Free Press Journal
  • “I immerse myself in Photography” – Prof. Dhimant Panchal Director – MIT

    Maharashtra Institute of technology (MIT) is one of the most known names in the city, they are famous for coming up with new courses for students and keep themselves updated on a regular basis with new happenings in the field of technology. We spoke to one of the Directors of the Institute, Prof. Dhimant Panchal – Director H.O.D. Pre Design Foundation and Director Design Center of MIT Institute of Design (MIT ID)

  • Lights, Sound, Music….

    KARTIKI LAWATE speaks to Pune-based DJ Vispi on taking up DJing as a career and the challenges he faced while becoming one.

  • What’s making news…

    The Nikkei Asian Recruiting Forum offers 100 students from nine countries to travel free of cost to Japan to be interviewed by the companies at the headquarters.

  • BEST to inspect all dilapidated buildings before monsoon

    Mumbai : All dilapidated structures with broken wires will be inspected and those found to be hazardous would be rectified before the onset of the monsoons, said the general manager (GM) of the Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) undertaking, Jagdish Patil, on Friday.

  • 6,020 CCTV cameras to be installed in city by 2016

    Mumbai: A project to install over 6,000 CCTV cameras in Mumbai at a cost of Rs 949 crore to beef up surveillance in crucial places of the city will be completed by September next year, a Maharashtra Home department official has said.

  • Open ‘Jung’: LG appointment bypasses Kejriwal

    New Delhi : In an open confrontation, Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung on Friday appointed senior bureaucrat Shakuntala Gamlin as acting Chief Secretary of the city government notwithstanding strong reservations by Kejriwal dispensation which termed the decision as ‘unconstitutional’.

  • Delhi CM, AAP leaders appear before court

    New Delhi : Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and three other AAP leaders, accused of violating prohibitory orders here and obstructing public servants in discharge of their duty during an agitation, today appeared in a Delhi court.

  • Cops want lie test of three witnesses in Sunanda case

    New Delhi : The investigation in the Sunanda death case is taking a new turn. Investigators have sought lie detector test of three key witnesses to verify certain evidence. Delhi Police chief B S Bassi on Friday said that around a dozen witnesses may be asked to undergo the examination.

  • Anil Kapoor dodges wig for ‘Dil Dhadakne Do’ role

    New Delhi : His salt-n-pepper avatar in the upcoming dysfunctional family drama “Dil Dhadakne Do” is getting rave reviews but actor Anil Kapoor said he did not use any wig for the look.

  • US house passes Iran nuclear review bill

    Republicans say they were sceptical of the administration’s ability to negotiate an accord strong enough to ensure that Tehran does not obtain nuclear weapons (more…)

  • Woman who died in Kabul attack was to return home!

    New Delhi : Martha Farrell’s dead body was brought home on Friday, a day before she was to return home after attending a workshop on gender sensitization in Kabul. While her family was waiting for Martha to return home, her husband Rajesh Tandon received the coffin of her body, who was killed in a Taliban attack on a guest house in Kabul on Wednesday night.