Free Press Journal
  • pulses

    Pulses price rise: CM should listen to his wife: Shiv Sena

    Mumbai: In a sarcastic comment over soaring prices of pulses and other kitchen staples, the Shiv Sena today advised Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis to listen to his wife and bring the rates under control. “People who voted for a change should atleast be able to buy their food. This government is not for the hoarders and black-marketeers. The CM’s wife has now spoken against the price rise, for which we are thankful

  • Nitesh Rane

    Plot opposite ‘Matoshree’ ideal for Thackeray memorial: Nitesh

    Mumbai: Amid controversy over the Mayor’s Bungalow being converted into late Bal Thackeray’s memorial, Congress MLA Nitesh Rane today said the private plot purchased by the Thackeray family opposite their residence ‘Matoshree’ was an ideal place for the commemorative structure. “Uddhav Thackeray and family should built Balasaheb’s Smarak on the private plot bought by them last year opposite Matoshree in suburban Bandra. Its an ideal place with no hurdles,” Nitesh said.

  • Shah Rukh Khan

    Did not want ‘Fan’ making to end: Shah Rukh Khan

    Mumbai: His upcoming film “Fan” has given him such a high and happiness that superstar Shah Rukh Khan wanted its making to continue forever. The 50-year-old actor was in the capital to shoot some portions of the Maneesh Sharma-directed movie, which sees him in double roles as a superstar and his die-hard fan.

  • Rape

    Society must stand by rape victims, says Congress

    Mumbai: The Congress on Friday expressed its concern on the alleged rape of a female in Kanpur and said not only the Uttar Pradesh Government, but society at large must stand by the rape victims.

  • Jayalalithaa

    Jaya urges PM Modi to secure release of TN fishermen, boats

    Chennai: A day after 14 fishermen from Tamil Nadu were arrested by Sri Lankan Navy, Chief Minister Jayalalithaa today urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take immediate action to secure their release. In a letter to Modi, she also sought steps for facilitating the return of four fishermen who had drifted to the island nation on November 8 and 50 boats in Lankan custody.

  • We have no set combination for our team: Virat Kohli

    Bengaluru: India Test captain Virat Kohli has said that there is no set combination in the team and that everyone is ready to put their hand up and perform whenever needed.

  • Have proof of Rahul Gandhi’s British citizenship: Swamy

    New Delhi: Continuing his campaign against Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi over the British citizenship issue, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy on Friday asserted that he had made the allegation only on the basis of proper investigation against the latter and once again asked him to produce documents of his citizenship.

  • Neymar

    Neymar the best in the world now: Ronaldinho

    Barcelona: Former Brazil star Ronaldinho has said that his compatriot and Barcelona forward Neymar is currently the best player in the world.

  • Ian Bell vows to make England comeback

    London: Veteran batsman Ian Bell has vowed to reclaim his place in the England side after being dropped for the four-Test tour of South Africa which starts next month.

  • Movie Review: X Past is Present – Unquestionably Hedonistic!

    Cast: Rajat Kapoor, Anshuman Jha, Aditi Chengappa, Bidita Bag, Gabriella Schmidt, Huma Qureshi, Neha Mahajan, Parno Mitra, Pia Bajpai, Pooja Ruparel, Radhika Apte, Richa Shukla, Rii Sen, Swara Bhaskar

  • Salman Khurshid

    Pak lecture, it was a ‘reasonable statement’: Khurshid

    New Delhi: Defending his lecture in Islamabad, where he attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for ignoring the peace overtures by Pakistan bringing him under the line of fire by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), former external affairs minister and senior Congress leader Salman Khurshid on Friday said that those attacking him had not heard his ‘entire’ lecture where he had also demanded Pakistan to ‘give back Kashmir’.

  • Omar Abdullah

    India’s role in resolving Kashmir issue won’t stop: Omar

    Srinagar: With the US distancing itself on Kashmir issue, former J&K Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today said the absence of a third party does not absolve India of its responsibility to find a solution to the problem. “The absence of 3rd party intervention doesn’t absolve India of its responsibility to find a solution…,” Omar wrote on social networking site Twitter, referring to US State Department Spokesperson John Kirby’s statement on the issue today.

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    Uphaar case: SC rejects Neelam Krishnamoorthy’s plea

    New Delhi: In a relief to real-estate barons Sushil and Gopal Ansal, the Supreme Court today refused to entertain a plea filed against the Delhi High Court order quashing criminal proceeding lodged for allegedly threatening Association of Victims of Uphaar Tragedy (AVUT) chairperson.

  • FC Bayern Youth Cup India to kick off in January

    New Delhi: The third edition of the FC Bayern Youth Cup India, an under-16 and seven-a-side inter-school football tournament, will take place in January-February next year.

  • BJP misused govt machinery in Birgaon civic polls: Congress

    Raipur: Congress today accused the ruling BJP of “misusing” the government machinery in the recently held election to Chhattisgarh’s Birgaon Municipal Corporation, where the BJP nominee won the mayor’s post. “Despite spending a huge sum of money and misusing the government machinery, the BJP managed to win only 13 wards out of 40 in Birgaon municipal election,” Congress spokesperson Shailesh Nitin Trivedi said..

  • Golfer Ajeetesh Sandhu tied 39th at ADT meet

    Negeri Sembilan (Malaysia): Indian golfer Ajeetesh Sandhu scored an even-par 71 to be tied 39th after the third and penultimate round of the PGM Nilai Springs Championship here on Friday.

  • Allegations against me ‘baseless’: Bapat on pulses stock scam

    Nagpur: Maharashtra Food and Civil Supplies Minister Girish Bapat termed as “baseless” the NCP’s allegations of a scam related to seized stocks of pulses in the state and threatened take legal action against him. “NCP leader and former MLA Nawab Malik, had made the allegation at a press conference in Mumbai yesterday.

  • Grenada PM Keith Mitchell slams WICB for ‘disrespect’

    Roseau (Dominica): Grenada’s Prime Minister Keith Mitchell has slammed what he called an “amazing level of disrespect” on the part of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) president Dave Cameron, as pressure continued to mount on the beleaguered cricket body to urgently hold a meeting over a review report.