Free Press Journal
  • CBI to submit status report in SC on June 30

    BHOPAL :  Central Bureau of Investigations (CBI), which is investigating into Vyapam scam, has got more time to submit its status report. The Supreme Court (SC) has extended the hearing in Vyapam scam from April 29 to June 30. It is the third time when the SC has extended the date of hearing in the said scam.

  • College admission counselling likely to start on May 10

    Indore :  The department of high education (DHE) has signaled that this year the registrations for centralised online counselling would start early. As per sources, the DHE is to open registration window for admission in under-graduate and post-graduate courses on May 10.

  • It’s eighth Simhastha for 112-yr-old Mehant Gopalanand

    Ujjain :  It is the eighth Simhastha Mahakumbh 112-year-old Mehant Gopalanand Maharaj of Shri Shambhu Panch Agni Akhara is attending in the city of temples. The saint is an epitome of spiritual and religious excellence. He imparts free education to poor and orphan children at several organisations run by him. He has also managed a special education facility for 54 blind children.

  • Pilgrims being served aampanna at Mangalnath zone

    Ujjain :  Scores of social workers and voluntary organisations are serving the pilgrims arriving at the Simhastha Mahakumbh in various ways. A Rajkot based trader serves aampanna and sharbat to the visitors at Sadguru Ranchhordas Khalsa camp at Mangalnath Zone.

  • Artistes leave audience spellbound at Kala Utsav

    Ujjain :  Eminent artistes from various parts of the country are presenting wonderful presentations of song, dance and instrumental recitals at Kala Utsav being hosted at six venues across the city to mark the Simhastha Mahakumbh. On the second day, artistes performed at Bharatmuni Manch, Kalidas Manch, Vikramaditya Manch, Bhoj Manch, Bhratrihari and Triveni Sangrahalaya and enthralled the audience.

  • Kevin Pietersen  out of IPL

    Pune :  Former England batting star Kevin Pietersen has been ruled out of the remainder of the Indian Premier League owing to a calf injury, dealing a blow to Rising Pune Supergiants’ hopes of reviving their stuttering campaign.

  • ‘Why have a coach? It’s waste of money’ – Abdul Qadir

    Karachi :  Pakistan’s spin great Abdul Qadir has ridiculed the need to have a head coach for the national team in any format and blamed the ICC for trying to sell this idea to all cricket playing nations.

  • Zebronics introduces funky Bluetooth headphone

    Zebronics, India’s leading supplier of IT peripherals, consumer electronics  and Surveillance products have updated its wide wireless headphone range with new model Hiplife.

  • Younis does it again, quits Pak ODI league

    Karachi :  Senior batsman Younis Khan has triggered another controversy in Pakistan cricket by returning home midway from the ongoing Pakistan Cup one-day tournament in Faisalabad.

  • Karat files police complaint

    New Delhi: CPI(M) leader Prakash Karat on Sunday filed a complaint against TMC MP Derek O’Brien for allegedly using a morphed picture of his being offered sweets by Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh. Targeting the Mamata Banerjee-led party over the photo episode, Karat said TMC is getting “increasingly desperate” as the poll campaign in West Bengal goes on. It shows the level to which TMC can “stoop to”, he said.

  • KKR pip Pune Supergiants by two wickets

    Pune: Suryakumar Yadav’s 49-ball 60 was the backbone of the Kolkata Knight Riders’ (KKR) run chase as they hunted down Rising Pune Supergiants’ 160/5 with two wickets and three balls to spare in a closely-fought Indian Premier League (IPL) encounter at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium here on Sunday.

  • Harish Rawat

    Uttarakhand crisis unabated

    The Uttarakhand High Court seemed to be in a hurry to restore chief ministership to Harish Rawat. Barely had he taken oath yet again, and took a slew of populist decisions with an eye on a fresh poll, the Supreme Court stayed the High Court order, and restored President’s rule in the State. If the Centre had shown undue haste in proclaiming President’s rule, the Uttarakhand High Court had shown undue haste

  • Nirmala hits back at Chidu in ‘one eyed king’ debate

    New Delhi : With P Chidambaram joining the ‘one eyed king’ debate, Union Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Sunday hit back saying it is surprising that former Finance Minister finds India a “one eyed wonder” when the world finds it a bright spot.

  • Chhagan Bhujbal likely to be out of hospital, back in jail today

    Mumbai : NCP Leader Chhagan Bhujbal is likely to be discharged today morning following which; he will be taken to St George Dental College for a final medical check-up. If all goes well, then he will be shifted to Arthur Road jail on Monday followed by his dental treatment.

  • Cut to fit – Career in Video Editing

    Digital content is being produced at a speed that one has not known before. It offers a lucrative career option in video editing

  • Modi, Shah ordered Ishrat encounter, claims Cong

    New Delhi : The Congress on Sunday said the Gujarat Police killed Ishrat Jahan in a staged shootout in 2004 on the orders of the then chief minister Narendra Modi and BJP leader Amit Shah.

  • Hrithik posts cryptic online message amid fight with Kangana

    Mumbai : As Hrithik Roshan and Kangana Ranaut’s bitter war continues, the actor, who has slapped a legal notice on the actress, has taken to Twitter, asserting that he believes in his strengths. “When people call you names, the universe is not testing whether you can prove them wrong. It’s testing your own belief in your own name. #knowUrName,” Hrithik posted on Twitter.