Free Press Journal
  • Indore: DAVV gets 15 more days to apply for Rs 65 crore grant

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, which is expecting a grant of Rs 65 crore from World Bank Madhya Pradesh Higher Education Quality Improvement Project, has got an additional 15 days to send proposal for the funds.

  • Indore: Dainik Bhaskar journalist Kalpesh Yagnik commits suicide

    Indore: Dainik Bhaskar group editor Kalpesh Yagnik committed suicide by jumping from the terrace of three-storeyed newspaper office building on Thursday night, police said. He was 55. “Reason behind his fatal step cannot not be ascertained immediately,” DIG Harinarayanachari Mishra said. He said the police did not find any suicide note.

  • US President Donald Trump arrives in Scotland amid protests

    Glasgow: US President Donald Trump has arrived in Scotland as thousands of people gathered to protest against his visit. The President and First Lady Melania Trump touched down at the Prestwick Airport at 10.10 p.m. on Friday after completing his two-day working trip to the UK, reports the BBC.

  • Indore: Finally, DAVV vice-chancellor to get a car but budget halved

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), which is thinking of buying a new car for vice-chancellor for nearly two years, would finally be able to do so. “The state government has given its approval for purchase of a new car for V-C on Directorate General of Supplies and Disposals (DGS&D) rate,” registrar Ajay Verma said.

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    Real ‘Soorma’ Sandeep Singh recollects his train tragedy with Diljit Dosanjh; watch video

    The hockey player has definitely won the medical battle and emerged victoriously, but the incident is still fresh in Sandeep’s mind so he never sat in the locomotive since then. However, ahead of his biopic Soorma’s release, Sandeep Singh travelled in a train for the film’s promotions. This small journey might help in making him overcome his biggest phobia ever since the tragic incident.

  • Indore: Rs 1.2 lakh crore earned through mine auction, says Narendra Singh Tomar 

    Indore: Union minister for mines Narendra Singh Tomar on Friday said that by adopting the amended Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, 2015, the union government received Rs 1.2 lakh crore more revenue from the auction of 23 blocks in 2017-2018. He said efforts are underway to adopt a win-win policy for auctioning of 102 blocks.

  • Indore: Property dealer, fiancée held for harassing event manager girl

    Indore: A property dealer and his fiancee were arrested by we car for you cell of city police for allegedly harassing a girl over mobile phone on Friday. The accused was harassing girl by making calls and he was stalking the girl. The victim, a resident of Lasudiya, had lodged a complaint with ASP (crime) Amarendra Singh that she is employed as an event manager in the city and her old acquaintance

  • Bhopal: Controversy erupts over Ambedkar University recruitment

    Bhopal: Extension of last date for recruitment process for 32 posts of Associate Professors at Dr BR Ambedkar University of Social Science, Mhow has kicked up controversy about the whole process. The first advertisement related to this recruitment appeared on May 3 which declared June 16 as last date for applying.

  • Bhopal: 5 lakh burgled from railway employee house

    Bhopal: In a broad day light burglary unidentified miscreants targeted a locked house of a railway employee located at Ekta Nagar and escaped with Rs 5 lakh cash on Thursday said Hanumanganj police. The victim Shehnaz khan (45) has gone to her another house in Bajaria area when her house was burgled, said police.

  • Bhopal: Two youths robbed of mobile phones and Rs 6,000 cash at knife-point

    Bhopal: Two youths Prakash Chandra Bijoria and Basant Kumar were robbed of their mobile phones and Rs 6,000 cash at knife-point by four miscreants riding on two bikes near Karishma Park under Jehangirabad police station area at 5:30 am on Friday.

  • News Alerts! PM Narendra Modi arrives in Varanasi to inaugurate various projects

    4:14 pm: I have read in newspaper that Congress President has said that Congress is a party of Muslims, I am not surprised by this. All I want to ask is, is their party only for Muslim men or for women too? Ye log sansad mein kanoon dabakar baith jaate hain: PM Narendra Modi.

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    Mumbai University directs colleges to strictly adhere to admission schedule

    Mumbai: On Friday, a bench of the Supreme Court dismissed the state government’s Special Leave Petition (SLP) against the Bombay High Court’s decision which stated that no reservation would be given to SC/ST and OBC category students in minority colleges.

  • Mumbai TYBCom and TYBMM results declared after a month’s delay

    Mumbai: Results of TYBCom (Financial Markets), TYBCom (Banking and Insurance) and TYBMM examinations held in April 2018 were declared on Thursday, after a month’s delay. According to the Public Universities Act, results should be declared within 45 working days of the exam — they should have been out in mid-June — but have just been announced.