Free Press Journal
  • WTO says US acted inconsistently on subsidies pact for Indian steel

    NEW DELHI :  Slamming the US for imposing countervailing duty on Indian steel products, a panel of the World Trade Organization has asked the US to bring its duties in conformity with the Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures.

  • Sanchiti Sakat visits Ravindra Natya Mandir

    Sanchiti Sakat who is just 13 year old was aesthetic to see her first song on screen. She has sung a song for music director Swarup Bhalwankar for Marathi film Gahan directed by Mandar Gaidhani with actress Vijaya Palav as the lead.

  • Selection badminton tourney on July 22

    Mumbai :  All the top ranked Maharashtra players from all over the state are likely to be seen in action in the 1st Maharashtra State Badminton Selection tournament to be held at Chembur Gymkhana at their premises from July 22.

  • IL&FS wins Rs. 213 cr EPC order

    MUMBAI: IL&FS Engineering and Construction Company Limited (IL&FS Engineering Services) has bagged an EPC contract from Indian Strategic Petroleum Reserves Limited (ISPRL), Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, for laying of Pipeline from Land Fall Point (LFP), Mangalore Port to Mangalore/Padur Cavern via Intermediate Valve Station (IVS) for storage of crude oil project. The total length of the Project is 50 KM. The total value is Rs. 213 crores.


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  • BoM allots Rs 988 cr worth shares on preferential basis to Govt and LIC

    Bank of Maharashtra held its Board Meeting for approving allotment of 13,33,63,574 equity shares on preferential basis to Govt. of India and 9,07,23,520 shares to LIC of India and its Schemes at a price of Rs.44.09 per Share. The Bank will get an equity capital of Rs.588 Crores from Government of India and Rs.400 Crores from LIC of India in this current quarter in Tier-I capital. S.Muhnot, Chairman & Managing Director chaired

  • BJP leader held for organising illegal rally

    Bhayandar : Exactly three months after a case was registered against BJP leader-K.B.Uttam Kumar for organising Narendra Modi’s 3D rally without adequate permissions in Vasai, the Manekpur police arrested him on Tuesday. However, Kumar was granted bail later in the day by the District Sessions Court, Vasai.

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    Learning martial arts a necessity for women, believes Asha Bhosle

    It seems like legendary singer Asha Bhosle is all for women empowerment! The 81-year-old believes that learning a martial art has become essential for the safety of women in today’s times. “In today’s world, moving out of the house alone is not very safe for women, hence, learning a martial art is a necessity,” Asha said at an event on Monday in Mumbai.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:-You know what people at work expect from you. Set a path for new adventures you will be busy finishing pending tasks today. Hel p yourself redefine your values and set your priorities.

  • Kejriwal’s audio accusing BJP of horse-trading out

    New Delhi : The AAP on Tuesday released a recorded audio message of party chief Arvind Kejriwal accusing the BJP of indulging in horse-trading to form the government in Delhi.


    IN order to form a good habit and retain it firmly in one’s physical and mental make-up, one should begin with a firm determination.

  • Thousands flee as typhoon strengthens in Philippines

    Manila : Thousands of people fled their homes and ships sheltered from heavy seas in the Philippines on Tuesday as the first major storm of the rainy season strengthened into a typhoon, reports AFP.