Free Press Journal
  • ‘Make in Maharashtra’ a mere mantra

    Maharashtra retains its numero uno mantle as the most industrialized state; however, it is coming constantly under pressure owing to growing aspirations and competition from neighbouring states.

  • Subash Kapoor goes all out with GUDDU RANGEELA

    For all those who have loved National Award winning director Subhash Kapoor’s next film ‘Guddu Rangeela’ trailer, they have unanimously praised the quirky song titled ‘Mata Ka Email’ that has been used in the trailer as well.

  • Bihar Muslims donate land for largest Hindu temple!

    Patna : Muslims in Bihar, in a stellar demonstration of communal harmony, have donated land to help build the world’s largest Hindu temple which will have the capacity to seat a staggering 20,000 people.

  • Mumbai FC in must-win situation

    Mumbai : Mumbai FC are confident of dealing with the pressure of going all out for a win when they take on East Bengal in a 22nd round I-League match to be played at the Cooperage ground today.

  • We are here for Pakistan cricket, says Zimbabwe official

    Lahore : Ozais Bvute, a top official of the Zimbabwe cricket squad, today said that his team has come to Pakistan to express solidarity with country’s cricket that suffered due to tour pullouts by other international sides in the past.

  • Cameras to keep tab on desilting work in MBMC

    Bhayandar : After extended rounds of delays, the pre-monsoon desilting operations finally took off in Mira Bhayandar on Saturday. Rs 1.5 crore has been allotted for the annual pre-monsoon ritual.

  • Burglars using drones to identify vulnerable homes!

    London : Posing a new threat to home security, burglars in the UK are going high-tech by deploying drones to explore properties from the air and identify the weak spots in houses.

  • Why we pursue goals when we fear competition

    Washington : As per a new study, whether we’re buying a ticket to a movie or shopping for groceries, the more committed we are to achieving that goal, the more likely we are to assume others have exactly the same objective, reports ANI.