Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Colleges take admission without having NCTE recognition, students left in lurch

    Indore: Bachelor of Physical Education (BPEd) students of 2015-17 batch, who were supposed to be walking off their colleges with degree in hands about three months ago, are still in second semester of their four-semester course. Their two-year degree course is running a good 20 months behind schedule, all thanks to their colleges, which admitted them even when they did not have recognition from National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) to run

  • Indore: Junior doctors expose sorry state of MY Hospital affairs

    Indore: Irked over suspension of a junior doctor by divisional commissioner Sanjay Dubey after finding diagnoses reports of a private laboratory with a patient, Junior Doctors Association fired back at MGM Medical College administration and MY Hospital by dashing off a letter to health minister over unavailability of necessary equipments and services in the hospital.

  • Indore: 9 LCD sets stolen from moving truck

    Indore: A case was registered against unidentified persons for stealing nine LCD sets from a moving truck under Sanwer police station area on Sunday. According to police, complainant Pramod Sharma, a resident of Durga Colony, Ujjain alleged that he was plying his truck through the area, when some unidentified persons got into his moving truck and stole nine LCD sets.

  • Indore: Only 18 colleges in city to witness student union polls

    Indore: Only 18 educational institutions in city will witness student union elections, scheduled to be held in state after a gap of six years on October 30. The state government has permitted the polls only in government colleges, aided colleges and Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) teaching departments in the city, while according to department of higher education (DHE) student council would be formed later in private colleges.

  • Indore: GSTN portal message shocks traders with hidden penalty mechanism

    Indore: Another unknown provision of Goods and Service Tax (GST) has come to fore, throwing already hit traders into tizzy. As filing of the first return form of third month kicked off on Saturday, tax payers in city were stunned to receive a message from GSTN portal, purportedly holding a trader liable to pay penalty for making delay in uploading info about the return and paying late fee.

  • Indore: Experts alert double rise in pollution post Diwali

    Indore: The festival of lights indeed brings celebration and happiness in abundance, but at the same time poses problems for patients with pulmonary diseases, especially those suffering from asthma.

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    Indore’s initiative by Create Stories joyful bags getting huge response all over India

    Indore: Create Stories Social Welfare Society of INDORE is running a campaign “JOYFUL BAG – KHUSHIYON KA BASTA” around the State (Madhya Pradesh) also getting response by different cities of Country. Under which, they are collecting old bags from people of different age groups. These bags would be refurbished and repaired.

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    Indore: Light and love to the wretched in Diwali

    Indore: Diwali, the festival of light and prosperity, does not literally carry the meaning for all in our society, as unprivileged can’t celebrate the festival in the way other do. However, making the festival happier even for those, the Race Course Road Morning Walkers’ Group has been sharing happiness in form of ration for the poor to light up their houses and to eliminate the darkness of worries.

  • Indore: Stem cell transplant research may prove boon for diabetes patients

    Indore: Diabetes is a silent killer and now, turned into an epidemic around the world. The disease has been killing a large number of people silently and the number has been increasing continuously, mainly due to sedentary lifestyle. However, an ongoing research of stem cell transplant can be proved boon for the people and they can get rid of the disease.

  • Indore: SGSIT student recovers from injury, to celebrate Diwali with family

    Indore: The engineering student of Sri Govindram Seksaria Institute of Science and Technology, Ujjawal Choure, who had been battling for life after a tree fell on him on the institute campus, has recovered and gearing up to celebrate Diwali with his family at Bhopal.

  • Indore: IIMs not ‘honest’ in disseminating info under RTI: Study

    Indore: In a shocking revelation, a research study found b-schools of the country’s premier Indian Institute of Management (IIM) are not “honest enough” involuntarily disseminating information under Right to Information Act, 2005. The study conducted by former IIM Indore chief librarian Akhtar Parvez, who currently works with Maulana Azad National Urdu University (Hyderabad), and his colleague Shashikant Jatwa discovered that all the 20 institutions of IIM did not maintain proper records in

  • Indore: Crime Round-up: Two minors abducted in separate incidents

    Indore: A girl was abducted when she was going with her mother by a person near Jinsi Square on Saturday.  According to police, the complainant Sheetal Jaiswal alleged that she was going to Rajwada with her daughter Ayushi when the accused Suraj Verma, a resident of Jinsi stopped them and abducted Ayushi on his bike. The complainant attempted to stop the accused but he managed to flee. Police have registered a case

  • Indore: City to consume more electricity on Dhanteras, Chaudas

    Indore: Electricity consumption in the city is expected to be about 400 MW on Dhanteras, nearly 50 MW more to a regular day. Increase in power consumption is also expected on Chaudas but the demand of electricity on Diwali will be like a normal day, said Madhya Pradesh West Zone Power Distribution Company.

  • Indore: Cloudy sky pushes temperature up, doctors fear rise in conjunctivitis and other diseases

    Indore: There is no relief for people from scorching heat as mercury crossed over 35 degrees Celsius again after the relief of few days. Officials of the regional meteorological department have said that the temperature will continue to be the same at least for couple of days. The cloudy sky also pushed the night temperature up and turned the night unbearable for the people while they are waiting for the winters desperately.

  • Indore: Jheel Gaon A paradise in vicinity beyond Google’s knowledge

    Indore: With adventure and nature, Jheel Gaon is a place that is still unknown to even Google. However, its vast and untouched forests are a must visit sight for people, especially adventure seekers and nature lovers. From sitting by a calm brook to trekking in nearby areas, the place is ideal for explorers. Located near Gwalu Gaon and surrounded by deep forest, this L-shaped region has beautiful waterfalls, hills on

  • Indore: Cancer may not directly influence fertility, but usage of drugs, says Expert

    Indore: Reema (name changed), a 28-year-old woman, noticed a lump on the side of her left breast, and medical tests confirmed breast cancer. A partial mastectomy was done, and the oncologists advised chemotherapy and hormonal therapy for the next two years. However, she failed in conceiving after the cancer treatment initially, but succeeded after going through fertility treatment.

  • Indore: 3 get new lease of life, 7 to reap benefits in future & hope for many

    Indore: Giving a new lease of life to three people along with possibility of saving seven burnt patients in future, Bashani family donated organs of their 30-year-old member Arvind Bashani, on Friday. With the help of Muskan group, which has been facilitating organ donation, multiple ‘Green Corridors’ were formed in the city for 27th time in last 24 months.

  • Indore: IIM students win study challenge at US university

    Indore: Bringing laurels to their alma mater, students of Executive Post Graduate Programme (EPGP) of Indian Institute of Management Indore (current 2017-18 batch) won first prize in IIM Indore/UT Austin Social Media Analytics Challenge 2017 during their international study visit to Red McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas, Austin– a top ranked University at USA.

  • Indore: Developing personality with knowledge

    Indore: The two-day workshop at Daly College Business School concluded on a high note, with students submitting their reviews on lessons learnt, on Friday.

  • Indore: Fuel Price Cut Little cheers and some air to breathe for GST-hit common man

    Indore: After all the traumas and tantrums of demonetisation, GST, its compliance, price rise and other economic woes, common man got some reason to cheer ahead of Diwali, as prices of petrol and diesel was cut down by Rs 1.62 and Rs 3.94 per litre respectively on Friday. Though people have welcomed the move, they found the reduction was too little. The Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, however, said that