Free Press Journal
  • 20 BBA students get ‘0’ in maths

    Indore : Much to their surprise, 20 students of BBA II semester of a private college got ‘0’ in mathematics subject. Suspecting goof-up in evaluation, students of Indore Indira College thronged the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya on Friday demanding unconditional review of their answer books. Exam Controller Ashesh Tiwari declined their demand and suggested them to challenge the university’s results through process in place.

  • Cong cries foul as IMC budget passed sans point-wise debate

    Indore : The Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC)’s Rs 2132.30 crore budget for fiscal 2015-16 was passed on Friday even as Congress corporators cried foul saying that point-wise discussion was not held on the budget.

  • Filing of CT returns gets easier with fresh order

    Indore : Making the mode of filing returns easy, the commercial tax department has waived the need for traders to present printed format of self purchase list if they have uploaded it with the return and if the list is same.

  • ENT surgery demo held for students

    INDORE : Choithram Hospital & Research Center (CHRC), as part of its ongoing 36th anniversary celebrations, organised a live demonstration of ENT Surgery for the students of different schools of Indore on Friday.

  • ED files charge-sheet against Director, Zoom Developers

    Indore : The Enforcement Directorate (ED) filed its first charge-sheet against Director of Zoom Developers Pvt Ltd (ZDPL) here, on Friday. The ED alleged that the company purchased property in the USA from the money it has taken from Punjab National Bank.

  • ISIS threat to Sri Sri Ravi Shankar security is beefed up

    Bengaluru : Security has been tightened at the sprawling Art of Living ashram on Kanakapura Road on the outskirts of Bengaluru following a directive from the Centre that the ashram head Sri Sri Ravi Shankar faces new threat perceptions from groups like the ISIS.

  • Use handloom fabric for convocation gowns, UGC to universities

    Indore : Citing an appeal from the Prime Minister, the University Grants Commission (UGC) has asked universities to use handloom fabric for ceremonial dresses prescribed for occasions like convocations.

  • CBI unwilling to buy ‘natural death’ story of Vijay Pal Singh

    BHOPAL : After filing a murder case in the death of Namrata Damor, the Central Bureau of Investigations (CBI) is looking the death of Vijay Singh Patel with suspicion. Vijay Singh Patel was found dead in a lodge in Kanker on April 29, 2015. Kanker Police had termed Patel’s death as natural death and had stopped taking interest in investigations. CBI now, sensing mystery, has called case diary of Patel’s death.

  • Diggi has call details of Sudhir Sharma!

    BHOPAL : Former Chief Minister and AICC General Secretary Digvijay Singh has details of phone calls made by Sudhir Sharma, on the basis of which he has begun grilling I-T officers, bureaucrats and politicians.

  • Cancellation of lease of MP Nagar Hotels: HC tosses ball back into BDA court

    BHOPAL : A single bench of High Court, Jabalpur presided over by Justice SK Gangele, on Friday, remanded the matter pertaining to lease cancellations of hotel owners and plot holders of MP Nagar area back to the BDA for fresh detailed decisions on merit after considering all the facts and documents. The order of HC which came in a bunch of around 30 petitions further directed that senior officer of Revenue Department

  • 15-yr-old girl follows her BE student lover into valley of death

    BHOPAL : A minor girl committed suicide in Ghodanakkas under Hanumanganj police station on Friday. As per suicide note, which police recovered, she committed suicide as her lover BE student had committed suicide a couple of days ago in Dwarka Nagar. The girl was in standard eight.

  • Food fascism at Dahisar

    Residents beaten up for cooking non-vegetarian food in their house

  • Rina Mitra posted as Special DGP

    BHOPAL : The state Home Department has transferred three IPS Officers. Rina Mitra, after her return from Central deputation, has been posted as Special Director General of Police (Crimes against women and AJK) at Police Headquarters, Bhopal. Pramod Falanikar, after his return from study leave, has been posted as Additional Director General of Police (Selection and Recruitment), Police Headquarters, Bhopal while Vivek Agarwal, City Superintendent of Police, Gwalior has been posted as

  • Gov buildings in Bpl, Ind, Jbp to have roof-top solar power plants

    BHOPAL : ‘Rattan India Apna Solar’, a part of the Rattan India Group, on Friday, announced the signing of power purchase agreement (PPA) and project implementation agreement (PIA) with Madhya Pradesh Madhya Kshetra Vidyut Vitran Co. Ltd. (MPMKVVCL) in Bhopal to develop 5 MW grid connected rooftop solar power project in Madhya Pradesh.

  • Govt law officer distorted HC order on Bandh: Cong

    BHOPAL: The MP Congress Committee has urged the High Court to take cognisance on its order issued for state wide bandh and the letter circulated by additional advocate general SK Wadhwa regarding the order to district collectors and SPs. In a press conference, MPCC spokesman KK Mishra said, the additional advocate general directly sent a letter to SPs and DMs to communicate the HC order about the bandh and quoted the order

  • No train to stop at main station in Simhastha-2016 26 special trains to run

    Ujjain : None of the trains will halt at main railway station during Simhastha Fair-2016. All the trains arriving from different routes will stop at flag stations. Police department has prepared a work plan on the line of Haridwar Kumbh fair. 26 special trains will be operated during the Fair.

  • Role of police officers likely to come under scanner as CBI registers‘murder’ case

    Ujjain : The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Friday registered a case of murder against unknown persons for the death of medical student Namrata Damor in its investigation of the multi-layered VYAPAM Scam, at Bhopal. The role of four police officers, including the then Ujjain SP Rakesh Gupta, who is now DIG here, the then officer-in-charge of Kaitha police station, Abhishek Gautam, SDOP Parul Belapurkar and the Bhopal-based Medico Legal Institute

  • Traffic arrangements for Idgah Namaz

    BHOPAL : Special traffic arrangements have been put in place to facilitate offering of Namaz at Idgah Hills on Eid-ul-Fitr on Saturday.

  • Newly-wed found dead in mysterious condition

    Ujjain : A 26-year-old newly married woman was found dead under mysterious circumstances inside her husband’s residence located at village Kesuni under the Narwar police circle here on Friday. The police have identified the deceased as Sapna, wife of Rahul Jat. According to the police, the in-laws found Sapna lying unconscious near the bathroom. They raised the alarm and the police were informed, who shifted the body to Civil Hospital.

  • One held for stealing money from ATM

    BHOPAL: An ATM custodian has been arrested in Bagsewania for stealing Rs 4,100 from PNB ATM on Friday. As per police, Anil Chaudhary was working with Logicash, a cash management solution provider. Generally FSS deposits cash in ATM but FSS sub-let the job to Logicash Company. Anil had stolen money on July 12. PNB branch manager (Vidya Nagar) Ravi Verma got telephone from Mumbai that some one opened ATM. Branch manager watched