Free Press Journal
  • Audi A3 To Get 1.4-Litre Petrol Engine?

    It’s been more than two years since the launch of Audi’s smallest offering – the A3 – in India. And barring the introduction of a convertible variant, the brand with four rings has hardly imparted any new updates to the sedan. But the mid-life facelift, which is available in the global markets, is slated to arrive in India by early 2017 and is likely to be powered by the 1.4-litre four-cylinder turbocharged mill.

  • Launching today: BMW 3GT facelift

    BMW carved out a nice niche for itself with the Gran Turismo series of its popular 3 Series sedan. The facelift was unveiled globally a couple of months back, and the friendly folks from Bavaria have decided to pass the cake to India rather early. The 3GT facelift goes on sale in the country today.

  • DAVV not practising what it’s preaching

    Indore: Practice what you preach.  For Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya this idiom suits best as the university is not doing what it is asking colleges to do.

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    5 not to miss international films at the Jio Mami 2016

    The Jio Mami Film Festival is all set to kick off from October 20, 2016. This year the film festival brings 12 stunning films from 18 countries and 10 foreign languages.  From a rom-com to horror, there’s everything you like. And to help you with the selection, we bring to you 5 not to miss films at the Jio Mami Film Festival 2016. Here we go:

  • PIMR’s annual festivals inaugurated in Indore

    Indore: Manthan, the three-day annual festival of Prestige Institute of Management Research, was inaugurated on Tuesday. Model and Ms India finalist Arisha Jain and flute player Satish Date were present during the inaugural function.

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    Man booked for abetting wife’s suicide in Indore

    Indore: One month after a woman committed suicide, police registered a case against her husband under Dowry Act as well as a case of abetting suicide.

  • Mumbai: Special drive by Western Railway to remove illegal structures

    Mumbai: The special drive by the Western Railway (WR) and the municipal corporation to remove unsafe and dangerous structures at Behrampada on Tuesday was protested by local residents after which the officials requested them to cooperate in removing the unauthorised structures in the area. The special drive to remove dangerous structures has been jointly launched by WR and the civic body from October 15.  The special drive would be continued till all the unsafe

  • Minor girls kidnapped

    Girl fakes own kidnapping in Indore

    Indore: The kidnapping of a girl from Aerodrome area on Monday turned out to be an elaborate plan of the girl herself to throw the police and her family of track. The police claimed that the girl had left for Assam to be with her sister following an argument with her family.

  • Punjab: Family of five was killed as car swerves to save stray dog

    Ludhiana (Punjab): Five members of a family including three children died in a road accident in the wee hours of Wednesday near Ludhiana’s Dehlon village where their car hit a bus in an attempt to save a stray dog that came in front of the car.

  • Married woman hangs self in Indore

    Indore: A newly-married woman and mother of a baby girl allegedly committed suicide at her home.

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    MIAL beefs up medical facilities at Mumbai airport

    Mumbai: With a significant increase in the number of passengers flying through the Mumbai airport in recent years, medical facilities have been beefed up in a major way.

  • Kirti Somaiya attack, 2 more held in Mumbai

    Mumbai: The Mumbai police on Tuesday arrested two more people in connection with the alleged attack on BJP MP Kirit Somaiya.