Free Press Journal
  • Former Co-op society president gets 4-yr jail

    BHOPAL :  A special court of Economic Offences Wing (EOW) has sentenced a president of cooperative society to four years jail with a monetary penalty of Rs 25000.

  • Government draws up plan to meet 25% float

    The government is drawing up a plan to meet the Securities and Exchange Board of India’s proposed norm to hike the minimum public holding in all listed public sector companies to minimum 25% in three years.

  • ‘THE WORLD BEFORE HER’ nominated for EMMY

    Nisha Pahuja’s award-winning documentary, ‘The World Before Her’, has another feather added in its cap! News is that the film presented by filmmaker Anurag Kashyap has now been nominated for the prestigious Emmy awards in the Outstanding Coverage of a Current News Story category which was announced on Tuesday. The awards will be presented on September 30, 2014.

  • AMU team excels in National Shooting Championship

    Mhow :  In the recently concluded 14th Kumar Surendra Singh Memorial National Shooting Championship, Army Team Dominated the medals tally with a total of 33 medals which includes 17 Gold, 09 Silver and 07 Bronze medals.

  • Househelp rapes mentally challenged girl

    Mumbai: A 24-year-old house servant, Babulal Dodiyar, raped a mentally handicapped girl of 19 years of age at the posh Rustomjee O-Zone tower in Goregaon (west) between June 25 to July 6.

  • Netherlands liable for 300 Srebrenica deaths

    The Hague : A court in the Netherlands ruled on Wednesday that the Dutch state was liable for the deaths of over 300 victims of the Srebrenica massacre, the worst atrocity on European soil since World War II, reports AFP. Families of the victims had brought a case the Dutch government over the 1995 killings, accusing Dutch UN peacekeepers of failing to protect the 8,000 Muslim men and boys slaughtered by ethnic Serb

  • No ice-cream for Ajit Pawar can prove dear

    Aurngabad : Two engineers in the Public Works Department have received a notice asking them to explain why Maharashtra’s Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar was served lunch without ice-cream for dessert on Monday. Pawar had stopped at a state-run guest house in Aurangabad for lunch on his way to Jalna, where he was to address workers of his Nationalist Congress Party after its crushing defeat in the Lok Sabha elections, reports NDTV.

  • PC Jeweller to dazzle IIJW Grand Finale

    Mumbai: India International Jewellery Week (IIJW) –will feature an exclusive jewellery collection by PC Jeweller, India’s premier wedding jewellers. PC Jeweller is the associate sponsor of the IIJW. Balram Garg, Managing Director, PC Jeweller said, “India International Jewellery Week is the one of the most prestigious events of the fashion industry and is eagerly awaited by the audience. We will be showcasing our ravishing collection of diamonds, polki and kundan crafted in

  • VVMC shoreline without lifeguards

    Virar: The coastal region of Vasai-Virar is still not manned by Vasai-Virar Municipal Corporation (VVMC) appointed lifeguards in spite of more than 25 drowning incidents in last couple of years. The civic body does not have a 100 per cent operational Disaster Management Cell. As of now Fire Brigade responds to all the SOS calls. Sub-fire officer of VVMC Umesh Dhodi said, “As per Collector’s order we have created a staff of

  • Gaurav Pandey ki dulhania

    Looks like ‘Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania’ actor Gaurav Pandey has a fan following now! News is that a few days back a young girl fan came from Agra to see him and stood outside his house in Versova wanting to propose to him! The actor’s security tried to stop her but to no avail as she did end up catching hold of Gaurav!

  • Save your skin, hair from monsoon showers

    New Delhi : From using light make-up, keeping the skin and hair dry to exfoliating your skin at regular intervals, keep your beauty checks in place to sail through the monsoon blues.

  • Backward Classes

    The Backward Classes Commission, headed by Kaka Kalelkar, has submitted its report to the Government.  According to unofficial reports, the Commission has proposed a comprehensive scheme for the amelioration of the conditions of these unfortunate people.The suggested programme is expected to cost nearly 29 crores of rupees.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

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