Free Press Journal

    Washington :  Expelled Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade, in effect, has been barred entry into the US, with the State Department saying her name would be placed in visa and immigration lookout systems to prevent routine issuance of visa.


    Kejriwal leaves venue to avoid possible stampede, but promises that the next public hearing will be at a bigger venue with better arrangements.

  • Motor-mouth Shinde at it again

    New Delhi :  Ahead of the all-important one-day session of the All India Congress Committee, another senior Congress leader has spoken about yet another prime ministerial candidate after the Lok Sabha elections this year.

  • US could have avoided ‘mini crisis’: Khurshid

    New Delhi :  India on Saturday blamed the United States for a “mini crisis” over l’affaire Khobragade and said more work was needed to repair ties a day after the withdrawal of diplomats seemed to draw a line under the row.

  • Shrinks thumb down corporal punishment in schools!

    Mumbai :  The assault case of the KG student of Columba High School, Gamdevi has brought focus on how school teachers resort to corporal punishment to intimidate school children, leaving them scarred for life, mentally and psychologically.

  • People die in palaces too, says UP minister

    Lucknow :  Uttar Pradesh Minister Narad Rai on Saturday stoked a potential controversy over deaths in relief camps for riot-hit victims in Muzaffarnagar, saying deaths occur everywhere and in palaces too.

  • Pressure on parents to withdraw case

    Mumbai :  In spite of an FIR being registered and arrest of school teacher Michelle Mark Anthony of Columba Girls High School, school authorities looking to withdrew the complaint are still approaching the parents of the five-year-old girl who was caned by her.


    Ujjain: The two- day international yoga seminar- 2014 titled ‘ Scientific, Social & Spiritual Awakening with oga’ was inaugurated at Pt Suryanarayan Sankul auditorium of Kalidasa Sanskrit Academy under the aegis of Ujjain oga Life Society here on Saturday.

  • Ukraine dancer performs Bharat Natyam

    Ujjain: Artiste Ganna Smirnova from Ukraine performed Bharat Natyam during the inaugural ceremony of the 4th international yoga seminar on Saturday. Smirnova gave mesmerising performance of classical dance which lasted for 30 minutes.

  • Intense cold claims one life in city

    Ujjain: The intense cold wave sweeping the region has claimed one life in this temple town on Friday night. According to Mahakal police, a youth was found dead in Indoregate area.The police was informed by a informer. The youth reportedly died of severe cold prevailed in the city for the last couple

  • Fog, drizzling multiply denizens’ woe

    Ujjain: Cold condition in city intensified following drizzling on Saturday morning. The city was already in the grip of severe cold and fog. The sudden drizzling on Saturday morning has brought the temperature down further. Mercury dipped to 10.5 degree Celsius on Friday night and day’s temperature was recorded at


    Ujjain: A photography exhibition titled ‘ Spiritual Expedition’ by Upendra Upadhyay was inaugurated at Kalidas Sanskrit Academy during international yoga seminar on Saturday.

  • Encroachments from Madhav Nagar rly station premises removed

    Ujjain: The revenue department in association with police freed a chunk of railway land from encroachments near Madhav Nagar railway station on Saturday. According to information, a joint team of the local administration carried out the drive near the railway station ( in front of the Bharatiya Gyanpeeth and Lokmanya Tilak School).

  • Goods worth Rs 50K stolen

    Ujjain: Some unidentified miscreants made away with goods worth Rs 50,000 from Ever Fresh Shop located in Mahananda Nagar on Friday night.

  • Eid Milad- un- Nabi procession on Jan 14

    Ujjain: Eid Milad- un- Nabi procession will be taken out in the city on January 14 from Jama Masjid under the aegis of Seerat Committee. This was informed during a press conference at Press Club on Saturday by president of Seerat Committee Shaqir Bhai Khalwale. He appealed citizens to maintain law and order during the procession.

  • Apex bank offers cent percent rebate on processing charge

    Ujjain: Apex Bank had launched savings fortnight on January 6 on the occasion of New ear. According to assistant general manager Dr Ravi Thakkar, the bank will give cent percent rebate on taking any type of loan from the bank during the savings fortnight. The bank also gives 9.25 percent interest on deposits for more than two years. Interest for senior citizens is 10.25 percent.

  • City shivers on Coldest Day of the season

    Indore: Indore witnessed the coldest day and night of the season, on Saturday. The temperature plummeted to almost 40% from the temperature recorded on Friday. The city had recorded 17.9 degree Celsius on Friday and on Saturday it was plummeted to 6.7 degree Celsius.“ It is the coldest day of the season and the temperature shed 9 degrees in comparison to Friday,” the Met officials said.