Free Press Journal
  • Pak, China Agree On Need To Maintain S Asia Strategic Balance

    Islamabad : Pakistan and China have agreed on the need for maintaining strategic balance in South Asia as top officials from both sides discussed bilateral and regional issues during Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s visit here.

  • City hotels gears up for Indo-Pak tie

    Indore : Team India will take on arch-rival Pakistan at Adelaide Oval in Australia, on Sunday morning. This is the maiden match for the continental rivals in this World Cup.

  • Malini, others to take oath on Feb 20

    Indore : The newly-elected corporators and mayor-elect Malini Gaud will take oath on February 20. Though there were confusions over the date and venue, they were cleared last night during the meeting with the CM.

  • High Court Orders Reservation For Latur Earthquake Victims

    Mumbai : The Bombay High Court has directed the state to provide five percent reservation in government employment for those affected by the 1993 earthquake in Latur. However, the state has asked for a stay on the order for six weeks.

  • Signs Forged To Siphon Off Rs 88L From Bank Account

    Bhayandar : Sleuths of the Bhayandar police have registered an FIR against a duo on alleged charges of siphoning off funds amounting more than Rs 88 lakh from the bank accounts of their close relative on the virtue of forged signatures. However, no arrests have been made so far as the investigating officials are waiting for reports of signature experts.

  • A Man Arranges The Red Balloons In A Heart Shape In A Shop On Valentine’s Day In Thane, Mumbai On Saturday.

  • Teacher Held For Molesting Nine-Year-Old Student

    Mumbai : The Shivaji Nagar police have arrested a 40-year-old Urdu teacher of a madarsa for allegedly molesting his nine-year-old student. The police are probing if the accused has also molested other minors as another girl came forward with a similar allegation after the first case was registered.