Free Press Journal
  • Fireman Bitten By Snake In Virar; Survives

    Palghar : A venomous 4 feet cobra attacked a fireman associated with the Vasai Virar Municipal Corporation’s (VVMC) Fire Brigade team while he was releasing the reptile into the forest after successfully rescuing him from a society in Fulpada, Virar east. He was brought to Sanjeevani Hospital, Virar west in a critical condition, however, his condition is stable now.

  • Misbah coward and selfish: Akhtar

    Karachi :  The Pakistan cricket community lashed out at the national team for its humiliating defeat against the West Indies in the World Cup match with former fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar calling captain Misbah-ul-Haq “coward and selfish”.

  • Calypso Kings hit the right notes

    Christchurch :  West Indies rode on Andre Russell’s all-round show to thrash Pakistan by 150 runs in a completely one-sided encounter on Saturday.

  • Ramp Demolition: Activists Thank Mother Mary

    Mumbai : Bandra-based activists on Saturday took out a prayer march to thank Mother Mary for dispelling the controversy over Shah Rukh Khan’s ramp and giving access to Mount Mary church. They have now demanded that the debris on the site be cleared, the road be restored and that the cost of the demolition be recovered from the superstar.

  • Sand Dredging Posing Threat To Bridge Over Bhayandar Creek

    Bhayandar : Though it is common knowledge that sand mining cannot be carried out within 500 metres of bridges, indiscriminate sand dredging poses a serious threat to the road and railway-over-bridges running over the creek between Bhayandar and Naigoan.

  • Holder hails ‘wonderful’ West Indies

    Christchurch: West Indies captain Jason Holder praised his side’s “wonderful performance” as they got their World Cup campaign back on track with a 150-run thrashing of Pakistan in Christchurch.

  • Shehzad apologises after venting anger on journo

    Dubai: Pakistan team opener Ahmed Shehzad apologised after he vent his anger on the wrong journalist following the team’s World Cup opening loss to arch-rivals India.

  • ‘Internal Bleeding In Lungs Was The Cause Of Death’

    Mumbai : The mortal remains of anti-toll activist Govind Pansare were on Saturday flown to Kolhapur in a chartered flight for the last rites following a post mortem. The veteran CPI leader had succumbed to bullet injuries on Friday night at Breach Candy Hospital where he was flown in from Kolhapur earlier in the day for treatment.