Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Girl ‘wrongly’ framed, forced to write apology

    Indore: A girl student of a private college was forced by a flying squad constituted by Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya to write an apology letter addressed to superintendent of an examination centre for allegedly misbehaving with invigilator during exam.

  • Pune DFA defeat Kolhapur DFA 4-3

    Mumbai : The boy’s team from Pune DFA defeated Kolhapur DFA team 4-3 in the final of the OORJA – CAPFs Under-19 Football Talent Hunt 2017, played for the Olympian S.S. Narayan Trophy, at Cooperage Football Stadium, Mumbai, on Tuesday, May 9.

  • Air India colts strike late to hold Mumbai  FC ‘B’

    Mumbai : Air India Under-19 scored late into additional period and salvaged a point as they held arch-rivals Mumbai FC ‘B’ team to a 1-1 draw in a Super Division (play-off) match of the MDFA Leagues 2016-2017 and played at the Andheri Sports Complex ground. Mumbai FC took an early lead through Rakesh Karmaran’s strike in the 13th minute. Just as it seemed that Mumbai FC was heading to victory, Air India colts

  • Indore: Another green corridor to be created today

    Indore: After creating history of preparing sixteen successful ‘Green Corridors’ in the city for speedy transportation of organs in the last 19 months, the city is once again preparing a Green Corridor from CHL Hospital on Wednesday.

  • Indore-Guwahati train to start from June 30

    Indore: Union Minister of State for Railways Manoj Sinha on Tuesday announced that the most-awaited Indore-Guwahati train’s operation would start running from June 30. This weekly train would run on Mondays.

  • Indore: Four candidates in fray for post of president

    Indore: As many as four candidates filed nomination papers for president post of District Bar Association, elections for which is scheduled to be held on May 19. Those in the fray for the president post are: Dinesh Pandey, Roshan Sonkar, Awadesh Sharma, and Mahesh Kumar Dixit.

  • Meditation brings peace, calmness and understanding in human life

    Indore: Taking the journey inwards and learning to stay peaceful, many youngsters along with professionals are learning meditation techniques and attracting positive energy to their life. For all the spiritual seekers, Buddha Purnima is one of the most auspicious days to re-align themselves with life energies.

  • Indore: Man’s body found with scratch marks on face

    Indore: A 55-year-old man, who had gone to attend nature’s call, died under mysterious circumstances in Bhanwarkuan area on Monday evening. It seems that his face was scratched by some animals.

  • Indore: Passing out ceremony at MCTE

    Mhow: Passing out ceremony of the Technical Entry Scheme (TES) 29 course from Cadets Training Wing, Military College of Telecommunication Engineering (MCTE), was held here on Tuesday in full military pomp and grandeur.

  • Indore: Congress meet discusses Indira’s birth centenary programme

    Dewas: A campaign will be carried out by Congress throughout the entire month of November, 2017 to celebrate the birth centenary of former prime minister Indira Gandhi.  In this regard a meeting of Indore division was organised on Monday in the presence of chief guest, congress national general secretary Mohan Prakash. The meeting was headed by state congress president Arun Yadav.  From Dewas region city Congress president M Aslam Sheikh, district congress

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    Pune techie murder: Death penalty for 3

    Pune: Nearly eight years after a software engineer returning home from work in Pune was abducted and raped by four people, and then murdered, a special court on Monday convicted three of them. The fourth accused, who had turned approver, was acquitted.

  • Indore: Woman allegedly harassed for dowry by hubby, in-laws

    Indore: A woman has lodged a complaint with Chandan Nagar police on Monday evening alleging that she has been harassed by her husband and in-laws for the past eight years. When she refused to meet their demand, she was thrashed and kicked out from the house.

  • Indore: Women parliament held sans rural women

    Bagli: District administration organised a women parliament in village Patadipal, under Polakhal gram panchayat of Udai Nagar block of Bagli tehsil on Monday. Chief guest of the programme was district in-charge minister Surendra Patwa.

  • Indore: Mayor reviews cleanliness works in town

    Dewas: Mayor Subhash Sharma took a meeting of municipal health department at his residence regarding cleanliness of the city under clean India campaign on Tuesday. In this meeting corporation commissioner Himanshu Singh, deputy commissioner Parmesh Jalote, executive engineer Surenshchandra Vyas and other health officials were present.

  • After CoBRA, railway police being trained to take on Maoists in Maharashtra

    Mumbai: Commando Battalion for Resolute Action, or Co Bra commandos as they are better known, will get company to fight the Maoists. The commandos of Railway Protection Force (RPF) are currently being trained in jungle warfare to take on the Naxals who operate in Maharashtra’s ‘Red Corridor’.

  • Ujjain: Traders observe Freeganj bandh

    Ujjain: Shopkeepers of Freeganj area observed ‘bandh’ on Tuesday to protest against suspension of vacating cut squares in the area by Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC). The campaign of vacating cut square was stopped by the UMC following oppose of some political leaders.

  • Ujjain: Nrusingh jayanti celebrated

    Ujjain:  Nrusingh jayanti was celebrated at Nrusingh Ghat on Tuesday. An ‘abhishek’ of  Lord Nrusingh was performed by priests. A procession along with the idol of deity Nrusingh was held by the Maheshwari community while the temple located at Chhota Sarafa area was beautifully adorned to mark the festival. Many programmes were organised at the temple by devotees.