Free Press Journal
  • FM to hold review meeting on PSU disinvestment

    New Delhi : Amidst opposition from central trade unions, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is likely to hold a review meeting this week on disinvestment plans for the fiscal.

  • Second seed Nihar stretched

    Mumbai :  Boys’ Under-19 second seed Nihar Thacker survived a second round scare, in the Greater Mumbai District Badminton Championship on Monday.

  • D’Assisi, Jamnabai off to winning starts

    Mumbai :  St. Francis D’Assisi H.S. ‘A’, Borivali made winning start by recording a narrow 1-0 win against St. Stanislaus, Bandra in a boy’s under-16 Div-I league match of the MSSA Inter-schools football tournament at the MSSA Sports Centre, Azad Maidan, on Mionday.

  • Track your lost pet through new app

    New York : Have you ever been through the traumatic experience of searching for your lost pet? Finding your cuddly pooch could now be less harrowing using a new mobile app, reports IANS.

  • Internet users in India to reach 503-mn by 2017: Report

    New Delhi : Led by a growth of 27.8 per cent annually in mobile users, the internet user base in the country is likely to reach 503 million by 2017, a report on Monday said. The overall internet user base (wireline and wireless) in the country stood at approximately 350 million as on June 2015 and is estimated to touch 503 million by 2017, the report titled ‘India on the go–mobile Internet Vision’

  • FM auction: Sun Group moves HC; challenges refusal of security nod

    Chennai : The Sun group moved the Madras High Court challenging refusal of security clearance by the Union Home Ministry and the government’s decision not to allow it to participate the Phase-III auction process of FM radio, reports PTI.

  • Sanil, Pooja reign supreme

    Mumbai :  Sanil Shetty overcame Aman Balgu in a 4-3 thriller to clinch the men’s title, in the Maharashtra State Ranking Table Tennis Tournament, at the Juhu Vile Parle Gymkhana.

  • Being Kind To Oneself A Guide In Humane Awareness

    GIVING the gift of kindness to oneself is a true gift of self. Sometimes we can forget that the individual can be an object of her or his own experience. This is akin to counting the number of people in a room and forgetting to include oneself in the count.

  • Over 44K trees to be hacked for Mumbai, Goa highway project

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra government on Monday informed the Legislative Council that 44,574 trees will be hacked to make way for its ambitious Mumbai-Goa 4-lane highway project spanning 600 kms.

  • Volatile Sensex ends lower by 43 pts

    Mumbai:  The benchmark BSE Sensex witnessed volatility after its three session gain, though managed to recover most of its losses to end marginally lower by 43 points to 28,420.12. Earlier the key indices opened positive, but soon wavered on caution ahead monsoon session of Parliament today, which is expected to stormy in the midst of number bills to be passed including the key GST bill. “Investors seem to await the outcome of

  • Reacting To China

    It is becoming increasingly difficult to understand Shri Nehru’s mind, particularly when he thinks aloud on Peking’s aggressive policy against this country on the northern borders. Answering a question in Rajya Sabha the other day, he adverted to the talks between the Indian and Chinese officials, now being held at Rangoon. He did not seem to worry too much whether the Chinese are consolidating their positions on the disputed border or not.

  • Kenya ‘homecoming’ for Obama finally on course!

    Washington/Nairobi : Barack Obama will make a first presidential pilgrimage to his father’s homeland of Kenya this week, the capstone of a weeklong overture to Africa taking in three key nations.

  • Antibiotics may double juvenile arthritis risk

    New York : Taking antibiotics may double the risk of a child contracting juvenile arthritis, a form of auto-immune disease that involves chronic inflammation of the joints and eyes that can lead to pain, vision loss and disability, says a study, reports IANS.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- You have to follow the basics to get success in your projects. Wedding bells will ring for the singles among you. You will be adaptable and versatile. A short business trip is likely.