Free Press Journal
  • Chouhan Inaugurates bone marrow transplant unit

    Indore : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s short visit to the biggest state-run medical facility Maharaja Yashwantrao Hospital proved dear for patients and their attendants, who had to face misbehavior of guards and bouncers of the hospital for three hours, on Saturday.

  • Indore News – Police bust thieves’ gang, arrest 10 members

    Indore : City Crime Branch on Saturday arrested 10 members of a gang involved in thefts at mobile and electronics showrooms and recovered stolen goods worth Rs 8 lakh from them. A search is on for the kingpin of the gang.

  • IIT students stage demo again, Substandard food triggered  protest

    Indore : Students of Indian Institute of Technology, Indore (IIT-I) staged a demonstration again in the institute over substandard food served by the caterer, on Saturday. The protest intensified further when the security guards of institute didn’t allow them to go out of the campus to take food from outside.

  • Property dealer’s house burgled, lakhs stolen

    Indore : Thieves targeted locked house of a property dealer in Lasudiya police station area and decamped with cash and other valuables worth lakhs. Police investigated the spot and registered a case on Saturday.

  • Indore News – Free Press Painting Competition Today

    Indore : Students of New Digamber Public School, Emerald Heights International School, SICA School, Vidya Bhavan Public School, Shloka, A Birla School, Kendriya Vidyalaya and Sree Academy will participate in ‘On the spot painting competition’ organised by the leading English daily of Central India, Free Press in association with DHL Infrabulls powered by ‘needbags’.

  • Income Tax department opens several old cases

    Indore : Following the demonetisation, the Income Tax Department opened several old cases where a huge amount of cash and property transactions reported and these are not mentioned in the I-T returns. The department has also raised demand in such cases under Section 148 of the Income Tax Act and issued notices to concerned persons.

  • Civic poll outcome – Anti-BJP sentiments surface in dozen-plus assembly seats

    The outcome of civic body polls in the tribal-dominated Dhar and Badwani districts does not augur well for BJP. The party not only faced reverses in the two districts but also fared poorly in the other districts where municipal polls were held. It also failed to win the confidence of the electorate in recent elections.

  • School promotes ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat’

    Mhow : The theme proposed by CBSE, ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat’ to strengthen unity, integrity and brotherhood, was promoted with zeal by students of Army Public School, Mhow.

  • Indore: Schools to observe strike on Jan 23

    Indore: The Association of Unaided Schools will observe strike on January 23 in protest against inspections of school buses by the administration and other new rules.