Free Press Journal
  • Trenching ground fires HC issues notice to IMC, govt

    Indore : Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Thursday issued notices to the State government and Indore Municipal Corporation over a PIL highlighting the repeated incidents of fire at the trenching ground in Devguradia area that is threatening wildlife and the lives of residents living nearby.

  • Three arrested during vehicle checking drive

    Ujjain: Police has confiscated 15 kg of silver packed in a bag from an Alto car while conducting vehicle checking drive near Prashanti Dham at Indore Road on late Wednesday. Three residents of Indore were also arrested by Nanakheda police who were travelling from the car. Nanakheda police informed that Tejkumar Jain resident of Radha Nagar, Saurabh resident of Nehru Nagar and Lal Singh resident of Vallabh Nagar areas of Indore were

  • HC’s notice to govt for acquiring school buses for PM’s programme

    Indore : Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Thursday summoned RTO-Indore and issued notices to the State government and district administration for acquiring school buses to ferry farmers for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s programme in Sehore district.

  • Petition filed challenging the findings of judicial probe

    Indore  : Former in-charge of MIG police station on Thursday filed a petition in Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court challenging the findings of a judicial inquiry into the custodial death of Pankaj Vaishnav.

  • Pharmacy student raped by apparel shop owner

    Indore : Lasudiya police booked an apparel shop owner for allegedly raping a Pharmacy student in a flat here on Thursday. The accused raped and was then blackmailing the victim after shooting a video of the act.

  • Over 70 structures pulled down to widen road

    Indore  : More than 70 structures, including houses and commercial establishments, were knocked down in a joint operation by the district administration, Indore Municipal Corporation and police on Wednesday to widen Biyawani Road.

  • IIID convention ‘Imagine’ begins today

    Indore : The 11th National Convention of Institute of Indian Interior Designers (IIID) ‘Imagine’ will begin here on Thursday on the theme of ‘Taking Design to Masses.’

  • NCTE accepts DAVV plea for sake of BEd students

    Indore  : After initial denial, National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) has increased the intake in BEd course offered by School of Education for the sake of 34 students whose career was in doldrums as they were among the additional lot admitted to the course.

  • Inds express anguish over proposed move

    Indore  : Industry bodies have opposed the measure to charge 5% surcharge on the industries using power from 6 pm to 10pm. They have also raised their voice over monopoly of the Discoms.

  • Tharoor says ‘no’ to security during city visit

    Indore  : Former Union minister and senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor, who was on a 2-day visit to the city, returned to New Delhi on Wednesday morning.

  • Vigyan Bhawan, central library of DAVV to be renovated

    Indore  : The Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), which has received a grant of Rs 2.5 crore under Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA), will spend it on renovation of Vigyan Bhawan and Central library.

  • Woman goes missing with daughter

    Indore: A woman went missing along with her 3-year-old daughter under mysterious circumstances here on Tuesday.

  • Raman seeks strict action for ‘anti-India’ slogans at JNU

    Indore: Terming as ‘unfortunate’ the alleged anti-India slogans raised in Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh here on Wednesday said that those committed the act should be dealt with iron hands.

  • Corporate book review held

    Indore  : The Indore Management Association organised an IMA Reader’s Clique, a book lovers’ club, on ‘Blue Ocean Strategy’ for management professionals and students, on Wednesday. The programme was organised at IMA’s meeting room, Jall Auditorium, Indore. The moderator for the session was Shiv Kumar.

  • Only DMU train can ply between Indore-Mhow

    Indore : As the railways authorities are developing a platform for trains having 16 coaches, long distance trains with over 16 bogies can’t source and terminate at Mhow station.

  • 20000 run for healthy & green Indore

    Indore :  The second round of Indore Marathon was organised on Sunday, wherein people from all walks of life including school students participated. It was held to promote health and greenery in the city. Around 20,000 people participated in the marathon committing to a healthier lifestyle.