Free Press Journal
  • Brighten your mornings with 21 best breakfast joints in Mumbai

    Some of us have had a dream that has our favourite food, but then wake up to nothing. This leads to not knowing what to have for breakfast and we end up skipping the most important meal of the day. But that won’t be the case anymore, as we take a look at the best breakfast joints in Mumbai.

  • HC dismisses Salman’s plea to summon Kamaal Khan as witness

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today dismissed an application filed by actor Salman Khan, sentenced to five-year jail term in the 2002 hit-and-run case, seeking examination of his friend and singer Kamaal Khan as a witness by the prosecution. Salman Khan had on November 16 filed the application before Justice A R Joshi who is hearing the actor’s appeal against the conviction and sentence handed over to him by a sessions court in

  • Building collapse case: Discharge pleas of 6 accused rejected

    Thane (Maha): A local court today rejected the discharge applications filed by six accused arrested in the 2013 building collapse case, which had left 74 people dead, in the district. Special Judge V V Bambarde, after hearing the arguments of the prosecution and the defence decided that the six applicants do not deserve to be discharged from the case. As many as 27 people, including senior civic
    officials, corporator, middlemen, builders, contractors, policemen, etc

  • Vladimir Putin snubs Erdogan meet at Paris climate conference

    Moscow: Russian President Vladimir Putin has rejected a meeting with Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan at the climate conference in Paris today, the Kremlin said, as a dispute rages over Ankara’s downing of a Russian warplane.

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    ‘Yellow’, a special film for Riteish Deshmukh

    Mumbai,: Riteish Deshmukh, whose Marathi production “Yellow” has been selected as the opening film of the first International Film Festival for the Persons with Disabilities (IFFPD), says it is a “special film” and he is “honoured and excited” with the selection.

  • Intolerance issue more political than social: Subhash Ghai

    Mumbai: Filmmaker Subhash Ghai feels the debate on intolerance is more political in nature than social. Ghai took to Twitter to make his point, saying, the people of the country, including the poorest, have been tolerant. “Babuji says – intolerance comes from intolerant people who are deprived of power, corruption, promotions, facilitations because of changes made. If 100 crore people living in poverty for 70 years have learnt tolerance as their virtue and

  • Shahrukh Khan

    Make ‘safe moves’ on roads, urges SRK 

    New Delhi: Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan on Monday launched an initiative ‘Safe Move – Traffic Safety Campaign’ to promote the practice of road and traffic safety habits among children.

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    Varun Dhawan, Zoya Akhtar to team up?

    Mumbai: Varun Dhawan may be busy with his forthcoming film “Dilwale”, but the actor has dropped hints that he might team up with director Zoya Akhtar for a new project. The actor took to Twitter to suggest that the two have collaborated for a project. He increased the curiosity with ‘coming soon’ tag.

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    TGBL to use Tata Tea network to market instant coffee

    Mumbai: Tata Global Beverages, which has entered the branded instant coffee business under Tata Coffee Grand, will source beans from its plantations in South India and use the company’s tea network to market the product. After leveraging Tata Tea’s position as a market leader in the domestic market, the company has taken a strategic step to enter the branded coffee space in India, TGBL said in a statement.

  • Aircel to boost infra in East to minimise call drops

    Kolkata: GSM operator Aircel would set up more base transmitting stations (BTS) both in Kolkata and Rest of Bengal circles to boost infrastructure network with a view to minimise call drops, a top company official said today. “We are keen to augment the number of BTSes in both the circles to minimise call drops,” Aircel regional business head (east) Virad Kaul told reporters here.

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    Oil cos to benefit from low rates, price deregulation: Fitch

    New Delhi: Fitch Ratings today said low oil rates and price deregulation in the country’s oil and gas sector will have a positive impact on the rated companies in the sector, especially the oil refining and marketing firms. Upstream companies like ONGC will benefit from having to offer lower discount on crude oil they sell to refiners following greater clarity on the fuel subsidy-sharing formula.

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    Sourav Ganguly to play for Libra Legends in Masters Champions League

    Mumbai: Former India skipper Sourav Ganguly will be playing for the Libra Legends franchise in the Masters Champions League (MCL), the first of its kind tournament in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), aimed at giving retired cricketers a chance to take the field again.

  • Coal Scam, Madhu Koda

    Was plea to summon ex-PM filed ‘simply for fun’: Court to Koda

    New Delhi: Did you want to summon former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh “simply for fun?” a special court today asked ex-Jharkhand Chief Minister Madhu Koda after taking exception to alleged inconsistencies in his submissions regarding conspiracy in a coal block allocation scam case.