Free Press Journal
  • IIT Indore faculty member creates Guinness World Record

    Indore: An adjunct faculty with Indian Institute of Technology Indore now holds a world record. Chemical engineering Professor Dr Vilas Pol set the record for the fastest time to arrange all elements of the period table Wednesday morning, reported a website.

  • Indore: Supreme Court rejects state govt’s seniority list of professors

    Indore: Supreme Court on Friday rejected a petition filed by state government challenging Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court’s order on seniority list of professors. The dismissal of the petition by the apex court offered major relief to professors whose seniority was distorted by government.

  • Indore: Two minors among eight people held for stealing bikes, phones 

    Indore: The local police on Friday arrested eight people including two minors for snatching gold chains, mobile phones and stealing bikes in the city. Three two-wheelers and other valuables were also recovered from them. The police detained four suspects from eastern Ring Road as they could not produce papers of two bikes they were riding.

  • Flood in Kerela: No community celebrations on Onam in Indore

    Indore: Looking at the vast destruction caused by floods in Kerala, Onam celebrations will not be held at community level. Indore Keraleeya Samajam (IKS) president Joseph Thomas said no community-level functions will be organised on Onam festival, which falls on August 25.

  • World Honey Bee Day today: There is need for more honey-made dishes

    Indore: Whether it is delicious honey or pollination of flowers, honey bees are essential to our environment and survival. Recognising their role in our lives, third Saturday of August is observed as World Honey Bee Day. Free Press came across people who feel use of honey should be explored further.

  • Protect personal data till law is enacted, says IIM Indore director 

    Indore: Indian Institute of Management Indore director Rishikesha T Krishnan stressed on the need to protect personal data in the era of mobile devices and internet. “In our inter-connected world safeguarding personal data is integral to our personal independence.

  • Indore: City remembers Atal Bihari Vajpayee

    Indore: Former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee had a strong connection with Indore. Not only his niece Mala Tiwari lives in Indore but he knew many local leaders by their names including Satyanarayan Sattan, Babu Singh Raghuvanshi and Gopi Krishna Nema. Not to mention Indore MP and Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan and national BJP general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya.

  • Indore: Tinchha Falls can supply 1630 MLD of water to city at cheaper rates

    Indore: Presenting Tinchha Falls as a possible source of water to the city, Indore Municipal Corporation water works incharge Balram Verma took coporators and officers for a tour to the Falls on Independence Day. He stated that they had carried out a physical survey at the Tinchha Falls and found that it and Karnar River together can provide 1,630 MLD water to the city.

  • Indore: VYAPAM scam Kingpin Dr Vinod Bhandari jailed, court rejects bail plea

    Indore: A local court on Thursday dismissed the bail application of Dr Vinod Bhandari, the kingpin of multi-crore VYAPAM pre-PG medical examination scam and sent him to jail. Taking cognizance of chargesheet filed by Enforcement Directorate, the court said charges are serious. He was on bail in the same case.