Free Press Journal
  • Post demonetisation: Govt must increase expenditure on public goods

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi deserves accolade for demonetising notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 denominations. This will hit hard the fake note rackets being run by terrorists, and the large amount of monies stashed away by politicians, government officials and hawala operators. This move will provide much relief to honest taxpayers. Businesses in the country make large transactions in cash. They do not pay taxes on these transactions. This leads to large loss

  • Demonetisation: Note ban hits single-screen theatres, sales fall 40%

    Mumbai: The Modi government’s demonetisation move has affected daily ticket sales across theatres in the city. The worst-hit are the single-screen theatres. The sale of tickets has been fallen down by 30-40 percent, since patrons are still giving old currency notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000, hoping to exchange them for new notes.

  • Demonetisation: Updated rules shorten queues but increase hassle

    • Banks fail to follow norms due to lack of enough currency supply
    • Individuals are allowed to withdraw Rs 2.5 lakh at one go for marriage purpose but the payment is still subject to availability of currency notes

    Ujjain: Relatively shorter queues were seen in the banks on Friday following changes in the rules of withdrawal and exchange imposed by the Central government. However, people

  • Ujjain: School Kalidas Samaroh to begin from November 22

    Ujjain: School education department, public education directorate, government of Madhya Pradesh is hosting State-level School Kalidas Samaroh in the city from November 22, 2016.

  • NFDC Film Bazaar’s techno focus with Facebook and YouTube promotions

    Online forums have been providing the tools to facilitate the popularity of films. Facebook and YouTube will shine the spotlight on Building Communities and Icons and Marketing the Indie Film at the 10th edition of NFDC Film Bazaar to be held from November 20 to 24, 2016 on the sidelines of the 47th International Film Festival in Goa.

  • LIAFI organises conference in Ujjain

    Ujjain: A conference of Life Insurance Agents Federation of India (LIAFI) was held at Indore. The national head Ranveer Sharmar was the chief guest of conference. Yeshwant Sharma was the special guest of the conference who threw light on the present status of LIAFI.

  • Demonetisation: Minister, collector take stock of situation in Ujjain

    Ujjain: Energy minister Paras Jain and collector Sanket Bhondve on Friday reviewed the situation in city post demonetisation and also held a meeting with Chimanganj Krishi Upaj Mandi traders, mandi committee presidents, secretary and chemist association members among others. They assured the traders that their woes would come to an end soon.

  • Ujjain: ‘Cooperative sector banks need to stand firm to overcome challenge’

    Ujjain: There are great challenges before the banks of cooperative sector. They will have to stand firm against the public banks to overcome them. The customers will have to be provided the facilities considering the present needs, said Apex Bank managing director, RS Garg while addressing the cooperative symposium organised to mark 63rd All India Cooperative Week, on Friday.

  • Tonglen Meditation-I

    To enhance that feeling of really wishing others well and wishing them to be free of pain, we do the tonglen meditation. This is the meditation where we imagine others around us and we imagine taking their suffering and the cause of their suffering in the form of smoke that we inhale. The smoke then becomes a thunderbolt which strikes at the lump of anger, selfishness and contortion at our own heart,

  • Your Day By Nilikash P Pradhan

    ARIES:- There will be growth in business today. You need to discuss some issues with your seniors to get it resolved quickly at work place as further there might be more hurdles coming.

  • Birthday special: Zeenat Aman marriage controversy you did not know

    Bollywood sexiest 70s beauty Zeenat Aman turns 65 today. She ruled as the sex symbol for almost two decades in Bollywood. After her studies in Los Angeles, she won the Miss Asia Pacific title in 1970. She has been instrumental in giving a modern look to the Indian cinema. She has worked in more than 50 movies in Bollywood. To her credit she has some super hits movie from Bollywood, aided by

  • Mumbai: Relief for expelled FTII student

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Friday held that every institution must focus on ‘reformation’ of the students and not on ‘rustication’.

  • Bombay HC came down heavy on auto rickshaw driver’s union

    Mumbai: On Thursday the Bombay High Court asked an auto-rickshaw drivers’ union to file an undertaking spelling out that the state government can terminate their permits if any complaint is lodged against the drivers.