Free Press Journal
  • DataWind unveils New 7-Inch Tablet PC

    DataWind, Inc. (TSX: DW), the leader in delivering Internet access to emerging markets, has expanded its product portfolio with the introduction of its new Tablet PC i3G7.

  • CM seeks Russian help for cleaning up Mithi

    Mumbai : Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis is seeking help from several experts from Russia in cleaning up the Mithi River and make it navigable.

  • Cong: Modi govt’s slip on Swachh Bharat showing

    NEW DELHI : The Congress on Saturday taunted the Bharatiya Janata Party for slipping in the Modi government’s commitment to the Swachh Bharat Mission.

  • Kanisha, Neel set pool on fire as 14 records tumble

    MUMBAI :  Otters’ Kanisha Gupta and Khar Gymkhana’s Neel Roy produced stupendous show as they rewrote six  new records between themselves as 14 new marks were set on the opening day of the Otters Club’s 31st Open  Swimming Championships, held at their pool, at Bandra on Saturday.

  • Irrigation scam: PIL filed against Pawar, Tatkare and others

    Mumbai : An NGO called Krantikari Jai Hind Sena has filed criminal public interest litigation (CRPIL) in Bombay High Court against senior NCP leaders Ajit Pawar and Sunil Tatkare along with other senior officers, seeking direction to register FIR & investigation in respect of the irrigation scam through Directorate General of Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB).

  • Glitch in ties Parrikar on 1st visit to China 

    Beijing : Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar arrived in Shanghai tonight on his first visit to China to shore up defence ties amid strains in bilateral relations over Beijing’s move to block India’s attempts in the UN to ban Pakistan-based terror group JeM chief Masood Azhar.

  • Making Mumbai Work

    Mumbai : Mumbai will be getting higher FSI and planned and inclusive all-round development as per the new development plan for 2014-2034. The dream city Mumbai is facing issues in housing, infrastructure, open spaces, transport and employment.

  • SC refuses plea on quick justice to Salman Khan

    NEW DELHI :  The Supreme Court has summarily dismissed a petition not challenging acquittal of Bollywood actor Salman Khan in a hit-and-run case but questioning the speed with which the Bombay High Court entertained him just because of the “privileged class of lawyers” that only rich can afford.

  • Paid same rent as the others in category: Priyanka

    New Delhi : Priyanka Gandhi on Saturday discounted claims that the monthly rent of her government bungalow in Lutyens’ Delhi was lowered on her request, asserting that the amount was determined by the then BJP government in 2002 and “was the same as for others” in the category.

  • Will Barcelona find form against Valencia?

    Madrid : Catalan football giants Barcelona need to put an end to a run of disastrous results when they entertain Valencia on Sunday or run the risk of seeing their lead at the top of the La Liga evaporate completely.

  • Modi misled on Mhow — birthplace of Ambedkar!

    NEW DELHI : Prime Minister Narendra Modi went all the way to Mhow, the birthplace of Dr B R Ambedkar, on April 14 to pay homage to the father of the Indian Constitution, not knowing that the town’s name had been already changed officially 13 years ago in his honour.

  • A-I to deploy airbus for Simhastha fair

    Indore :  Keeping an eye on passenger rush, Air-India (AI) is going to introduce a large aircraft, Airbus-321, for its Simhastha special flights from April 22 for New Delhi. The Airbus 321 is the largest among the existing flights of three airliners from the city.

  • 2 families clash over conducting puja

    Indore :  A scuffle broke out between two families in Patrakar Colony on Friday over conducting pooja in a temple. Police have registered cases against members of both the families and are investigating the matter.

  • Tough contest likely for third RS seat

    BHOPAL :  Voting is likely to elect three members of the Rajya Sabha from the state in the upcoming biennial elections to the Upper House.

  • Giving Urdu a push, literally

    Mumbai :  Jameel Gulrays is a man with a mission: A mission to bring the best of Indian literature to Gen X, Y and Z. Katha Kathan, Gulrays’ bi-lingual storytelling sessions in Urdu, his mother tongue and  the original language in which the book was written has been a draw for curious audiences. So far he has told stories in Marathi and Urdu; his next show will include Rabindra Nath Tagore’s  immensely

  • Cong hunts for ‘face’ for UP polls

    Indications are that the party may pick up an upper caste leader for the responsibility and topping the list is Rajya Sabha MP Pramod Tewari  (more…)

  • Curb water shortage through law: Information Commissioner

    Mumbai : Ajit Jain, Information Commissioner and Former IAS Officer, stressed upon the need to form a water strategy to curb water loss through law at the panel discussion conducted at Brics Conclave 2016 conducted on Saturday.

  • Indians off to positive start

    Rio de Janeiro :  Indian shooters Manavjit Singh Sandhu and Kynan Chenai got off to positive starts in the men’s Trap event on the opening day of the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup being held at the Olympic Shooting Centre here.

  • KKR dawn Sunrisers

    Hyderabad :  Brilliant bowling by the pace duo of Umesh Yadav and Morne Morkel, followed by skipper Gautam Gambhir’s superb half-century, powered Kolkata Knight Riders to a comprehensive eight-wicket win over Sunrisers Hyderabad in their IPL match on Saturday.