Free Press Journal
  • Women’s Safety Drive Hits Bump

    Police Fail To Adequately Register Details Of Women Travelling By Taxi At Night

  • Embrace Growth With Equality, Ansari Tells Industry Leaders

    Mumbai : Vice-President Mohammad Hamid Ansari urged the captains of Indian industry to embrace the concept of ‘growth with equality’ as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) motto here on Monday while addressing a Financial Conclave organised by the Indian Merchants’ Chamber.

  • Court Issues Arrest Warrant Against Assembly Speaker

    Aurangabad : The chief judicial magistrate of Aurangabad has issued non-bailable warrants against the speaker of Maharashtra’s legislative assembly, MLA Haribhau Kishanrao Bagde and two others in connection with a default in the payment of employees’ provident fund contribution by the establishment they were heading in 2006.

  • Bird Park To Come Up At Naigaon

    Mumbai  : After planning nation’s first bird park at Powai, the BMC is planning another park exclusively for the birds at Naigaon in Central Mumbai, on about 9 acre plot.

  • More Hike In Property Tax, FSI If Octroi Abolished?

    Mumbai  :The BMC, which is about to present its annual budget for the city on Wednesday, seems to be grappling for funds in the long run. According to standing committee chairman Yashodhar Phanse, the BMC can’t help but hike the contentious property tax and the premium on Fungible FSI in the long run to make up for a loss of about Rs 7,000 crore if octroi is abolished from the next financial

  • Joint Secretary reviews fertiliser availability

    Hoshangabad : The joint secretary of Fertiliser Shyam Lal Goyal today reviewed the availability of the fertlisers at the Rewa auditorium of the collectorate in Hoshangaad on Monday. Collector Sanket Bhondwe, Deputy Director of Agricultural Department, BL Pathak and many officials of agricultural department were present on the occasion.

  • Mbpt Workers Threaten Strike To Oppose Corporatisation Of Ports

    Mumbai : After Union Shipping Ministry declared its plans to divert solid cargo away from Mumbai Port Trust (MbPT) to another port in Revas, city-based labour unions are now threatening a strike citing loss of livelihood for lakhs of workers.

  • Fake SIM Cards Case: Accused Was In Touch With Hackers

    Mumbai : The Mumbai police in its investigation against one Shareef Khan who created fake identification documents to procure over 2000 SIM cards have found out that he was in touch with internet hackers from other countries via chat groups on the internet.

  • Security Guards Dissuade Woman From Ending Life At Sea Link

    Mumbai : The security guards and the management at Bandra Worli Sea Link on Thursday, January 29, 2015 averted a tragedy by taking a 29-year-old married woman out of her plans to commit suicide from the sea link, which has turned into a popular suicide spot in the city.

  • Dave inspects Nadi Mahotsava preparations

    Hoshangabad : Rajya Sabha member Anil Madhav Dave took stock of preparations of the International Nadi Mahotsava, which will be held at Bandrabhan bank of river Narmada for coming 13th to 15th February.

  • Parole Jumping Gawli Gang Member Held From Sakinaka

    Mumbai  : The Mumbai police arrested a member of Arun Gawli’s gang who had jumped parole in April 2013, from Sakinaka on Sunday evening. The arrested accused, Pratap Godse, was convicted in 2012 by an MCOCA court and sentenced to a life term in jail along with Gawli and nine other members of their gang in a murder case. The gang had entered the residence of a Shiv Sena leader Kamalakar Jamsandekar in

  • Danve Sure Of BJP Win In Delhi Polls

    Thane : BJP would win the Delhi Assembly polls hands down but the cadres should desist from resting on their laurels and work towards emerging victorious in all upcoming elections, State BJP president Raosaheb Danve said.

  • Four oxen killed after tiger attack

    Umaria : A tiger attacked and killed four cattle at the forest area in Bannoda beat under forest reserves of Pali. The villagers of the area are living a terrified life after the tiger attacked their cattle. The villagers united themselves after getting information about the incident. According to the information the tiger attacked the cattle while it was grazing grass in the jungle. They were killed on the spot by the

  • Sex Worker Goes Missing From Thane Civil Hospital

    Thane  : A 24-year-old sex worker admitted in civil hospital here went missing today, police said. The woman, hailing from West Bengal, was sold in a brothel in powerloom town of Bhiwandi for Rs 50,000.

  • Arrest those who attacked late Younus Khan: Journalists

    Begamganj : Madhya Pradesh Shram Jeevi Patrakaar Sangh on Monday in the leadership of Block President Anand Sharma gave a memorandum addressed to the Governor through Nayab Tehsildar NS Parmar in absence of SDM and demanded action on attackers, who attacked journalist Younus Khan.