Free Press Journal
  • Double dose of humour on International Fools Day

    Ujjain : Rsidents here and others will get a double dose of humorous extravaganza on the occasion of International Fools Day. The 48th edition of Akil Bhartiya Tepa Sammelan will be held like previous year at Kalidas Academy at 8 pm.

  • Govt de-notifies a record 12k hectares within 3 yrs

    De-notification of industrial land in state is highest during Subhash Desai’s tenure; 4 Cong ministers had de-notified 20,716 hectares land in 12 years.

  • Russia complains over airplane search in UK

    London : The Russian Embassy in London on Saturday accused the UK of “improperly” searching a Russian airplane that had landed at the British capital and said it constituted a “provocation and a violation of international rules”.

  • Sunday Guest: A designer, singer & social worker who lives every day anew

    Indore : In an era of start-ups where most people want to monetise their passion, interests and creativity, 65-year-old retired telecom marketing executive D P Shrivastava creates the best out everything and gifts them to people to make them smile.

  • BCCI to monitor workload of players during IPL  

    New Delhi : The BCCI is all set to monitor workload of top 50 Indian cricketers, starting with the seven-week IPL, and will create a database for their workload and injury management to keep them fresh for big international assignments.

  • Russia orders expulsion of 50 more UK diplomats

    Moscow : Russia has ordered 50 more British diplomats to leave the country, escalating a diplomatic crisis after a former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned with a military grade nerve agent on British soil.

  • Alex Hales to replace Warner in Sunrisers 

    Hyderabad : Dashing England batsman Alex Hales will replace banned Australian opener David Warner in the Sunrisers Hyderabad squad for the 11th edition of the IPL. Hales was bought for his base price of Rs one crore as a replacement for Warner, who was barred from taking part in IPL-2018 by the BCCI after Cricket Australia handed him a one-year ban for his role in the ball-tampering scandal.

  • Bank’s normal practice at end of FY creates chaos

    Mumbai : With every passing day, the banking sector is losing its sheen around its customers. So tiny incidents seem to leave the customers puzzled. When an ICICI customer got a call from her branch asking to deposit some amount in her account, she was confused and related that incident quickly to all the scam and fraud in the banking sector.

  • Painting exhibition to be held today

    Ujjain : Reflection Group will organise a 3 day painting exhibition at Kalidas Academy today. Spokesperson of the organising committee informed that four budding artists Mahak Duggad, Harsha Chetwani, Kapil Saxena and Adiya Yadav participated in the exhibition.

  • Sr SC lawyers echo judge’s concern Government interference in judiciary

    New Delhi : Senior Supreme Court lawyers have echoed Justice J. Chelameswar’s concern over the government’s interference in the appointment of judges, saying there is “too much” interference of the executive in the appointment of “judges with independent minds”.

  • Ibrahimovic ready to conquer MLS

    Los Angeles : Major League Soccer (MLS) in the United States has another European star in the autumn of his career, Sweden’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who arrived here like a Hollywood star to introduce himself as new player for the Los Angeles Galaxy team.

  • Waiting for Iraq’s nod to bring back mortal remains: VK Singh

    New Delhi : Minister of State (MoS) for External Affairs General (Retd) V.K. Singh said that the legal procedures of obtaining the mortal remains of the 39 Indians killed in Iraq has been completed and New Delhi was waiting for Baghdad to give the green signal.

  • ‘Who’s to blame for women feeling unsafe?’

    Mumbai : Mohan Bhagwat, chief of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) questioned the country’s deteriorating social and cultural fabric, asking who was to be blamed for women not being able to walk on the streets alone and there was need to hold protests against corruption.

  • 17 Palestinians killed in clashes with Israeli troops

    Gaza : At least 17 Palestinians have been killed and more than 1,400 injured in clashes with Israeli soldiers during protests at the Gaza border, Palestinian representative to the UN Riyad Mansour said.

  • Kerala, Bengal set up thrilling finale

    Kolkata : Reigning champions Bengal will have to contend with five-time winners Kerala in their quest for yet another national football title as the two heavyweights clash in the final of the Santosh Trophy at the Saltlake Stadium, here on Sunday.

  • Mumbai man reported missing in China traced, set to return

    Mumbai : A Mumbai man, who had gone missing in central China during a business visit, has been traced and is expected to return to the city on Sunday, his family members said on Saturday.