Free Press Journal
  • Will Mumbai Get Its Nightlife Back?

    While Aditya Thackeray Claims That CM Has Accepted His Proposal, CMO Says Fadnavis Will Consider It

  • Different rates for diagnosis in MY

    Indore : Now, there will be two types of rates for diagnosis in MY Hospital as the hospital administration has decided to change the agency.

  • Free treatment likely for H1N1 patients

    Indore : Eliminating confusion between patients and private hospitals owners, the District Health Department has circulated orders to provide free treatment to the H1N1 patients in all selected city hospitals.

  • Defence Slams Prosecution For Seeking Death For Salem

    Mumbai  : The prosecution on Tuesday sought capital punishment for gangster Abu Salem and asked for seven years of imprisonment for 86-year-old builder Virendrakumar Jhamb in the 1995 murder of a city builder, Pradeep Jain. The defence immediately slammed the prosecution for pleading for death sentence despite the extradition treaty with Portugal that does not allow the penalty.

  • How Was Actor’s Vehicle Given Spl Number Plate?

    Mumbai  : The prosecution on Tuesday sought to re-examine an officer of the Regional Transport Office (RTO) to question him on how actor Salman Khan’s vehicle was given a number plate of 786. The actor’s Land Cruiser had rammed into  pavement dwellers in Bandra killing one and injuring four others on 28th September 2002. On Monday, assistant officer of the RTO had said that as per records Salman was issued a licence

  • Kolkata Derby ends in stalemate

    Kolkata : East Bengal struck in the space of six minutes after Mohun Bagan got the lead as the two traditional rivals settled for a 1-1 draw in an otherwise lacklustre I-League derby clash at the Vivekananda Yuva Bharati Krirangan on Tuesday.

  • Activists Fume, Builders Hail Development Plan

    Mumbai  : A day after the city got its new draft development plan, activists are seething all over the city over plans of a builder-oriented vertical development and a convenient neglect of the city’s open spaces and green cover. Though developers have welcomed this plan, the town planners are of the opinion that the urban poor have not been considered in this plan.

  • ICAI to help govt in GST rollout

    The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) would help the Union Government in implementing GST effectively. The ICAI would also launch new curriculum incorporating new system of education and training for CA students from next year.

  • Aditya’s night life move has CM’s nod?

    MUMBAI: Shiv Sena leader Aditya Thackeray does not seem to share the straitjacket political philosophy of his senior colleagues. A case in point is his liberal view on night life in Mumbai: he has proposed in the past that city malls and clubs could stay open 24X7, along with chemists and convenience stores. He further suggested that “non-residential areas like Kala Ghoda and Nariman Point could be Special Entertainment Zones at night.”

  • How Tiger Stays Sane…

    While he does have a fan following of his own and is bagging new brand endorsements as well, all has not been entirely smooth-sailing for gorgeous newbie Tiger Shroff. But for a young and not too experienced lad, Tiger seems to have hit upon the perfect way of keeping his sanity intact.

  • Infidelity A Big No-No For Raveena

    Raveena Tandon has never been one to beat around the bush – she was known for her penchant for saying it straight and that trait hasn’t vanished with time. Take her views about actresses opting for plastic surgery and her first reaction is “Why do we only point out at heroines?”  Her point is that heroes of her age have also gone under the knife and had Botox. The trend, she clarifies,

  • Kay Kay: Nothing Fake About Him

    He stumps all with his superlative acting the likes of which we have just finished raving over in ‘Haider’. But Kay Kay Menon manages the same effect in real life as well.

  • Dressing Well Pays Off For Aditi

    All the time and effort poured into looking one’s prettiest best does reap benefits from time to time. Take Aditi Rao Hydari who makes more headlines for her fashion sense than her film roles. The stylish lass has apparently been approached by a high fashion brand from Milan to be the face of their new limited edition fashion line tailored specifically from the South East Asian market.

  • Om Puri To Play Bal Gangadhar Tilak On Screen

    Actor Om Puri will be seen as freedom fighter Bal Gangadhar Tilak in his upcoming venture titled “Chapekar Brothers”.”It’s an honour to play such an iconic personality. I am finding several facets about Tilakji through my research. And there’s so much information available on the internet that it will become easier for me to enact him,” Om told IANS.

  • Ayushmann’s Indecent Proposals…

    The lukewarm reception to his latest film hasn’t affected the fondness that Ayushmann Khurrana’s fans pour out, especially in their social networking interactions with him. Some female fans get a little too explicit, even posting stuff like, ‘Have sex with me’.

  • Wrong Treatments Are A Major Killer In Rural India

    New York : A large number of children die from diarrhoea and pneumonia in rural India due to wrong treatments provided by medical practitioners, says a study, reports PTI.