Free Press Journal
  • Team finds garbage, residents say improvement

    Indore : A team from Quality Council of India (QCI), New Delhi on Saturday continued with its survey to examine cleanliness and sanitation situation in the city.

  • No Entry To Muslim Migrants United States

    “I am establishing new vetting measures to keep radical Islamic terrorists out of the US. We don’t want them here”.

  • IIM students set up library at govt school

    Indore : As part of their Umeed initiative, students of Indian Institute of Management Indore have set up a library for students from 1st to 8th Std at Government School, Janapav Kutti.

  • Human Library to hold ‘Saluting the real heroes’

    Indore : The Human Library, Indore chapter is conducting an event, ‘Saluting the real heroes’ here on Sunday where they will share their thrilling, courageous and adventurous stories from battle grounds.

  • Youth called for compromise, stabbed

    INDORE: A goon invited a youth to resolve a dispute over borrowed money and attacked him with a knife and injured him. The youth has been admitted to a hospital. The police have registered a case and are investigating the matter.

  • P&T Square residents, traders to intensify stir against liquor shop

    BHOPAL : Businessmen and local residents at P&T Square demanded immediate shifting of a liquor shop which they say is the biggest nuisance at the square. It is located at prime location centering posh colonies like Shashtri Nagar, P&T Colony so incidents like eave teasing, chain snatching are common. Girls of all the four routes are victims of eave teasing due to this liquor shop.

  • Govt Bailed Out Air India , Not Kingfisher: Vijay Mallya

    Bengaluru : Beleaguered industrialist Vijay Mallya said on Saturday that the  government preferred to help the loss-making Air India and not his Kingfisher Airlines. “Government bailed out Air India, but did not bail out KFA. So much for favours,” recalled Mallya in a series of tweets.

  • Seminar on basic & applied immunology held at DAVV

    Indore : A two-day seminar on ‘Basic and Applied Immunology: An Industrial Perspective’ was organised at Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya. The seminar was jointly conducted by School of Life Sciences, School of Pharmacy and School of Bio-Chemistry. The seminar was inaugurated by Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) vice-president Dr Shailendra Saraf on Friday.

  • Chill is back; likely to last for a couple of days

    BHOPAL : Weather turned chilly all over the state on Saturday. Damoh, Rewa and Betul recorded 6°C which was lowest in the state. The condition is likely to prevail for the next couple of days.

  • 2 burglars nabbed

    INDORE:  Police arrested two burglars and recovered stolen merchandise worth Rs 2 lakh from their possession. The accused have been booked under various sections of the IPC and are being questioned now.

  • ‘Will show strength of BJP’

    Mumbai : Launching a scathing attack on Shiv Sena and Uddhav Thackeray, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said those who swore by the name of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and held the saffron flag had no moral right to extort money. He also said that Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will show its ‘aukat’ (calibre) to the Sena on February 21.

  • Dec 16 murder case solved, one arrested

    Indore : Solving the blind murder, the police arrested one person on Saturday. The accused is being questioned by the police.

  • Noble deeds must outweigh politics for awards

    Recipients of national awards need to be selected very carefully and totally based on merit. The awarding of Padma Vibhushan to NCP president Sharad Pawar has not gone down well with many as EKTA SINGH finds out.

  • WR GM pitches for more passenger facilities

    Ratlam : General manager of Western Railway, GC Agrawal pitched for further improvement in passenger amenities towards providing a comfortable and convenient journey to the passengers during his Republic Day speech here on Wednesday. He urged railway employees and officials to put in more hard work towards the same.