Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Fishery company owner, three employees booked for gang rape

    Indore: Police booked a director of fishery company, Harpal Singh Bhatia, his manager Abhimanyu Tiwari and two staffers Indrajeet Singh and Sugrim Vishnoi on charge of gang rape with a woman, on Wednesday. According to victim, the incident took place in a hotel under Gwaltoli police station jurisdiction about two years ago but the police did not take her case seriously.

  • Indore: Heavy rain inundates low lying areas

    Indore: After a long wait, city received heavy rain on Wednesday night. The city received three-inch rainfall, which took the season’s total to11 inches. According to meteorological department, city recorded 70.4 mm (2.77 inches) rainfall between 11.30 pm and 5.30 am on Wednesday.

  • Indore: 3 more dengue patients traced, health department raises alert

    Indore: Three more patients tested positive for dengue in city on Thursday taking the total number of dengue patients to 31. About 21 patients have tested positive since June 1 including 15 patients who tested positive in last 10 days.

  • Indore: Holkar College to confer Deshpande Award on three academics

    Indore: Government Holkar (Autonomous) Science College, which is a leading science institute of Madhya Pradesh, would bestow prestigious Dr SS Deshpande Award on three academicians for their extra-ordinary contribution in the field of chemistry. The award carries cash prize of Rs 21,000 and citation.

  • Indore: Eligibility for BCA relaxed by Department of Higher Education

    Indore: Following poor response by students from physics, chemistry and mathematics (PCM) group to BCA course, the Department of Higher Education has relaxed qualification for admission in the 3-year degree course. In a letter addressed to colleges, the DHE stated that students from any stream– Arts, Biology, Commerce- can take admission in BCA course subject to condition that the students must have mathematics as subject in Class XII.

  • Indore: Over 70 trade organisations submit memorandum to DIG

    Indore: Furious over attack on Indore Cloth Market Association president Hansraj Jain, over 100 traders of 70 different trade organisations demanded immediate arrest of accused on Wednesday. Led by office bearers of Ahilya Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the traders handed over a memorandum addressed to DIG on Wednesday. Chamber president Ramesh Kandelwal and general secretary Sushil Sureka said that business community is anguished and hurt over the incident.

  • IIM Indore students to provide scholarship to school students

    Indore: To promote cause of education, students of Indian Institute of Management Indore have decided to grant scholarships to school students.  The IIM Indore students would hold Pi-Quiz Scholarship test on July 29 at the institute campus. The test will be conducted for students from classes VI to X. It will carry scholarship worth Rs 50,000.

  • Indore: Police share tips on cyber crime with BSF officials

    Indore: A workshop on cyber crime was organised by by police department at Subsidiary Training Centre auditorium in BSF campus on Wednesday. At least 205 employees and officials attended the workshop. Additional Director General of police (ADG) Varun Kapoor addressed the participants about cyber crimes and explained the safe use to prevent cyber crimes.

  • Indore: Tough days ahead as city to get 40 MLD less water for 65 days

    Indore: Tough days are ahead for residents of the city as they would have to learn to meet their daily need of water with lesser amount of water. For 65 days, Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) is shutting down supply of water to the city from Narmada Phase-I and II.

  • Indore: DAVV pays Rs 1.61 crore to innovate school staff to clear dues

    Indore: Following the directives of Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has paid an amount of Rs 1.61 crore to staffers of Innovate School, which was an entity of the university. The university used to run Innovate School on UTD campus.

  • Indore: ED files chargesheet in multi-crore Katni money laundering scam

    Indore: The sub zonal office of Enforcement Directorate here on Tuesday filed chargesheet in the multi-crore  Katni hawala and money laundering case that was reported from Katni district in which it alleged that funds to the tune of Rs 500 crore were illegally routed by the accused, using fake bank accounts, post demonetisation.