Free Press Journal
  • Ujjain: Congress organises janvedana sammelan

    Ujjain: Congress committee members from Mhow tehsil on Wednesday organised Janvedana Sammelan to raise plight of locals. Senior leaders including Dr BR Ambedkar’s grandson Prakash Ambedkar, Congress general secretary Mohan Prakash, Leader of Opposition Ajay Singh, State Congress president Arun Yadav participated in the programme and addressed villagers and Congress workers. All leaders sported black arms as mark of protest. They first paid floral tribute to Dr BR Ambedkar at

  • Justice Karnan’s act made judicial system laughing stock, says SC

    New Delhi: Retired high Court judge C S Karnan was liable to be punished for contempt of court for his “unsavoury actions and behaviour” as his utterances had turned the judicial system into a “laughing stock”, the Supreme Court has said.

  • If sarpanch is directly elected, why not chief minister, asks Uddhav Thackeray

    Mumbai: Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray on Wednesday suggested the government a rethink on the sarpanchs’ direct election from amongst the voters. Criticising the move, Thackeray said the post of  chief minister should also be appointed in a similar way the sarpanchs would be elected from now on.

  • Eknath Khadse is on his way back to Maharashtra Cabinet

    Mumbai: Former state revenue minister Eknath Khadse, who resigned last year after corruption charges were levelled against him in a Pune land deal, is likely to be inducted into the Cabinet.

  • Ujjain: Ayurveda treatment camp inaugurated at Mahdhav Seva Nyas

    Ujjain: Pt Deendayal Upadhyay birth centenary committee and Madhav Seva Nyas organised an ayurveda treatment camp on Wednesday. On this occasion Madhav Seva Nyas president Girish Bhalerao, treasurer Vijay Kewaliya and convenor Kishore Khandelwal lit the traditional lamps.

  • Modi visits Israel: India, Israel ink 7 agreements

    Jerusalem: India and Israel today signed seven agreements to increase cooperation in key sectors like space, agriculture and water conservation after Prime Minister Narendra Modi held in-depth talks with his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu. A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed for setting up of USD 40 million worth India-Israel Industrial Research and Development (R&D) and Technical Innovation Fund.

  • India ‘misleading the public’ on Sikkim standoff, alleges China

    Beijing: China today accused India of “misleading the public” by saying that Chinese troops are building a road close to the Chicken’s Neck in the Sikkim sector which could endanger India’s access to the north- eastern states.

  • Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj

    Going Beyond Mind

    It is now becoming something of a cliché in various circles of modern life – from religion to psychology to holistic medicine, to use the phrase “body-mind-soul” or “body-mind-spirit” when referring to our totality as a human being. So what do we exactly mean when we say what is the body?, what is the mind? , what is soul? From spiritual perspective, it should be understood that when the soul is in

  • India eye revenge, series win

    Kingston : Under fire Indian batsmen would look to make amends for their startling collapse in the previous match and complete the series win when they take on West Indies in the fifth and final One-dayer.

  • ‘Think big and strategic’ – High Commissioner for Canada to India Nadir Patel

    Leaders and business delegates from India and Canada, have been constantly engaging with each other to strengthen their bilateral relationships. But at trade level, there are some unresolved issues that both governments have to agree on and these are among the top priorities for Canada. High Commissioner for Canada to India Nadir Patel, who was in Mumbai for the celebration of Canada Day, talks to Free Press Journal’s Jescilia Karayamparambil about Canada’s

  • I back myself to finish games for India: Pandya

    Kingston : Promising “fearless” cricket in the series-deciding fifth ODI against the West Indies, Hardik Pandya says he backs himself to be a finisher for India after failing to do the job in the previous game.

  • Gujarat farmers protest over loan waiver, spill milk on road

    Gandhinagar : Farmers in Gujarat seem set to intensify their agitation seeking loan waivers on the lines of neighbouring Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and distant Uttar Pradesh. As part of the first phase of their stir, they poured milk on the roads in various parts of the state rather than supply them to dairies.

  • Centre’s push to Guru Golwalkar

    New Delhi : After projecting late Jana Sangh leaders Syama Prasad Mookerjee and Deendayal Upadhyaya as the national icons by naming a score of schemes in their names, the Centre is now all set to portray second RSS chief M S Golwalkar, the “ideological mentor” of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, as a great philosopher and a champion of the “robust nationalism.”

  • Lalu Yadav urges non-BJP parties to unite for 2019

    Patna : RJD leader Lalu Prasad on Wednesday appealed to all non-BJP and like-minded parties to come together to defeat the BJP in the general election of 2019 but avoided any reference to Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.

  • MP: Farmers’ outfit to take out rally to Delhi from Mandsaur

    The inter-state road campaign, being organised by the Madhya Pradesh Kisan Sabha, will start from Mandsaur and cover various places in Maharashtra and Gujarat, before reaching New Delhi later this month. On July 18, the rally will reach Delhi where farmers will hold a protest in front of Parliament. It will continue the march and culminate at Champaran in Bihar on October 2, the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.

  • Ramnath Kovind is not Dalit, claims RJD chief

    Patna : RJD president Lalu Prasad on Wednesday claimed that the BJP nominated candidate for office of the President and former Governor of Bihar, Ramnath Kovind, was not a Dalit, but a member of the backward caste.

  • Pakistan-origin terrorist’s sister sacked from Heathrow airport job

    London : The sister of Pakistani-origin terrorist Khuram Butt, who along with two other accomplices was killed during the terror attack on London Bridge last month, has been sacked from her job as a security officer at Heathrow airport.