Free Press Journal
  • With pre-university exam circular, Medical Varsity ends speculations

    Indore : Bring to an end the speculations that it may defer the move to bring medical and dental colleges under its fold for another one year, Madhya Pradesh Medical Science University (MPMSU) in Jabalpur has issued a circular stating that it would hold pre-university examinations for 2014-15 batch from June 16.

  • Youth arrested for raping girl

    Indore : Son of an assistant sub-inspector of police was arrested for allegedly raping a girl for over three years on the pretext of marriage here on Monday.

  • Maharashtra Sadan scandal: FIR filed against Chhagan Bhujbal

    Mumbai :  In a major embarrassment for the Sharad Pawar-led Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) of the state booked senior party leader and former Public Works Department (PWD) minister Chhagan Bhujbal, along with five others, in connection with the Maharashtra Sadan scam.

  • Mumbai crosses 90% mark in SSC

    Mumbai :  The pass percentage of Mumbai division of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination witnessed a sharp rise this year and touched the 92.90 per cent mark, which is highest in recent times. Meanwhile, Konkan division which has been a top division in the State since the last three consecutive years, remained at the top this year too.

  • Lalu accepts Nitish as CM candidate

    New Delhi :  Within 24 hours of working out the pre-poll alliance, Janata Dal (U) and Rashtriya Janata Dal decided that Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar would be the chief ministerial candidate of the alliance for the forthcoming polls. This pragmatic deal was brokered by the Samajwadi.

  • UGC grants 3 more SAPs to DAVV

    Indore : Adding yet another feather to its cap, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) on Monday clinched three more Special Assistance Programmes (SAP) taking the tally to seven.

  • ASI’s son held for rape

    Indore : Son of an assistant sub-inspector of police was arrested for allegedly raping a girl for over three years on the pretext of marriage here on Monday.

  • Med varsity to hold 1st Prof exams

    Indore : Bring to an end the speculations that it may defer the move to bring medical and dental colleges under its fold for another one year, Madhya Pradesh Medical Science University (MPMSU) in Jabalpur has issued a circular stating that it would hold pre-university examinations for 2014-15 batch from June 16.

  • Monkey terror ends

    Manpur : A monkey, that had terrorised residents of Manpur for the last four days, was finally caught by a team of forest officers from Indore on Monday.

  • Stone dining table to be built in Mhow schools

    Mhow : The district administration has instructed Janpad Panchayat and development block coordination committee officers to construct dining tables made of stone for the government run schools in Mhow Janpad Panchayat.

  • Two critically injured in road accident

    INDORE: Two youths, returning to the city from Khandwa on Sunday, sustained serious injuries when a speeding hit their motorcycle. After the accident the car driver fled the scene with his car. The injured have been admitted to a private hospital in the city. According to Simrol Police, the accident occurred near Shell City on Khandwa Road on Sunday evening. Prateek (26) resident of Veena Nagar and Pranav resident of Shreedham Colony

  • Heroes in England, zeros at home

    Mumbai : Two back-to-back World Cup wins, white-wash of the England team in England. It was domination all throughout. Such accolades are anyway jaw-dropping, but their one ability makes them stand out from the rest. They are ‘specially able’ lads, who are just dominating Blind Cricket. As a player aptly said, ‘raising the flag high and above all.’

  • Varsity’s bid for KAUSHAL unit on June 25

    Indore : The University Grants Commission has invited representatives of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya and Cloth Market Girls’ College to give presentation over their respective proposals for setting up ‘Deen Dayal Upadhyay Centre for Knowledge Acquisition and Upgradation of Skilled Human Abilities and Livelihood (KAUSHAL)’.

  • Admn tells traders to return Maggi

    Indore : The district administration has instructed all the sellers of the food items to follow the Nestle India’s recall of Maggi products. The traders are advised to return the products at the company depot. If they are unable to follow the call of the company they must immediately inform to office of deputy director food and drug administration, Indore.

  • Goons terrorise people in drunken frenzy

    Indore : In a drunken frenzy, a dozen armed men created ruckus in Bhagirathpura, terrorising residents on Sunday. Their attack was result of residents objecting drinking in public.

  • Bodies of six friends consigned to flames

    Indore : A pall of gloom fell on Malwa Mill crematorium on Monday when bodies of five friends killed in Khanwa Road accident were laid side-by-side for final rites.

  • College exam centre may be scrapped

    Indore : The Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) is likely to withdraw Indore Christian College as exam centre for law exams following complaints against the college.

  • Now, noodles, pasta, macaroni under lens

    New Delhi :  After Maggi, quality testing was ordered on Monday for noodles, pasta and macaroni brands of seven companies including Nestle, ITC and GlaxoSmithkline across the country to check for health hazards.

  • ‘MP needs additional Rs 96,000 crore to implement pending 224 MOUs’

    Indore : Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry in India (ASSOCHAM) Secretary General D S Rawat claimed that genuine investment has been negligible in Madhya Pradesh, though committed investment is there. He said as many as 399 projects in the state are languishing since a long time. Out of this, there is no information about the 224 projects which have pledged investment worth of Rs Rs 3.26 lakh crore. Now their overhead

  • 3L sapplings to be planted in rains

    Indore : Over 3 lakh saplings will be planted in the district in the monsoon season, out of which 1 lakh would be planted in City areas. The rest will be planted in the rural areas. As many as 5 lakh tree guards would be made available to give protection to the saplings. The plans came to fore in a meeting chaired by District Collector P Narahari here on Monday.