the eagerly anticipated Indian Super League (ISL) and the 2017 U17 FIFA World Cup will be officially presented to the global football industry at the Soccerex Global Convention, held in Manchester between September 6-10.

  • Betel-nut trader, evading taxes in the garb of SAFTA, raided

    Indore : The sleuths of Directorate of Revenue Intelligence along with the local Central Excise and Customs Department carried out raids at three locations of a betel nut trader who tried evading taxes in the garb of SAFTA agreements.

  • MoU signed between MP, Emirates airline

    BHOPAL : On the first day of his 3-day Dubai visit, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan on Wednesday had exclusive meeting with Divisional Senior Vice-President of Emirates Group Adnan Kazim.

  • Coach sidelined, captain carries on, enter Moses!

    The job of a cricket coach is tough. If his side wins, the captain gets the credit. If the team loses, he gets the blame while the captain what happened to Indian cricket team’s coach Duncan Fletcher. If he could read in between the lines, he would know Indian cricketer no longer needs him. He can leave anytime. No tears will be shed.

  • Power cut enhancing trouble of citizens

    Dewas : The unannounced power cut has created severe problems for the locals. The electricity was not supplied for more than 5 hours on Wednesday.

  • Two sarpanchs disqualified by SDM

    Mhow : Performing acute action the Sub Divisional Magistrate (SDM) has relieved two Sarpanches from the post and imposed a six-year ban to contest any election for allegation of corruption in fund for Panchayats and other irregularities. Meanwhile, the SDM has suspended the Panchayat secretaries of both the Gram Panchayats and ordered to register police case against both.