Free Press Journal
  • AI, Jet Airways flights delayed by four hours

    BHOPAL : The Mumbai bound Air India flight was delayed by 4 hours on Sunday. Similarly, Delhi bound Jet Airways was also delayed by four hours.  Sources said that just because of shortage of crew members, the AI Mumbai bound flight (AI 633) was delayed while runway pasting led to delay in Delhi bound Jet Airways fligtht.

  • Live enactment of Ram Leela fetches mass audience

    Ujjain :  Simhastha Kala Utsav being organised by the department of culture at 6 stages on the Simhastha Mela premises has created a great craze among the public. First phase of the live enactment of Ram Leela turned a grand hit at Bharat Muni Manch.

  • Save water – Every leak has a cost, act wisely

    Indore :  City is in the grip of shortage of water and about 40 percent of the population has not been getting proper share of water. One of the major culprits of water scarcity is leakage of water. Whether it is home, office or main supply line, water leakages hit people hard.

  • Man attacks youth with acid

    BHOPAL :  A man threw acid on a youth at Pushpa Nagar under Aishbag police station late on Saturday night.

  • Free mobiles for students of govt colleges may fail to serve purpose

    BHOPAL :  The mobiles going to be provided to the college students in the state would not be up to the mark as per the state government’s expectation. Around 1.5 lakh students pursuing higher education would get the incompatible mobile phones shortly. Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan had declared in the year 2015 that the students of 1st year studying in the government colleges will get the mobile handsets for their educational

  • AIPMT-2016: Biology paper tough & tricky

    Indore :  The All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) 2016, being treated as the first phase of the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) on the orders of the Apex Court, held here in 18 centers, on Sunday.

  • Govt med colleges to have 450 more seats from next session

    BHOPAL :  The Medical Council of India organised a meeting recently regarding the increased seat allocations from the next academic session. The government medical colleges of the state would have 450 more seats from the current academic session.

  • 2 groups clash in Mangal City mall

    Indore : Two groups of youngsters engaged in full scale brawl at one of the malls in Vijay Nagar area late on Saturday night. Allegations ranging from eve teasing to beating and tearing off clothes were leveled by both groups which are being investigated by police.

  • Fire guts goods in cooling pad unit

    Indore :  Fire broke out on Sunday afternoon in a cooling pad manufacturing unit located on Sanver Road.

  • BEd admissions: Colleges under DAVV at advantage

    Indore :  Though lesser number of candidates had applied and appeared in entrance test for BEd course this year, colleges under the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya that offer the two-year course, are at ease.

  • Abductor had planned to kill Anuj after ransom

    Indore : Financial difficulties led to kidnapping of 11-year-old boy Anuj from Saketdham Colony on Friday last and accused Vikas Shrivatsava had even planned to kill the boy after getting ransom.

  • Another blow – After Faf, KP, injury hits Marsh

    New Delhi :  Injury-ravaged Rising Pune Supergiants suffered another blow after their Australian all-rounder Mitchell Marsh was ruled out of the IPL due to a side strain.

  • Auditor of CDA arrested for siphoning off Rs 5.5 cr

    Indore :  Crime branch officials arrested the auditor of controller of defence accounts (CDA) in connection with Rs 5.5 crore siphoned off fraudulently from the accounts of Indian Navy.

  • KKR look to get back on second spot

    Bengaluru :  Two-time title holders Kolkata Knight Riders will be looking to earn two valuable points and move up to second spot in the points-table when they take on struggling Royal Challengers Bangalore in their IPL match here today.

  • Docs can treat not cure patients: IMA-Indore

    Indore :  “Incidents of violence against doctors have been increasing and it is a serious matter. How can a doctor treat patients if he is insecure,” the experts said.

  • Water ambulance to be deployed during 2nd royal bath

    Ujjain :  In order to cater the medical exigencies during the second royal bath to be held on May 9, 2016 in the month of Simhastha Mahaparv, National Disaster Relief Force (NDRF) has prepared big time to extend immediate first aid services to devotees taking holy dip in river Kshipra.