Free Press Journal
  • Swamy says will move SC on Ram Temple issue

    New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy on Monday said he would approach the Supreme Court if Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government at the Centre does not start the construction of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya by 2016.

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    Lewis Hamilton vows to keep his worth in mind during talks with Mercedes

    London: Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton has claimed that he knows his worth as he gears up for contract talks with Mercedes, and knows that it is going to be hard. Hamilton, who has a salary of 31 million dollars, plans to negotiate his own deal for the first time after severing ties with his management company last year.

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    MS Dhoni prime example of disciplined cricketer: Akash Chopra

    New Delhi: In the age of cricket where on-field verbal spats between opposition players are an everyday affair, Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni is the prime example of a disciplined player who has played the sport in the right spirit, feels former India opener Aakash Chopra.

  • BJP ads, Bedi interview enough to reduce AAP workload: Yogendra Yadav

    New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Yogendra Yadav on Monday said the adverisements of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and an interview given their chief ministerial candidate for Delhi Kiran Bedi will be enough to reduce his party’s workload.

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    Kiran Bedi’s election aide quits BJP

    New Delhi: Days before Delhi goes to polls, Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi’s election aide quit the party, finding her “dictatorial” ways unbearable.

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    Policing of cadres backfires on Bedi, Gotra row on BJP

    The past invariably catches up with a candidate, and it seems to be in a tearing hurry to catch  up with Kiran Bedi. One of her campaign managers on Monday resigned in protest against her autocratic functioning.

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    Bid to shield Bedi boomerangs

    Never change horses in mid-stream, goes an old adage.  The BJP, pushed down the aisle by the Aam Aadmi Party’s aggressive campaigning, has not only dismounted from the horse it was riding thus far in the Delhi election but has also sent it back to the stable. The former cop and anti-corruption crusader, Kiran Bedi, is virtually quarantined: so, no road shows and door-to-door canvassing, no television interface before a live audience, not even voluntary

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    China chase may have got closer with new GDP series

    India has ostensibly moved from a 4.7 percent growth rate in 2013-14 to a 6.9 percent growth rate for the same period as of January 30, 2015. A New Year bonanza? Not quite! The more than 2 percent difference is the result of a change in the manner in which the national income – the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) — is computed.  India has sought to change the way it measures its national income

  • Opinion

    Delhi statehood: Let Federalism win

    Having been ruled by monarchs for centuries and then the Britishers, it seems that feudalism is ingrained in our genes. The tendency to grab power and not relinquish it permeates our system. The spirit of democracy and federalism suffers in the process. The issue of statehood for Delhi is a case in point.

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    IS executes second Japanese hostage

    Tokyo :  The Islamic State militants have claimed in a video to have beheaded a second Japanese hostage, sending the shocked nation into mourning. Freelance journalist and film-maker Kenji Goto, 47, was believed to have been executed by the IS, after his compatriot Haruna Yukawa was killed only a few days back. Goto was known to have gone to Syria in October to secure Yukawa’s release.

  • BJP corporators to launch protest on Essel’s plan to change meters

    Ujjain : BJP corporators will raise a protest against Essel’s decision of changing electric meters, here on Monday. A meeting of BJP corporators was held at Lokshakti Bhavan under the chairmanship of BJP city president Iqbal Singh Gandhi on Sunday. Electric meters being installed by Essel are tested on standard scale in LMTD labs and they do not have any kind of faults.

  • City to get CNG mother station soon

    Ujjain : Ujjain city is likely to get its first CNG mother station in few days. Member of Parliament Chintamani Malviya listened to the grievances of auto-rickshaw drivers at Dewasgate and redressed them, calling concerned officials, on Sunday.

  • DCC demands cancellation of corporatorship of 4 BJP corporators

    Ujjain : District Congress Committee (DCC, urban) has demanded the State Election Commissioner and Ujjain Divisional Commissioner to cancel the corporatorship of those four BJP corporators of the Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC), who have reportedly cast fake votes during the Indore Municipal Corporation election on Saturday.

  • Partial impact of ban on polythene milk in city

    Ujjain : There seemed partial impact of ban on sale of milk in polythene bags in the city on Sunday. Many dairy owners were selling milk in polythene bags violating the ban. Though some milk sellers strictly followed the directives issued by Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC).

  • LIC agents observe rest day

    Ujjain : In support of ten points demand, LIC agents observed rest day here on Saturday. Agents of LIC put forth ten points demand including increase in bonus, gratuity amount to Rs 10 lakh, home loans for two times and others.

  • Rape accused in police custody

    Ujjain : Madhav Nagar police arrested a truck driver accused of raping a woman on Sunday. Another accused is still on the run. Police informed that a woman resident of Indore was allegedly raped by two persons two days ago at Nagziri locality. Accused youths called the woman on the pretext of providing her a job. Woman lodged a complaint against accused at Madhav Nagar police station. Truck driver Yusuf son of

  • 32nd Patotsava held at Research Institute

    Ujjain : 32nd Patotsava of Shrimad Vijay Jayant Sen Surishwar Maharaj was organised at Shri Rajendra Suri Shatabdi Research Institute under the aegis of Jain Seers Sanyam Ratna and Bhuvan Ratna Vijay Shri Maharaj, here on Sunday A book authored by Jain Muni was released on this occasion. School Education Minister Paras Jain, Minister of State for Tourism and Culture Surendra Patwa and others were present on this occasion.

  • Modi’s balancing act: to visit China in May

    New Delhi :  Within days of US president Barak Obama’s highly successful three-day visit to India, which caused much heartburn in China and Pakistan, union external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj has been able to administer the much needed balm in Beijing. That, in turn, has paved the way for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to China in May. The visit was officially confirmed by MEA sources on Sunday.