Free Press Journal
  • Indore records hottest day, sizzles at 43 degrees Celsius

    Indore: Tuesday turned out to be the hottest day of the season with mercury touching 43 degrees Celsius-mark. The weather department has forecast sweltering days ahead and occurrence of heat waves on May 23-24.  Temperature continued to hover over 42 degrees Celsius for last three days and it touched 43 degrees Celsius on Monday, which was two degrees above normal. The hot weather prevented  people to move out.Hot winds gripped the city,

  • Indore: DAVV to declare 6th semester results by June 25

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) vice-chancellor Dr Narendra Dhakad said results of 6th semester examination of traditional undergraduate courses will be announced by June 25. The announcement comes following directives by Department of Higher Education to declare the results of final semester examinations of BA, BSc and BCom by June end.

  • Indore: Revision of electoral roll starts for assembly elections

    Indore: The work to revise voters’ list has begun in the district. For this, block level officers have been appointed. District returning officer has instructed that action will be taken against errant BLOs. District returning officer and collector Nishant Warwade presided over the meeting in this connection on Tuesday.

  • Indore: Four girls molested in busy areas in city

    Indore: A youth was arrested by police for allegedly molesting a minor girl in Azad Nagar area on Tuesday. The girl was returning home when the accused stopped her on the way.

  • Indore: 3 killed when hit by vehicles in separate accidents

    Indore: Two persons were killed after a speeding car hit them on four-lane road on Monday. They were returning home when the accident occurred. The police have sent the body for autopsy and a search is on for errant car driver.

  • Indore: High Court rejects government’s claim on Hukumchand Mills land

    Indore: Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court has rejected the state government’s claim on land of Hukumchand Mills that was shut down more than two decades ago. The court observed that Indore Municipal Corporation is real owner of the mills land.

  • Indore: 108 Ambulance employees go on strike again

    Indore: The employees and staff of 108 Ambulance services went on strike again on Monday after not being allowed to join their duty by Ziqitza Healthcare Ltd, a company that operates emergency ambulance services in the state. The employees who started strike from Saturday night had ended it on Sunday evening after chief medical and health officer intervened. But they struck work again as company prevented them from joining their duty.

  • Indore: Mobile recharge charged their love life

    Indore: Love is above cultural differences and customs. Ask 28-year-old sign language interpreter Navneet Kaur and 30-year-old banker Rahul Kohli. They stood together through thick and thin and proved that love triumphs all.

  • Indore: DAVV students told to vacate hostels due to water crisis

    Indore: The inmates of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) hostels are up in arms against chief warden Ajay Tiwari as he has asked to them vacate the boarding facility early this year due to water crisis. Usually, the boarders vacate hostels in first week of June but this year the university has asked them to leave early as it has become difficult to ensure interrupted water supply to them in summer.