Free Press Journal
  • In death, Champa helps veterinary students hone skills

    Indore : Death of cow elephant, Champa, in Indore zoo has given a chance to the students of veterinary college in Mhow to study its vital organs, which are a rare find in a place where the pachyderm is not found in the wild.

  • Bus conductor molests minor girl, booked

    INDORE : Conductor of a passenger bus was booked for allegedly molesting a 15-year-old girl at Gangwal Bus Stand on Saturday. Chhatripura police claimed that the accused, Raju, was booked for molesting the girl, who had taken the bus from Dhar.

  • SLET likely in Dec after 12-year gap

    BHOPAL: The second state-level eligibility test (SLET) for appointment as Assistant Professor in colleges and universities is likely to be held in December, as per schedule fixed by Vyapam in its calendar following submission of report by vice-chancellors panel in this regard. A panel of vice-chancellors BU Vice chancellor MD Tiwari, RDVV, Jabalpur VC Dr KNS Yadav and DAVV Indore, VC Dr DP Singh and director of Vyapam, submitted its recommendations to

  • 300 college teachers to be transferred this month

    BHOPAL : Department of Higher Education (DHE) has identified over 300 Professors and Assistant Professors, who have completed three or more years in a college. They will be transferred this month.

  • Rs 20,000 looted from garment shop worker

    Indore : Three persons attacked a garment showroom employee and decamped with a bag containing Rs 20,000 from him near Gandhi Hall, on Saturday.

  • Cyber payment gateway ‘Paytm’ booked for fraud

    BHOPAL : The Cyber and High Technology Crime Police Station at the State Cyber Police Headquarters, on Saturday, registered cases against the promoters of a website called ‘Paytm’ and freezed its main bank account. A case was registered against its directors under sections 420, 120B, 34 of the IPC and section 66D of the IT act. Two different cases were registered against ‘Paytm’ and other websites, which used its payment gateway. The

  • Rawat is new BSNL GM

    Indore: An officer of 1987 batch Indian Telecom Services (ITS) MR Rawat took charge of General Manager (GM) of BSNL Indore on Saturday. Rawat will succeed Piyush Khare. Rawat was posted in the city earlier as additional general manager (Marketing and Transmission). He has been posted at different locations like Godhra, MTNL Mumbai, Bhopal and Gwalior. He was transferred from Kolhapur.

  • Surprise checking inside district jail

    Indore : An intensive searching shocked hundreds of inmates lodged in the District Jail as a heavy police contingent entered the barracks and searched every nook and corner on Saturday evening. Some sharpened objects made from iron strips were recovered from inmates.

  • J-K govt offers lifeline for west Pakistan refugees

    Jammu : The Jammu and Kashmir government on Saturday said it will work towards providing sustained livelihood to refugees from west Pakistan but hinted it would not give them citizenship rights, saying the issue does not have any mention in the agenda of alliance.

  • Action will be taken against Geelani: Mufti

    Ahmedabad/Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed on Saturday promised action against those responsible for waving Pakistani flags at a rally addressed by Syed Ali Shah Geelani even as rightwing Hindu organisations held a protest demanding the separatist leader’s arrest.

  • IAS officer penalised with ‘compulsory retirement’

    Bengaluru : In another move that showed the contempt and disrespect that the Karnataka Government has towards upright IAS officers, a Principal Secretary-level officer, who dared to raise his voice against alleged corruption, has been penalised with ”compulsory retirement” for “indiscipline.”

  • Kolkata celebrates Ray’s 94th birth anniversary

    Kolkata : Fondly recalling his evergreen films, Kolkata paid homage to Indian master storyteller Satyajit Ray on his 94th birth anniversary on Saturday with reruns of his pathbreaking movies, the launch of collectibles and visits to his home.

  • Mayweather, Pacquiao set for bout of the century

    Las Vegas : Boxers Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao weighed in below the welterweight limit before a packed arena of screaming, singing fans anticipating the landmark bout.

  • Punjab minister adds fuel to fire

    Chandigarh : A Punjab minister raked up a fresh controversy for the Shiromani Akali Dal government on Saturday by terming the incident of a teenage girl’s death and molestation near Moga as “god’s will”.

  • State govt to start giving Samata Bhushan award

    Mumbai : The awards under the Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Samaj Bhushan scheme would be given away on Wednesday (May 6) and the government would also institute a new award Samata Bhushan Gaurav award, social justice minister Rajkumar Bodole told reporters here on Saturday.