Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Common man conned by smart move

    Indore: Common man has been taken for a ride by the Central government and oil companies in the name of daily pricing of petroleum products. It has been a smart move to increase prices without the public even realizing that they have been paying higher price every time they go to a petrol pump to refuel their vehicle

  • Indore: Crime branch arrests conman from Rajasthan

    Indore: City crime branch on Tuesday arrested a conman from Rajasthan, who was on the run after duping people of crores of rupees in the name of giving them spectacles made up of antique stone.

  • Indore: IT Wiz Sacred Heart emerges winner, St Paul finishes second

    Indore: Sacred Heart School (Kota) emerged winner and St Paul School (Indore) runner-up of Indore edition of IT Wiz, one of the country’s biggest inter-school quiz contest, organised by Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) at Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) auditorium on Tuesday.

  • Indore: Online DET model answers released, objections invited

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) on Tuesday released model answers of doctoral entrance test (DET) for Management and Commerce subjects, which was held in online mode, with inviting objections within August 31.

  • Indore: Facebook friend held for stalking woman

    Indore: We Care For You wing arrested a person for teasing and defaming a woman. The accused was a Facebook friend of the victim, a resident of Rajendra Nagar area. The victim’s complaint stated that accused Rohit Kalyane met her on Facebook and they shared each other’s number. “After few days, the accused started calling her and stalking her to college. He also took admission in the same college and started forcing the

  • Indore: Joyful Bag Wonderful means of sharing and spreading goodness

    Indore: Giving a traditional aura, CREATE Stories organised ‘Joyful Bag – Khushiyon Ka Basta’ at Sun City to celebrate Ganesha festival with women of the township. Unlike others, who prefer popular forms of dance like Zumba or Ballroom, women at Sun City opted for freestyle dancing to devotional songs to enjoy the occasion.

  • Bhopal: Dera chief’s case has embarrassed religious figures says Ramdev

    Indore: A day after Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh was jailed for 20 years for rape, yoga guru Ramdev on Tuesday said such cases are causing an embarrassment to religious figures. “It is true that we are facing embarrassment for such cases which have surfaced in the past two-three years,” Ramdev, who was here to participate in a private programme, told reporters.

  • Bhopal: Waterlogged roads give hard time to people admin reluctant

    Bhopal: Nothing has changed and nothing will, we had faced the brunt of civic administration’s apathy last year and things are no different this year. Like any other year, we are struggling with water logging problem in Nehru Nagar area but the civic authorities are yet to pay any heed to our complaints, decried the residents in unison.

  • Indore: MGM all set to enhance infrastructure to secure nod for 100 more MBBS seats

    Indore: Aimed at securing approval to increase 100 more seats in MBBS course without any hassle or submitting compliance report, Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College is all set to formally start its infrastructure development work for the 250-UG seat capacity, with Lok Sabha speaker Sumitra Mahajan to lay foundation stone of the works on Tuesday.

  • Indore: No objection from DAVV in scrapping degree completion period

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya on Tuesday dashed off a letter to department of higher education (DHE) stating that no ordinance or regulation of the university prevents any bid to change in existing system of completing undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses in fixed time periods.

  • Bhopal: AI staff earns Bhind MP’s ire over issuing economy class boarding pass

    Bhopal: Air India officials earned the wrath of Bhind Lok Sabha MP Bhagirath Prasad who was issued an economy class boarding pass even when he is entitled to travel in business class. The MP was scheduled to fly to New Delhi on Tuesday morning to attend a meeting. On reaching at the airport, the MP and his staff were taken aback when they found that instead of business class, an economy class

  • Bhopal: ‘RTI cannot be used to access leave applications of public servants’

    Bhopal: The State Information Commission on Tuesday ruled that the RTI cannot be used to access leave applications of public servants as it will ‘disclose private and personal information about them.” The ruling comes close on the heels of SC declaring Right to Privacy a fundamental right.

  • Indore: Two girl roommates commit suicide

    Indore: Two girl roommates allegedly committed suicide by consuming some poisonous substance under Vijay Nagar police station area on Tuesday. Two suicide notes were also recovered from the spot but reason for their suicide could not be established yet. Police have sent the bodies for autopsy and started investigation into the case.

  • Bhopal: Waited entire day but no worker turned up says Maya Singh

    Bhopal: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan reviewed implementation of directives issued by BJP national president Amit Shah at an informal meeting of the council of ministers on Tuesday. The chief minister told his colleagues that they should decide their schedules for touring the districts and meeting party workers and leaders.

  • Bhopal: Cabinet clears price deficit scheme for farmers

    Bhopal: The cabinet, on Tuesday, cleared the “Mukhyamantri Price Deficit Financing Scheme” under which the difference between the MSP or market intervention price and the model sale price of select pulses, oilseeds and horticultural crops will be reimbursed to the farmers. Under the scheme, if the model price of a listed produce is less than the MSP declared by the central government or (in cases of crops for which MSP is not

  • Bhopal: Corrupt govt employees will be sacked says CM

    Bhopal: The chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that corrupt officers and employees of state government will be sacked. He was addressing a meeting of collectors and SPs through video-conferencing here on Friday. He also asked them to compile lists of corrupt officials in their districts so that their services can be terminated or they can be given compulsory retirement. He asked chief secretary BP Singh to undertake a similar exercise

  • Bhopal: India will be most peaceful nation on earth by 2022 says Ravishankar Prasad

    Gwalior: Union minister for information technology and law Ravi Shankar Prasad said here on Sunday that by 2022, a ‘New India’ will be in place through ‘Sankalp Se Siddhi’ (attainment through resolve) campaign. Prasad was addressing a press conference here during his visit to the city to attend a series of programmes for promotion of ‘New India Movement’ (2017-2022).