Free Press Journal
  • Lake Thun

    Lake Placid: River cruise on Lake Thun

    …. is memerised with the panoramic Thun River in west-central Switzerland, which provides glimpses of Swiss riverside life and its beautiful castles.

  • Indrani

    Kolkata ‘Shark’ in city police net?

    Mumbai :  The Sheena Bora murder case gets murkier by the day. It has now come to light that the prime accused in the sensational but complex murder case, Indrani Mukerjea, had conspired with a Kolkata-based ‘agent’ to allegedly eliminate her and Siddhartha Das’s son, Mikhail Bora. While tight-lipped cops in Mumbai did not share any information on this, a source in Kolkata reveals, one Sujit Sarkar, who plays an important role

  • Indrani is a hard nut to crack: prosecution

    Mumbai :  Police custody of the prime accused in the sensational Sheena Bora murder case – Indrani Mukerjea, Sanjeev Khanna and Shyamvar Rai – was today extended till September 7 by the Bandra court with the prosecution stating that the ongoing probe is yet to cover a large area and that Indrani remains “unco-operative and a hard nut to crack.”

  • OROP unveiled, veterans content

    New Delhi :  Racing against time to beat the model code of conduct, the Centre on Saturday went ahead to announce the One Rank, One Pension scheme to douse the flames and control some of the damage to its political capital.

  • G20 frowns at China devaluation gimmick

    Ankara :  In a virtual disapproval of China’s recent devaluation of yuan that triggered shocks in the global economy, world’s 20 big economies, including India, on Saturday called for moving towards market-determined currency rates and resist from competitive devaluation.

  • Are vendors stalling mkts’ redevelopment?

    Mumbai :  The BMC has taken up repair works at about 38 out of 90 existing market buildings found in a dilapidated condition and is in the process of selecting builders for this large scale project. Failure to come to terms with vendors who occupy these buildings has prevented the civic body from taking up their redevelopment so far.

  • Mega block on all three lines today

    Mumbai :  The commuters of suburban trains will have to face inconvenience as railway authorities have planned to hold mega block on all the three lines on Sunday.

  • Emergency care centre opens in Nanavati hospital

    Mumbai :  A round-the-clock accident and emergency care centre was inaugurated at the Nanavati Super Specialty Hospital here on Saturday by health minister Deepak Sawant.

  • Mumbai University starts helpline for girl students

    Mumbai :  On the occasion of Teachers’ Day, the University of Mumbai started new initiative – ‘Connect Vice-Chancellor’- a helpline on Gmail to redress girl students’ grievances and problems in the university campus.

  • Khar eateries make a killing over Sheena case

    Mumbai :  The Khar police station has seen most of the action in the sensational Sheena Bora murder probe but this attention has left local residents unhappy as they complain that the neighbourhood has lost its peace, though the eateries there are doing brisk business.

  • Over debt on MYH hits X-ray, medicine supply

    Indore :  Poor patients are facing difficulty in getting medicines and treatment in MY Hospital due to dilly-dallying attitude of the MY Hospital administration as it failed to pay medicine and goods supplier on time resulting into abrupt halt in supply.

  • Survey at Mittal, Kalyan Groups Rs 1.5 cr recovered, 21 lockers identified

    Indore :  Sleuths of the Investigation Wing of Income Tax Department recovered Rs 1.50 crore cash from Mittal Group and Kalyan Group on the second day of their search operations, on Saturday. They also traced 21 lockers belonging to both the groups.

  • 2400 students wait for their results

    Indore :  Wait of nearly 2,400 students of conventional undergraduate courses, who have started taking third semester classes, for their first semester exam results is far from over, nearly eight months after their exams got over.

  • Janmashtami celebrated with fervor

    Indore : Shri Krishna Janmashtami was celebrated with religious fervour in the city, on Saturday.

  • Credai Property Fair gets huge response on 2nd day

    Indore :  The three day’s Credai Property Fair is getting huge response from the residents of the city. A large number of public turned up at the fair on Saturday.

  • Manish Sisodia

    Delhi government lightens burden of students

    New Delhi :  Students upto class eight studying in Delhi government schools will get a relief from carrying heavy bags to schools as the government has decided to reduce the syllabus by 25 per cent from October onwards, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said on Saturday.

  • RCA ad-hoc panel to set the ball rolling ahead of HC order

    Jaipur :  Amrit Mathur, the convener of the five-member committee appointed by the BCCI to look after the affairs of Rajasthan cricket Association is (RCA) likely to set the ball rolling on Sunday.