Free Press Journal
  • Mayor Malini Gaud to present progress report in delhi

    Indore: Mayor Malini Gaud would be going to New Delhi on Wednesday to participate in three-day Smart City convention wherein she would present a report on progress done by Indore on smart city project so far.

  • Autopsy of SIMI activists reveals multiple entry and exit wounds

    Bhopal: The post-mortem report of the eight SIMI terrorists, who were gunned down hours after they escaped from the Bhopal Central Jail earlier on Monday, stated there were multiple entry and exit wounds and that majority of the wounds were above waist.

  • No traffic lights, cops to control traffic at Rajmohalla square

    Indore: Rajmohalla Square, one of the busiest junctions of the city, is an example of traffic mismanagement. Located in the older and densely populated part of the city, the junction has heavy commercial vehicular traffic throughout the day. It connects Gangwal bus stand, Jawhara Marg and Bada Ganpati and jams are common, particularly in the evening. Absence of a parking lot multiplies the problem.

  • “We all are specially abled because we all have some defect or handicap”- Hrithik Roshan

    What preparations did you make to play visually impaired?
    Half the prep is complete if the script impacts you emotionally. Other than that, all one can do is amass as much information and awareness. Which I did by meeting, chatting, discussing with some of my visually impaired friends. Amazing guys.

  • Friends slit youth’s throat in Indore

    Indore: A youth’s throat was slit by his friends following an argument. He has been admitted to hospital where he is undergoing treatment. Meanwhile, the police have launched preliminary investigation into matter and are waiting for the youth to recover to record his statement.

  • DAVV proposes to award 270 medals during convocation

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya has proposed to give away nearly 270 medals, including around 240 gold medals, to meritorious students of 2012-13 and 2013-14 sessions during convocation ceremony scheduled to be held on December 1.

  • Law students allege ‘out of syllabus’ questions in exam

    Indore: The BBA-LLB students of second semester on Tuesday claimed that out of course questions were asked in one of their papers and requested Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya to award full marks to them for the irrelevant questions.

  • IMC to convert garbage into electricity, manure

    Indore: After dropping a proposal to shift trenching ground from Devguradia to Sanawadia village, Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) has now announced plans to convert municipal solid waste collected at the existing facility into electricity and manure.

  • Indore: A day after Diwali, heavy rush in trains

    Indore: Heavy rush of passengers were witnessed at city railway station and private bus operators’ booking offices on the next day of Diwali festival on Tuesday. Taking advantage of the situation, the bus operators charged exorbitant fares from the passengers who came to city to celebrate the festival with their near and dear ones.

  • Beaten by husband, pregnant woman bids self-immolation in Indore

    Indore: An eight-month-old pregnant woman set herself on fire in an attempt to end her life. She has been admitted to hospital where she is undergoing treatment now. Her husband beat her up when she refused to pay for liquor and chicken. The police have registered the case and are investigating the matter.

  • Malaiya leads foundation day celebrations in Indore city

    Indore: State’s 60th foundation day was celebrated with patriotic fervor and enthusiasm in city on Tuesday. The main function was held at APTC ground, where state finance minister and incharge minister of Indore district Jayant Malaiya was the chief guest. After unfurling the flag, the finance minister read out the message of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan to the people. Bands of BSF, First Battalion, RAPTC and district police played patriotic tunes

  • Ex-serviceman Ram Kishan Grewal commits suicide over OROP

    New Delhi: Ex-serviceman Ram Kishan Grewal allegedly committed suicide at the Jantar Mantar in Delhi over the delay in implementation of the One Rank, One Pension (OROP) scheme.

  • A new musical ‘Horizon’ in the making

    Indore: Bringing pride to the city, ‘Horizon’ a band of young musicians recently participated and bagged second position in ‘Thomso 2016 battle of bands’ competition organised by IIT-Roorkee in their campus. The band was rewarded with Rs 20,000 cash prize, certificates and goodies.

  • Absenteeism in BSF serious issue, says Bombay HC

    Unauthorised absence of an employee of BSF is very serious. If his personal affairs compel him to stay away from duties… definitely theauthorities have every reason to take harsh action— Bombay High Court

  • Illegal arms dealer nabbed in Indore

    Indore: A gun runner was nabbed by the city police and a number of country-made pistols and cartridges were seized from him. The police were also able to apprehend customers who were purchasing the illegal arms.

  • Sensex, Nifty opens on a negative note

    Mumbai: The 30-scrip Sensitive Index (Sensex) on Wednesday opened on a negative note during the morning session of the trade.

  • Two youths injured after being hit by car in Indore

    Indore: Two youths sustained injuries when a car hit the motorcycle they were on near White Church. The youths were returning from wholesale market when the accident occurred.