Free Press Journal
  • Yoga teachers to be appointed at state schools

    Ujjain  : School education minister Paras Jain told that Yoga teachers will be appointed in all the government schools across the state. Indian Yogi Vasudev Jaggi, Swami Ramdev and Sri Sri Ravishankar will assist in the training of the teachers.

  • Left leaders urge Mamata to stop post-poll violence

    Kolkata : Newly- elected Left Front legislature party leader in West Bengal Sujan Chakraborty on Tuesday met Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and urged her to take urgent steps to stop post-poll violence in the state. Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) state secretariat member Chakraborty, who won the recent assembly polls from the Jadavpur constituency in South 24-Parganas district, was elected Left Front legislature party leader earlier in the day. After the meeting, Chakraborty

  • Car rams tree leaving 4 injured

    Ujjain : An over speeding car carrying a patient rammed into a tree near Panbihar village leaving 4 passengers injured, here on Tuesday.

  • MPPSC aspirants undergo strict frisking at examination centres

    Ujjain : The aspirants of Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) examination have to undergo strict checking at different examination centres located across the city, here on Tuesday. Total 5160 aspirants appeared in the exam, which was conducted at 12 different examination centres on Tuesday.

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    Lionel Messi absent as tax fraud trial opens

    Barcelona : The trial of Argentina star Lionel Messi on tax fraud charges opened on Tuesday in Spain in his absence just days before Argentina’s first match in the Copa America against Chile.

  • Pratap Nayudu wins gold

    International Arm –wrestler of Indore, Pratap  Nayudu clinched two gold medals in both the heavy weight categories of men for the third consecutive year in the recently concluded  International Arm- wrestling selection trials held at CB Club, Jabalpur from May 27 to 30.

  • Day Boarding, Hockey Indore win matches

    Day Boarding, Hockey Indore in boys, Tahir Hockey Training Centre and Day Boarding in girls entered into the next round of the Major Dhyanchand memorial hockey league tournament played at Chimanbag Ground on Tuesday.

  • Swiss name Lalit Modi, wife among those facing tax probe

    Berne : Switzerland on Tuesday named Lalit Modi and his wife Minal among those about whom information and assistance have been sought from its tax department by the Indian authorities.

  • Bengaluru FC, Ashley Westwood part ways

    Mumbai : Ending months of speculation, I-League champions Bengaluru FC announced on Tuesday that it has parted ways with its successful head coach Ashley Westwood “by mutual consent”.

  • ‘50L people get affected by cancer every year due to tobacco use’

    RATLAM : World No Tobacco Day was observed here on Tuesday. In Ratlam, an awareness rally was taken out accompanied by a human chain to spread awareness on the ills of tobacco use.  Health workers of the region took part in the rally who aired slogans against the use of tobacco and tobacco related dangers.

  • Retirement age of docs under Centre raised to 65 years

    New Delhi : Superannuation age of all doctors in Central Health Service has been enhanced to 65 years with effect from today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said about the decision that will benefit about 4000 doctors.

  • Court dismisses defamation case against Arvind Kejriwal

    NEW DELHI : In a relief to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, a Delhi court on Tuesday dismissed a criminal complaint filed against him for allegedly using “defamatory and seditious” words against Prime Minister Narendra Modi following the CBI raid at his Principal Secretary’s office.

  • Small investors’ summit to be held in every tehsil: Collector

    Mandsaur : “Small scale investors’ summit will be organised at every tehsil headquarter of the district. During these summits, district industry department will provide all the required facilities and administrative support to the prospective investors,” said district collector Swatantra Kumar Singh during the weekly inter-departmental review meeting held at collectorate conference hall here on Tuesday.

  • National birds in peril, forest dept remains mute spectator

    Petlawad  : Although Petlawad development block is popular for its peacocks, the animals are being killed on regular basis in the region. However, the district forest department doesn’t seem to care for the national bird.

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    Violence against Africans; over-analyzing stray incidents

    To inject partisan domestic politics into a few unfortunate incidents of violence against Africans in the national capital is wholly unwarranted. The fact that the NDA rules India has nothing to do with these. Very often such incidents stem from a clash of behaviourial patterns and cultural values between the locals and the Africans.

  • Cong-PDF jointly field Tamta for Rajya Sabha

    Dehradun: Burying their differences, ruling allies Congress and PDF in Uttarakhand today jointly fielded a candidate for the Rajya Sabha election with former Lok Sabha MP from Almora, Pradeep Tamta filing his nomination on behalf of the alliance.

  • Medal at Champions Trophy is our aim: Roelant Oltmans

    Bengaluru : With less than 10 days to go for their opening match in the FIH Champions Trophy in London, Indian men’s hockey team chief coach Roelant Oltmans said he is eyeing a top three finish in the high-profile tournament.

  • Eves lose to New Zealand in opening encounter

    Darwin : Indian women’s hockey team started its campaign in the four-nation tournament on a disappointing note, losing 1-4 against New Zealand, here.