Free Press Journal
  • MYH docs on strike after pregnant woman’s kin assault jr doctor

    Indore : The relatives of a patient beat a junior doctor of Maharaja Yashwantrao Hospital in the hospital’s gynecology department on Friday evening following which the enraged junior doctors struck work on Saturday as mark of protest. They protested against rising violent clashes between patient’s relatives and doctors.

  • Indore: In Kavita Raina murder case, family to move upper court

    Indore: After district and sessions court absolved Mahesh Bairagi in the murder case on Friday, deceased Kavita’s husband Sanjay Raina said he had lost faith in judiciary. He said he would challenge the verdict in higher court. “There were many concrete evidences against the accused in my wife’s murder case but he was acquitted. I have lost faith in judiciary,” he told reporters after coming out of the court room.

  • Indore: Youth arrested for forcing girl for marriage 

    Indore: A youth was arrested by We Care For You cell of city police on Friday for harassing a girl over phone. The accused was forcing her for marriage and threatened her with dire consequences if she did not concede. The girl worked as a nurse at a nursing home.

  • Indore: Trains to Puri, Hyderabad will have pantry car

    Indore: The railway department will provide pantry cars in Indore-Puri and Indore-Hyderabad trains to make them passenger-friendly. The decision to provide pantry car was taken due to passengers’ demand.

  • Indore: Over 5000 local students to be hired to improve tourism   

    Indore: Madhya Pradesh Tourism Board will hire more than 5000 students from the city for different roles. “We are going to conduct an open job fair shortly on the UTD campus of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) for mass hiring,” said Dr Manoj Kumar Singh, director for skill, training and adventure at MP Tourism Board. He said that the board will hire more than 5000 students for 20 different roles at different places

  • Human Dynamo: A boxer who has set eyes on Olympics

    Indore: Perhaps, you wouldn’t have heard about this sport much. Ask 26-year-old savate boxing champion Sumitra Chandravanshi who dreams of representing India in Olympics 2024 to be held in Paris, France. “Savate will be among contested sports in Olympics 2024 and hopefully I will be prepared to compete for India by then,” Sumitra told Free Press. Sharing her life-story, Sumitra said, “I lost my mother when I was three years old. But

  • Indore: Jayant Sinha inquires about international flights to start from city

    Indore: The minister of state for civil aviation Jayant Sinha on Friday inquired from city airport director about the airlines, which want to start international flights from Indore.  He said ministry will expedite the matter if any proposal has been received in this regard. The minister held a detailed discussion with airport director Aryama Sanyal on the subject.

  • Indore: DAVV puts EC members in different panels, illegally

    Indore: In gross violation of rules set up by coordination committee, the apex body of higher education in the state, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) executive council has placed its members in DAVV’s different committees while giving them financial benefits indirectly. “As per coordination committee’s 86th meeting decision, EC members can’t be members in any other committees of the university. Yet, the DAVV’s EC has been illegally placing them in different panels of

  • Indore: City records hottest day of season, hot winds to continue

    Indore: After a short relief from scorching heat, mercury soared over 42 degrees Celsius on Thursday, which made it the hottest day of the season. The hot winds blew across the city throughout the day, which caused discomfort. People avoided moving out in the hot afternoon.

  • Indore: MGM Medical college authorities seize dumper trucks of IMC

    Indore: While Indore Municipal Corporation was busy celebrating its achievement after centre declared Indore as India’s cleanest city, the MGM Medical College authorities seized two dumper trucks on Wednesday night. The dumper trucks hired by Indore Municipal Corporation had dumped garbage in the campus on Wednesday night.

  • Indore: Admission process begins for non-CET courses

    Indore: Days after registration window for common entrance test (CET) shut, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) on Thursday invited applications for admission in courses that are not done through CET. The applications could be submitted online in a prescribed format till June 15.

  • Indore: Canteens, medical stores given on rent will attract GST

    Indore: Giving building on rent to run canteens, medical stores will attract GST. Similarly, educational institutions that will give school ground on rent for holding camps, MPPSC, bank examinations will also attract GST. Chartered accountant Sunil Jain stated this while delivering keynote address on concluding day of four-day lecture serious on GST here on Thursday. The lecture series was organised by Tax Practitioners Association (TPA).