Free Press Journal
  • SBI chairman Arundhati Bhattacharya launching the cyber crime awareness campaign on Monday evening, along with Mumbai police commisoner Ahmad Javed. PIC: BL SONI

    Cops, SBI join hands for cyber crime awareness

    Mumbai : With an increasing number of netizens falling prey to cyber crimes, Mumbai Police and the country’s largest lender State Bank of India on Monday jointly launched a cyber crime awareness campaign.

  • YMCA move up

    Mumbai : Navi Mumbai Sports Association and Borivali YMCA registered confident wins in the men’s first round matches, in the Mastan YMCA Basketball Tournament, on Monday. NMSA kicked off their campaign with a 40-33 win over Kalyan YMCA, while Borivali YMCA prevailed over Police Boys 50-32. Navi Mumbai YMCA overcame International YMCA 70-60 in another first round tie. Wellingdon YMCA, NBA ‘A’ and Basket For Success (BFS) moved into the youth boys second round following

  • Japan’s inclusion in Malabar naval exercises angers China

    Beijing : Reacting sharply to India’s move of including Japan in the Indo-US Malabar naval exercises, China on Monday said it is hopeful Tokyo will not ‘provoke confrontation’ and ‘heighten tensions’ in the region. “Our position is very clear. It is hoped that the relevant country will not provoke confrontation and heighten tensions in the region,” Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hong Lei told a media briefing while replying to a question on Japan’s

  • Honours for SAI boys and Udayanchal girls

    Mumbai : Sports Authority of India (Kandivali) in boys with 57 points and Udayanchal girls from Vikhroli with 44 points, took the team honours in the India Masters Athletics inaugural Five-District Open Track and Field Championships, held at University Stadium, Marine Lines, on Sunday. The corresponding trophies in the men and women’s sections went to Mumbai Police (24 pts) and VPM Sports Club (Dahisar) with 26 pts.

  • Climate change impact may be worse than thought: study

    London : The global land surface temperatures may rise by an average of almost eight degrees Celsius by 2100, if significant efforts are not made to counteract climate change, a new study has warned.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries : – You can now make money, invest in ventures and find new tricks to earn your gold. A stable mind and a right attitude help you to prosper everywhere. You may get a new assignment which will be financially beneficial to you.

  • Cloth Prices

    As a result of the discussions between the Union Minister for Commerce and Industry and the spokesmen of the Indian Cotton Mills Federation, cloth and yarn prices are to be reduced further with effect from the New Year’s Day. The overall reduction ranges from 5 points to 2 points as compared to the prices fixed last time in Sept. In the case of selected varieties of cloth which are in common use

  • Crematorium near Taj: SC seeks ‘rehab plan’ from UP

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court of India on Monday asked the Uttar Pradesh government to submit a comprehensive plan on reduction of carbon level near the Taj Mahal with the use of technology by modernising an 18th century crematorium near the world heritage site.

  • Augmented reality app to control smart objects

    New York : Imagine having a lamp that turns down the volume on your TV when you dim the lights, or a car that switches on your home air conditioner when you leave the office. Now all this is possible thanks to a new app developed by Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Fluid Interfaces Lab, says IANS.

  • Swami Vivekananda


    EVERY soul is destined to be perfect, and every being, in the end, will attain a state of perfection. Whatever we are now is the result of our acts and thoughts in the past; and whatever we shall be in the future will be the result of what we think and do now. But this, the shaping of our own destinies does not preclude our receiving help from outside; nay, in the

  • Woman ends life, brother blames husband, in-laws

    Mumbai : A woman ended her life allegedly by hanging herself from the ceiling of her tenement in a Kashimira apartment on Sunday. The kin of the deceased, identified as Sandhya Gupta, have accused her husband, Ravi, and in-laws for murdering her in cold blood and then presenting a cooked-up suicide theory. Sandhya had married Ravi in 2007, the couple have two children aged five and two years.