Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Researchers develop nanoparticles capable of detecting humidity accurately

    Indore: Researchers from Indian Institute of Technology Indore (IIT-I) have developed nanoparticles that can be used to measure humidity of a region accurately. According to a report published by Research Matters, the researchers developed shape-controlled cobalt ferrite (CoFe2O4) nanoparticles (NP) and tested its ability to sense the humidity of a region.

  • Indore: Build dream homes well within your budget with IIID Showcase

    Indore: ‘Showcase -2018’, an exhibition of designer home products by Institute of Indian Interior Designer (IIID), began on a promising note here on Thursday, with a cache of modern furniture and other products put on display for public by more than 151 participating companies from across the globe. Moreover, many companies even launched their products at the event.

  • Indore: Power supply to DRO snapped, action on others soon

    Indore: In a major crackdown on electricity bill defaulters, Western Region Power Distribution Company (Discom) snapped power connection to deputy registrar’s office (DRO) in Shopping Complex area on Thursday.

  • Indore Crime Round-up: Man injured in sword attack

    Indore: A 45-year-old man was allegedly thrashed, stabbed and threatened by his brother, sister-in-law and one other person following an altercation in Depalpur area on Wednesday. According to police, victim Uday Singh alleged that his brother Lal Singh, sister-in-law Shivani and Dinesh abuse him verbally following a dispute and attacked him with a sword causing critical injury on his neck.

  • Indore: ‘Theatre neither a hobby nor profession, it’s a part of life’

    “Theatre develops your personality; you learn to communicate with hundreds of people while working on stage, managing your body language and also, voice modulation to make effective communication skills. With these skills and specialisation, your personality shines and you seem to stand out. While doing different roles on stage, you improve your management skills,” says theatre personality Shrutika Jog Kalamkar.

  • Swachh Survey: Central team checks situation on ground in Indore

    Indore: With the Swachh Survey taking place to find out cleanest city in the country for the year 2018, armed with hi-tech gadgets, a team of central government on Thursday started field verification of the standard of cleanliness and sanitation situation maintained by Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) in city.

  • Indore: Summer yet to reach, water woes start haunting citizens

    Indore: Temperature has been rising in city with each passing day, and while meteorological department has already claimed it an inception of summer, the citizens are worried about looming water scarcity, which is expected to increase in the days to come as the city witnessed comparatively less rainfall last year.

  • Indore: Army, academia share contemporary management techniques at AMSB annual meet

    Mhow: The 18th annual meeting of Army Management Studies Board (AMSB), organised by headquarters Army Training Command (ARTRAC), was held at Infantry School Mhow on Wednesday and Thursday. The meeting was presided over by Lieutenant General MM Naravane, AVSM, SM, VSM, general officer commanding-in-chief, ARTRAC and chairman, Army Management Studies Board.

  • Non-stop Indore-Bhopal train likely to get nod

    Indore: Good news for more than 5,000 railway passengers of Indore-Bhopal section is expected by the end of this month as railway has chalked out plan to roll out another intercity train between both the cities. The train would be a non-stop one having all general coaches. Adding to it, frequency of Indore-Patna and Indore-Howrah trains is also likely to be increased.

  • Indore: Post inauguration, MYH takes month to connect oxygen line with BMT unit

    • Oxygen supply shut for 45 minutes, but patients spared of difficulties
    • Consumer welfare council lodges plaint with CM for hospital not following norms Vice president, Consumer Service Welfare Council

    Indore: Woken up a month after official inauguration of bone marrow transplant (BMT) unit by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan at Maharaja Yashwantrao Hospital, the biggest government run medical facility of the state could connect the centralised oxygen supply