Free Press Journal
  • One can get admitted to DAVV’s Community College round the year

    Indore : The Community College of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) would keep admission window open throughout the year. This means students can take admission in diploma and certificate courses to be offered by the college any time in the year. Also, there will be no age bar for admission in the college.

  • IMC collects samples, awaits results of tests

    Indore : Prompted by the Maggi row, Indore Municipal Corporation’s (IMC) food department has collected samples of the noodle brand from various parts of the city and sent them for tests.

  • Mob led by NCP leader ransacks Badlapur ashram, gets suspended

    Thane: A mob led by an NCP corporator allegedly ransacked an ashram of a local spiritual leader Ratnakar Maharaj and looted Rs 1 lakh at Ingaon village of Badlapur in the district, police said on Wednesday.

  • CET for admission in 34 UTD courses today

    Indore : The Common Entrance Test (CET) conducted for admission in professional courses offered by Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV)’s teaching departments will be held on Thursday. A total of 18457 candidates registered for the CET-2015 through which 2,040 seats in 10 teaching departments will be filled.

  • Marriage gardens, community halls told to arrange for parking

    Indore : The District Collector P Narahari on Wednesday announced plans to act strict against marriage gardens failing to abide by the order under Section 144 which mandates them to reserve 35 per cent of open space for parking.

  • DHE tells collector to probe college land

    Indore : Moved by a complaint that Shri Jain Dewakar College is running from a land allocated for school, Department of Higher Education has instructed district collector to probe into the land related documents of the college.

  • Dist collector tours hospts

    Indore : District Collector P Narahari made a surprise check at aganwadi offices, government hospitals and juvenile correction homes on Wednesday morning and reviewed the working and records maintained by these institutions.

  • Transport dept releases transfer orders of RTO/DTO against Motor Vehicle Act

    Gwalior : The Transport Department Head Quarter, Gwalior recently issued the transfer orders of a large number of RTOs and ARTOs, which have violated the Motor Vehicle Act and the resolution of the State Government; several irregularities are also there in these transfers orders.

  • Women burn ward dedicated to patients after renovation

    Sagar : Various social organisations and public representatives have taken the responsibility to provide better health facilities and environment at the district hospital, Sagar to the patients. Under this, the women burn ward of the district hospital was renovated by city’s Sitaram Rasoi Parivar with the cost of Rs 2.75 lakh. The renovated ward dedicated to patients in a function organised at hospital premises on Wednesday. On the occasion, local MLA Shailendra

  • Sand mafia attacks officials, one injured

    RATLAM : SDM, Tehsildar and staff were attacked by some people belonged to mining mafia in Melukhedi area on Wednesday . The officer were on duty when they were attacked. A patwari was seriously injured in the incident.

  • Work with mutual coordination during Krishi Mahotsav: Collector Narwal

    Katni : District Collector Vikas Singh Narwal reviewed the preparations for proposed Krishi Mahotsav and issued directions to officials concerned. Collector Narwal said officials should not show any negligence in Krishi Mahotsav and work with mutual coordination. The officials should discuss with the concerned departmental officials related to Mahotsav and should provide benefits to the farmers.

  • Cement roads constructed in Haraswada village

    Khandwa : Villagers of gram panchayat Haraswada are finally seemed to be happy, as after so many years, they got proper internal road connectivity and clean environment. Around four cement roads have been constructed in the village under MNREG Yojana and Panch Parmeshwar schemes. Expressing happiness on the completion of work, villagers said that now they didn’t have to worry about monsoon and their children can freely go to the schools. They

  • Three tribal children electrocuted

    Ratlam : After getting electrocuted near Mahi river, three tribal children dead bodies remained unnoticed for more than 12 hours on Monday . The villager came to know about the incident on Tuesday.

  • Congress to intensify agitation against chemical plants

    Meghnagar : Former district Congress president Suresh Chandra Jain said that the environment of the industrial area has become toxic due to chemical plants here. Factories are operating in the industrial area without meeting the laid down norms of pollution control board.

  • Petrol pump tank dug up in Sanawad

    Sanawad : Acting upon the instruction of the district food and supply officer, a tank was dug up to unearth diluted diesel selling at a petrol pump situated on Indore-Icchapur highway near toll-plaza.

  • Fishermen in stomach of whale; number cruncher child prodigy

    BHOPAL : ‘Kabhi Pass Kabhi Fail’ (1999) and animated movie ‘Ajeeb Ghar’ were screened on Wednesday – the fourth day of the eight-day children’s film festival at Antarang Hall of Bharat Bhawan. The fest is being organised by the films division of Bharat Bhavan. The first half of programme began with a 20-minute animated colour movie ‘Ajeeb Ghar’, directed by Rajesh Agarwal.

  • Wannabe actors try their luck

    BHOPAL : As many as 100 aspiring actors from the city participated in auditions for 11 short films and two documentaries at CREO Film Institute, Bhopal on Wednesday.

  • Tale of love triangle sensitively told

    BHOPAL : A tragic play ‘Nadi Pyasi Thi’, written by Dharmaveer Bharati was staged at Shaheed Bhawan auditorium on Wednesday. The play uses the imagery of a natural catastrophe to depict an emotional tragedy. The play revolves around three characters Rajesh, Padma and Dr. Krishna Swaroop.

  • Sand mafia attacks officials, one hurt

    RATLAM: SDM, Tehsildar and staff were attacked by some people belonged to mining mafia in Melukhedi area on Wednesday . The officer were on duty when they were attacked. A patwari was seriously injured in the incident.

  • Swaraj Exp delayed due to rumour of fire in a coach

    RATLAM : 12472 Swaraj Express Jammu to Bandra had to be stopped on Wednesday morning soon after the train left Ratlam railway station as passengers experienced the smell of burning and smoke coming out from one coach. Chain pulling took place soon after the train left Ratlam railway station following passengers of a general coach No.12583 suspecting smell of burning something and possible smoke coming out.