Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Youth shot at by bike-borne miscreants

    Indore: Two motorcycle borne men shot at a man in Dewas Naka area on Tuesday evening and injured him. After the incident, the attackers fled the scene but their pictures were captured by the CCTV cameras installed in the area and a search is on now for the two accused. However, the police have refused to confirm the firing.

  • Sanvid Nagar Crimes

    Indore: Crimes abate but dangers loom in Sanvid Nagar

    Indore: Sanvid Nagar, falling under Palasia police station jurisdiction, has had its share of loots, thefts, robberies, vehicle lifting and chain snatchings in the past. Since the area is closer to the bypass road, criminals mange to escape quite easily after committing crimes. Though there has been significant drop in the number of crimes in the last three months, residents feel they need to exercise caution and demanded increased patrolling.

  • Women of Substance

    To bring social changes, she compromised on personal life

    Indore: Bringing social change for the city and her life, 43-year-old director of UCMAS Amrita Goel is the facilitator of Human Library in Indore that tells inspiring stories of people. Human Library is an offline version of Facebook that features stories of real people, who are dealing with problems.

  • IIM Indore goes cashless, first IIM in the country to go cashless

    Indore: When the country is moving towards advanced technology to make activities convenient for the public and at the same time emphasising the need of a digital economy, Indore Institute of Indore rose up as a torch bearer in this reform by embracing the infrastructure and capabilities by making it a Cashless Campus.

  • Sigh of relief with increase in cash withdrawal limit

    There is a sigh of relief from people with government having decided to increase the daily cash withdrawal limit to Rs 10,000 per day from ATMs. Salaried people and students are happy with the move as PRACHEE SHARMA and EKTA SINGH find out while talking to a cross section of people

  • Indore: ED attaches Zoom Developers property worth Rs 24.6 cr

    Indore: Enforcement Directorate (ED) has attached property worth Rs 24.60 crore of Zoom Developers Pvt Ltd (ZDPL) in a case of Rs 2,500 crore fraud. The property included 23.80 acre land and huge investments in shares. Company’s 16 acre land in Indore is also included in the action.

  • Indore-Jabalpur, Indore-Rewa train timings rescheduled

    Indore: Meeting the demand of people and control the heavy revenue loss due to faulty timings of Indore-Rewa-Indore train, the railway has changed its arrival-departure schedule. Similarly, the frequency of Indore-Jabalpur-Indore train is also changed.

  • DAVV

    PhD seats to increase significantly at DAVV

    Indore: While there are no indication from the powers that as to when entrance the test for PhD courses would be conducted, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) is gearing up to increase the number of guides so that more and more students can pursue doctoral research degree course.

  • Indore: Sudden arrival of house owner foils theft bid

    Indore: Thieves broke into a house and as they were rummaging through the house, the house owner arrived forcing them to flee. The thieves managed to escape in a waiting auto-rickshaw. Police have registered a case and are investigating the matter.

  • Indore: Loot attempt on Agra-Mum highway

    Dewas: A loot attempt was reported near Kalma village under Tonk Khurd police station area on Tuesday. A private finance company collection agent Vinod Rathore of Mukherjee Nagar here was returning after the day’s collection when he was waylaid by a group of miscreants. Rathore had Rs 80,000 collection amount in his bag. He, however, managed to escape from the clutches of the miscreants by snatching their gun and reported the matter