Free Press Journal
  • MPPSC-2015: Women bag 10 out of 19 posts of deputy collectors

    Indore: As many as 147 women candidates secured jobs in different government departments in the state through state civil service examination-2015, results of which was announced last week. A closer look at the result list revealed that more number of seats than reserved for women was clinched by the fair sex.

  • IIM Indore comes up with training prog on innovation management in SMEs

    Indore: Indian Institute of Management Indore has come up with an innovation management programme, specifically customised for Indian Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and co-created by experts from premier German and Indian Institutes. This programme has been designed to support SMEs with their endeavour to innovate.

  • Indore: Bullion trader’s son commits suicide

    Indore: A 20-year-old son of a bullion trader committed suicide by hanging himself from the ceiling of his room under Aerodrome police station area on Sunday.

  • Indore: Doctors prove their mettle in music, singing

    Indore: ‘Pyar deewana hota hai’, Jo tumko ho pasand’ and many more songs were presented by city doctors while displaying their talent of singing and music on Sunday.

  • Indore: 22-year-old dies in road accident

    Indore: A 22-year-old youth was killed after a speeding truck hit him near bypass at Kanadiya late on Saturday night. According to the police, the deceased has been identified as Harish Hada, a resident of Banganga area of the city. Preliminary investigation revealed that he was going to one of his relative’s place for some work when container truck hit him and dragged him about 100 meters, leading to his death.  Agitated

  • Indore: Promoting reading & writing habits among youngsters

    Indore: Bringing back the magic of childhood books, comics and magazines, DS events organised ‘CREATE Stories Kitabon Ki’ in a café on Sunday. Work Book and Copyright Day is celebrated on April 23rd by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation, to promote reading, publishing and copyright.

  • Indore: Conducting CET online to cost 50% extra

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) would have to spend about 50 per cent extra to what it had spent last year for conducting common entrance test (CET)-2017 in online mode. As per a budget proposal submitted by MPOnline, which is going to conduct CET on behalf of DAVV, the cost per student will be about Rs 520, including service tax.

  • Indore: Absence of regular patrolling leaves Gyanshila Super City residents in fear

    Indore: Hardly anyone among those living in Gyanshila Super City, situated in Lasudia police station jurisdiction, enjoy a carefree sleep whenever they are away from their home outside Indore. By and large residents make sure that someone or the other is around to take care of their house and keep it safe from thieves.

  • Indore: Ranipura cracker shop fire: Death toll mounts to 8

    Indore: One more victim of Ranipura fire mishap has succumbed to burn injuries during treatment at Choithram Hospital on Sunday. According to Central Kotwali police, the death toll in fire at Dilip Fire Works in Ranipura area on April 18 has gone up to eight with a 22-year-old man succumbing to his burn injuries.

  • Indore: Thieves make away with valuables worth lakhs

    Indore: Unidentified thieves stole valuables worth lakhs in separate incidents in the city on Saturday and Sunday. According to police, a miscreant managed to flee with a bag kept in a car in Ranipura area. The police said one Lakhan Vishwakarma of Bajrang Nagar had lodged a complaint of theft with police. Lakhan said he was working as driver of Dr Mahaveer Bidasairya.

  • Indore: Workshop on cardiac problem management

    Indore: Free workshop on cardiac problem management was organised by Yog Temple here at Sajan Nagar on Sunday. Guest lecturer cardiologist Dr Bharat Rawat highlighted importance of mental relaxation, diet and exercise for a healthy heart. He added that alcohol consumption and smoking should be avoided. Yog Temple founder Manoj Garg informed that importance of yoga exercises, pranayam and meditation is recognised by American Heart Association. Mementos were provided by CA Pavan

  • Indore: Mock test for CBSE class XII Entrepreneurship exam

    Indore: Sharing practise paper for students attempting CBSE class XII board Entrepreneurship examination on April 29, teacher Kapil Malviya shared a mock paper that will help students practise for the examination in the last week.