Free Press Journal
  • Indore: District administration seeks objection from people

    Indore: Bowing to agitation of alumni of Agriculture College over issue of proposed district court building on Agriculture College land, the district administration on Tuesday sought objection from people, organizations and trusts.

  • Kin of accused can be credible witnesses: Bombay HC

    Mumbai: Observing that ‘relationship’ is not a factor to affect credibility of a witness, the Bombay HC dismissed the appeals moved by six convicts, who were sentenced to life imprisonment for killing a youngster in 2010.

  • Toyota

    Toyota Motors to invest $10 bn in US in next five years

    Tokyo: Japanese vehicle manufacturer Toyota Motor will invest at least $10 billion in the US over the next five years, a company spokesperson said on Tuesday,  reports IANS.

  • Indore: Solar cooking session at Jimmy McGilligan Centre

    Indore: Inventor and designer of many solar cookers and world famous master solar chef Prof Celestino Rodrigues Ruivo from Portugal visited the city and conducted solar cooking training for students of a school at Jimmy McGilligan Centre for Sustainable Development on Tuesday.

  • Twin blasts near Afghan parliament kill 21 

    Kabul: Twin Taliban blasts struck near the Afghan parliament in Kabul, killing at least 21 people and wounding 45 others in the rush-hour attack that shattered a relative lull in violence in the capital, reports AFP.

  • ‘Swiss Muslim girls must take swimming classes with boys’

    Strasbourg (France): Muslim parents in Switzerland cannot refuse to send their daughters to mixed school-run swimming lessons, Europe’s rights top court ruled on Tuesday, responding to a challenge by a Turkish-Swiss couple who argued the classes violated their beliefs, reports AFP.

  • Indore: Madhuri Gawande’s determination is an inspiration for others

    Indore: With determination to live her life independently, 46-year-old Madhuri Gawande made the best of whatever she had left, when her husband quality manager Sanjay Gawande passed away in a tragic accident in 2004. Though her life has been full of hardships, she overcame hurdles with determination and become an inspiring Woman of Substance.

  • Maharashtra, Lok sabha polls, MLC polls, Shiv sena, BJP, Tit for tat fight, Shrinivas Vanga, Chintaram Vanga,

    Mumabi: BJP wants tie-up in civic polls, Shiv Sena plays tough

    Mumbai : The Bharatiya Janata Party seems ready to go in for alliance with Shiv Sena for the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) elections. The Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has instructed his party ministers to initiate a dialogue with Sena leaders. However the Sena president, Uddhav Thackeray asked the BJP to reveal its decision on seat sharing formula.

  • Indore: TERI to organise ‘Green Heroes’ workshop

    Indore: The Energy and Resource Institute (TERI) and the US Consulate General, Mumbai have come together to gather stories of unsung ‘Green Heroes’ from India’s western region.

  • Child breaks down in Bombay HC, refuses to go with mum

    According to the woman, she got married in 2006, and in 2010 she delivered the baby boy. In December 2014, the couple got divorced and the boy’s custody was granted to the mother as he was a minor, but the father ‘kidnapped’ him.

  • Indore: Cold wave intensifies further

    Indore: The cold wave condition intensified further in the city on Tuesday with the return of icy winds from the northern part of the country.

  • Indore: Fake cops strike again, loot elderly woman

    Indore: Fake cops struck the city once again on Tuesday. Three fake police officers managed to take away gold ornaments worth Rs 2 lakh from an elderly woman in Tilak Nagar, on Tuesday morning.

  • Indore: Fog engulfs airport, flights delayed

    Indore: For the first time in the winter season, dense fog engulfed the city airport on Tuesday, reducing the visibility to just 50 meters. Such was the condition that landing flights could begin after 10 am. One flight had to be diverted, while six other flights could not take off. A large number of passengers missed their connecting flights.

  • Indore: Clear misconceptions towards dieting practices

    Indore: Bringing awareness to people about dieting disasters, Indian Dietetic Association, Indore chapter tried to raise awareness about correct dieting practices prior to ‘Dietetics Day’, which was celebrated nation-wide on Tuesday.

  • Regular exercise routine of parents helps set habit in kids

    Washington: Dear parents, if you exercise regularly, then it can directly affect the health of your kids in childhood as well as adulthood. A new study suggests that kids aged three to five are more likely to be physically active if their parents increase activity and reduce sedentary lifestyle, says ANI.

  • Indore: Police book Lath Travels owner for forgery

    Indore: A case of fraud was registered against Lath Travels and Tours by Tukoganj police for not booking travel packages of many people even after taking money from them.

  • Indore: Sales executive booked for fraud

    Indore: Police have registered a case of fraud at Malharganj police station against a finance executive of Home Credit India Finance Pvt Ltd for taking loans from the company in the name of existing customers by using their documents, on Tuesday.