Free Press Journal
  • Indore: ‘Set animals, birds free to prove love’

    Indore: “Animals and birds only understand the language of love. The more you love them, the more you ensure honesty on their part. Whether it’s a dog, a cat or a bird, all need love and they give you double in return,” 52-year-old Santosh Agnihotri said. Executive programme officer in All India Radio, Agnihotri has a different story of love with animals and birds even when he doesn’t own one.

  • Indore: Akhil Bhartiya Kshatriya Mahasabha takes out procession

    Indore: To celebrate 477th Maharana Pratap Jayanti, the community took out ‘Shaurya Yatra’ on Sunday. The programme started with floral tribute at Mhow Naka. Mayor Malini Gaur, former MP Laxman Singh, MLA Usha Thakur, former MLA Antar Singh Darbar and assembly’s state president Vijay Singh then flagged off the procession which ultimately culminated at Bada Ganpati. While youth marched the streets bearing saffron flags, kids with traditional Rajput costumes rode horses. The

  • Indore: MBBS 2nd prof results out, pervious prof’s review results still awaited’

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) on Saturday announced MBBS second professional exam results even as many students of pervious batch of the same exam continue to wait for their review results to be announced. “This is wired. Our junior batch students’ main exam results are announced whereas we are put to wait for our review results,” said a student wishing anonymity.

  • Indore: Online admission counselling may start on May 30

    Indore: After CBSE declared results of Class XII on Sunday, Department of Higher Education (DHE) signaled at starting centralised online counselling for admission in undergraduate and postgraduate courses offered by government and private colleges in the state by May 30. “Now as MP board and CBSE results are out, we are all set to start online admission counselling from May 30,” said Neeraj Mandloi, commissioner (higher education).

  • Indore: CBSE result out: City schools improve on average

    Indore: With highest percentage standing close to last year, many schools in the city affiliated to Central Board Secondary Education (CBSE) found improvement in overall school’s average marks. Celebrating their success, school principals shared their analysis of the result and school’s performance with Free Press. Overall girls kept their vow and outshone boys on the merit list as well as individual analysis. Also, it was seen that most schools had

  • Indore: Sanjay Setu footpath turns into parking lot

    Indore: Parking has become a major problem in the city. There is perhaps no area which is not hit by this problem. At one of city’s busiest areas at Sanjay Setu, the unsystematic parking of vehicles is posing immense problems for commuters. People visiting the area park their vehicles on the footpath in front of the shops of the road. This make-shift parking has been creating a lot of trouble

  • Indore: Three-paper BEd exam delayed by five months

    Indore: After a delay of five months, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) would finally be holding Bachelor of Education (BEd) exams from Monday. The irony is that just for three papers, students were kept on tenterhooks for so many months.

  • Indore: Divorcee woman killed and buried by kin

    Indore: A case of possible honour killing came to light in the city on Sunday. A 20-year-old woman was killed and buried in the graveyard by her kin after thrashing her brutally. Getting information, the police swung into action and exhumed the body from her grave and sent it for postmortem. According to sources, the girl used to roam with a boy of the same locality, due to which the

  • Indore: Health department issues alert for Zika virus

    Indore: In view of three cases of Zika virus surfacing in Ahmedabad, the district health department has issued an alert to all the health institutions to keep vigil on the situation. The department pressed an alarm for the officials of Indore especially as a large number of people travelled to Ahmedabad and also to African countries from Indore.

  • Indore News – Ban on polythene, PCB, IMC seize 2,300-kg carry bags

    Indore : Continuing the drive against polythene bags across the city, Pollution Control Board (PCB) and Indore Municipal Corporation raided many shops and godowns and seized more than 2,300 kg polythene from various places on Saturday.

  • Nautapa Day 3 Mercury remains above 41-degree Celsius

    Indore : The third day of ‘Nautapa’ too remained hot as the city reeled under heat waves and humid atmosphere making people uncomfortable. However, the met department sources said there was no remarkable rise in temperature on Saturday.

  • ‘Everything that I am is because of two women in my life’ – Dr RS Makhani

    Indore : Growing up with morals is often misunderstood as ‘restricted by rules’, but the life of 55-year-old paediatrician Dr RS Makhani is an example of freedom combined with deep seeded moral values. Despite numerous ups and downs, his creativity blossomed with endless love from his mother and support of his wife.