Free Press Journal
  • Indore: First moyamoya surgery in state conducted at Apollo Hospital

    Indore: In first of its kind surgery in state, doctors of Apollo Hospital successfully operated a patient suffering from rare ‘moyamoya’ disease. The surgery was conducted a week ago and the patient is recovering well. Doctors of Apollo Hospital claimed that it was the first surgery of this kind which is found in one in one lakh people.

  • Former Chief Minister of Maharashtra Narayan Rane inches closer to joining BJP

    Mumbai: Senior Congress leader and the former chief minister Narayan Rane has been in contact with top brass leaders of Bharatiya Janata Party. According to a BJP insider, Rane met union BJP minister Nitin Gadkari on Monday evening. The speculations doing rounds are Rane is all set to join the BJP and not go back to the Shiv Sena as was being rumoured. He is expected to quit Congress soon.

  • Indore: Police recover over Rs 15K siphoned through credit card

    Indore: DIG Harinarayanachari Mishra has launched a cyber helpline to control increasing cyber crimes. After getting information on this helpline, the city crime branch police succeeded to get refund of Rs 15,538, which was duped of a State Bank of India credit card holder.

  • Indore: Cyber police recover Rs 1.81 lakh

    Indore: Cyber cell police have recovered Rs 1.81 lakh, which was duped through cyber crime with the use of Credit /ATM cards by conmen. Police have re-deposited the recoveered amount in the accounts of respective victims.

  • Indore: Police foil robbery attempt, arrest four

    Indore: City police foiled a robbery attempt with the arrest of four persons while they were planning to strike at the house of a property dealer in city. One of their accomplices managed to escape from being caught. Acting on a tip-off, a team of police led Chandan Nagar police station incharge swung into action on Monday night and nabbed four of them who were planning robbery at the house of property

  • Indore: ‘Have balanced diet for physical stress management’

    Indore: Master corporate trainer Deepika Munot has said that you cannot eliminate stress but you can manage it. For physical stress management, always have balanced food diet, regular exercise and yoga. While work, always priotrise your efforts so that it can bring more efficiency and effectiveness in your job.

  • Bhopal: ‘I have my limitations, can’t reduce private school fees all of a sudden’

    BHOPAL: “I think it will be a good option to organise such meetings and press conferences under tents to save expenses of 3-star hotel,” said Vijay Shah, school education minister during a press conference at Hotel Palash on Tuesday. He further added, “I have my own limitations; I cannot suddenly reduce the fees of private schools. Yet I am trying my level best to establish a healthy environment with private schools.”

  • Indore: Four held for theft in auto parts shop

    Indore: City police on Tuesday arrested four persons in connection with the theft incident in an auto parts shop under Chhoti Gwaltoli area. According to police Bharat Arora, a resident Gorani Compound in Tukoganj had lodged a complaint on theft of Rs 15000, a gold ring and other auto parts on March 2.

  • Bhopal: Chief Minister’s announcement comes a cropper; present system to continue

    BHOPAL: There is little possibility of chief minister Shivraj Singh’s announcement of overhauling the system of supply of nutritious food to aaganwadis being fulfilled. The department of woman and child development is preparing to extend the contracts with private suppliers for supply of food, which are expiring on March 31.

  • Bhopal: MANIT students protest vehicle ban on campus

    BHOPAL: Students of Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT) on Tuesday raised the issue of banning bikes on institute premises. The administration warned the students if they continued their protest, it will declare ‘zero semester’ and also order to vacate the hostels.

  • Bhopal: Prahlad fires another salvo at CM

    BHOPAL: After assailing the state government on the issue of cancellation of admissions of 634 medical students on the orders of the Supreme Court, BJP MP Prahlad Patel has again attacked the chief minister – this time over the Narmada ghats at Jait.

  • Bhopal: Rahul Kothari is BJYM national vice-president

    BHOPAL: Rahul Kothari, state spokesperson of the BJP has been appointed national vice-president of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM). A resident of the city, Rahul was earlier the national general secretary of BJYM. He is considered close to Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan. Besides Kothari, Gaurav Tiwari, also from the state, has been appointed as national secretary. Saudan Singh, national co-organisational general secretary of the party is said to have played

  • Indore: Bharat Vikas Parishad central zone regional meeting, elections held

    Dewas: Central zone regional annual meeting and elections of Bharat Vikas Parishad was held here on Monday in which Manish Maheshwari was elected regional vice-president unanimously. Regional president Ishwaran Patel from Ujjain, general secretary Sunil Singhal from Neemuch and treasurer Deepak Chopra from Jawad were elected during the annual elections. Earlier, welcome speech was delivered by Dewas branch president Vrushali Apte.

  • Indore: Cases against labourers for illegal tree felling for road construction

    Mhow: A case of illegal felling of green tress, for construction of a road, has been registered against eight labourers. The forest department could not register the case against the road construction contractor due to political pressure.  Meanwhile, the forest department has suspended the beat guard on this issue.

  • Ujjain: City’s academician on Google’s academic panel

    Ujjain: Shilpa Sawant, daughter of former Madhav college principal Shashikant Sawant, has been inducted into the academic panel of Google Inc, becoming the first Indian to receive this honour.

  • Ujjain: Illegal occupation raises doubts on efficiency of CM helpline

    Ujjain: Questions have been raised often on the efficiency of the police and the CM’s helpline in sorting out the common man’s problems. In a recent incident, Shamsuddin, a commoner, who owns property at 112, Tilakeshwar Colony, complained to the police that his property had been illegally occupied by a person by the name of Babloo. Although he filed an application on the illegal occupation at the civil court in addition to

  • Ujjain: Former RSS functionary Chandrawat arrested for hate speech, gets bail

    Ujjain: Former leader and office bearer of Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh (RSS), Dr Kundan Chandrawat who rattled the country with his provoking speech, was arrested on Monday and produced in court. The Madhav Nagar police station had registered an FIR under IPC Section 505 against Chandrawat after his controversial speech in which he announced an award of Rs 1 crore to the person who succeeded in beheading Kerala CM Pinnarayi Vijayan. Chandrawat

  • Ujjain: VUTA chief ensures fulfillment of pending demands

    Ujjain: A general meeting of Vikram University Teachers’ Association (VUTA) was held on Tuesday. President of the Association, Dr Kaniya Meda addressed the meeting and ensured teachers that their long pending demands would be fulfilled in time. Nisha Vashishtha, Lata Bhattacharya, Uma Sharma, Shobha Jain, Premlata Chutail, Sharad Shrivastava, MS Parihar, HS Rathod and other members of the association were present in the meeting. RS Musalganvkar was present on the special invitation

  • Ujjain: Play ‘Malwa Ka Kangwala’ mesmerises audience

    Ujjain: Play ‘Malwa Ka Kangwala’ was staged on Monday which overwhelmed the audience. It was sponsored by Sangeet Natak Akademi, New Delhi and was staged during Malwa Lokmahotsav. On this occasion director Jitendra Tatwal said the tradition of Malwa ‘Kangwala’ must be continued so that the new generation came to know about folk arts of Malwa region. The play was staged under the guidance of Prabhat Kumar Bhattacharya. Akshay Rathore, Govind Solanki,