Free Press Journal
  • Construct toilets within time limit : Collector

    Khargone : During the review of the on going toilet construction work at schools, collector Neeraj Dubey instructed the construction agency to complete the toilets before the given time.

  • Charles Rajan is city topper in JEE Advanced

    BHOPAL : With JEE Advanced 2015 results putting the spotlight on top rankers, it was a day of triumph for FIITJEE students across the country, with students mentored by India’s leading engineering entrance institute once again ruling the roost.

  • Lok Ayukta starts probe into fake C-form scam

    Indore : Lok Ayukta police on Thursday started the probe into the Rs 640 crore fake C-form scam, after it was assigned the case. DSP BS Parihar told Free Press, “We have taken the bridle of the probe and soon it will gain speed.” He did not disclose that the when the agency would conclude the probe and will be in a position to file the FIRs in the matter. It may

  • Collector reviews Simhastha works

    Khargone: District collector Neeraj Dubey on Thursday chaired a meeting of officers and reviewed the progress of work regarding Simhastha-2016. Special focus was on lodging facilities of pilgrims in the city. He also took the stock of guest houses and projects submitted by chief executive engineer for their renovation. The collector also inspected the ghaats at the Narmada river and instructed the concerned officers to complete the task in given time.

  • Symbiosis unveils plans for Indore campus

    Indore : Symbiosis University of Applied Sciences, Indore, that is to come up at Supper Corridor next year will provide degrees in high growth sectors such as Automotive, Construction, Manufacturing, Retail, Banking, Finance and IT.

  • ‘Kaal Kothri’ reveals dark underbelly of world of theatre

    BHOPAL : Highlighting the inner conflict and struggle of theatre artist, a Hindi play ‘Kaal Kothri’, was staged on the inaugural day of two-day progamme ‘Srijan Utsav-9’ at Shaheed Bhawan. It is being Young Theatre group, Bhopal for last eight years.

  • Sagar Goyal of CatalyseR is city topper in AIIMS

    Indore : Sagar Goyal of CatalyseR secured AIR-32 in AIIMS-2015, results of which were announced on Thursday. Besides, Sanjya Mehta and Samarth Dube of the institute secured AIR-204 and AIR-600 respectively.

  • CatalyseR’s Mukesh Pareekh makes history in JEE

    Indore : This year also the CatalyseR has performed excellently in the all India-level most prestigious entrance examination of IIT-JEE. Constantly third year CatalyseR has established record after giving AIR under 25 in IIT-JEE in Central India.

  • Man damages vans over parking row

    Indore : Banganga police on Thursday booked a youth for damaging more than half dozen vehicles in fit of rage following an argument over parking them in front of his shop at Banganga Naka. A case has been registered against Pradeep Verma on complaint from Dilip of Prince Nagar.

  • Gambling debt drives teenager to end life

    Indore : A class XI student, residing in Rishi Palace Colony, consumed poison and committed suicide late on Wednesday night. Though no note of any kind was found on his person, apparently, the boy had lost money in gambling and that may have led him to take the extreme step.

  • Brain Master’s students emerge with flying colours in AIIMS

    Indore : Students of Brain Master’s Classes once again topped the AIIMS-2015, an entrance examination for medical colleges. Subham Kapses secured AIR-56 while Samarth Agarwal clinched AIR-94. Besides, Madhav Mahajan, Anjali Sahu, Krutika Nayak, Bhawana Chandrawat, Amin Shekh, Veena Vandani Mishra, Yash Jain and Neha Solanki of the institute secured 334th, 494th, 616th, 913th, 1042nd, 1045th, 1052nd, and 1266th ranks respectively in general category while Piyush Bolonia secured 335th rank in reserved

  • MBA aspirants throng DAVV seeking UG final sem results

    Indore : Fearing that they will miss getting admission in MBA courses, students, who appeared in final semester exams of undergraduate courses last month, on Thursday thronged the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) seeking their results.

  • ‘Mere Angane Mein’ stars in City

    Indore : Karam Rajpal and Ekta Kaul visit Indore to talk about the ideologies within a family setup for their new show ‘Mere Angane Mein’. ‘Mere Angane Mein’, a new one-hour daily fiction show launched on 15th June on Star Plus promises to be a complete family entertainer. Every household is governed by a certain set of rules, thoughts, values and one all-encompassing philosophy. While some believe that families need to adapt

  • Man booked for raping girl on marriage pretext

    Indore : A man was booked on Wednesday night for raping a girl, residing in his neighbourhood in Ravidas Nagar, on the pretext of marriage.

  • Over 3.72 lakh students register for admission in UG courses

    Indore : More than 3.72 lakh students, including around 2.06 lakh boys and around 1.66 lakh girls, registered for centralised online counselling for admissions in undergraduate courses offered by government and private colleges in the state.

  • Pampered girl tries to comprehend what is hunger

    BHOPAL : The seven-day drama festival ‘Madhya Pradesh Rangotsav’ concluded with a play ‘Bhookh Aag Hai’, here on Thursday at the Antarang Hall of Bharat Bhavan. This annual festival, centered on MP is being organised by Rangmandal, the theatre wing of Bharat Bhawan for the last four years. Based on a short story of Rabindranath Tagore, the play ‘Bhookh Aag Hai’ is directed by K G Trivedi, scripted by Krishna Baldev Vaid

  • LPG customers in deep trouble after gas agency shut down

    Dewas : After lapse of Ratan Shree Gas Dealers, the LPG customers of the agency are facing acute problems since the new gas agencies are reluctant to provide proper services to them. Two-months ago, Hindustan Petroliam Company cancelled the dealership of Ratan Shree Gas Dealers. After the episode, thousands of LPG customers were transferred to other two gas agencies for further services.   But the situation is such that both agencies are unwilling

  • Punjabi Food Festival at Radisson from today

    Indore : Offering a truly scintillating Punjabi delight to the food lovers of Indore, Radisson Blu Hotel is organising Punjabi Food Festival from June 19-28.

  • Symbiosis unveils plans for City campus

    Indore : Symbiosis University of Applied Sciences, Indore, that is to come up at Supper Corridor next year will provide degrees in high growth sectors such as Automotive, Construction, Manufacturing, Retail, Banking, Finance and IT.

  • Man breaks windscreens over parking dispute

    Indore : Banganga police on Thursday booked a youth for damaging more than half dozen vehicles in fit of rage following an argument over parking them in front of his shop at Banganga Naka. A case has been registered against Pradeep Verma on complaint from Dilip of Prince Nagar.