Free Press Journal
  • Volvo cars break annual sales record

    Stockholm: The Volvo Cars sold over half a million cars 2015, for the first time in its 89-year history, the automaker said.

  • Dutch 1984 Olympic gold winner Stalman admits to doping

    The Hague: Dutch 1984 Olympic discus gold medallist Ria Stalman admitted to taking anabolic steroids to enhance her performance, 31 years after triumphing at the Los Angeles Games.

  • No muzzling of freedom of expression: Kapil Mishra

    New Delhi: There will be no restrictions on the freedom of expression on writers and intellectuals, said Delhi Culture Minister Kapil Mishra while inaugurating the fourth edition of the ‘Delhi Literature Festival’.

  • Manoj Tiwari cries foul, says did not call Aamir ‘traitor’

    New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Manoj Tiwari on Saturday asserted that he did not call Bollywood actor Aamir Khan a ‘traitor’ despite what had been published in a few national dailies, and added that efforts were being made to tarnish his image.

  • Top police, excise officers’ investment traced in search

    Indore : The search action of the sleuths of the Investigation Wing of the Income Tax Department is exposing shocking links of top police and excise officers. The sleuths have traced certain documents proving investment of the top officers of the Police and Excise Department in liquor business of Shivhares and Bhatia.

  • Seven year RI to four persons

    Indore: A local court on Friday awarded seven years of rigorous imprisonment to four persons and slapped a fine of Rs 3000 each for attempting to kill two persons.

  • In a first, RGPV makes practical exams online

    Indore : Practical examinations of students of engineering and pharmacy colleges in the state will now be held online mode.

  • One dead, another critical in road mishap

    Indore : One person died and other sustained injuries when the motorcycle they were on veered off the road and rammed into a shop. According to the police, the accident occurred near village Shivani.

  • Patwari caught accepting Rs 30000 bribe

    Indore : A patwari was caught red-handed by Indore Lok Ayukta police while accepting an amount of Rs 30000 as bribe on Friday. He had sought the bribe for giving an official approval for division of an agriculture land among two brothers.

  • 2 accused of robbery, murder arrested

    Indore : Police have arrested the two absconding accused charged with robbery and murder of a house owner in 2012.

  • Two people tricked out of vehicles by conmen

    Indore : Two persons were conned out of their vehicles by conmen in two separate incidents. Police have registered cases and are investigating.

  • One dead, other critical in road mishap

    Indore : One person died and other sustained injuries when the motorcycle they were on veered off the road and rammed into a shop. According to the police, the accident occurred near village Shivani. TV mechanic Sonu (18) and his cousin Kanha (25), both residents of village Bhoori Khedi, had gone to Double Chowki to repair a TV. After the repair the duo was returning home and took a sharp turn at

  • Purse snatchers nabbed

    Indore: Police have nabbed the two men who were involved in robbing a woman off her purse on Wednesday. According to Annapurna police, two motorcycle borne men had snatched the purse of Medha Makwana near Dravid Nagar Trisection. Following the complaint filed by Medha, police sifted through CCTV footages of the cameras installed in the area. They found a footage clearly showing two men snatching the purse and noted the motorcycle registration

  • Exam centre shifted from Renaissance College at 11th hour

    Indore : BCom first semester students went to write exam at Renaissance College of Commerce and Management on Friday had to face inconvenience as the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) at the eleventh hour shifted exam centre from this college to other college.

  • Body found in nullah

    Indore : Lasudia police have recovered a body from the nullah in Nipania on Friday morning. The body appears to be three days old and is in highly decomposed state.

  • DAVV to setup exam complex on UTD campus

    Indore : The Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has decided to setup a complex on the UTD campus which will house examination and confidential departments and a centre for holding exams for nearly 1000 students in one shift. It will also house the computer centre where results and marksheets are prepared.