Free Press Journal
  • TMC will come to power again in Bengal: Mukul

    Kolkata: Trinamool Congress MP Mukul Roy on Saturday asserted that his party will come back to power in West Bengal with more than two-third majority in the 2016 assembly polls.

  • 30 years after acquiring land, MBMC compensates farmer

    Mumbai : It took more than 30 years for a family of farmers to get compensation for their land acquired by the erstwhile Mira Bhayandar Municipal Council (MBMC) for the construction of a municipal market Kharigaon area of Bhayandar (east). Local farmers -Tukaram Barkya Patil and his brother – Padmakar had been running from pillar-to-post to get monetary compensation promised to them by the civic administration which had acquired their ancestral plot

  • Creating literary masterpieces from dreams

    Do you recall where you went or what happened to you while sleeping last night? Did you see fondest wishes come true, or something you dread? Were you among friends or strangers and in a normal and ordinary milieu or one surrealistic and bizarre? You may not recall much of your dreams once awake, save some confused fragments that mystified, enraptured or disturbed you, but these visions have inspired or form the

  • UK website releases new documents on Netaji

    London : A UK-based website set up to chart the last days of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose has released a new set of documents to dismiss claims that he may have been spotted in China years after his death in a plane crash, reports PTI.

  • Kenkre score narrow win

    Mumbai : Kenkre FC managed to snatch a close 1-0 win against Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers in an Elite Division match of the MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) League 2015-2016, and played at the Cooperage ground on Sunday. After a barren opening session, Kenkre FC managed to break the deadlock with Sam Bradley netting the all-important winning goal in the 52nd minute to seal a win for his team and the full three points.

  • Let’s go for a picnic

    The tradition of going for picnics in winter with family and friends has remained popular even though in different formats, finds PRAMITA BOSE.

  • ONGC hold Mumbai FC

    Mumbai : ONGC (Oil & Natural Gas Corporation) produced a strong, determined performance to share honours with fancied Mumbai FC in an exciting and well-contested Elite Division match of the MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) League 2015-2016, and played at the Cooperage ground on Saturday afternoon. Kailash Patil for ONGC and Karan Sawhney for Mumbai FC got the goals, which were both scored in the first half.

  • The Outsider

    ‘The Outsider’ is an outstanding autobiography of by an adventurous writer.

  • Sound of Silence

    RUBINA KHAN profiles Sound of Silence NGO which empowers students with hearing disability.

  • Coming of age

    My daughter is 18 and we’ve always been very close. Last year, she left school and started at a nearby college to do her Graduation. Until then, she’d always had a fairly protected life and wasn’t what I would call street smart. She was a typical teenager in many ways, but she was a good girl who told me most things and we were very close. Since she’s started at this college,

  • Women self-help groups to provide food on trains!

    New Delhi : Passengers travelling in trains will now have the option of enjoying food prepared by some women’s self help groups as Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) is planning to tie up with them to enhance its e-catering portfolio.

  • In Israel, Hitler’s ‘Mein Kampf’ an enduring taboo

    Jerusalem : The controversy over the upcoming re-publication of Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” in Germany is having particular resonance in Israel, where memories of the Holocaust run deep and the book remains taboo.

  • Now, Operation Smile-II to track lost kids!

    Mumbai : The second edition of the Operation Smile, under which missing and kidnapped children are tracked down and rescued was launched on New Year day by the Thane (rural) police.