Free Press Journal
  • Citing disparity, DAVV reduces DDE exam fee by 55%

    Indore : Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has reduced examination fee of students of Directorate of Distance Education (DDE) by 55 per cent nearly a fortnight after they lodged a complaint with vice chancellor Dr Narendra Dhakad claiming that their exam fee is more than double to what their counterparts in other teaching departments are paying.

  • Polekars celebrate Ganeshotsav eco-friendly way

    Indore : Suruchi Polekar is of the view that every Ganeshotsav everyone should opt for natural, biodegradable material like unbaked clay for idols so that after immersion it does not pollute water bodies and surroundings. The family asserted that idols made of PoP or thermocol should be totally avoided.

  • Road repairs: Govt to go for Rs 2200 cr loan

    BHOPAL : The government needs a sum of Rs 2200 crore to repair and rebuild roads, damaged due to rains in the state. Loan will be taken to arrange this sum.

  • Bhagat Singh Govt PG College distributes smartphones

    Jaora : Under a 100-day action plan launched by state government, Bhagat Singh Government Post Graduate College on Thursday held a programme to distribute smartphones to students, who took admission in the academic session of 2014-2015. Around 55 students of art, science and commerce stream received smartphones.

  • Car crash leaves MoS Yadav with fractured hand

    BHOPAL : Minister of state for women and child development and backward class and minority welfare Lalita Yadav sustained fracture in her hand after her car met with a road accident on Thursday at Hirapur in Chhatarpur district. She has been referred to Bhopal.

  • Loud music creates disturbance in city

    Dhar : On the occasion of Ananth Chaturdashi, loud music was being played throughout the day in city on Thursday despite restrictions posed by administration.

  • Risking life of workers, PWD constructing ROB very close to HT lines

    BHOPAL : The state Public Works Department (PWD) has started construction of Railway over-bridge (ROB) at Subhash Nagar without shifting the High Tension (HT) Line passing by the side of the railway track, endangering the life of the workers.

  • Four youths drown in pond during visarjan

    Ratlam : Four youths drowned in a pond near Sailana on Thursday where they went to immerse Lord Ganesha’s idol.  Kamlesh and Vishal,siblings, had gone to Sailana bypass situated pond for Visarjan along with Ankit and Kunal from Ambedkar Nagar.

  • Army Public School bids farewell to chairman

    Mhow : Army Public School bid farewell to commander FCE, MCTE and chairman Brig VS Narang and his wife Sangita Narang on Thursday.

  • Several colonies to go without water today

    BHOPAL  : The water supply from the Narmada in various parts of the city will be affected on September 18 and 19, following maintenance of pump houses at Hirani and Khatpura by Bhopal Municipal Corporation and shutting down of power supply by MP Central Region Power Distribution Company.

  • Seven held with 14 stolen vehicles

    BHOPAL : The Bhopal crime branch, busting a gang of vehicle lifters, nabbed seven vehicle lifters and recovered 14 stolen two-wheelers from their possession.

  • 30-yr-old milk trader found dead in Scorpio

    BHOPAL : A youth committed suicide in the Bharat Nagar area near Indrapuri under Piplani police station on the intervening night of Wednesday and Thursday. His body was found in his SUV parked in the area.

  • Reward-carrying murder accused nabbed

    BHOPAL : The city crime branch arrested an accused wanted in a case shooting a man dead and his accomplices near a school in Kamla Nagar area in the year 2012. The accused, absconding for past four years had a cash reward of Rs 10,000 on his head.

  • Body of infant recovered from Upper Lake

    BHOPAL : The body of a nearly one-day old infant was found floating at Karbala Pump House site at Upper Lake under Koh-e-Fiza police station on Thursday. Diver noticed the body and took it out from Upper Lake.