Free Press Journal
  • Disheartening to read stories about personal life: Katrina

    Mumbai: Amid speculations of her break-up with rumoured boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor, actress Katrina Kaif says she is disheartened to read stuff about her personal life and feels that until one is not married, the person is single.

  • Michael Clarke

    Michael Clarke set to return to first class cricket, IPL on his radar

    Melbourne: Former Australian Test captain Michael Clarke is set to return to first-class cricket six months after he announced international retirement and the lucrative India Premier League is on his radar, according to reports here.

  • Trump leads; Clinton, Sanders neck and neck in Iowa

    Washington: The final poll ahead of the first nominating contests in the US presidential race Monday gave Donald Trump a 5 point lead over Ted Cruz while Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders were neck-and-neck.

  • Turkey summons Russia over airspace violation

    Ankara: Turkey summoned Russia over the country’s SU-34 violation of Turkey’s airspace, Turkish foreign ministry said. Turkish foreign ministry summoned Russian ambassador to Ankara late Friday over Russia’s violation of Turkey’s airspace, Xinhua quoted the foreign ministry statement as saying on Saturday.

  • Over $150 bn investments required for smart cities: Study

    Mumbai: The Modi government’s vision of creating 100 smart cities will require an investment of over USD 150 billion over the next few years with private sector being a significant contributor, says a report.

  • BoB forex scam: RBI tells all banks to conduct internal audit

    New Delhi: All public sector and private banks have been asked by the RBI to conduct a “thorough internal audit” and put the report before their respective audit committees, as part of the central bank’s efforts to check fraudulent foreign exchange transactions.

  • NGT direction to UP govt on Ganga pollution issue

    New Delhi: The National Green Tribunal has directed the Uttar Pradesh government and its state pollution control board to apprise the public about pending proceedings as it may order shifting of polluting industrial units located on the banks of Ganga.

  • PM Modi urges India to embrace Gandhi’s legacy ‘Khadi’

    New Delhi: Calling on the nation to embrace Khadi as it was the legacy of Mahatma Gandhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said the fabric signified the culture of India and added that it was bound to produce employment in the nation.

  • Ease of doing business: Govt reviews over 50-yr-old law

    New Delhi: The government has started reviewing an over 50-year-old law dealing with specific fulfilment of a contract as part of its ease of doing business policy, days after commercial courts were established and arbitration law amended for faster disposal of business disputes.

  • Harmony souvenir released at Bharatiya Gyanpith

    Ujjain :  A series of programmes, including release of a harmony souvenir at the Bharatiya Gyanpith College, were organised to mark the 65th death anniversary of Father of Nation—Mahatma Gandhi—here on Saturday.

  • Teenager boy dies as land caves in at Khan diversion

    Ujjain :  A teenager boy fell to death when land at the construction site of Khan Diversion Project got subsided near village Gonsa under Mahakal police circle on Saturday afternoon.

  • Mockery of rules Petrol being sold to non-helmet users

    Indore :  It seems, petrol pump owners in the city are not serious about the district administration’s ‘No helmet-no petrol’ order. On the Day 1 of the drive on Saturday, most petrol pumps were found selling petrol to non-helmet users.

  • Additional Chief Secretary keen to repair old ghat

    Ujjain :  Additional Chief Secretary (ACS) Radhe Shyam Julania, here on Saturday, took enough interest to make sure that the old stairs at Ram Ghat be repaired on priority, but failed to visit adjacent newly-constructed stairs at Narsing Ghat, which have developed cracks and gaps.

  • CBI raids houses of Vyapam exam supervisors

    BHOPAL :  The Central Bureau of Investigation, on Saturday, conducted raids at seven residential premises in the city in connection with Transport Constable Recruitment Examination 2012 and the Pre-Medical Test 2012. The persons whose houses were raided had acted as Supervisors in the said examinations and had allegedly played a role in the tampering of the OMR sheets of some candidates who fraudulently cleared the two examinations.

  • 8 murder accused get life imprisonment

    Ujjain :  The district court on Saturday sentenced life imprisonment to eight murder accused and charged a fine of Rs 10, 000 to each one. Accused Gokul Singh son of Kalu Singh, Goutam alias Yuvraj son of Bheru Singh, Umesh son of Lakshman Singh, Yogesh son of Lakshman Singh, Kamal son of Munnalal, Murari son of Mitthulal, Sagar son of Mahesh and Sandeep son of Mahesh, all residents of Indore had attacked

  • Woman remanded to forest department for 10 days

    Indore :  The Sessions court on Saturday remanded a woman for 10 days to the forest department for selling animals parts. She was found owning several animal parts, which she used to make jewels for selling at high price.

  • 3 BSc students abducted, robbed by ‘fake’ cops

    Indore :  Three BSc students were reportedly abducted and robbed by two miscreants, who introduced themselves as Crime Branch personnel, on Saturday.

  • Truck hits bike, girl killed

    Indore :  A speeding mini-truck hit a motorcycle near Bicholi Mardana Bypass killing a girl and injuring her parents.