Free Press Journal
  • Sculpting memories for posterity

    Indore : Bringing in novel concept of preserving childhood memories, 28-year-old Prachi Narang launched her start-up ‘Emotions’ in 2014, where she creates sculptures of a baby’s hands and feet. She further expanded these sculptures to designing sculpted jewellery, key chains and other items.

  • Indore-Mhow trains fail to draw enough passengers

    Indore : A random check revealed that train service between Indore and Mhow is not attracting visitors and they said that long travel time for this 22km-long route is the main reason for poor response.

  • Lion selfie case: Ravindra Jadeja pays penalty

    Ahmedabad : Indian cricketer Ravindra Jadeja was let off by Gujarat forest department after he paid a fine of Rs 20,000 for a taking selfie with lions at Gir Wildlife Sanctuary at Sasan in Junagadh, an act strictly prohibited by law.

  • Youth killed, another hurt in road accident

    Indore : A youth was killed and another critically injured when their bike rammed into a truck parked on the road side on Monday night on Devguradia road. The deceased was associated with the Congress party.

  • Incessant rains threaten Soya, pulses crops

    BHOPAL  : The incessant rainfall in the state can be problematic for the farmers. The rain water is stagnating in fields because of which the crops requiring less water are being ruined. The devastation is looming large on soyabean, Urad, Moong and corn crops which need less water to grow. This year, farmers have sown soyabean in less area in the state because of the crops getting damaged nearly every year.

  • Water logging: Commuting

    turns hazardous for pedestrians, two-wheeler riders

  • ‘Elite’ BJP men refuse to travel in city buses for Bhabhra rally

    Ujjain : BJP leaders and workers refused to travel in city buses citing their uncomfortable seats and threw tantrums while leaving for Bhabhra rally on Tuesday morning. Around 4000 party workers left the city to attend Prime Minister’s Bhabhra rally early in the morning. City buses were arranged to ferry the BJP men, but they denied travelling in them. Private passenger buses were immediately hired to ferry the ‘elite’ BJP workers. A

  • Abandoned suitcase creates panic at rly station

    Ujjain : Panic gripped people after an unclaimed suitcase was found at platform no.1 of the city railway station on Tuesday. After a security check of the suitcase, RPF team found that the suitcase was safe and left by a passenger who alighted from Pune-Indore Express. The suitcase was later returned to its owner.

  • Fardeen bags black belt

    Fardeen Ahmed bagged belt in Karate Belt Grading Examination organised by School Karate Federation of India, St Paul’s School. Coach Jwalant Sharma told that the examination was organised by Youth Sports Karate Do Association in which 100 children participated. Fardeen achieved the feat after constant efforts of six years.

  • NYK DG Singh asks youth to embrace ‘nation first, character must’

    Ujjain : “India is a country of the largest young population. The youths should embrace the message of ‘nation first, character must’ to make the nation the biggest power. Some of the organisations have reached to around one crore youths to spread the message while 30 crore are yet to be reached. Every youth has to understand their role in making the nation,” said Nehru Yuva Kendra (NYK) director general Major General

  • Congress corporators submit demand letter to mayor, CMC

    Ujjain : Congress corporators on Tuesday submitted a demand letter to mayor Meena Jonwal and commissioner of municipal corporation (CMC) fetching the attention of them towards several public welfare issues.

  • RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan plays it safe, blasts stingy banks

    Mumbai: Staying put on his inflation-focussed monetary policy, outgoing RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan on Tuesday kept key rates unchanged citing upside risk to prices of food and services even as he said the central bank remains ‘accommodative’ and blamed banks for being tight-fisted in passing on previous rate cuts. Banks, however, ruled out any immediate lowering of rates for retail borrowers and industry, which has been pitching hard for steps to

  • Investiture ceremony at primary wing, APS Mhow

    Mhow : Primary wing of APS celebrated its investiture ceremony for the session 2016-17 with great enthusiasm. Principal PK Tiwari along with primary wing coordinator Alex inducted the newly elected students with badges followed by oath taking ceremony.

  • Govt bans app-based cab services in state To effect from today

    BHOPAL : The state government on Tuesday banned app-based cab services in the state so these cabs will be off the roads from Wednesday. Nearly 500 cabs of Ola, Uber and Taxi Sure will be out of service in Bhopal. Central government is preparing guidelines regarding app based cabs.