Free Press Journal
  • Somaiya sends notice to Rlys

    Mumbai :  A legal notice has been sent to General Manager of Central Railway, Sunil Kumar Sood, by former BJP MP Kirit Somaiya two days after the derailment at Titwala claimed the life of 19-year old Dhaval Lodhya and injured 14 others.

  • JMM MLA quits Jharkhand assembly

    Ranchi: Another Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) legislator contesting the Lok Sabha polls has resigned from the assembly, said an official on Saturday. The official told IANS that Vidyut Baran Mahto is fighting for the Jamshedpur seat on a BJP ticket.

  • Rail fracture might have caused accident, suspect CR motormen

    Mumbai :  The motormen of the Central Railway are of the view that a rail fracture might have caused the derailment of the 12-car CST-bound local between Titwala and the Ambivali on Thursday. The motormen were also critical of the Railways for the shoddy maintenance with regard to tracks, as they feel it is the result of outsourcing of such works.

  • Sharad Pawar

    Modi is a threat to national integrity, feels NCP chief

    Aurangabad :  Coming down heavily on BJP prime ministerial candidate, Narendra Modi, Union Agriculture Minister and NCP supremo, Sharad Pawar, described him as a threat to national integrity and said he is not capable of leading the country.

  • nitin gadkari

    Gadkari owns flat worth Rs 3.87 cr in City, other innumerable assets

    Nagpur :  Former BJP chief Nitin Gadkari, who will be contesting his debut Lok Sabha election from Nagpur, on declared his assets including a 1,050 sq ft flat worth Rs 3.87 crore in Mumbai and jewellery worth over Rs 86 lakh. The market value of his flat in a housing society at suburban Worli was Rs 52,05,000 when purchased in 2004.

  • Nagesh plans limited release for Lakshmi

    Nagesh Kukunoor is all set for his film ‘Lakshmi’, based on human trafficking, to hit the theatres despite being a limited release film.

  • She sings in full throated ease

    I couldn’t imagine old age and infirmity could do this to her. Compare her in the big arm chair reading a book, five years back; a young dark, handsome woman with a load of black long hair, in a relative’s house twenty five years back. Lively, vivacious, interested in life and people, her wonderful sense of humour in tact.

  • Talk of The Town

    Rare Documentaries

  • BJD denies ticket to 8 MLAs, 2 MPs

    Bhubaneswar: The ruling BJD in Odisha on Saturday denied ticket to eight sitting MLAs including former Finance Minister Prafulla Chandra Ghadai and two sitting MPs while announcing its candidates for 19 assembly and four Lok Sabha constituencies.

  • Electoral office vandalised in Arunachal

    Itanagar: Police fired seven rounds in air after the district electoral office at Koloriang, the headquarters of remote Kurung Kumey district, was vandalised by a mob.

  • Pulkit: Smitten by Salman!

    Pulkit Samrat, after being a part of films like ‘Bitoo Boss’ and ‘Fukrey’, would be seen in Atul Agnihotri’s ‘O Teri’. The film is presented by Salman Khan and Pulkit and Salman do share a very close bond.

  • Former Goa CM quits Congress

    Panaji: Former Goa Chief Minister Churchill Alemao on Saturday resigned from the Congress to contest as an independent candidate from the South Goa Lok Sabha seat, protesting denial of party ticket to his daughter Valanka, reports PTI.

  • Stealing money, fraud enough to prove wife’s cruelty to man: HC

    Mumbai :  The habit of stealing money from house and getting arrested in a debit card fraud case are sufficient to show that wife had inflicted mental cruelty upon husband in a divorce case, the Bombay High Court has ruled.

  • Do read

    The New York  Times

  • Financial Engineering For Low-Income Households

    This book connects the fundamental concepts in finance and financial engineering with the relatively new field of financial services
    delivery to low-income households.

  • Chief Secy rues poor quality of education

    Mumbai :  Expressing concern over the poor quality of education imparted in schools across Maharashtra, chief secretary J S Saharia advocated a close partnership between the government and private sector to arrest its declining standard.

  • Pregnant girls with ‘babies for sale’ in Nigeria!

    Lagos :  Nigerian police said on Saturday they had raided a home near Lagos where eight pregnant girls were staying with plans to sell each of their newborns for nearly two thousand dollars, reports AFP.  “Following intelligence report, we discovered and stormed on Friday a baby factory in Akute district of Ogun state,” a police spokesman, Abimbola Oyeyemi, told AFP.