Free Press Journal
  • Sena leader moots BMC inspection of all clubs

    Mumbai : Senior Shiv Sena leader Subhash Desai, who is associated with the Prabodhan Sports Complex in Goregaon, said here on Friday, that the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) should inspect all such clubs and take actions wherever violation are found.

  • Union Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu launches a new free Wi-Fi Internet service in Mumbai's Central Railway Station on Friday.

    Google’s free high-speed Wi-Fi launched at Mumbai Central Stn

    Mumbai : RailTel Corporation in partnership with Google launched free Wi-Fi service which was inaugurated by Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu at Mumbai Central railway station on Friday. This has come in wake to provide free accessible internet to people during their train journey. Further, Google has planned to cover 100 busiest railway stations by the end of this year and 400 railway stations across India.

  • Rahul set for padyatra in drought-hit Bundelkhand

    Mahoba (UP) : Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi is scheduled to undertake a padyatra in drought-hit Bundelkhand region on Saturday,  when he is likely to hold meetings with farmers.

  • Trump, Sanders take leads in first primary contests

    Washington : Just ten days before the first critical nominating contests, Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump has taken a commanding lead in Iowa while Bernie Sanders has overtaken Hillary Clinton in the Democratic race, reports IANS.

  • Notice to Maha govt on bail to Prof Saibaba

    NEW DELHI : The Supreme Court on Friday issued a notice to the Maharashtra Government, returnable in two weeks, for bail to the wheelchair-bound Delhi University lecturer G N Saibaba arrested in May last year for his alleged Maoist links.

  • High Court notice to ‘Kya Kool Hain Hum’

    Mumbai : The Bombay High Court on Friday issued notices to the producers, director and writers of the film ‘Kya Kool Hain Hum 3’ and sought a response to a public interest litigation seeking a ban on it for allegedly vulgar content.

  • Sunanda died of Alprax drug overdose: AIIMS

    New Delhi : Sunanda Pushkar died of “poisoning” with the AIIMS medical board, which gave its opinion on the FBI report on her viscera samples, unanimously concluding that there was presence of anxiety drug Alprax in her stomach.

  • Dalit scholar suicide – Now get back to classrooms

    The suicide of a Hyderabad University student has been blown out of all proportions, thanks to the gang-up of the anti-BJP parties. Though the circumstances which forced Rohith Vemula to take his own life are still not clear, critics have rushed to blame ministers in the Modi Government.

  • Pak varsity attack mastermind vows more brutal attacks

    Islamabad :  The mastermind of Pakistan’s deadly attack on Bacha Khan University today threatened to target more educational institutions, which he said were “nurseries that produced apostates”.

  • karan Johar

    ‘Go, beat him up, don’t ask me’: VK Singh on Karan Johar

    Jaipur/Jodhpur : Union Minister VK Singh is shooting from the hip again. Asked for his reaction to comments made by film producer Karan Johar who is the latest celebrity to wade into the ‘intolerant’ debate – the former Army chief told journalists in Jodhpur: “Go and beat him up.”

  • Govt grossly understated farmer suicides in the court: Vikhe-Patil

    Mumbai : The state government has grossly understated number of farmer suicides for the period of 2013-2015 in an affidavit before Bombay High Court, Leader of opposition in the legislative assembly Radhakrishna Vikhe-Patil has said.

  • Waghela is new CJ of Bombay HC

    New Delhi : Orissa High Court Chief Justice D H Waghela has been appointed the new Chief Justice of the Bombay High Court, as recommended by the collegium to fill the vacancy caused by retirement of Mohit Shah. Justice Mrs V K Tahilramani is currently acting Chief Justice there.

  • Solar power to spin khadi?

    New Delhi : Prime Minister Modi has given a go-ahead to launch use of solar energy to produce eco-friendly khadi and market it worldwide as the green fabric of India, Minister of State for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Giriraj Singh disclosed here on Friday.

  • Women in our country are mentally very strong: Waheeda

    Mumbai : Yesteryear actress Waheeda Rehman was felicitated at the hands of NCP leader Supriya Sule for her contribution to Indian Cinema at the 6th International Film Festival organised by Yashwantrao Chavan Pratishthan in Mumbai on Friday.

  • Stocks rebound on ECB stimulus hint

    Mumbai : Stock markets rebounded sharply from their 20-month lows on hectic short-covering after hints of more stimulus measures from the European Central Bank and sharp gains in crude oil prices triggered a worldwide relief rally. Having ended over 4% higher on Thursday, the March futures of West Texas Intermediate crude oil extended gains and were trading up nearly 5% at over $30 per barrel. Following an extremely mild start to the winter,

  • India-Pak talks: Legacy Modi wants to leave behind

    The “deferred” talks between the Indian and Pakistani foreign secretaries may have restarted by the time this appears in print. Even if they haven’t started, New Delhi or Islamabad may have made a major announcement. Nevertheless, the event demands comment on the abiding nature of a relationship that both nations must live with for all time. As has been said before, no country can choose its neighbours. All countries are prisoners of

  • 5-0 or 4-1?

    Humiliated India look to sign off ODI series positively

  • Renault hasn’t used trickery, CEO says after emissions tests

    Paris : Renault chief Carlos Ghosn said his company, which is under pressure over failed emissions tests, had not committed any “deception”, amid sector-wide questions sparked by a pollution cheating scandal at Germany’s Volkswagen.      Ghosn, speaking on France’s RTL radio, also called for new rules on emissions norms to avoid any “confusion”, after some Renault vehicles’ emissions were found to differ between laboratory and real driving conditions. “There isn’t any deception,” he