Free Press Journal
  • Tortured Indian workers return from Saudi Arabia

    Trivandrum: Three Indian workers, who were allegedly physically tortured by their employer in Saudi Arabia, returned to Trivandrum this morning.

  • Sedentary lifestyle will make you a zombie: IIM students

    Indore : IIM students completed the video shooting of their sport-promoting campaign in Rang Mahal on Friday. In a bid to raise awareness about the issues of living a sedentary lifestyle and to promote the upcoming annual sports fest Ranbhoomi, the students of Integrated Program in Management (IPM), IIM Indore, dressed up as zombies for shooting a video.

  • Fraudsters siphon Rs 1.92 crore from city businessman’s account

    Indore : The cyber cell of the city police have frozen six bank accounts in four states wherein Rs 1.92 crore was fraudulently transferred from two accounts of a city based industrialist two days ago and close to Rs 1 crore has been recovered. The police also claimed to apprehend the accused soon.

  • No pens allowed in NET examination centres

    Indore : Students will not be allowed to carry pens, wrist watches, paper or any other item to NET examination centres. NET will be held all across India on December 27 with 30 examination centres in Indore.

  • Preparations for cyclethon in full swing

    Indore: A cyclethon competition will be organised on December 27 from Sayaji Hotel to Super Corridor T Crossing. The cometition will kick off at 6:00 am and more than 5000 participants are expected to take part in the event. Police have made arrangements to divert the traffic during the event. Citizens are asked not to use the road from Sayaji Hotel to Super Corridor T-Crossing to go to the airport but rather

  • Meet to review ‘Traffic Week’ preparations held

    Indore : A meeting was held with various organisations here on Friday to discuss the arrangements made for the ‘Traffic Week’ observed every year.

  • DAVV to issue notices to deviant colleges

    Indore : Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) on Saturday issue notices to about a dozen colleges that are found to be violating examination norms.

  • Dr Shweta selected as ‘Ayurveda Medical Officer’

    Ujjain : Ayurveda Doctor of the city, Dr Shweta Gujrati has been selected for the post of Ayurveda Medical Officer in the prestigious state service commission exam. Recently Dr Shweta has been conferred MD of Ayurveda by Himachal University of Shimla after completing three years of successful research on ‘Cosmetology in Ayurveda.’ Dr Shweta is daughter of Avinash Gujrati who is presently posted as Rural Development Officer in Jhardla. Praksh Susneriya informed

  • Police busted Kanjar gang of looters, 5 arrested

    Ujjain : Chimanganj police have busted a racket of looters of Kanjar community and have confiscated silver and gold ornaments said SP MS Verma while addressing a press conference here at Police Control Room on Friday.

  • Icy dawns can trigger heart attacks

    BHOPAL : The sudden death of ADG SK Pande, 53 while exercising in the gym of the Arera Colony has triggered speculations as to whether it had something to do with the cold wave that has gripped the city over the last three days. The IPS officer was lean and fit and used to exercise regularly.

  • Mercury plunges further, bone-chilling cold in Capital

    BHOPAL : Cold wave continued unabated in the state on Friday, with fall in day temperature. It was coldest day of the current season in the State capital as mercury further plummeted. Three degree Celsius was recorded at Rewa, Umaria, and Gwalior.

  • ‘Intelligence Complex’ to come up in Capital

    BHOPAL : All wings of the Intelligence Department of the Madhya Pradesh Police will soon function from a common campus. This will ensure better co-ordination between the various wings and more effective functionality.

  • Congmen want PM booked for insulting national anthem

    BHOPAL : Congressmen, on Friday, reached the Habibganj police station to lodge an FIR against PM Narendra Modi for insulting the National flag and the National Anthem, saying that the PM had violated the Flag Code of India, 2002 and Prevention of Insults to National Honour Act, 1971.

  • Man accused of forgery dies; kin blame complainant

    BHOPAL : A man, who was booked for forgery, died while undergoing treatment in Care Hospital under Chhola Mandir police station on Friday. Relatives demonstrated at police station in afternoon demanding action against the persons who allegedly used to harass the deceased. Relatives blamed them for his death.