Free Press Journal
  • North East rope in Argentine forward

    Guwahati: NorthEast United FC announced the signing of 25-year-old Argentinean striker Nicolas Velez for the second edition of Indian Super League football tournament.

  • VVMC clean-up marshals a big hit, but lack of bins, still a worry

    Palghar : The Vasai Virar Municipal Corporation’s (VVMC) drive to keep the city clean is now a hit worth crores as they have collected revenue of around Rs 1.10 crore in terms of fine imposed on litterbugs for a period ranging December 17, 2014 till last month end.

  • Young dads at higher risk of dying in middle age

    London : Men who become fathers before the age of 25 may be at a greater risk of dying in middle age than those who delay having children, a new Finnish study has warned, reports PTI.

  • Rajan links more easing to lower bank rates, monsoon, inflation

    Governor Rajan has kept the policy repo rate unchanged at 7.25 per cent. The market expectations were mixed, with some expecting no change, as there remained upside risks to CPI inflation. The negative WPI  and the improved monsoons, did lead to some undercurrents for a downward revision .

  • Goa guv urged not to pardon MLA

    Panaji : The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and state government employees on Tuesday petitioned Goa Governor Mridula Singh, asking her not to approve the cabinet’s decision to pardon former minister Francisco Mickky Pacheco.

  • india parliament

    Twisted tactics kill democracy

    Notwithstanding the crocodile tears of the Gandhis for a clean polity, critics of the suspension of the Congress MPs by the Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan ought to answer but just one question: What would they have liked the Government to do to ensure that the Congress Party allowed the parliament to function?

  • Colaba Municipal School win

    Mumbai :  Colaba Municipal School showing good understanding and coordinating well scored 3-0 win against St. Xavier’s, Bhandup in a boy’s U-16 Div-II league match of the MSSA Inter-schools football tourney.

  • SBI rules out rate cut

    Mumbai : Top public sector lender SBI ruled out any interest rate cut for its borrowers, even as the RBI chided banks for not having passed the full benefits of the last three reduction in its policy rate.

  • Hope

    There is no medicine like hope No incentive so great And no tonic so powerful as the expectation Of something better tomorrow.

  • Congress workers hold protest

    Nagpur: Local Congress workers on Tuesday demon-strated against the suspension of 25 party MPs from Lok Sabha, here. Led by city president Vikas Thakre, the Congress corporators, Zilla Parishad members, office-bearers and members of various party cells participa-ted in the protest held at Variety Square. The displayed placards and shouted slogans denouncing the action against the MPs. In an unprecedented action, Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan yesterday suspended 25 Congress MPs for

  • Yo-yo dieting not linked to higher cancer risk

    New York : Repeated loss and regain of weight due to dieting or what is also called yo-yo dieting may not put you at increased risk of contracting cancer, says a new study that could be the largest of its kind, reports IANS.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Today pay attention to small details at work place. Singles should be careful regarding new relationship at work place. Today verify all information before acting on it. Take care of health.

  • Devendra Fadnavis

    CM Devendra Fadnavis thrives on divided opposition

    The Monsoon session of the Maharashtra legislature witnessed several filibustering tactics, political dramas, one-upmanship, more heat and dust with little legislative business. While he was successful in keeping the major opposition parties under check, Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis had to a face lot of veiled attacks from political allies and detractors from within the party Not that he had any refined strategies for handling the Opposition’s attack, but the lack of proper coordination