Free Press Journal
  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Today you won’t face any difficulty in communicating with key people. Get ready to make the best of all the opportunities that come your way. A good day for journalists and businessman.

  • Four Nigerians held for online fraud case

    Mumbai : The Mumbai Police have arrested four Nigerian nationals for various online frauds. They would dupe customers by creating fake websites and sending misleading texts to customers using online payment sites.

  • School bus, container collide, biker injured

    Indore : A school bus and a container truck collided at the infamous Radisson Square on Tuesday morning. Fortunately, the occupants of both the truck and bus, including the drivers sustained minor injuries. But a motorcycle rider passing by bore the brunt of the collision and sustained serious injuries and is admitted to the hospital where his condition is said to be critical.

  • Kasturba hosp nurses await promotion, better pay

    Mumbai : Around 200 nurses from Kasturba Hospital complain that hospital authorities are delaying their promotion despite possessing adequate qualification and experience.

  • Funding of political parties ‘loosely’ governed: CEC

    New Delhi : Funding of political parties in the country is “loosely governed” under the law and almost eighty per cent of their total funds escape “scrutiny” owing to lack of required laws in this regard, Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Nasim Zaidi said here on Tuesday.

  • BJP plans anti-Cong offensive if GST not passed this session

    New Delhi : In an effort to take the Congress on board for passing the GST bill in the current winter session of parliament, the government would soon reach out to it. But if the opposition party remains adamant and does not allow the Rajya Sabha to work, BJP leaders will take to streets to protest against it, informed sources said.

  • SC seeks Gujarat Govt response on Hardik’s fresh plea

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Tuesday sought a response from Gujarat government on a fresh plea of firebrand Patel quota agitation leader Hardik Patel challenging the High Court’s decision declining to quash the sedition charge invoked against him and others in a case lodged for allegedly attacking places like police stations in the state.

  • Centre shouldn’t use CBI to terrorise Kejri: Sisodia

    New Delhi : The BJP-led Central government should stop trying to terrorise Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal by conducting CBI searches at his office, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said on Tuesday.

  • ‘Rename Middle Vaitarna dam after Balasaheb’

    Mumbai : Hailing Bal Thackeray’s role in the construction of Middle Vaitarna dam in Maharashtra’s Thane district, Shiv Sena legislator Ravindra Waikar on Tuesday demanded that the project be rechristened after the late Sena Supremo.

  • Forget GST; press ahead with good governance

    Now only a miracle can salvage the GST Bill from the thicket of opportunistic politics. Obstructionism seems to be winning over wider national interest. Admittedly, divisive politics is an integral part of all democratic systems but rival politicians are not expected to scupper progress at the altar of intense and unthinking partisanship. Tragically, what we have seen in the last few weeks is the unreconstructed childishness and pique elevated to the status

  • Get Lara involved, Warne to Windies

    Sydney : Legendary Australia leg-spinner Shane Warne believes an intervention from the legendary Brian Lara is warranted in order to save the West Indies’ troubled tour Down Under from becoming a full blown crisis. Speaking after witnessing the Windies innings and 212-run defeat inside three days in the opening Test in Hobart, Warne said Lara could play a role in reviving team morale, reports CMC. “Lara is in the country. They need to get

  • Arvind kejriwal

    Arvind cancels Cabinet meetings

    New Delhi:  Cabinet meeting, several important meetings on odd-even formula and rehabilitation of JJ dwellers were cancelled and no officers and staff were allowed on the third floor at Delhi Secretariat as CBI raided CM Arvind Kejriwal’s principal secretary office in a corruption case. “The Chief Minister today cancelled Cabinet meetings and a board meeting of Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB) on rehabilitation of dwellers which were to be held at

  • Body found stuffed in bag

    Mumbai : An unidentified body, stuffed in a bag, was today found on Ghatkopar-Mankhurd link road near Shankara colony in the eastern part of the city, police said.

  • Indian shot in robbery bid in New York store

    New York : In a suspected hate-related incident, an Indian-origin store clerk was shot in the face during a struggle with an unidentified man who called him a terrorist and part of the ISIS terror group as he tried to rob the store, a media report said. The clerk, whose name was not released, worked at a store in Michigan owned by Sikh-American businessman Inderjit Singh.

  • Friends Turn Foes, Literally

    Raina promises to compete against Dhoni with sportsmanship; In running for Rajkot captaincy.

  • CBI raids: Cong slams both PM, Kejriwal

    New Delhi : The Congress on Tuesday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi as it condemned the CBI raid at Delhi Secretariat but did not come out in support of Arvind Kejriwal either saying that the Delhi Chief Minister used to demand similar action against Central ministers at the drop of a hat.

  • 130 years after launch, India’s first seed company goes digital

    Mumbai : Namdeo Umaji, the first seed company in India, was set up in 1885 in a small shop of Mumbai’s Byculla vegetable market. Now in 2015, the company has decided to go digital in an attempt to multiply its reach.