Free Press Journal
  • Unguarded stone quarry claims one more life in Vasai

    Palghar : An unguarded stone quarry once again claimed the life of an innocent teenager in Vasai after a boy aged 16 drowned while he was swimming with his two friends.

  • Mumbai FC aim to exploit home advantage

    Mumbai : The home advantage and the tremendous support which they receive from their fans, is exactly what Mumbai FC will be looking forward to as they try and regain the momentum, which they unfortunately lost on the road, in the previous two rounds. Mumbai FC hosts Sporting Clube de Goa in a 10th round I-League match and they are determined to turn things around at the Cooperage ground on Saturday.

  • Indian eves continue winning run in SA

    Stellenbosch : The Indian women’s hockey team continued its winning streak on its tour to South Africa by routing Scotland national team 5-0 here.

  • Dimly-lit Metro subway to get more guards!

    Mumbai : In light of the recent incident of a college girl being molested in the subway near Metro Junction, the police have taken up the matter with the municipal administration and have asked them to post security guards at this place.

  • Govt mulling to and fro night flights in Kashmir

    Srinagar : Authorities on Friday discussed modalities for starting to and fro night flights in Kashmir valley and a DGCA team is expected to arrive here next month to take stock of the facilities at Srinagar International Airport. Asgar Hassan Samon, Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, held a meeting to review the functioning of Srinagar airport and discuss modalities to start night landing of flights at the airport, an official spokesman said. “The meeting was