Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Meeting to resolve water problem held

    Mhow: A meeting to discuss drinking water arrangements in tehsil and panchayat concluded here recently. BJP MLA and national general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya, collector Nishant Warwade, district janpad members, village panchayat sarpanch, tehsil officers and others were present in the meeting.

  • Indore: HPCL donates 100 benches to govt school

    Indore: As part of its corporate social responsibility, Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd (HPCL), Mangalia Depot, donated 100 benches to Government Higher Secondary School, Mangalia.

  • Brexit will not divide Britain: Theresa May

    London: British Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday rejected any plans that would mean a Brexit border between Northern Ireland and neighbouring Irish Republic. Speaking to MPs in the House of Commons during her weekly questions, May said no British prime minister could ever agree to a Brexit treaty that would see borders dividing any parts of Britain, reports Xinhua.

  • Indore: Lioness clubs donate hospital beds, vending machine

    On arrival of Lioness Multiple president Usha Verma, clubs under the wings of Lioness District 3233-G-1 donated 17 beds for patients at Shri Cloth Market Hospital. They also donated sanitary pad vending machine to girl students of RD Gardi Nursing College.

  • Jiah Khan suicide case, Jiah Khan, women’s court, Rabiya Khan, Jiah Khan case trail

    Jiah Khan Case: Trial to start from March 21, Rabiya Khan asked to depose

    Mumbai: A special women’s court on Wednesday issued summons to Rabiya Khan, mother of slain actor Jiah Khan to remain present before it on March 21 and 22. The court has asked Rabiya to appear before it and depose as the witness in the case of her daughter — Jiah’s death. This means, the trial in this nearly four-year-old case is all set to begin from March 21.

  • Indore: Thanks to college, BBA results withheld for two years

    Indore: In a shocking revelation, BBA final semester students of International Learning Institute told Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya that their results are withheld for past two years as their college did not send internal marks to the university.

  • Indore: Jimmy McGilligan Centre gives training on Making natural colours

    Indore: With an aim to make people aware of harms of chemical colours and to teach them making natural colours through solar energy, Jimmy McGilligan Centre for Sustainable Development at Sanawadia has been giving training to people of all walks of life for preparing such colours through flowers and natural ingredients.

  • Indore: Pre-Holi celebrations grip city

    Indore: Celebrating the joy of friendship with colours, people from different age groups participated in pre-Holi parties and colour splashes in the city. While some prepared and waited for ‘Dhulandi’ bash on Friday and following weekend, women and kids could not resist the temptation and had mini-celebrations with their friends.

  • Sridevi, Rip Sridevi, Sridevi Funeral, Vile Parle Crematorium, Sridevi funeral pictures, Vile Parle Crematorium shut for three days

    For Sridevi’s funeral, Vile Parle crematorium was shut for three days

    Mumbai: The Vile Parle crematorium was shut for three days for commoners in order to prepare for the late actor Sridevi’s funeral. Since the arrival of Sridevi’s mortal remains were expected between any of those three days, the decision was taken to shut the crematorium from February 26 to February 28.

  • Indore: Hot weather tightens its grip over Indore

    Indore: Citizens would not get any relief from scorching heat as the mercury crossed over 35 degrees Celsius for the first time in this year and there is little hope of decrease in temperature in days to come.

  • Holi 2018: Why you must shun chemical colours during the festival

    Indore: Chest specialist Dr Pramod Jhawar has warned denizens against use of chemical colours during Holi and Rang Panchami. “Chemical-laced colours can lead to skin diseases and allergies. It can also cause cancer due to use of harmful chemicals,” he said.

  • Indore: Husband, in-laws booked for Rs 25 lakh dowry demand

    Indore: Police on Wednesday booked man and four of his family members for allegedly harassing his wife for Rs 25 lakh dowry and an SUV. No arrests have been made so far till filling this report.

  • Mumbai, rape case, veteran actress files rape case, businessman, juhu police station

    Delhi: Girl alleges doctor mishandled her inside operation theatre

    New Delhi: A girl was allegedly mishandled by a doctor inside an operation theatre here at a private hospital. The victim, who allegedly underwent a surgery that was necessary, said the doctor “may have done something” after giving the patient anesthesia.

  • Bhopal: National Law Institute University students plan protest

    BHOPAL: National Law Institute University students plan to launch protest against the administration’s decision to send director S S Singh on leave. The students said this protest will be aimed to mount pressure on administration to remove the director as early as possible.