Free Press Journal
  • Visiting faculty ‘misbehaves’ with girl students at DAVV, fired

    Indore : Services of a visiting faculty member at School of Economics, DAVV, were terminated on Saturday after a group of girl students alleged he would mistreat and misbehave with them. The teacher however rubbished the allegations saying that some students conspired against him without any reason.

  • Exams of 250 students nullified for malpractice

    Indore : In a stern action, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) punished nearly 250 students found to be guilty of using unfair means during semester exams held between July and December last year.

  • Theft accused held with goods worth lakhs

    Indore : Crime branch on Saturday arrested a person in connection with chain snatching, theft and bike lifting cases and recovered stolen goods worth lakhs of rupees. A search is on for one of his accomplices.

  • IIM students excel in SRCC Business Conclave

    Indore : Brining laurels to their alma mater, a team of students from after-school course of Indian Institute of Management Indore (IIM-I) performed exceptionally well in SRCC Business Conclave.

  • City boy shines in National Art Olympiad

    Indore : City student Shantanu Banerjee got selected in the National Art Olympiad which was jointly organised by Small Hand Big Art, Sir JJ Institute of Applied Art of Mumbai, Rhode Island School of Design of US and Mojarto. The winners will be awarded a merit certificate, cash award of Rs 2000 and an invitation to participate in their winners mentorship programme which would provide an opportunity for the students to take

  • Indore: Investment in long term capital bonds no more lucrative

    Indore: The Union budget presented by finance minister Arun Jaitley has some proposals which are indeed spiky, especially for those who wish to save long term capital gain (LTCG) tax by purchasing long term capital bonds.

  • Indore: DAVV convocation on March 30, but no gowns please

    Indore: The much-awaited convocation of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) would be held on March 30 as Raj Bhawan has reportedly given its consent to the university’s appeal for holding the ceremony. However, this year the participants won’t be wearing gowns and caps but Indian jacket and uttariya.

  • Indore: Best portion of a man’s life, his unremembered acts of kindness

    Indore: Whether it is helping a senior cross the street or gifting flowers to make someone’s day pleasant, every little act of kindness adds positivity to the world. Great English romantic poet William Wordsworth said “The best portion of a man’s life, his little, nameless unremembered acts of kindness and love.”

  • Indore: Cycling away from gadget addiction

    Indore: With kids spending most of their times hooked to tablets and electronic gadgets, Shaikh family decided to bring a turn in their life by changing a family trend. “Gadgets are important and essential to survival today, but they also create a distance in family members, which is not good,” hotelier Zafar Shaikh said. Worry took over him as he wanted to bring a change in the trend.

  • Indore: People, police partners in parking problem

    Indore: Vehicles parked daily in a makeshift parking lot along the roadside near ongoing road construction site leading to Kanchan Bagh Main Road have been causing a great inconvenience to commuters plying through the area.