Free Press Journal
  • Muhammad Ali

    Boxing legend Muhammad Ali dies at 74 – family statement

    Los Angeles: Boxing icon Muhammad Ali has died, a family spokesman said in a statement. “After a 32-year battle with Parkinson’s disease, Muhammad Ali has passed away at the age of 74,” spokesman Bob Gunnell said.

  • SIT is yet to arrest errant Gurgaon cops

    Mumbai : Despite the ‘liberty’ given by the additional chief metropolitan magistrate to Mumbai police’s Special Investigation Team (SIT) to arrest the errant cops of Gurgaon police who are named in the FIR for allegedly killing suspected gangster Sandeep Gadoli, the SIT has not moved a single inch further, alleged Gadoli’s family.

  • Calvin Harris refused to marry Taylor Swift?

    London: Singer Calvin Harris reportedly refused to wed Taylor Swift so she ended their relationship. It was initially believed the Scottish DJ was the one to call time on their relationship but it’s now thought the 26-year-old singer felt she had no choice but to walk away because he wasn’t prepared to wed in the foreseeable future, reported Female First.

  • 5 Gurgaon cops suspended for killing gangster Sandeep Gadoli

    Mumbai: After a long wait, the Gurgaon police has suspended its five Crime Branch cops accused in the Sandeep Gadoli encounter killing case till the investigation into the said case in over. The information was released only on Friday while the suspensions were made on May 30.

  • law

    Mercedes hit-run case: JJB to pronounce order today

    New Delhi: The Juvenile Justice Board will today pronounce its order on the Delhi Police’s plea, asking to try the minor accused of running over 32-year-old Siddharth Sharma as an adult in a trial court.

  • Narendra Modi leaves on five-nation tour

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday left for a five-nation tour that will take him to Afghanistan, Qatar, Switzerland, the US and Mexico.

  • Mumbai: Service disruption on Central Railway blamed on garbage fire

    Mumbai:The Central Railway (CR) on Friday clarified that the severe disruption on Harbour line took place due to  garbage fire. As a consequence, it resulted in signal failures at Raoli Junction near Wadala. However, sources from CR say that the administration is covering up its lapses by blaming the garbage fire as the blazes were far away from the location of the signal box which had failed on Wednesday evening.

  • High-profile sex racket busted in a 4-star Andheri hotel

    Mumbai :The Social Service Branch (SSB) of the Mumbai police has been on a spree of conducting prostitution raids. On Friday morning, it busted a high-profile sex racket  at VITS hotel, a 4-star International hotel near Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport at Andheri-Kurla road in Andheri(E). As per the Social Service Branch of the Mumbai police, 2 male pimps, 1 female pimp, 2 Indian models and a Russian model were arrested at VITS

  • ‘Two-thirds of Indian children are not vaccinated on time’

    Washington: India is a leading producer and exporter of vaccines but two-thirds of Indian children do not receive vaccinations on time which makes them susceptible to diseases and contributes to untimely deaths, according to American researchers.

  • Sanction terrorists involved in sexual violence: India to UN

    United Nations: India has called on the Security Council to “proactively” sanction terrorists involved in conflict-related sexual violence while asserting that there is a need to finalise a global treaty to counter the growing scourge of terrorism.