Free Press Journal
  • Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai: Remebering Farooq Sheikh on his birth anniversary

    Mumbai: Remembering Farooq Sheikh on his birth anniversary. During the late 90s, Sheikh made a mark in several Television serials such as Chamatkar and Ji Mantriji, and also worked in a Shrikant. He hosted one of the popular TV shows Jeena Issi Ka Naam Hai in which he interviewed Bollywood celebrities like Shah Rukh Khan, Sanjay Dutt, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Anil Kapoor and among other, and his last TV show was Life

  • Agency banks, RBI offices to remain open till April 1

    Mumbai: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has asked all agency banks — all public sector banks and some private banks — to remain open on all days between March 25 and April 1.

  • Ujjain: MIT professor writes book on computing

    Ujjain:  Faculty member of computer science department of Mahakal Institute of Technology, Pradeep Sharma has written a book ‘Soft Computing Using Programming Environment’ for the students of computer science and information technology. The book was released in the ‘Festino Beats-2017’ annual event of the college by chairman Praveen Vashishtha and director Vivek Bansod. Vice chairman Aditya Vashishtha and fauculty members extended their best wishes to Sharma.

  • Ujjain: Scribes’ vehicle rally today to demand protection law

    Ujjain: National Media Foundation and Ujjain Press Club will conduct a discussion meeting and vehicle rally regarding Journalist Protection Law. Later a memorandum will be submitted to the divisional commissioner. In light of increasing violence against media and print journalists, a protection law was imminent said journalists of the city. Senior journalists Anil Singh Chandel, Sunil Jain, Shailendra Kulmi, Ramesh Das, Sandeep Kulshreshtha, Rajesh Mali, Gopalji, Vishal Hada and others attended the

  • Ujjain: Father of six kids burns self in bathroom, dies

    Ujjain: A 50-year-old man, Mohanlal Katiyar of Balodalkha village burnt himself to death on Friday midnight. After his wife and six children slept, he crawled in the bathroom and put kerosene on his body and burnt himself. The family members woke up as they heard his cries from inside. With the help of neighbours, they recovered his burnt body. TI of Bhatpachlana, Amit Kumar reached the place of incident and rushed Mohanlal

  • Ujjain: Youth meet held by Nehru Youth Centre

    A district-level youth meet was conducted by Nehru Youth Centre on March 22 at Gangotri Parisar hotel. It was attended by over 250 youngsters from Ujjain district. Sports kits were distributed to the participating youngsters by the government. DS Parmar from broadcasting and information ministry informed students about different schemes run by the government for the youth. Convener of the centre Dara Singh Choudhari threw light on the activities run by the

  • Ujjain: Hike in bhasmarti fee opposed

    Ujjain: Shri Mahakaleshwar Temple Management Committee raised fee for bhasmarti which is being opposed by many devotees and common people.

  • Ujjain: Journo Kusum Tiwari bereaved

    Ujjain: Kusum Tiwari (80) passed away on Friday afternoon, whose funeral procession was taken out  in the evening from her residence at 36, Bhoj Marg, (opposite Karachi Hotel) Freeganj. She was mother of editor of Dainik Nirnayak, Anil Tiwari and Manmohan Tiwari and grandmother of BJYM functionary Akash Tiwari and scribe Aditya Tiwari. At the Chakrateerth Ghat on the banks of river Kshipra, deceased’s youngest son Pradeep lit the pyre. A condolence

  • Vatican approves beatification of Keralite Nun

    The Vatican has cleared the name of Keralite Nun Rani Maria, who died of 54 stab wounds 22 years ago in Indore, in Madhya Pradesh, for beatification. Catholic Church sources in Kerala said, Pope Francis has given his approval for the beatification and authorised the Congregation for the Causes of Saints to promulgate the decree of the martyrdom of Servant of God, Rani Maria, who was killed in hatred of the faith

  • Towards economic and spiritual progress, together

    In appointing Yogi Adityanath as Chief Minister of UP, Prime Minister Modi has given a message that Hindu philosophy will guide his government. A tenet of Hinduism is that one must undertake worldly actions in a manner that they are in tune with one’s inner self. Krishna asked Arjuna to wage war because his inner desires were of social acclaim. Krishna did not ask Arjuna to establish a multinational business empire or to learn

  • Ujjain: Youth falls to death in well with tractor trolley

    Ujjain: A youth plunged into a 15-feet-deep well with the tractor he was driving along with its trolley on Thursday night. Dheeraj Anjana (22), of Dhulmahu village plunged into a well without boundary wall at 9 pm due to darkness and died on the spot due to severe injuries. On being informed, Bhairavgarh police reached the spot. The body of the deceased and the tractor was taken out with the help of

  • Hindutva may dent South Asian politics

    ONE only hopes Sheikh Hasina doesn’t take fright at what Yogi Adityanath’s assumption of the UP chief ministership may signify about the course of India’s future policies.

  • Ujjain: Abhisheki Sangeet Samaroh starts today, Borliya to be honoured

    Ujjain: Purvangini Sangeet Academy is conducting a 2-day music programme ‘Pt Jeetendra Abhisheki Sangeet Samaroh’ at Tilak Smriti temple, Kshirsagar on March 25 and 26. Renowned artists from across India will render vocal and instrumental music performances. The event will be inaugurated by vocal music performances by Praveen Ganvkar and Saniya Patankar and violin recital by Chaitali Shevlikar on March 25 at 7 pm.

  • Didi slams Centre’s politics of vendetta

    Kolkata : West Bengal Trinamool Congress supremo and state chief minister Mamata Banerjee cautioned the Union government that she will not stop her agitation against the Centre even after it intimidates her party workers.

  • Shiv Sena MP must be brought to book

    The assault by a Shiv Sena member of Parliament, Ravindra Gaikwad, of an Air India staffer Sukumar and his refusal to apologise for hitting him repeatedly with his slippers was an unpardonable act for which the MP must be punished severely. That not only Air India but four other airlines that form part of the Federation of Indian Airlines – IndiGo, Jet Airways, SpiceJet and GoAir – have decided to ban the unruly MP