Free Press Journal
  • Body of missing man found from Hathaikheda dam

    BHOPAL: A 25-year-old youth, who had gone missing, was found dead at Hathaikheda Dam under Ayodhya Nagar police station area on Sunday. Hands of the deceased were tied behind his back and his mouth was also covered with a sack. SHO (Ayodhya Nagar) Ashish Pawar said, “The deceased has been identified as Amitabh Adivasi. The body is ten days old and the circumstantial evidences suggest that Amitabh has been killed as his

  • Ten nabbed while gambling at residence of Seoni MLA

    BHOPAL : The Habibganj police on Sunday evening arrested ten persons on the charge of gambling from an MLAs’ government quarter at Shivaji Nagar. A total amount of Rs 22,500 has been recovered from the possession of the accused.

  • Thieves strike at three houses, take away goods worth Rs 2L

    BHOPAL : Three separate incidents of burglary have been reported in the city on Sunday in which unidentified burglars decamped with valuables worth around Rs 2 lakh. The first burglary has been reported from Govindpura, while the second incident took place at Koh-e-Fiza and third one was reported from Kolar.

  • Ex-bureaucrats, activists reject Smart City concept

    BHOPAL : Former bureaucrats and social activists, participating in ‘Jan-Samawad’ (public hearing) programme at Gandhi Bhavan on Sunday, rejected the concept of Smart City in unison stating that this concept mainly aims at grabbing land and selling it for profiteering. BMC Additional commissioner Sanjay Kumar has already said that the present Detailed Project Report of Smart City has proposed to spend an amount of Rs 3000 crore and earn a whooping sum

  • 3 BEd colleges issued notices for not complying with norms

    Indore : Even as the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) is forcing institutes to abide by the College Code-28 norm which is for appointment of teachers on UGC scale, the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) has also taken tough stand on the same issue.

  • Book launched

    Indore : A self-help book ‘Safal Jeevan ke 50 Sutra’ was launched at Jaal Auditorium on Sunday. The book is written by Paras Haria.

  • IIM-I to hold intl conference on excellence in research

    Indore : The doctoral fraternity of Indian Institute of Management Indore would organise the 7th annual “Conference on Excellence in Research and Education (CERE)” from May 5 to 8.

  • Jewelery store burgled

    Indore : Thieves broke into a jewelery store located on Bajrang Nagar Main Road on Saturday night and decamped with booty worth thousands.

  • Tai inspects MR-4, Kesharbagh ROB

    Indore : Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan on Sunday visited the recently constructed Kesharbagh railway overbirdge and said that the bridge would be opened shortly for traffic.

  • BSNL meet to discuss error free network

    Indore : The BSNL is organising a meet to discuss possible solution for removal of errors in the network here at Radisson Blu Hotel, on Monday. The meeting is organised to discuss various problems that are faced in BSNL network.

  • 5 profs from aboard to take part in DAVV conference

    Indore : At least five professors from three different countries will come to the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya to participate in international conference on ‘Recent Trends in Physics’ (ICRTP)-2016 to be held on February 13 and 14.

  • Handball trial on January 5

    Indore: Madhya Pradesh Olympic Association is going to organize a trial camp for National handball on January 5, 2016 at Chimanbagh from 4pm. For other games like rock ball, cricket, wrestling, judo, skating, baseball, throw ball and cultural events the participants can contact on 940630800 for registration. The selected team will take part in the second Student Olympic National Games to be held from January 8 to 12at Solapur.

  • Complete 6th sem UG courses by Feb end, colleges told

    Indore : The Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has directed colleges to complete syllabus of the sixth semester of undergraduate courses by February end at any cost so that the exams could be held in March.

  • Green Corridor helps two to breathe life

    Indore : Organs of the city’s girl were successful transplanted in the body of a Mumbai teenager and an elderly man in Delhi after the creation of Green Corridor in the city for the third time on Sunday.

  • Lease of life for teenage girl

    Mumbai : The ordeal of a 16-year-old girl who has been on the waiting list for long after suffering from dilated cardiomyopathy came to end on Sunday after a donor heart flew from Indore, Madhya Pradesh to Mumbai, Maharashtra. The donor heart reached the Operation Theatre (OT) of Fortis Hospital, Mulund in record time of 1 hour 58 minutes by covering 546 kms.

  • Mohan Bhagwat

    Rise above diversities, unite society: Bhagwat

    Marunji : RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Sunday appealed to the cadres to accept and rise above the diversities of the country to be able to unite the society, which in turn would form the basis for a great nation.

  • Cops crack murder case in three hours!

    Mumbai : Setting a record of sorts, Kherwadi police arrested three people accused of murder, within three hours of the crime. They also seized a murder weapon which interestingly was a cycle.

  • No bags, tiffin boxes for kids in civic-run schools this semester

    Mumbai : Even though one semester of the academic year 2015-16 for school has passed, the BMC has not distributed school bags, tiffin boxes and water bottles to children studying in municipal schools. These three objects are part of a list of 27 items that BMC distributes to municipal corporation school children free of cost at the beginning of every academic year.