Free Press Journal
  • Delayed results: DAVV makes sea changes at Evaluation Centre

    Indore : Moved by regular complaints of delay in exam results, the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) acting vice chancellor Prof Ashutosh Mishra on Tuesday made several changes at the Evaluation Centre and appointed new centre in-charge and removed nine OSDs.

  • No proof with us, admn tells HC

    Indore : Replying to a petition alleging that Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan had violated Model Code of Conduct during an election rally at Mhow in 2013, the district administration told the Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Tuesday that there was no proof with it to the allegations. In its response, the district administration said that the video recording of the CM’s rally at Mhow during the Assembly election

  • Working on UNSC reform, says Merkel

    Bengaluru : Reforming the UN Security Council, climate change and security featured in German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s address at the Indo-German summit held here on Tuesday.

  • Navjot Singh Sidhu hospitalised

    New Delhi : BJP leader and former cricketer Navjot Singh Sidhu was today admitted to a private hospital here and is undergoing treatment for acute deep vein thrombosis (DVT). “Mr Navjot Singh Sidhu was admitted to Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals Delhi today evening with acute deep vein thrombosis (DVT). This is a life threatening condition if not treated on time.

  • Nirbhaya replay in IT City, 2 arrested

    Bengaluru : In a replay of the Nirbhaya incident that took place in Delhi in December 2012, a 22-year-old BPO employee from Madhya Pradesh was picked up by the driver and cleaner of a tempo in the heart of the city here and gang raped. Two men were arrested in this connection. Police said the accused were nabbed after the victim gave the random digits of the vehicle’s number plate.

  • Beef row: Lalu does U-turn on his remark, says media misleading people

    Patna : The RJD president Lalu Prasad Yadav who is under controversy after his recent ”beef” remark on Tuesday blamed the media for distorting and blowing out of context his remark on September 3, that he had given following the Dadri lynching incident.

  • Digvijaya bats for RJD chief Yadavs have been traditional gau sewaks

    New Delhi : As the political battle for Bihar hots up over the issue of beef and backwards. Congress general secretary Digvijaya Singh has come out in support of the Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Lalu Prasad Yadav who has been battling BJP’s fire after his remarks that “Hindus also eat beef.”

  • Man dies at railway station

    Indore: A passenger, scheduled to travel to Gujarat on Monday night, died at the railway station following what is suspected to be a massive heart attack. According to the police, deceased Ashish Vyas (66), resident of Annapurna, was travelling with his wife to Ahmedabad. The couple was in the AC waiting room when Vyas complained of uneasiness. A doctor could not be found for two hours during which time Vyas’ condition deteriorated

  • Stop dogs entering stadium

    INDORE: The district administration has asked IMC Commissioner to maintain the certain facilities around the stadium on the match day including required facilities at places of parking, cleanliness, supply of drinking water, barricading, prohibition of the animals around the stadium and to ensure that no dog can enter in the stadium during the match hours.

  • Varanasi violence : Cong MLA among 50 others arrested

    Varanasi/New Delhi : Congress MLA Ajay Rai was on Tuesday arrested along with 50 others in connection with violence and arson in Varanasi yesterday as the administration cracked down on miscreants in the holy city where the situation was peaceful amid continued police patrolling.

  • Lady dupes youths, flees with lakhs

    Indore : A woman duped a number of unemployed people of her colony on the pretext of getting them job and managed to flee with lakhs. Police have registered a case and are investigating further.

  • Amid dengue crisis, Delhi govt prepares for swine flu

    New Delhi : Even as it grapples with the worst dengue crisis in recent years, Delhi government has started taking measures to fight swine flu, which experts say is likely to hit the national capital with change of season.

  • EPFO serves notice to MPCA

    Indore: Before the ODI Ind. Vs S. Africa being played here, the host of the match MPCA has received a bouncer ball from EPFO on Tuesday. EPFO has served a notice to MPCA to furnish information on PF to staff and contractual labors by October 10.

  • Yuvraj might surrender in court, says wife

    Salem (TN) : The wife of the prime accused in the June 27 murder of Dalit youth Gokulraj today indicated that her husband might surrender in court. She stated this to reporters outside a local court here.

  • Girl axed to death in Rajasthan

    Dholpur : A 16-year-old girl was axed to death on Tuesday allegedly by a man for resisting molestation in Rajasthan’s Dholpur district. The minor was alone in her house in Basedi area when the accused, identified as Vishnu Thakur (35), entered the premises and tried to molest the girl, SP Rajesh Singh said.

  • Centre pitches for voluntary benefit of Aadhaar card in Supreme Court

    New Delhi : The Centre and its various arms pitched strongly in the Supreme Court for voluntary use of Aadhaar cards to provide benefits of various welfare schemes, other than PDS and LPG, at the doorsteps of the aged and weaker sections of society, which are the target groups.

  • Consider legislation to bar criminals from practising: High Court

    Chennai : Madras High Court on Tuesday asked the Centre to consider prohibiting persons with pending cases or criminals from entering legal profession and said Bar Councils shall not enroll such law graduates except where cases are bailable and of compoundable offences, reports PTI.

  • 10 new PhD guides appointed in management stream

    Indore : Here is a good news for students looking forward to pursue PhD in management discipline from Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV). The university on Tuesday appointed 10 new guides in management stream thereby increasing the number of seats in this stream by 80.

  • Ranjan Yadav joins BJP, hits out at Lalu

    Patna : Former MP Ranjan Yadav, a trusted aide of Lalu Prasad in 1990s, on Tuesday joined the BJP and lashed out at the RJD supremo for presiding over ‘jungle raj’ in Bihar during his party’s 15 years’ rule. Mothers and daughters never felt safe on the streets as utter lawlessness prevailed in Bihar during the RJD rule with murder, kidnapping and related crimes being order of the day, he alleged after joining