Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Dr Upadhyaya’s research paper published in int’l conference book of proceedings

    Indore: Adding another feather in his cap, 42-year-old lecturer and poet Dr Ajit Upadhyaya got his research paper on ‘Gender Effect on Consumer Susceptibility to Reference Group Influence’ published in international conference book of proceedings that is indexed in CPCI (web of science by Thomson Reuters) of Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia. The same was also indexed in EconLit (American Economic Association), ABI Inform (ProQuest) and EconBIZ, ISSN 1849-7535.

  • Tulsi Nagar likely to be regularised in a month

    Indore/BHOPAL: Tulsi Nagar residents may soon heave a sigh of relief. Urban development and housing minister Maya Singh on Monday stated in the Assembly that the process of regularisation of illegal colonies across the state would begin within a month.

  • Indore: Corporator’s daughter goes missing

    Indore: Daughter of a corporator went missing from her coaching class under Kanadiya police station area on Monday evening. Police have launched a search for her.

  • Tehi-Indore distance covered in 20 minutes

    Tehi-Indore distance covered in 20 minutes during speed test

    Indore: In a speed test, 23 km long newly commissioned broad gauge Tehi-Indore section was covered in 20 minutes with two halts on Monday. The Commissioner Railway Safety (CRS) is likely to submit the report in a week after that the track would be opened for traffic.

  • Indore: MGM admin installs jammers to prevent cheating in exam

    Indore: Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College has learnt a lesson from the students who used electronic gadgets to cheat in exams. The authorities have now installed jammers for preventing the high tech ways of cheating.

  • Indore: Man held with opium worth Rs 5 lakh

    Indore: City crime branch nabbed a man with opium worth Rs 5 lakh from his possession on Monday. He came from Rajasthan and was caught while going to deliver the drug to someone in Khajrana area.

  • Indore: Industrialists, traders don’t expect much from state budget

    Indore: The state budget is scheduled to be presented on March 1 and industrialists and traders of the city are not expecting much from this budget. “Only four months left for the implementation revolutionary new tax system – Goods and Service Tax (GST) – in the country and there is least chance for any change in existing VAT structure and slabs,” they said.

  • Bank strike: Over 450 branches to remain closed today

    Indore: As part of nationwide bank strike call, over 450 branches of different banks in city will remain closed on Tuesday. The strike call is given by United Forum of Bank Unions. City coordinator of the union MK Shukla said that the call is given to protest against anti-people and anti-labour policies of bank managements.

  • Daulatram Jogawat

    Obese MP cop undergoes series of tests at a Mumbai hospital

    Neemuch\Mumbai: Daulatram Jogawat, an inspector with Madhya Pradesh police at whom columnist Shobhaa De had poked fun over his obese physical condition in a tweet, is undergoing a series of tests at a hospital here to determine the diseases he suffers from and if bariatric surgery could help him, a statement said.