Free Press Journal
  • Beware of touts: NCTE tells teacher education colleges

    Indore : Some officials of National Council for Teachers Education and their agents are allegedly approaching teacher education institutes promising them to help in obtaining revised recognition orders.

  • Indore CCIT region opens 3 new ITOs

    Indore : The Chief Commissioner of Income Tax (CCIT) Indore Region has opened three new Income Tax Offices (ITO) in Rajgarh (Biora), Sendhwa and Jhabua. With the opening of 3 new offices, the total number of ITOs in the region has touched 15.

  • Sharp shooter caught after a 2km chase

    Mhow : Registering a big success, the district police arrested an inter-state sharp shooter with a reward of Rs 15,000 from Manpur on Tuesday. He has been sent to Bhopal under National Security Act.

  • SDMs will issue licence to sell acid

    Indore : Diatrict admnistration has banned the sale of acid without proper licence from empowered officer. The move came following the state government’s ban to prevent its misuse. The sub-divisional magistrates have been empowered to issue the licences to shopkeepers selling acid for cleaning purposes. Teh shopkeepers will have to apply afresh to the SDM of their respective locality for getting the licences. The administration has made it clear that shopkeepers found

  • Univ invites software company to automate result declaration system

    Indore : Contemplating integration of technology into education to reduce the delay in declaration of examination results, the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya has invited a Bangalore-based software company that has offered to automate the university’s examination system.

  • Sinha may inaugurate new rly stn

    Indore: The Union Minister of State for Railways Manoj Sinha will reach the city on Wednesday and most likely he may inaugurate the New Lamxibai Nagar station on Thursday.

  • Mahakal’s garbhgriha opened for ‘Parjanya Anushthan’

    Ujjain : The gates of the garbhgriha of the Mahakaleshwar Temple, which are generally remained open for 19 hours in a day, were on Tuesday opened for continuous 44 hours so as to host the ‘rare’ Parjanya Anushthan.

  • A chain snatched every third day in city; 80% in evenings

    BHOPAL : Around 587 gold chains were snatched by miscreants in the city over the last five years. This makes an average of more than a 120 chains per year or one every third day. Out of these 587 chains, 120 were snatched in the morning hours and the rest were snatched in the evening hours.

  • Varsities dilly-dally in contributing to pension corpus

    BHOPAL : Six state universities have not contributed their share to the corpus for sixth pay scale pension to retired non-teaching and teaching staff, backing out from the promise they had made. It may translate into delay in payment of revised pension to over 2000 employees.

  • 16-yr-old girl concocts story of her death; elopes with boyfriend

    BHOPAL : A 16-year-old girl concocted a story of her death and eloped with her boyfriend on Tuesday. She persuaded her 9-year-old sister to tell her mother that she had drowned in an abandoned quarry. The younger sister did her bidding and police was informed. The incident happened in the Ayodhya Nagar area,

  • Two held with Rs 32.58L

    Indore : Two young men were caught with Rs 32.58 lakh during a routine check by Juni Indore police on late on Monday night. The police suspect that the money may be connected to hawala trade and are questioning the two suspects closely. The police have informed the Income Tax Department about the recovery of the money.

  • night watchman of pump house found murdered

    BHOPAL: A 65-year-old man working as a watchman in a pump house was found murdered at Barbatta Patra Nullah area near Fatehpur village within the limits of Sukhisewania police station on Tuesday morning. SP North Arvind Saxena along with Sukhisewania police reached the spot and investigated the crime scene. Later a case was registered against the unidentified accused following the complaint of the son of the deceased and the body was sent

  • Vyapam: HC grants bail to Devda ex-OSD Gurjar

    BHOPAL : After CM’s ex-PA Prem Prasad, Rajendra Gurjar, OSD to former Transport Minister Jagdish Devda was granted bail in the Vyapam case on Tuesday. The High Court ordered his release on bail. Gurjar was in jail for his alleged role in fraudulent recruitments of forest guards, conducted by the scam-riddled VYAPAM.

  • Weather gods treat city to a pleasant evening

    BHOPAL : Evening turned cool and pleasant on Tuesday, providing much-needed relief from humid and intense heat to the residents of the city. Throughout the day, the weather was sunny and the air was laden with moisture, enhancing discomfort level. But the by the evening, it was pleasant and much cool. The weather turned cloudy and cool winds blew. The day temperature fell by 2°C.

  • Maggi: HC to be moved seeking FIR against Amitabh, others

    BHOPAL : After Bihar and Mumbai, a petition will be filed in Madhya Pradesh for registration of FIR against bollywood actors Amitabh Bachchan, Madhuri Dixit and Priti Zinta over Maggi controversy.

  • Govt won’t allow apathy of issues related to patients: PS, Health

    Ujjain : Principal Secretary (PS), Health Services, Gauri Singh has made it clear that the government would adopt ‘zero’ tolerance policy on the issues of diagnosis of patients at the district hospitals and availability of medicines and meals to them. Talking informally to the media persons, here on Tuesday evening, she said that diagnosis machines will be installed soon in the district hospitals across the State.

  • JDA goes on strike after attack on junior doctor

    Indore : An argument between two junior doctors and family members of a patient escalated into full scale brawl on Tuesday where punches were exchanged freely resulting in injury to the President of Junior Doctors Association (JDA) Dr Mohit Naredi.

  • Half-burnt body of youth found in farm

    BHOPAL : The half-burnt body of a 30-35 year old man was found lying near a farm on Bypass road in Kanhasaiya village within the limits of Bilkhiria police station on Tuesday evening. Police reached the spot and sent the body for post-mortem examinations.