Free Press Journal
  • Indore gears up for 11th Green Corridor

    Indore: After creating history of preparing 10 successful ‘Green Corridors’ for speedy transportation of organs in a year, the city is once again preparing a Green Corridor from Choithram Hospital to airport and Choithram Hospital to Bombay Hospital.

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    International media trashes Deepika’s EMA look

    Bollywood Diva Deepika Padukone’s maiden appearance in MTV Europe Music Awards (EMA) at Rotterdam has been criticized by the media in the West. Her appearance has been labelled as ‘Bollywood Blunder’ by a who was earlier trolled for failing to recognize the actress and referring her as ‘female companion’ of Novak Djokovic. (Read the post here) As a result the media had to later apologize and re-introduce Deepika in the same article.

  • MGM to host talk on establishment of National Medical Commission

    Indore: Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College (MGM) will host a talk on National Medical Commission, proposed to replace the apex authority of medical education and practices Medical Council of India (MCI), on November 8.

  • Bangla Court releases Dawood’s top aide; India awaits his extradition

    Bangladesh Jail authority freed a top aide of underworld don Dawood Ibhrahim’s – Abdur Rauf Daud Merchant who was convicted in on the expiry of his jail term for cross-border intrusion and was also a convicted killer of Indian music baron Gulshan Kumar.

  • Police book owner of Kruti Gas Agency for fraud in Indore

    Indore: Banganga police on Monday registered a case against Kruti Gas Agency, located at Sanwer Road, under  charges of forgery and violation of Petroleum Gas Supply and Distribution Rule 2000.

  • Crime Round-Up: MY security guard injures physically-challenged man in Indore

    Indore: Amid poor state of affairs in the state’s biggest government run Maharaja Yashwantrao Hospital, a security guard allegedly beat up a physically challenged man, who had come with a patient, while he was entering the hospital on Monday morning.

  • BCCI moves to Supreme Court, seeks release of funds for Rajkot match

    The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has approached the Supreme Court seeking the release of funds ahead of the India-England Test match which is to be held in Rajkot from tomorrow. The hearing of this matter will happen today at 2 PM.

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    Election Petition: Vijayvargiya granted 10 days to appear before Madhya Pradesh HC

    Indore: Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Monday granted 10 days to BJP general secretary and Mhow MLA Kailash Vijayvargiya to appear in court reportedly stating that if he failed to show up then he would be deprived of right to examination and argument in a case pertaining to alleged distribution of currency notes by him during Assembly elections in 2013.

  • Emerald Heights bags awards in IPSC IT festival

    Indore: Students of Emerald Heights International School bagged various awards in the annual Indian Public Schools’ Conference (IPSC) IT fest organised at Rajkumar College, Rajkot recently.

  • Tirupati Balaji puja in Mumbai for the first time

    Mumbai is witnessing a week long Sri Venkateswara Vaibhavotsavam’s darshan, Sri Venkateswara Vaibhavotsavam is also known as Tirupati Balaji. It is for the first time that this programme of divine darshan is being held in Mumbai. This event is being held at Somaiya ground, Chunabhatti. Chief Minister of Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis will be inaugurating the event.

  • Hillary Clinton moves to 4-point edge over Donald Trump: Poll

    Washington: With one day before Election Day, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton has a four percentage-point lead over Republican rival Donald Trump, according to the final Fox News national pre-election poll of likely voters.

  • Caste no bar: When friendship blossomed into love

    Indore: A love that blossoms on friendship, understanding and acceptance can overcome barriers of language, caste, community, customs and traditions.  Though, 38-year-old regional manager Marlina Christie and 39-year-old software consultant Anirudh Ramchandran met by chance, but their love story confirms the importance of accepting and understanding in a marriage.