Free Press Journal
  • Bookie evicted during Afghan-B’desh match

    Canberra :  The International Cricket Council evicted a man and issued a ban for alleged courtsiding during the World Cup match between Afghanistan and Bangladesh in Canberra.

  • NMIMS to spend Rs 300 cr on Indore campus

    Indore : One of the premier b-schools of the country, Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS) will lay foundation stone for its off campus in Indore on Saturday. The institute will spend Rs 300 crore on infrastructure development and start running its Indore campus from 25 acres of land on Super Corridor in a year or so.

  • Thai Former PM Indicted Over Money-Losing Rice Subsidy Scheme

    Bangkok : Thailand’s former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra was indicted on Thursday for negligence in overseeing a controversial rice subsidy programme that lost billions of dollars and resulted in the country temporarily losing its crown as the world’s top rice exporter to India, reports PTI.

  • Qatar Recalls Envoy From Egypt Over Libya Strikes

    It’s Foreign Ministry Says Doha Had Expressed Reservations Over Welcoming The Raids, Stressing The Need For Consultations Before Any Unilateral Military Action Against Another Member State

  • Ensure action in assault cases

    Dewas : During a video conferencing attended by various government officials at the local collector office, instructions were given to book the culprits attacking government employees and arrest them immediately.

  • DAVV to make its students experts in CV writing

    Indore : With the aim to enhance students’ capabilities and to help them shape their careers in a right way, a Student Enrichment Programme (SEP) will be held at Davi Ahilya Vishwavidyala (DAVV) from February 22 to March 4.

  • Regional director inspects govt hospitals

    Mhow : In the wake of a number of cases of Swine Flu deaths, the regional director health BN Chauhan on Thursday inspected arrangements to prevent Swine Flu at the local government hospital.

  • Juice-Maker On A Sleeve

    Japanese vegetable juice maker unveiled a wearable tomato machine.  The ‘Tomatan’ is a backpack that can be loaded with six mid-sized tomatoes, enough, say the makers, to power runners through this weekend’s Tokyo Marathon. “Tomatoes have lots of nutrition that combats fatigue,” said Shigenori Suzuki of maker Kagome. The Tomatan looks like a small humanoid robot — with a tomato for a head — and sits snugly on the athlete’s shoulders. Tugging

  • Globe Trotting

    14-Year-Old Malaysian Girl Arrested For Trying To Join IS

  • Painting competition today

    Mhow: An open painting competition will be organized at Moti Mahal Parisar at 11.30 am on Friday under the joint aegis of Nehru Yuva Kendra and Indira Vikas Yuva Mandal. Students from school and college may participate in the competition and Gandhi Darshan and Swachhata Abhiyan are the subjects of the completion. An exhibition of the paintings of the competition will be organized till February 24 at the same place.

  • Court Bails Out Indian Workers Lured By US Firm

    Houston :  Five Indian men have been awarded $ 14 million in damages by a US court in a human trafficking case after they were lured to the country and forced to work under inhumane conditions by an American ship repair firm following the devastating 2005 Hurricane Katrina.

  • Didn’t allow pressure to get to me: Sean Williams

    Nelson :  Zimbabwean all-rounder Sean Williams said he batted according to the match situation and patiently built up his innings not allowing pressure get the better of him.

  • Girl commits suicide 7 days before marriage

    Indore: A girl, about to be married in six days, committed suicide by consuming poison. So far the reason for suicide is not known but her act has plunged the family into an inconsolable grief.

  • Narrow road causing inconvenience

    Mhow : The delay in beginning of widening work at the busy Mall Road which serves as the spine for traffic is causing a lot of problems to people especially elderly persons and women.

  • Dhoni seeks Shastri’s advice in testing times

    Melbourne :  An overwhelming win over Pakistan may have brought a lot of cheer to the Indian cricket team after an indifferent ‘Australian Summer’, but there are a few grey areas that are yet to be addressed by the side, including skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s poor run with the bat.

  • Student face problems due to staff crunch

    Soyatkalan: The students at Girls Higher Secondary School are facing a lot of problems due to shortage of the teaching staff. The school is running without the principal and the accountant. The school does not have its own building. The 18 years old Girls High School and the 3 years old Girls Higher Secondary school are running in the building of the Girls Middle School. The performance of students in past two

  • Teacher booked for molesting girl students

    Khandwa : A teacher at a government school in a nearby village was arrested and booked for molesting a number of girl students of a middle school. The accused was involved in this act for a long time.