Sunrise: 05: 42 Sunset: 07: 12 HUMIDITY Morning : 72 Evening : 37 WEATHER 0 0 r Regd. No. Indore MP/ICD 216/2018-2020 RNI No. 38281/83 t INDORE t BHOPAL t UJJAIN t MUMBAI t PUNE GLAM Varun gets chatty 37.2 C.25.9 C. THOUGHT FOR THE DAY When the Kundalini crosses Agnya chakra, you become thoughtlessly aware.” Her Holiness Mataji Nirmala Devi Kim ready for denuclearisation VOL. XXXVI NO. 5 | INDORE INDORE | WEDNESDAY | JUNE 13, 2018 | PAGES 28 | ` 3 www.freepressjournal.in BUT, WANTS complete security guarantees from Trump AGENCIES Singapore North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Tuesday pledged to work toward the "complete denuclearisation" in return for security guarantees from the US as Donald Trump wrapped up his historic summit with outcomes that could ease tensions and reshape the geopolitics of the Asia-Pacific region. "Yesterday's conflict does not have to be tomor- ‘War games to end, but sanctions will remain’ end its joint military The US willwith South Korea,remain in exercises but sanctions on Pyongyang will place, President Donald Trump announced on Tuesday. The US leader said he believed his North Korean counterpart would live up to the agreement. But “in the meantime the sanctions will remain in effect.” row's war," Trump said following more than four hours of intense talks with Kim, which he described Rahul to face trial in RSS defamation case THANE News Brief Industrial production output up 5% NEW DELHI: India's industrial output rose by 4.9 per cent in April 2018 from a rise of 4.57 per cent in March, official data showed on Tuesday. Retail inflation inches up to 5% NEW DELHI: The combined push of food and fuel prices continued to drive up retail inflation in India in May towards the 5 per cent mark, official data showed on Tuesday. Congress President Rahul Gandhi will face trial in a defamation case filed against him by an RSS worker, with a court here in Maharashtra on Tuesday framing charges against him even as he pleaded not guilty The 47. year-old Congress leader appeared before civil judge A I Sheikh in Bhiwandi, who read out the charges levelled against him and also the statement of the complainant Rajesh Kunte. Kunte had filed the case in 2014 after watching Gandhi's speech at an election rally in which he had claimed that the RSS was behind the killing of Mahatma Gandhi. After reading out the complaint against Gandhi, the judge asked him, “Do you accept the charges?” To this, Gandhi replied, “I plead not guilty The court then proceeded to .” frame charges against the Congress leader under IPC sections 499 (defamation) and 500 (punishment for defamation). as "honest, direct and productive." Trump said Kim "reaffirmed" his commitment to denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula and also agreed to destroy a missile engine test site. "We are ready to write a new chapter between our nations," Trump told reporters after the much talked about summit - the first between a sitting US president and North Korea's top leader. He also announced that he would halt US military exercises in South Korea, something widely seen as a concession as Pyongyang has long claimed they are invasion rehearsals. The president, however, said the sanctions on North Korea for its nuclear tests will remain for now. Bhaiyyu Maharaj shoots self to death AGENCIES New Delhi FED UP, spiritual leader wrote in suicide note OUR STAFF REPORTER Indore Spiritual guru Bhaiyyu Maharaj shot himself dead with licensed revolver while sitting on a bean bag in his daughter's room at his Silver Springs residence in Indore on Tuesday. He left behind a suicide note citing his inability to fight 'stress' anymore and wrote that he was 'fed up'. The weapon used by him was recovered from the crime scene. The incident came to light when his wife Dr Ayushi returned home around 1:45 pm. After repeated knocks failed to evoke any response, she requisitioned 'sewadars' to break the door and found 50-year-old Bhaiyyu Maharaj lying in a pool of blood on a Followers gather outside Bombay Hospital to get latest information about spiritual guru Bhaiyyu Maharaj who shot himself in his house on Tuesday bean bag in his daughter's room. He was immediately rushed to Bombay Hospital, where doctors pronounced him brought dead. The weapon used in the crime too was recovered from the scene. Deputy inspector general of police Harinarayanachari Mishra said, "Bhaiyyu Maharaj shot himself in the right temple around 12:30 pm. His work towards land reforms, water conservation, farmers (welfare) and education of children will always be remembered. Tributes to him! n ‘Parents feel maths toughest for kids, not taught well in schools’ DEVENDRA FADNAVIS CM MAHARASHTRA His wife returned home around 1:45pm and later rushed him to hospital with sewadars help." The DIG further said, "We have found a suicide note where in Bhaiyyu Maharaj has referred to being depressed and stressed." A panel of three doctors conducted post-mortem at Maharaja Yashwantrao Hospital. Tribute to saint Bhaiyyuji Maharaj. Country has lost a person who was a confluence of culture, knowledge & service. Your thoughts will motivate society to follow the path of serving humanity. n SHIVRAJ SINGH CHOUHAN, CM At least 89% parents feel that Maths is the toughest subject for their kids and 77% of them are of the opinion that the subject is not taught well in schools, thus making tuition classes mandatory, a new survey has revealed. The survey was conducted by Cuemath, a beyond-school, multiformat math learning program that brings together technology and personal teaching. On the basis of interviews of 1,000 parents from across the country, the survey stated that a child's performance in Mathematics was of utmost importance to 81% of parents followed by their performance in Science. According to the survey, 82% parents believe some children have a "natural flair" for Mathematics while it is difficult for others. It said 61% of the parents surveyed maintained that they measure their child's performance and understanding of Mathematics purely on the basis of their score in school. 63% of the parents believe their child gets tensed before a Mathematics test, the survey added.