Free Press Journal
  • Burning Garbage Raises A Stink In Uttan

    Bhayander : Already battling a stinking smell emanating from the unmindful dumping of garbage near the Solid Waste Management Plant, thick clouds of smoke coming out of blazing garbage mounds has spelt more trouble for people residing in the coastal villages of Uttan near Bhayandar.

  • Relieved Misbah tells batsmen to shape-up

    Brisbane :  Pakistan skipper Misbah-ul-Haq told his batsmen to shape-up or ship out of the World Cup after the 1992 champions scraped a 20-run win over Zimbabwe on Sunday.

  • Certificates given to District Panchayat poll winners

    Katni :Elected members of District Panchayat of Katni were given certificates by Collector Vikas Singh Narwal today in presence of observer RC Dubey, Upper Collector Dinesh Srivastava, CEO of district Panchayat Dr KD Tripathi. Maya Patel, AK Khan and Pragati Rai were given certificates by the Collector on this occasion. Vidhya Bai Patel, Ishawari Prasad Dahiya, Nidhi Tiwari, Radhey Shyam Tiwari, Pooja Devi Singh, Ajay Kumar Gotia, Ashok Vishwakarma, Maya Patel, Kanti

  • MRVC Plans To Include 10 More Stns For Remodelling

    Mumbai : Giving Mumbaikars another reason to smile the Mumbai Railway Vikas Corporation (MRVC) is considering getting not just 20 but 30 stations under its redevelopment plan. In the recently announced Railway Budget, 20 stations proposed by MRVC for redevelopment worth Rs 2,000 crore have been sanctioned under the Mumbai Urban Transport Project (MUTP)-III.

  • Would continue social service after retirement: TI

    Morena :TI of Noorabad area NK Upadhyay during his farewell said that he had been lucky to work under the guidance of many excellent officers in his tenure of service. The Thana Incharge added that although he is taking a break from police service, but he would continue taking part in causes of social service and welfare. Additional SP Raghuwansh Singh Bhadouriya was the chief guest during the farewell function of the

  • State Govt To Bear Treatment Cost: CM

    A Total Of 1,735 Cases Of Swine Flu Have Been Reported In The State, Of Which 143 People Have Succumbed To The Disease

  • ‘Govt Won’t Adopt ‘Please All’ Policy’

    Mumbai : Economy of the state that contributes 15% to the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) is limping due to debt of Rs. 3.44 trillion. According to state finance minister Sudhir Mungantiwar, improper planning and populist approach during the previous governments are to be blamed for the sorry state. The budget, which he would be presenting on March 18, would be an attempt to break away from this convention and bring in

  • Rains raise fears of hailstorm among farmers

    Seoni Malwa : It has been raining for the last 24 hours in Seoni Malwa. The clouds were seen on Saturday afternoon and it started raining by the evening in the region. The rains continued for the whole night and a rainy Sunday too affected the lives of the people of the region. It was U turn for the winter season in the region and those who thought that summers had approached,

  • CS Rishikesh Vyas: WIRC-ICSI set to hold record number of programmes this year

    The Western India Regional Council (WIRC) – the zonal arm of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India, has made ‘Knowledge’, ‘Skills’ and ‘Visibility’ its theme for the year. Speaking to Dipta Joshi, newly elected Chairman, CS Rishikesh Vyas, shares the list of programmes WIRC has chalked out for the year ahead.

  • Sr Bachchan And The Social Media

    The Veteran Actor Maybe 72, But He Is Undoubtedly One Of The Most Tech-Savvy Actors In Bollywood Today With Millions Following Him On The Digital Space. Here He Talks About His Love For Social Media And The Need To Know His Beloved Fans, As PRATISHTHA MALHOTRA Takes Notes…

  • Now, AAP Joins ‘Save Aarey’ Bangwagon

    Mumbai  : The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Sunday carried out a rally at Aarey colony in Goregaon to protest against the proposed Metro car shed, which will displace the native aadivasis and will uproot more than 2,200 trees. However, the party is yet to take a stand on the BMC’s draft development plan which envisages an economic and growth hub in the 1,009 hectare green cover.

  • Marriage Doesn’t Define Me: Shilpa Shukla

    Eclectic actress Shilpa Shukla is so not your average Jane. Unconventional in her choice of roles, whether it’s BA PASS or CRAZY CUKKAD FAMILY, she is equally hard to slot when it comes to her personal life. Take the way she explains her relationship with her estranged husband…

  • Cold winds make city shiver

    Ujjain: Just when residents started putting away their woolens with the city experiencing a warm spell this past week, the weather gods sprang a surprise as the city woke up to a cloudy, wet and chill morning on Sunday. Giving the city a second chance to experience the winter, the maximum temperature fell 21.5 degrees Celsius, leaving the city shivering because of speeding cold winds running at 14 km/hr. The minimum temperature

  • Play Gay? No Problem, Says Karan Singh Grover

    Hottie Karan Singh Grover comes in for loads of female attention but it doesn’t hamper his personal life at all. “It is not something that reaches me inside my household,” he points out. He draws comparisons with the fact that a lot of people admire him for the work he does as well – that doesn’t affect his home life either.


    Mumbai  : MP from Mumbai North-East constituency, Kirit Somaiya, on Sunday afternoon registered an FIR against an official of a telecom company for setting up a 4G mobile tower near a slum in Mulund West despite the slum-dwellers’ opposition and threatening to displace them from their residence.

  • Gold Not Set To Be Cheaper

    There May Not Be Respite From Smuggling With Customs Already Making Rs 205 Crore Worth Gold Seizure This Financial Year Till Jan

  • Sonu Disses New Materialistic Singers

    Sonu Nigam is one singer who has never shied away from airing his opinions loud and clear. He often gets it bang-on right, too.

  • Taapsee’s Strongest Quality…

    The lovely Taapsee Pannu floored audiences with her pretty face and fantastic combat moves in BABY. She admits that it was intimidating to do an action film that had an action superstar like Akshay Kumar, especially where you’re doing a lot of action without being aided by him. The film sees Taapsee doing all the action and stunts on her own!

  • Randeep And Charles: Admiration Society?

    He grabbed eyeballs in recent films like UNGLI and RANG RASIYA, while also getting into Salman Khan’s inner circle with KICK, but it’s the upcoming MAIN AUR CHARLES that is naturally occupying the hunky RandeepHooda’s mind as of now. The film, contrary to popular perception, is not a bio pic. It is the story of the jai break that happened at Tihar jail, and the incidents that followed it. Randeep reveals that