Free Press Journal
  • Dance auditions from Sep 29

    Ujjain: Sion Ross event and promotion is organising a state level dance competition and its auditions in city will be held on September 29. Dance competition is going to be held in two categories. Kid and adult dancers will be scrutinised separately. Similar auditions will be held in six cities. Amazing prizes will be given to winners and the eleven- episode programme will be telecast.

  • Man selling fake gold earrings arrested

    Ujjain: Police arrested a man who was trying to sell fake gold earrings to a goldsmith while his ‘boss’was arrested later at Freeganj here on Sunday.

  • Encroachment demolished

    Ujjain: Administration demolished illegal constructions and encroachment outside Bhairavgarh Temple here on Monday.

  • Betting on online poker, chess illegal: Court

    New Delhi : A Delhi court has ruled that online sports betting is an offence in India and websites hosting games of skill, like chess and poker, involving money, cannot be given any protection under the Constitution.

  • Bhopal division observes total Bandh

    BHOPAL : Bhopal division on Monday observed a total Bandh to protest the Union government’s decision on FDI in retail. The Bandh inflected a total loss of business worth Rs 200 crore in the division, whereas in Bhopal alone the business worth Rs100 crore was affected.

  • Modi, Nitish Kumar are regional leaders: Joshi

    Bhopal : Whether it is Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi or Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar, they are only regional leaders, said senior BJP leader Murli Manohar Joshi.

  • ‘even mp had opposied fdi in rearil’

    Mamata refers to the copy of a letter written by Manmohan to a traders’ body when he was Leader of Oppn in RS which quotes him as saying that he was opposed to reforms which kill employment

  • Cop’s sentencing shifts China scandal to his boss

    Beijing : Decks have been cleared for the trial of disgraced Chinese leader Bo Xilai, as his former police chief was on Monday sentenced to 15 years in jail for attempting to defect to the US and other crimes, ahead of a generational power transfer in the ruling Communist party.

  • ‘BJP should heed Shourie’s good advice’

    New Delhi: Union Minister Kapil Sibal on Monday welcomed BJP leader Arun Shourie’s remarks backing the hike in diesel prices and said his party should listen to his “good advice”.

  • US slams Pak minister for putting up bounty

    Islamabad/Washington : The US on Monday slammed a Pakistani minister for offering a hefty USD 100,000 bounty for killing the maker of an anti-Islam film, as Islamabad dissociated itself from the offer.

  • First INDIA-US-AF trilateral talks at UN

    BOTH India and the US had clarified that the tri-lateral dialogue was not targeted against Pakistan, which has always been wary of New Delhi’s role in Afghanistan.

  • Guiding Light-Can Love Be Universalized?

    A friend of mine one told me, “My servant’s son was murdered recently, over the debt of a mere few hundred rupees! I know we are told to love everybody,” she continued, “but how is it possible to love someone who commits such a vicious crime?”

  • Mamata to lead demo in Delhi on Oct 1

    Kolkata: Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee on Monday announced that she would lead a party demonstration at Jantar Mantar in Delhi on October 1 to urge the Centre to withdraw “anti-people” decisions on FDI in retail, cap on subsidised LPG and diesel price hike.

  • Man sues ex-wife for ’stealing his frozen sperm’

    London :  An Emirati man is suing his Russian ex-wife for stealing his frozen sperm to get pregnant without his knowledge. The man from Abu Dhabi said that shortly before their divorce, his Russian wife was secretly inseminated with his sperm at a clinic where they had earlier sought fertility treatment.  (more…)

  • Did Leonardo paint prequel to Mona Lisa?

    London :  Italian renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci may have painted a prequel to his master piece Mona Lisa, ten years earlier to the famous work which now hangs in the Louvre in Paris, experts claim.

  • Go for arbitration, HC advises BCCI, Deccan Chargers

    Mumbai :   The Bombay High Court on Monday suggested the BCCI and the Deccan Chronicles Holdings Ltd to settle their dispute over termination of the IPL franchise by referring the matter to a mutually acceptable arbitrator.