Free Press Journal
  • Indore: DPS TRAGEDY: Parents demand FIR against principals for school shutdown threat

    Indore: Irked over repeated warnings of stopping schools and school bus services by principals of CBSE schools in city, Parent Association Madhya Pradesh demanded deputy inspector general (DIG) of police Harinarayanachari Mishra to register an FIR against the principals for pressurising authorities to release Delhi Public School principal Sudarshan Sonar.

  • Indore: Schools mulling indefinite shutdown to create pressure

    Indore: Fighting arrest of DPS principal Sudarshan Sonar, principals of other schools in city on Tuesday held an emergency meeting and discuss strategies to proceed ahead in freeing their jailed colleague. According to sources, the principals are planning to seek government’s intervention and also, announce indefinite shutdown of schools to put pressure on parents as well as the government.

  • Indore: LS SPEAKER: You knew school has shortcomings, then why did you send your children there

    Indore: Continuing their struggle for justice to innocent children who lost their lives in the tragic DPS bus accident on January 5 last, parents approached Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan seeking her support on Tuesday. “Tai instead favoured the schools and refused to consider the position of parents who do not  trust any private school in city. She rather blamed parents for choosing schools that did not have proper facilities,” said one of the parents,

  • Indore: Colleagues knock all doors, but in vain 

    Indore: Anxious over arrest of Delhi Public School principal Sudarshan Sonar in connection with the bus accident case, over 200 teachers and management officials of the school reached collector office on Tuesday and demanded relief to their imprisoned colleague. The large delegation wanted to meet collector Nishant Warwade to seek his favour in the regard but only five people were allowed inside to talk to the collector.

  • Indore: Be it van or auto-rickshaw, parents equally responsible for child safety

    Indore: The tragic DPS bus accident has indeed opened eyes of many scared parents who are on their toes to cross check security parameters of private vehicles carrying students across the city. However, can the system alone be blamed for the lapses in safety of our children, especially as far as dilapidated, overloaded private vans and auto-rickshaws are concerned? No; the parents too have equal responsibility we believe. SAMEER TIWARI talks to

  • Indore: A tragedy foretold

    Indore: In the melee of rushing for regular jobs and hustle-bustle city we tend to forget that the DPS bus accident cost more than just lives, as it took away dreams and blessings from the unfortunate families of the victims and also, shattered every human being who came to know about the tragic incident.