Free Press Journal
  • Speeding dumper sends BEST bus crashing!

    Mumbai : In an unusual sight never before seen on the mean streets of Mumbai, a BEST bus plying between Borivali to Andheri overturned on the Western Express highway, near Santa Cruz airport on Saturday.

  • We’ll pay back in the same coin, fumes Modi

    Ahmedabad : Using the thirty-third foundation day of the BJP to mount a formidable show of strength in his bastion of Gujarat here on Saturday, the party’s prime ministerial probable Narendra Modi took on Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi and the UPA government warning of a payback in kind.”

  • ADVANI STILL IN PM’S RACE?

    New Delhi : The 85-year old Lal Krishna Advani has still not given up his ambition to be the prime minister as he kept quiet over Delhi BJP chief Vijay Goel on Saturday declaring that the next government at the Centre will be formed under his leadership. Nor did BJP president Rajnath Singh chairing a function to celebrate the BJP’s 33rd foundation day react.

  • Early poll report a false alarm, asserts Chidu

    New Delhi : A report in a reputed national daily that the Congress is actively considering early Lok Sabha elections this year-end along with the Assembly elections in Delhi, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh created a sensation in the political circles but it turned out to be a false alarm.

  • Distraught children in endless wait for kin

    Thane : Karan Bhure’s wounded eyes lit up with joy when he saw his mother but the reunion proved shortlived. The two-and-a-half-year-old boy was brought to Thane District Civil Hospital at 3 am on Friday. A couple of hours later, his mother too was wheeled in.

  • Builder Jameel Qureshi sold goats 5 yrs ago

    Mumbra : Jameel Qureshi, the developer of the illegal seven-storey building that crashed on Thursday, sold goats till five years ago. In fact, Qureshi’s family kept the goats in the same place where he later constructed three buildings, including the one that crashed, said local activist Akhtar Ansari.

  • BUILDER DUO SMOKED OUT

    Thane : Two builders of the 7-storey illegal structure that caved in here claiming 72 lives, were arrested on Saturday even as rescue operations were called off after 62 people were pulled out of the debris. “Builders Jamil Qureshi and Salim Shaikh were arrested from their hideouts today,” Thane Police Commissioner K P Raghuvanshi said, adding they were being questioned.

  • Vijender dropped from Cyprus, Cuba boxing ties

    New Delhi : Olympic bronze medallist boxer Vijender Singh, who has been accused of consuming drugs, was on Saturday dropped from the India squad which is to tour Cyprus and Cuba.

  • Bhoomi- poojan of development work worth Rs 4 crore held

    Ujjain: BJP celebrated its 33rd Foundation Day with full zeal and enthusiasm in 54 wards of the city on Saturday. Bhoomi- Poojan of the development works worth over Rs 4 crore was performed in 41 wards with celebrations of ‘ Vikas Parv’. Party workers unfurled party’s flag at their residence and shared greetings on this occasion. BJP workers seemed excited on the occasion of Foundation Day as

  • Police still clueless in Bhargava death case

    Ujjain: The City police have not succeeded in finding out any firm clue that can unfold the mystery of mining inspector Sanjay Bhargava death case. Police seem to be dumb over the issue and look not in mood to comment over the case. Police tightened the checking at different spots to find out a clue to crack the mystery of the case.

  • Physically challenged persons take out procession

    Ujjain: The physically challenged people took out a procession under the aegis of Sashakt Samarth Viklang Sewa Shiksha Evam Prashikshan Samiti from Gopal Mandir to Mahakaleshwar Temple on Saturday.

  • 15 peacocks electrocuted due to improper conservation

    Ujjain: The National Bird peacock seems to be in great danger with the steep fall in their population. More than a dozen peacocks were electrocuted in last couple of days in urban and rural areas of the district. This is a matter of concern and administration seems to be in lackadaisical state in regard to this issue.

  • Vaishya- Rath to be taken out today

    Ujjain: Vaishya Rath will be taken out under the aegis of Akhil Bharatiya Vaishya Mahasammelan at 3 pm in city on Sunday.

  • Sehwag, Bhajji axed from CT probables list

    New Delhi: Senior cricketers Virender Sehwag and Harbhajan Singh were omitted while Jammu and Kashmir all-rounder Parveez Rasool was on Saturday named in India’s 30-member probables list for the ICC Champions Trophy to be held in England in June this year.

  • I was nervous at start of my innings: Dravid

    New Delhi: It’s not easy to be out of match practice for 10 months especially when one is on the wrong side of 40 and by his own admission former India captain Rahul Dravid was a ‘bit nervous’ at the start of his innings during Rajasthan Royals’ Pepsi IPL match against Delhi Daredevils here on Saturday.

  • Warner’s run-out was turning point: Mahela

    New Delhi: Delhi Daredevils skipper Mahela Jayawardene conceded that David Warner’s run-out was the turning point of their five-run loss against Rajasthan Royals in their second Pepsi IPL match here on Saturday.

  • ‘Freemale’ In The City

    SUREKHA KADAPA-BOSE says the tribe of     “single girl” in Mumbai is increasing.