Free Press Journal
  • Seminar throws light on spirituality and business

    Mumbai : H.H. Radhanath Swami, renowned spiritual leader and author of international best-seller “Journey Home” explained  the concept of ‘Visionary Leadership with Vedic Principles’ at a seminar titled “Artha” for corporates on December 8 and 9.

  • Rahul Gandhi to lead 2014 poll campaign: Congress

    New Delhi, Dec 10 (IANS) Congress’s de facto number two Rahul Gandhi will lead the party’s campaign in the 2014 general elections while his mother and party chief Sonia Gandhi will be the supreme leader, the party announced Monday.

  • Inauguration of library at the Jogalekarwadi MCGM School

    Mir Ranjan Negi- Former Goalkeeper of the India national field hockey team and coach for Indian Women Hockey Team and Dr. Shweta A. Avarsekar- Chairperson Unity CSR Foundation, inaugurated third library at the Jogalekarwadi MCGM School at Sion as part of Project- Dnyandeep of Unity CSR Foundation, CSR wing of Unity Infraprojects. Project- Dnyandeep is about establishing and maintaining libraries in MCGM ( Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai) schools and providing trained


    National selectors make piecemeal changes by dropping Zaheer, Yuvraj and Harbhajan for fourth test and omit Virender Sehwag out of the T20 tea.

  • Black paper debunks govt claims on irrigation

    Oppn through its black paper has clearly nailed Dy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar for his brazen corruption with various examples and also rejected the figures of increase in irrigation potential.

  • How Navi Mumbai came to be

    Many believe that creation of Vashi township is a historic blunder!

  • Crack in Oppn to the fore

    Mumbai/Staff Reporter : The dream of Shiv Sena-MNS merger after the death of Sena supremo Balasaheb Thackeray has been shattered by none other than Raj Thackeray as his party has refused to support Shiv Sena’s no-confidence motion against the State government.

  • Fight over gully cricket leads to youth’s death

    Mumbai : The quarrel over gully cricket in Bharatnagar slum in Bandra East led to a 23-year-old youth being hacked to death by his neighbours on Saturday night.

  • Cong against renaming of Shivaji Park

    Mumbai : Maharashtra Congress on Sunday dismissed as “an attempt to distort the history” the Shiv Sena’s demand of renaming Shivaji Park, where Bal Thackeray was cremated, as ‘Shiv Tirth’.

  • Bayside Banter

    A kaleidoscope of men, matters &  moments that make the madness & magic of Mumbai

  • Senior citizen raped in her Powai high-rise flat

    Mumbai : A 62-year-old widow from Powai was allegedly raped on Saturday by an acquaintance. The 42-year-old accused, Ashok Kumar, was arrested from Borivali, near his house, within a few hours.

  • Passage to India has cost Wal-Mart Rs 125 cr

    Washington/New Delhi : Global retail giant Wal-Mart — waiting for years to open its supermarkets in India — has been lobbying with the US lawmakers since 2008 to facilitate its entry into the highly lucrative Indian market.

  • Kejriwal drops Swiss numbers at Lit. Festival

    Mumbai : The Mumbai literary festival on Sunday became an unusual platform for anti-corruption crusader Arvind Kerjiwal, who took his high-decibel campaign against top industrialists, who he alleges have secret Swiss accounts, a notch higher.

  • Second dengue death in family in four days

    Mumbai : Four-year-old Tasneem, who was admitted in the ICU unit of Nair Hospital on Friday, succumbed to dengue on Sunday at around six am.

  • Indian cricket: Where Does it Turn Now?

    The last word on Indian test cricket has been said. The Venerable Old Lady of Boribunder announced on its page one a Brave New Indian Cricket Team.

  • Together, we learn

    Experiences and research reveal that collaborative learning leads to better understanding. Priti Botadkar finds out more.

  • No help required?

    Can a student do well at a professional or entrance exam without coaching classes? Knowledge finds out.

  • The new wave

    The government has agreed to the scheme of setting up of new IITs in the public-private partnership scheme. Binita Mehta finds out what this means for the students, and the brand.