Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Two robbers held at Chandan Nagar

    Indore: Police on Thursday arrested two persons who used to rob women in deserted places under Chandan Nagar area of the city. They are being questioned for other crimes.

  • Indore: Passport office in city to be operational from January

    Indore: The much awaited Passport Service Centre (PSC) will be operational from next month. Furnishing of the PSC is on final stage. The facility would help passport aspirants of 16 districts of Indore and Ujjain division.

  • Stop blame game and end pothole problem, BMC-MMRDA told by Bombay HC

    It was in August when Justice Vidyasagar Kanade, the second senior-most judge in the HC, had complained of back pain due to potholes in the city. He had rapped the civic body for several potholes on city’s roads. However, the BMC had on a later hearing blamed the quality of the ‘suspension’ of the cars provided to judges for the jerks.

  • Indore: Crime cases drop in Scheme No 78

    Indore: Crime cases in Scheme No 78 have came down considerable and the resident feel more secure as police and the residents became more alert. Chain snatchings and robberies are common incidents. Four months ago a chain was snatched from a woman leading to belief that women are not safe in the area. The police had arrested some persons in connection with the snatching but nothing came out of it.

  • Indore: Hospital group surrenders Rs 6 cr to tax sleuths

    Indore: Greater Kailash Private Limited — a prominent multi-specialty hospital group of the city – surrendered Rs 6 crore to Income Tax department on the culmination of three-day-long raid.

  • Bhopal: Honda Cars ties up with banks to counter demonetisation slowdown

    BHOPAL: Honda Cars India Ltd. (HCIL) has announced 100 per cent on road and ex-showroom funding deals with the HDFC, AXIS and ICICI Banks. In the wake of demonetisation, HCIL believes that car sales would be adversely affected. The collaboration with the banks is intended to facilitate the car buyers in the currently prevailing circumstances.

  • Bhopal: Swami Vivekanand Library to buy books selected by members

    BHOPAL: Swami Vivekanand Library will now purchase books suggested by its members. As per its new approved collection policy, the books will be purchased considering choice of its members. The policy will be applicable from January 1, 2017.

  • Indore: Atlas Shrugged’s chilling parallels with current scenario shocks readers

    Indore: Indore Management Association organised a discussion on book “Atlas Shrugged” for management professionals, serious book readers and students in IMA Reader’s Clique. The programme was organised at IMA Meeting Room, Jall Auditorium. Kavita Singh was the narrator. The essence of the book is ‘when money ceases to be the tool by which men deal with one another, then men become tools of men.’

  • Bhopal: Science Museum holds bird watching camp

    BHOPAL: Regional Museum of Natural History, Bhopal organised Bird Watching programme on Thursday at Van Vihar National Park, Bhopal. Dr. Sudesh Waghmare, former assistant conservator of forests was the resource person for the programme. Twenty students of classes 6-8 participated in the programme.

  • Indore: Muskaan, spreading smiles among street children

    Indore: Silence is condescending. It has become a mere expression of unapologetic ignorance. Giving someone the cold shoulder by remaining silent is a condescending expression. Can we associate change with silence? Is there a silver lining? Abhishek Dubey, founder and president, Muskaan Foundation, harmonises this thought. He is not a saint or a philosopher. He is a 23-year-old engineer from Gwalior, who has transformed himself into a successful mentor.

  • Bhopal division players win in athletics, karate, wrestling

    BHOPAL: The second ‘Mukhyamantri Cup’ championship concluded on Thursday at TT Stadium. Bhopal division emerged winner in athletics, karate (girls) and wrestling (boys). Gwalior won volleyball (boys) while Ujjain won volleyball championship (girls).

  • Indian economy down for now, but not out

    The Reserve Bank’s cut in the country’s growth rate estimate for this year from 7.6 per cent to 7.1 per cent is hardly surprising considering that the period covered is the immediate aftermath of demonetisation. Even diehard optimists had predicted that demonetisation would affect the growth rate and the economy in general in the short run. What remains to be seen, however, is the effect in the medium and long term which would be

  • Bhopal: GGM inaugurates safety awareness week at NTPC

    BHOPAL: A safety awareness week was inaugurated at Singrauli super-thermal power station on Thursday. Group’s general manager Dinesh Kumar administered oath of observing safety to the employees. Additional general manager (human resources) Anil Kumar Jadli said safety awareness week would be observed at Singrauli Power House from December 8 to 13.