Free Press Journal
  • Water use law must for country: Uma

    Indore : “The country needs a law for water use whether it is water from rivers, lakes or groundwater and therefore the Centre is contemplating on bringing in such law with the consent of states and people.”

  • Neonate dies in MYH due to nurse negligence

    Indore : In a tragic incident, a 2-day-old baby boy died when a trainee nurse pulled the bed-sheet, while making the bed in Labor ICU, on which the neonate was sleeping. The baby fell on the floor and injured critically.

  • Two trains cancelled till Dec 27

    BHOPAL: Two trains running between Bhopal and Bilaspur have been terminated from December 21 to 27 due to interlocking work at Salka-Anuppur section of South Central Railway. As per information provided by the railways, train no 18233 Indore-Bilaspur Narmada Express will be terminated on December 21 and then from December 23 to 27. Train no 18234 Bilaspur-Indore Narmada Express will remain terminated from December 22 to 27. Similarly, train no 18235/18236 Bhopal-Bilaspur

  • 2 commit suicide by hanging

    Indore : Two persons, including a woman committed suicide in two separate incidents on Friday night. The first suicide occurred in Bheel Colony, Azad Nagar where Jitendra (30) committed suicide by hanging himself from the ceiling.

  • Meeting to discuss semester preparations on Monday

    Indore : The Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has convened a meeting of principals of colleges which have been made centres for upcoming first and third semester exams.

  • Two bike thieves arrested

    Indore : Juni Indore police on Saturday arrested two youths for stealing bikes and recovered four two-wheelers from their possession. The accused are being questioned for such incidents.

  • One more succumbs to injuries; toll 17

    Indore : One more member of Verma family, injured in the tragic bus accident near Chhindwara, succumbed to his injuries at a Hospital in Hoshangabad, on Saturday. With this the death toll reached 17.

  • For new appoints, DAVV mulls course fees hike

    Indore : The Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) is entertaining thoughts of increasing fees of courses offered by the university teaching departments from session 2016-17.

  • 3 eve-teasing cases filed in city

    Indore : There seems no respite for city women as they are continued to be targeted for harassment and eve-teasing. Once again, three females, including two school going girls, were the target of eve teasers in three separate incidents in the city.

  • Songs, games, fun on IAS Meet agenda

    BHOPAL : For three days, IAS officers of the state cadre will keep away from work. They will instead sing songs, play games and have fun. This is the agenda of IAS for the next three days.

  • Gas-hit bodies slam US govt for protecting Dow Chemical

    BHOPAL: Leaders of the five organisations of the survivors of the Union Carbide disaster in Bhopal today condemned the United States government for its attempt to protect Dow Chemical from ongoing criminal proceedings in the Bhopal District court. They said that today was the third time that Dow Chemical had ignored the notice to appear in the Bhopal district court. They said that the US Department of Justice has informed the CBI

  • National Herald case: Protesting Congmen cane-charged, arrested

    BHOPAL: Congress leaders and party workers demonstrated at local Roshanpura Square in connection with National Herald case on Saturday. Congressmen burnt the effigy of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Congressmen blocked traffic for 20 minutes which made Police to use mild force and arrest them. Police arrested Congress State Vice President Ashok Singh, District President PC Sharma along with two dozen Congressmen. Police disbursed the gathering of Congress workers and also arrested women

  • Esthetic dentistry can magnify smile: Dr Hegde

    Indore : Smile is the tool to be happy and to keep everyone happy. It is the right of everyone to have a smiling face, said experts on the second day of 35th MP State Dental Conference here on Saturday.

  • 6-yr-old girl dies after consuming poison

    Indore : A six-year-old girl died when she consumed poison mistaking it for ash. The girl was admitted to a private hospital after she complained of uneasiness where she died during treatment.

  • Uma to Sonia: Respect Indian Constitution

    Ujjain : Union Water Resources Minister Uma Bharati on her short visit to the city on Saturday morning took blessings of Lord Mahakal and prayed for successful conduct of upcoming mega religious congregation Simhastha Fair–2016.

  • Rahgiri is back with its fanfare today

    Ujjain : Rahgiri Fest will be organized at Kothi Road here on Sunday morning. Fest will begin at 6 am and will continue till 11 am. Traditional games like Mallkhamb, Sitolia, Pakdampati, jump rope, etc will be center of attraction during the fair.

  • Car overturned leaving one dead, three seriously injured

    Ujjain : A middle aged man died on the spot while three others got seriously injured when an Indigo car overturned near Khachrod village on Friday late night. Accident occurred when Lokendra Solanki resident of Panadariba was going along with his three relatives Saudan Singh, Bheem Singh and Yashwant Singh in car to pay obeisance to Lord Sawariya. Driver of the car lost control on a turn near Khachrod village and their