Free Press Journal
  • BJP MP drops a ticket bomb!

    Alleges that BJP tickets are being sold to criminals in Bihar; party trashes remark, but rivals make capital out of it.

  • No mega block on Western & Central

    Mumbai : The Western and Central Railway have cancelled the mega block of their suburban services on Sunday for convenience of lakhs of devotees who would travel to immersion points to catch a glimpse of Ganpati idols on the last day of the festival. Along with that, the Western Railway has decided to run special trains.

  • BMC arrangements to help the devotees

    It has placed additional 40 thick iron plates on beaches as it is difficult for devotees to walk or run hand carts carrying idols on the sand on Girgaon Chowpatty (more…)

  • Sharad Pawar writes to CM Fadnavis, seeks farmers’ loan waiver

    Mumbai  : After visiting the Vidarbha region and meeting the families of farmers who had committed suicide, former Union agriculture minister and NCP chief Sharad Pawar has written a letter to Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, seeking loan waiver for farmers in distress.

  • FTII row: 107 days of logjam, no result yet

    Pune : The Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) strike is on its 107th day with the hunger strike on the 17th wherein the students are still awaiting for a concert reply from the government to resolve their issues.

  • Salman’s ‘cousin’ booked for harassing city girl

    Mumbai : The Oshiwara police on Friday booked one person, identified himself as actor Salman Khan’s distant cousin, for assaulting and harassing a woman after she turned down his marriage proposal. The 25-year-old woman, who works as a health consultant, claims that she was first introduced to Abdulla Khan on 14 March 2014 during her frequent professional visits to the actor’s house. The two started talking frequently with Abdullah, who is a

  • Watchman nabbed for ‘raping’ minor

    Bhayandar : The Navghar Police arrested a watchman on charges of raping a minor in teh neighbourhood on Friday.

  • ‘New draft education policy by December ’

    Lucknow :  Efforts are underway to prepare the draft of a new education policy by December with involvement of people at the district level, Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani said on Saturday.

  • Clash impact: Internet ban extended in J-K

    “During our regime, when situations were far more worse, our government only reduced bandwidth so that ficticious videos were not uploaded. But this regime is completely pushing the people of the state to the wall”,                  Omar abdullah/ former chief minister (more…)

  • Jung good man with bad political bosses: Kejriwal

    New Delhi : After Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday said Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung is a “good man with bad political bosses”, the BJP and the Congress accused the AAP leader of “shifting his stand”.

  • Rajnath Singh

    Pakistan waging proxy terror war against India: Rajnath

    Lucknow : Accusing Pakistan of waging a proxy terror war against India, Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said it was a big challenge for the country.   He also noted that Pakistan has been continuously violating the ceasefire agreement to which India has always given a befitting reply.

  • Third shutdown in Karnataka on key Canal project

    Bengaluru : Karnataka witnessed the third shutdown in a month as normal life was hit, especially in the IT city and North Karnataka, following a 12-hour statewide bandh called by several pro-Kannada outfits demanding the implementation of Kalasa-Banduri canal project, over which state government has locked horns with neighbouring Goa.

  • India could be hub of neutral arbitration: Supreme Court

    New Delhi : India should aspire to become a hub of neutral arbitration, a Supreme Court judge on Saturday said while claiming that most people in the country have immense faith in this alternative form of dispute resolution.

  • Godman charged, to be arrested soon for rape

    Bengaluru : The Karnataka CID team on Saturday filed a detailed charge sheet against Ramachandrapura Mutt seer Raghaveshwara Bharathi of raping two women devotees, paving the way for his arrest.