Free Press Journal
  • Indore to host Ranji Trophy finals 2017-18

    New Delhi: The Holkar Stadium in Indore is all set to host the final of the Ranji Trophy of the 2017-18 season. The final will be played between December 29 and January 2. The semi-final matches of the Paytm Ranji Trophy 2017-18 will be played from December 17-21.

  • Indore: Crime round-up: Youth booked for harassing minor girl over phone

    Indore: Police booked a 21-year-old youth for harassing and threatening a 15-year-old girl in Khajrana area on Tuesday. According to police, a family member of the victim in his complaint alleged that accused Arshad Khan, a resident of Chandan Nagar was harassing the girl by sending objectionable messages on her mobile phone and threatening her to meet. The victim informed her family members following which they asked the accused to meet on

  • indore, madhya pradesh, women of substance, eyesight, Vision, hard work, support

    Indore: Women of Substance: Eyesight didn’t deter her from achieving dream

    Indore: Vision is never determined by sight and understanding it often takes time for an individual. What ensures a person’s success is vision, hard work, support and a will to never quit.  Born in Dhar village, 29-year-old banker Sapna Bariya let her vision take over when her sight became limited to darkness and blur. Sharing her story, Sapna said, “I always had a problem in my eyes and as I grew up,

  • Indore can be a hub for more industries: Sinha

    Indore: Advisor of Indian high-speed rail project Sanjeev Sinha here on Wednesday said that Indore has potential to house more industries and for that all it needs to do is focus on human resource and financial stability.

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    Indore: Girl students push smartphone distributors out of college

    Indore: Fifth-semester students of New Girls Degree College on Wednesday created chaos and forced smartphone distributors to run away from their campus after they discovered that their juniors were being given away free-of-cost phones before them.

  • indore, madhya pradesh, cyber cell, sex racket, Khajrana area

    Indore: Sex racket: Two more arrested

    Indore: Cyber cell on Wednesday arrested two brothers in connection with supplying high-end call girls through websites in the city. The accused were in jail in connection with another sex racket in Khajrana area.

  • Indore: DAVV to change set of ‘leaked’ BCom paper

    Indore: Two days after Corporate Accounts subject paper of BCom (Hons) third semester ‘leaked’, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) on Wednesday announced plans to change the paper for ensuring fair exams. “The set for papers for Corporate Accounts subject will be changed. It won’t be the one which was mistakenly sent to exam centres on October 11,” said deputy registrar (exams) Prajwal Khare said

  • indore, madhya pradesh, regional passport office, RPO, GPS, police verification procedure

    Indore: Now, wind up your police verification in just 2 hours

    Indore: Regional Passport Office (RPO) launched a pilot project of app-based police verification in the city on Tuesday. The GPS enabled app would reduce police verification timing considerably even to a few hours.

  • Indore: Crime Round Up: Youth booked for raping minor girl

    Indore: Police booked a youth for allegedly raping and threatening a minor girl in Khudel area on Monday. According to police, the victim alleged that she was alone at her house when the accused threatened and raped her on December 5 in 2016. The accused then repeatedly raped the victim by threatening her, rendering her pregnant.

  • Indore: State witnesses record 82% rise in ragging

    Indore: The much-hyped effort of state government to keep college campuses ragging-free stand exposed as Madhya Pradesh this year witnessed a steep hike of 82 per cent in ragging cases compared to last year and 25 per cent compared to the year 2013, which had reported highest number of cases till 2016.

  • Indore: Crime Round-up: Worker dies under mysterious circumstances

    Indore: A 20-year-old youth died under mysterious circumstances at a warehouse in Devguradiya area on Sunday.  According to Khudel police, deceased Leeladhar, a resident of Dhar was working at a steel factory in Devguradiya area. After he went missing from the factory few days ago his co workers launched a search and found him severely injured.

  • Indore: Bharat Bhagya Vidhata: IMA’s 7th Animation Maestro competition today

    Indore: Indore Management Association’s (IMA) seventh Animation Maestro competition 2017 will be held at State Bank Foundation Institute Chetana on Tuesday. This competition is conducted by IMA annually and the theme of this year is ‘Bharat Bhagya Vidhata: Innovate and Lead’.

  • Indore: Panel formed to probe into mass copying in LLB exams

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has constituted a two-member committee to probe into mass copying case that took place during BA-LLB exams at Liberal College.  The committee comprising director of college development council Sumant Katiyal and EMRC director Akhilesh Singh would ascertain students involved in mass copying and those felicitated the malpractice and submit its report. “Not a single person involved in the mass copying case – be it students, invigilators or

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    Indore: Govt to leave no stone unturned to woo NRI investors

    Indore: Friends of MP Conference, a gathering of Non-Resident Indians hailing from the city, is getting an encouraging responses from the NRIs. About 200 NRI industrialists have already registered themselves to participate in the event, scheduled on January 3 and 4 in the city. The idea of organising such an event came from the feedback received by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan while interacting with NRI industrialists hailing from the state during

  • indore, madhya pradesh, made in heaven, fire and ice, love sparks, amir jhalal, arshi amir, love story

    Indore: Made In Heaven: Fire and ice in loving coexistence

    Indore: Love sparks an inexpressible feeling that shoots all the social limitations away and takes lovers to a world of hope and dream.
    Managing to live with social rules, 37-year-old event organiser Arshi Amir (previously known as Ranjana Das) and 40-year-old national head at Tata Capital, Amir Jhalal have found their little heaven in each other where their dreams find an outlook.

  • indore, madhya pradesh, medi-caps international students, anandotsav, Medi-Caps International School (Junior Block),Medi-Caps International School (Junior Block) annual function,

    Indore: Medi-Caps International students celebrate ‘Anandotsav’ with much fanfare

    Indore: Medi-Caps International School (Junior Block) organised its third annual function ‘Anandotsav’ with much enthusiasm, as kids studying in nursery to Class II showcased their talents in front of their parents, peers and teachers. The theme of the function was ‘Incredible India’. Addressing the gathering chairman of the group, RC Mittal underlined the importance of skill development and freedom in education.

  • Indore: Goof-up delays exam by half an hour, leaks paper

    Indore: Students of BCom (Hons) third semester on Monday were in for a rude shock as they were served question paper of a subject even when examination was for another subject. However, after being tipped off the examination conducting body — Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya — changed the paper; though by the time the exam was delayed by half an hour.  More shockingly, paper of the exam scheduled on later date was also

  • indore, madhya pradesh, solid waste, electricity, Indore Municipal Corporation, IMC,

    Indore: Converting solid waste into electricity still a distant dream

    Indore: In its endeavour to retain cleanest city tag, Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) has fired on all cylinders but converting solid waste into electricity still remains a distant dream. “That is the one project which could not be materialised as yet. It may take two more years for the project to see the light of day,” mayor Malini Gaud said here on Thursday.