Free Press Journal
  • There’s no Baahubali without Prabhas and Rana Daggubati

    Actor Rana Daggubati says that his “Baahubali” co-star Prabhas deserves more credit than anyone for his involvement because what he has done for the film is greater than any other individuals contribution.”What Prabhas has done for the film and what he has given is far greater than any of us could have done,” Rana said, heaping praise on his co-star with whom he locks horns in the film.
    In the film, Prabhas and Rana play

  • Indore: Kothari college given clean chit in scholarship fraud allegation

    Indore: Kothari College of Management, Science and Technology has been reportedly given clean chit by the department of higher education (DHE) in an alleged case of scholarship fraud. An inquiry into a complaint filed by a former employee of the college found no proof of the institute siphoning off scholarships meant for students belonging to SC/ST and OBC categories.

  • JEE Mains: All four city toppers are boys

    Indore: Four students from the city performed exceptionally well in the IIT JEE Mains, the results of which were announced on Thursday. All the four students are boys. Apart from Anany Sharma (AIR-10), the other three students who made the city proud are: Pradyuman Rathore, Arpit Prajapati, and Ayush Somani. These students scored above 300 marks out of 360.

  • Indore: Man held for harassing woman

    Indore: We Care For You team of Indore police arrested a person for harassing his sister-in-law by sending obscene messages on her mobile phone here on Thursday.

  • Indore: Cop, who pedals to patrol city streets

    Indore: A police station in charge of city prefers using a bicycle to conduct night patrolling of the area under his jurisdiction. He does this for two reasons – he is health conscious and wants to stay healthy and he gets to have a micro look at areas under his jurisdiction.

  • Indore: Art, photography exhibition inaugurated

    Indore: 4-day long canvas art and photography exhibition was organised by Ujas Kala Sangam at Pritamlal Dua Art Gallery and Sabhagrah on Thursday from noon till 8 pm. Mirza Amanullah Khan inaugurated the exhibition in presence of Zareen Mirza, Dr Pratap Hardia and Suraiya Mirza. Sanstha president and convener Sangeeta Verma said that artists have exhibited landscape, figurative and abstract art.  Vandita Shrivastav exhibited four paintings describing Kashmir’s beauty and 12 paintings

  • Indore: Man seriously injured in car crash

    Indore: A man was seriously injured, as he lost control of his car and crashed on to the other side of the road after flipping off the divider here on bypass road on Wednesday night.

  • Indore: NJGB remembers Malik Muhammad Jayasi

    Indore: Narmada Jhabua Gramin Bank (NJGB) held a function in the memory of Indian poet Malik Muhammad Jayasi under the aegis of Bank’s Regional Functioning Committee. A literary musical evening based on Avadhi dialect was organised to make the memorable. Committee president PK Banerjee narrated the story of Jayasi’s literary journey. He also mentioned his most famous works in Avadhi language. Secretary Pradip Kori highlighted the importance of this event and lauded

  • Black Ribbon Initiative: ADG shares cyber security tips

    Indore: The 205th workshop on cyber security under ‘Black Ribbon Initiative,’ conceptualised by Police Radio Training School director ADG Varun Kapoor, was held at Pritamlal Dua Auditorium on Thursday. As many as 63 members of Vaishya Mahasammelan Mahila Unit attended the workshop.

  • Generic or Branded: Doctors reflect on pros and cons

    Ministry of health and family welfare is planning to release an order to ensure doctors are prescribing medicines by generic names only. Country’s apex medical regulator, the Medical Council of India (MCI) has already called upon all the doctors to prescribe drugs with generic names legibly and preferably in capital letters. Generic drugs are the drugs, which have same chemical formula and pharmacological effects as those of their brand-name counterparts.  SAMEER TIWARI

  • Indore: Vinod Khanna will be remembered as perfect gentleman says Sumitra Mahajan

    Indore: Lok Sabha speaker Sumitra Mahajan on Thursday condoled the demise of renowned Bollywood actor and MP Vinod Khanna and said he will be remembered as a “perfect gentleman with a perennial smile on his face”. In her message, she said “I am deeply saddened to learn about Shri Vinod Khanna’s sad and untimely demise.” Khanna was the sitting member of the Lok Sabha, representing Gurdaspur in Punjab.

  • IPL: Gujarat thrash RCB by seven wickets

    Bengaluru, Gujarat Lions dominated with both bat and ball to thrash Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) by seven wickets in their Indian Premier League (IPL) clash at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium here on Thursday evening.

  • Indore: Effective talent management increases growth by multiple times says Vyas

    Indore: “Talents always play a major role in growth of a business organisation and effective management of talents increases the results by multiple times. Therefore, an organisation should have a clear, targeted, and well-communicated talent strategy to achieve success. It should have fully developed and integrated talent activities aligned to desired strategic outcomes. Relationships with talent are systemic and tailored,” said corporate trainer Mukesh Vyas, while addressing a session ‘Great Place To

  • Maharashtra outsources cow protection, welfare to NGOs

    Mumbai: It’s an innovative way of getting the job done without being involved in the business. The BJP-led Maharashtra government has decided to outsource cow protection and welfare of its bovine population to Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), who will be responsible for ensuring that those under its care are not sent to slaughter houses.

  • Ujjain: Educationist sets example, donates body for research

    Ujjain: In an inspirational act, body of former chairman of Madhya Pradesh Pollution Control Board and educationist, Dr Premshankar Dubey, was donated, at his behest, to RD Gardi Medical College for research.