Free Press Journal
  • People care about privacy

    Privacy is sacrosanct

    The Mumbai Police was wrong in raiding private hotels and detaining people earlier this month merely on suspicion of alleged ‘illicit activities’. Even if some people had complained about ‘undesirable activities’ in and around the hotels in Madh Island and the nearby beach, the police had no business to force couples out of the hotel rooms and harass them. The detention of 13 couples was unwarranted under the law. Enforcing morality of

  • Dr Prem K. Daryanani presenting a cheque of Rs 2 lakh for Jalayukta Shivar Program here on Tuesday during a meeting with Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis.

    CM’s relief fund received donations worth Rs 26L

    Mumbai : The Chief Minister’s relief fund has received over Rs 26 lakh in past few days for his dream scheme for water and soil conservations “Jalayukta Shivar”, officials have said.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries: – You have to improve your skills to achieve success in your life. In career and studies you have to struggle to complete your goals. Spending time with your life partner and sharing your feelings will release some stress and tension.

  • Our universe is slowly dying

    Melbourne : The universe is slowly dying but we have another 100 billion years, according to a new study of 200,000 galaxies which found that the energy generated by the galaxies is half of what it was two billion years ago, reports PTI.

  • Welfare boards for third sex soon

    Mumbai : The state would soon have special board for the welfare of third sex, minister for women and child development Pankaja Munde has said.

  • Congress protest

    Bitter pills: BJP, Congress both

    For the average voter, the choice between the two major national parties, the BJP and the Congress, is an unattractive one since their biodata, if their history can be so called, have far too many flaws.

  • Testosterone therapy may help older men live longer

    New York: Restoring testosterone in older men to normal level through gels, patches, or injections may lower their risk of heart attack, stroke, or death from any cause, says a large study co-authored by an Indian-origin researcher, reports IANS. The study also found that men who were treated but did not attain normal levels did not see the same benefits as those whose levels did reach normal. “It is the first study to demonstrate

  • Google CEO Pichai symbolises new India: India Inc

    Bengaluru/New Delhi : The Indian IT industry is upbeat over the appointment of Indian-born Sundarajan Pichai, 43, as chief executive of the world’s largest search engine Google Inc in the US.

  • Govindas to clean garbage during Dahi Handi fest

    Mumbai : Don’t be surprised if you see Govindas with brooms in their hands on the occasion of ‘Dahi Handi’ festival as Mumbai Dabbawalas’ Govinda pathak (team) will clean garbage created during the celebration. It is to be mentioned here that the Dabbawalas are appointed as ‘Ambassador of Clean India Campaign’ by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  • Traffic cops challan Sania Mirza

    Hyderabad: Tennis player Sania Mirza has been challaned by the Hyderabad Traffic Police for “improper” display of registration number on her car. The challan was issued last night after the traffic cops found the SUV with improper display of number plate and photographed the vehicle which was parked at Road Number 10 in Jubilee Hills area, a police officer said.

  • Now, comic book on IAF awardees

    New Delhi : Ahead of the 69th Independence Day, a special comic book is all set to be released this week chronicling the life, valour and sacrifice of 21 awardees of the Param Vir Chakra, the nation’s highest military decoration. The project, which has been in the making for the last two years, is a collaborative effort of the Indian Army and Amar Chitra Katha, publisher of the ‘Amar Chitra Katha’ and ‘Tinkle’

  • Investment_saving

    FDI can push more job opportunities

    The Make in India campaign has begun with a bang in Maharashtra as the global electronics manufacturing giant which makes iPhones for Apple has finally decided to make a massive investment of $5 billion in next five years to open a new manufacturing facility in the state. No wonder the state government is going overboard in marking the investment as one of the biggest foreign direct investment (FDI) in the country in

  • Sebi busts fresh Rs 15.4 cr tax evasion case

    Mumbai : In a fresh crackdown on alleged tax evasion through stock markets, regulator Sebi banned a high networth individual B P Jhunjhunwala for fraudulently inflating the share price of a dormant company with a “facade” of investment worth around Rs 15.4 crore.

  • Form counselling units for docs in civic hospitals, say psychiatrists

    Mumbai : In the wake of a suicide attempt of a resident doctor in KEM Hospital, city psychiatrists urge the civic body to start counseling units for doctors in all the civic hospitals which can identify and focus on the high-risk group, provide necessary counseling and stress management therapy. They add that considering the huge load of patients that the resident doctors attend to in a civic hospital, one-on-one counseling session will help