Free Press Journal
  • BPEd course: Department of Higher Education may permit open admissions

    Indore :  After extending dates twice, the Department of Higher Education on Sunday finally conducted entrance tests for BPEd and MPEd courses despite poor registration scenario but it may have to permit admissions in offline mode too else the session 2015-17 will be in jeopardy.

  • Eve teasing: Goons attack girls’ parents at Musakhedi area

    Indore :  A matter of eve-teasing and harassment of two girls by goons has come to light in Musakhedi area. However, the police have denied eve teasing and said that the matter related to an old dispute between two families.

  • Woman killed, son injured in mishap on Dhar Road

    Indore : A woman was killed and her son seriously injured in an accident on Dhar Road on Saturday. The duo was on their way to attend a marriage function when the tragedy occurred.

  • Power of social media can’t be ignored: Anuradha

    Indore :  While speaking at Bhashayi Patrakarita Mahotsav on Sunday, UAD Minister Kailash Vijayvargiya advised senior and aspiring journalists to maintain their credibility.

  • Maya Singh Narolia asks officers to bring state out of malnutrition

    Dhar :  Maya Singh Narolia, State’s Women and Child Development Minister, visited Dhar where she took a meet of Indore Division officers of her department where she emphasized that the Women and Child Development Department should work to bring the state out of malnutrition.

  • Employment of local youths to be preferred in SPM: Jaitley

    Hoshangabad :  Office bearers of working journalist’s union handed over a memorandum of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, highlighting their three-point demand, of which one was employment of local youths, which was agreed upon by the finance minister, who declared his consent this particular enumerated in the memorandum from the stage itself, reaction of which were heard through claps and applauds.

  • Youth arrested for raping blind girl for six months

    BHOPAL :  A 19-year old blind girl, on Sunday, complained that she was lured and raped on the pretext of marriage by a 26-year-old youth for the last six months within the limits of Ashoka Garden police station.

  • Maggi trouble mounts for Nestle; samples to be tested

    “It is a serious issue. We have referred the matter to the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI). Under the current law, FSSAI has the power to take action, including imposing fine and hefty punishment,” – Ram Vilas Paswan/ Consumer Affairs Minister  (more…)

  • ‘Keep your options open if you don’t get a wish-list college’

    This year, the number of students who passed XII is considerably more than the available seats for the undergraduate courses in city colleges. Besides, the number of students who scored above 90 per cent marks in class XII across all boards, particularly in central boards witnessed a sharp rise. On the other hand, the state government did not give permission for additional divisions to accommodate increased number of students. In simple terms

  • Shatabdi detained at Vidisha for 2 hrs by irate passengers

    BHOPAL :  Passengers of Bhopal-bound Shatabdi Express (12002) created a ruckus at Vidisha Railway station on Sunday after misbehavior with a woman passenger and failure of the cooling system in a coach of the train.

  • District level prizes of Bharatiya Vidhya Gyan Pariksha distributed

    Dewas :  Gayatri Parivar of Shantikunj Haridwar, which is spread all over the world had earlier organised a Bharatiya Sanskrit Gyan Pariksha, on Sunday feted students who entered into the district level merit list.

  • No easy options for Congress in Bihar

    New Delhi : Faced with no easy options in Bihar, where assembly polls are scheduled later this year, a section of the Congress is in favour of joining a possible alliance between the JD-U and RJD and another wanting to go it alone.

  • US Secretary of State John |Kerry rides his bike during a break in Lausanne on March 16.

    Kerry breaks leg in bike crash, to be flown back

    US Secretary of State was cycling about 30 miles from Geneva, which is closely surrounded by France’s territory while he was in the city for negotiations with Iranian diplomats on that country’s nuke programme (more…)

  • Protein that causes memory loss in healthy human brains

    London : A brain protein believed to be a key component in the progress of dementia can cause memory loss in healthy brains even before physical signs of degeneration appear, says a new University of Sussex study, according to IANS.

  • RBI may cut policy rate to spur investment: Bankers

    New Delhi : The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is expected to cut its policy rate by 25 basis points on Tuesday to prop up economic activity and boost investment even as risks to the inflation trajectory are seen rising.

  • Kalki on breaking stereotypes

    You are considered a serious actress for the dark roles that you do.

  • Soon, bionic hands with a sense of touch

    Washington : “Touchy-feely” bionic hands have come closer to reality as researchers are exploring new approaches to designing prosthetic hands capable of providing “sensory feedback”, says ANI.

  • Metro completes one year; ferries 8 crore commuters

    Mumbai : Over 8.5 crore commuters have adapted to the new mode of transportation, the 11.4 km stretch of Metro from Ghatkopar to Versova in the past 11 months. The Mumbai Metro One Pvt Ltd (MMOPL) had commenced operation on 8 June last year.