Free Press Journal
  • Police rush to arrest murder accused, return empty handed

    Ujjain : Team of city police went to arrest Aashish Dubey, accused of Lala Tripathi murder case to Indore and came empty handed after the doctors refused to hand over Dubey due to his critical condition on Friday.

  • Police launch hunt for Jyoti’s whereabouts

    Ujjain : Case of missing pregnant lady Jyoti is getting complicated day by day. Chimanganj police after siphoning off entire water from the well have started her search in the hospitals of the city. Husband of the missing lady, Sandeep Bhawasar has informed police that doctors have given them November 24 as expected date for the birth of the child. On the received clue police have launched the search in the hospitals

  • People for the constitution should understand their duty: Salim

    Ujjain : A lot of arguments are being exchanged to resolve the problems in the present circumstances, but only the issues are being discussed without subjects. The fundamental problems of the nation are neglected. People who are for the constitution should understand their duty.

  • Ratlam, Dewas to vote today; CM’s prestige at stake

    BHOPAL : The fate of veteran Congress leader Kantilal Bhuria, Gayatri Devi Puar, wife of senior BJP leader late Tukoji Rao Puar and Nirmala Bhuria, daughter of BJP heavy -weight Dileep Singh Bhuria would be sealed in EVMs on Saturday.

  • ‘Polio-like drive needed to eradicate Hepatitis B’

    Indore : On the second day of the 56th Annual Gastroenterology Conference, ISGCON-15, the experts have laid emphasis on providing free vaccines of Hepatitis-B to people and requested the government to take immediate action in this regard.

  • New ISBT gets green signal

    Indore : The proposed Inter-State Bus Terminal (ISBT) at Nayta Mundla got the nod from the district administration, on Thursday. After getting required approval from the Town and Country Planning (TNCP) Department, Bhopal, the Indore Development Authority (IDA) will complete the project well before Simhasta-2016.

  • Thieves burgle two houses

    Indore: Thieves broke into two places in the city and decamped with booty worth lakhs. The first theft occurred in Scheme No 78 where thieves broke into the house of Ratanlal, a builder, and stole cash along with gold ornaments. At the time of the theft the family was at home asleep and discovered the theft when they woke up in the morning. They found household goods strewn about on the floor

  • Disabled students to get scholarships

    BHOPAL : Disabled students of classes ninth and tenth will get pre-matric and of class eleven and higher courses post-matric scholarships. It would be given to disabled students studying in government and recognised schools. Students can obtain information about online application from website www.socialjustice.mp.gov.in. November 30 is the last date for submission of applications.

  • Mini bus runs over youth

    BHOPAL : A 23-year-old bike-borne youth died after a speeding mini bus hit his bike from behind on Karond-Palasi Highway within the limits of Nishatpura police station on Friday evening. The enraged locals vandalised the bus, while the driver fled the spot after the accident.

  • Focus on research, DAVV to apply for 4 more SAPs

    Indore : In order to enhance research and improve quality of teaching, the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), which had been awarded seven special assistance programmes in last one year, is eyeing four more SAPs from the University Grants Commission (UGC).

  • Jilted by lover, divorced woman ends life

    BHOPAL :A divorced woman hanged self on Thursday evening after her lover broke up with her at her home in Ahata Rustam Khan within the limits of Shyamla Hills police station.

  • DAVV apex body told to re-elect nominee for V-C search panel

    Indore : Raj Bhawan directed the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) to convene an emergent meeting of Executive Council (EC) and re-elect its nominee for V-C search panel meant for recommending candidates for appointment of varsity vice-chancellor.

  • IIM-Indore to host conference on South-to-South FDI

    Indore : Indian Institute of Management Indore would be hosting an AIB-India conference from April 21 to 23, 2016. The theme of the conference is South-to-South FDI.

  • 3 arrested for shooting youth

    Indore : Chandan Nagar police, on Friday, arrested three absconding accused in connection with shooting and seriously injuring a youth on November 12.

  • Two girls eve teased

    Indore: Two girls were subjected to eve teasing and obscene behavior by three men in two different incidents. While the first incident occurred in Scheme No 78 the second incident occurred in Azad Nagar.

  • Youth stabbed by woman, grandsons

    Indore : An elderly woman along with her grandsons stabbed boyfriend of her granddaughter and injured him seriously. The victim has been admitted to a hospital where his condition is stated to be critical.

  • MHO conducts surprise inspection of District Hospital

    Indore : Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr Shantilal Porwal conducted a surprise inspection of the District Hospital on Friday evening, leaving the doctors and staff surprised.