Free Press Journal
  • RRCAT director Dr PA Naik

    Indore: Need to triple existing launches to meet nation’s need

    Indore: Days after it created history by launching 104 satellites in space in one go, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chairman AS Kiran Kumar here on Monday said that it needs to triple its existing launches for meeting the requirements of the country and for having a significant share in international commercial satellite launch market.

  • Indore: Trump’s H1B policy to have short-term impact on IT sector

    Indore: US President Donald Trump’s call of ‘buy American, hire American’ coupled with the decision to slash H1B visa by 50% will have an adverse impact on state’s burgeoning Information Technology (IT) industry.  However as industry exports software to European and other countries too, the impact will be minimal.  ‘Off-working’ model too is likely to offer a cushion against Trump’s policies.

  • Indore: Swiss visa camp today, others to follow suit

    Indore: Following the footsteps of United Kingdom (UK), another European country, Switzerland will be extending visa facility services (VFS) through mobile biometric to the citizens on Tuesday. For the first time the Switzerland is holding a VSF camp outside its embassy offices located in Mumbai, New Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai and Bengaluru.

  • Indore: Ruckus in marriage party, FIR lodged

    Indore: A guest in a marriage party attacked and injured another invitee on a petty issue in Malharganj police station area on Sunday. Accused also threatened the victim with dire consequence on meeting him again.

  • Indore: Tulsi Nagar will be legalised, claims Hardia

    Indore:  Indore-V MLA Mahendra Hardia on Monday claimed that Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan assured him that Tulsi Nagar would not be put in list of illegal colonies, nearly a month after this colony was declared illegal by IMC.

  • Indore: Thieves target yet another ATM as cops struggle to bust gang

    Indore: When the city police are busy in solving the cases of an ATM guard’s murder and attempt to break another ATM, some unidentified miscreants targeted an ATM booth in Kishanganj police station area on the intervening night of Saturday and Sunday.

  • Indore: Anti-eve teaser drive launched

    Indore: City police’s crime against women wing launched a drive against eve teasers near colleges in the city on Monday. Police team also apprehended around six eve-teasers from near Gujarati College and asked them to do squats for teasing girls.

  • Indore: Warm breeze leads to sudden rise in temperature

    Indore: Warm breeze coupled with rising temperature turned the weather itchy and made it hard for the citizens to face May like weather in month of February. Temperature on Monday too remained high at 32 degrees Celsius.