Free Press Journal
  • Gap trap claiming lives everyday at rly stations

    Mumbai : People are dying each day as the railway authorities are struggling to increase the height of the platforms. Six people died on Monday in separate accidents across the suburban railways.

  • RTI activist’s killer still at large, gets HC relief

    Bhiwandi : Hasim Khan, the absconding Samajwadi Party corporator who is accused of killing RTI activist Abrar Ansari has not surrendered even after the deadline given to him by the Bombay High Court expired on Monday night at 12 am. Khan is the fourth accused in the murder that took place in December. He has sought extension of the deadline to surrender, citing ill-health of his wife. The high


    Tiruchirappalli (TN) : The 10th state-level conference of DMK here clearly endorsed the emergence of M Karunanidhi’s younger son M K Stalin as heir apparent, with the party chief joining top rung party leaders and those of its alliance in eulogising him for his ‘hard work’.

  • Will look into lifting of gold import curbs: Chidambaram

    New Delhi: Finance Minister P Chidambaram on Tuesday said that he will look into removing restrictions on import of gold in the wake of government reining in the current account deficit in the current fiscal at $45 billion, “I can only look into it,” he told PTI in an interview.

  • Senior citizen killed in a BEST accident

    Mumbai: A 65-year-old man died after he and his wife were knocked down by a BEST bus on Monday morning (9.30 am); his wife, Kantai Kunder (60), is still battling for her life at a hospital in Navi Mumbai. The couple was walking when the bus, while coming out of the Vashi bus terminus, ploughed into them.  Naresh Kunder (65), who had multiple fractures, succumbed to his injuries at the hospital. Residents

  • Next govt should be of, for common people: Mamata

    Kolkata : The next central government should be one that provides stability and works for the common people, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said here Tuesday.

  • Low testosterone blocks sex drive in new dads

    New York : Has your husband lost interest in you or lacks sex drive after you delivered a baby? Worry not as this has nothing to do with you gaining that extra weight owing to pregnancy. The answer lies somewhere deep, says IANS.

  • IMG to decide fate of coal blocks next week

    New Delhi : The Inter-Ministerial Group will meet next week to decide the fate of another 10 coal blocks allocated to companies including JSW Steel, JSPL, Tata Steel, Hindalco and Essar Power which are yet to obtain forest clearance.

  • Foray into politics not easy at all, says Medha

    Bhopal : Social activist and Aam Aadmi Party candidate for upcoming Lok Sabha elections from Mumbai north-east seat, Medha Patkar on Tuesday stated that her decision to enter the electoral fray was very tough.

  • Why Gauri Khan is beaming brightly!

    Gauri Khan is all set to launch her new interior design store ‘The Design Cell’ in Mumbai and the very proud husband, Shah Rukh Khan is supporting her completely on his able and beafy shoulders. Khan took on to twitter to make some noise about Gauri’s new store and to congratulate her by posting, “Chaotically beautiful. Exquisite. The Design

  • City roundup

    HC orders Lata to reply to charge that she violated rules

  • Pak demands ceasefire from Taliban to restart talks

    Islamabad : Pakistan government mediators on Tuesday demanded a ceasefire from the Taliban before they resume peace talks as another two soldiers were killed in separate attacks.

  • Apple iPad Pro, Office for iPad still happening, say analysts

    Washington : Speculations about Apple’s latest iPads have been doing the rounds for a long time, with the latest pointing to a high possibility of the flagship tablets coming with Microsoft Office app, reports ANI.

  • Miss Busy Bee: Sonakshi Sinha

    Ever since Salman Khan decided she should become an actress, Sonakshi Sinha has been working round the clock. Her cup has always been filled to the brim and yet, she for one has not been complaining about too much work.

  • Spectrum auction will boost consolidation in telecom ind: Fitch

    New Delhi : The recent spectrum auction will help in consolidation in the telecom industry and the number of players in the country could come down to six-seven with smaller operators likely to be acquired by the larger ones, Fitch Ratings said on Tuesday.

  • Modi running ‘I, Me, Mine’ campaign: Chidambaram

    New Delhi: “I, Me, Mine” is the running theme of Narendra Modi’s election campaign in which he was pushing an agenda based on ‘majoritarianism’, Finance Minister P Chidambaram stated on Tuesday. “The unstated premise of his approach is majoritarianism. And more than that is also I, Me and Mine,” the senior Congress leader told PTI in an interview

  • 4 killed, 64 hurt during police raids

    An Injured Thai Police Offer Being Taken To HospitalBangkok : Four persons, including a policeman, were shot dead and 64 others injured  as Thai police raided an opposition rally site to reclaim areas taken over by protesters seeking to overthrow Premier Yingluck Shinawatra.