Free Press Journal
  • Indore: DAVV pays Rs 1.61 crore to innovate school staff to clear dues

    Indore: Following the directives of Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has paid an amount of Rs 1.61 crore to staffers of Innovate School, which was an entity of the university. The university used to run Innovate School on UTD campus.

  • Seven newly-appointed judges of Madras High Court sworn in

    Chennai: Seven newly-appointed judges of the Madras High Court were sworn in today. Chief Justice Indira Banerjee administered the oath of office to them. With this, the total strength of the Madras High Court has reached 63 out of the sanctioned strength of 75.

  • Indore: High Court rejects government’s claim on Hukumchand Mills land

    Indore: Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court has rejected the state government’s claim on land of Hukumchand Mills that was shut down more than two decades ago. The court observed that Indore Municipal Corporation is real owner of the mills land.

  • Dindori gangrape case: Madhya Pradesh High Court confirms death sentence to two

    Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh High Court, Jabalpur, on Thursday upheld the lower court judgement of death sentence to two persons in rape and murder of a 11-year-old girl in Dindori. Delivering the judgment,the court said that death penalty is measure of social necessity and also means of deterring other potential offenders.

  • Indore: Another petition filed in MGM Medical College recruitment scam, hearing on May 4

    Indore: Amidst protest against recruitments on the post of professors and assistant professors, one more petition was filed against Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College before Indore Bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Wednesday. The petition was filed by Dr Pankaj Gupta through counsel Anshuman Srivastava.


    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Friday quashed the order of the Indore Bench of the Madhya Pradesh High Court for a criminal case against Ujjain’s BJP MP Prof. Chintamani Malviya for a false statement on a court notice served on him in an election petition in 2014.

  • Indore: HC notice to PS, VC in Imperial College case

    Indore: Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Tuesday issued notices to principal secretary (higher education) and Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya vice chancellor and two others for withholding results of BEd students of Imperial College of Professional Studies.

  • Don’t use word ‘Dalit’

    New Delhi : The Union Social Justice and Empowerment Ministry has written to all state governments not to use the word “Dalit” in the government documents for the Scheduled Caste people.

  • Bhopal: State Bar council calls off protest after High Court order

    Bhopal: State Bar Council of Madhya Pradesh on Tuesday called off their on-going protest after Jabalpur bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court declared their move “illegal and unconstitutional” and directed them to resume their works forthwith. However, the council claimed that they also withdrew their stir as the government assured them of meeting their demands like enactment of Advocates Protection Act and appointment of judges at High Court.

  • Bhopal: Decision on retirement draws mixed response

    Bhopal: The chief minister announcement of increasing retirement age from 60 to 62 years has evoked mixed response. While some employee unions have welcomed the decision saying that it will give employees their due promotion. However, there are others who claimed that the only 20 per cent employees will reap its benefit as over 75 percent employees in the state are already enjoying the higher retirement age benefit up to 65-70 years.

  • Bhopal: HC notices to DeSa, seven others officials

    Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh High Court on Friday issued notices to eight officials including former chief secretary Antony DeSa seeking reply on transport expenses incurred during chief minister’s programme in Bhopal in 2016.

  • Bhopal: Vyapam PMT 2012 case

    Bhopal: The Madhya Pradesh High Court on Wednesday granted bail to five persons accused in Vyapam PMT-2012 scam. The court accepted the bail plea of Chirayu Medical College chairman Dr Ajay Goenka, People’s Medical College chairman Vijay Kumar Ramnani and director Ashok Naganth Rao, LN Medical college admission in-charge Dr DK Sathpathi and Dr Ravi Saxena.

  • Bhopal: HC tells MPRTC to pay Rs 7.50 cr to BMC

    Bhopal: Terming a portion of Mansarowar Complex as illegal, the Madhya Pradesh High Court on Wednesday directed MPRTC to compensate BMC with Rs 7.50 crore or else the portion will be bulldozed.
    A double bench of HC headed by chief justice Hemant Gupta and justice Vijay Kumar Shukla said that the complex’s front open space with built up area of 4.5 meters was constructed against the norms and was illegal.