Free Press Journal
  • First glimpse of Riteish-Genelia’s tiny tot

    New Delhi: Riteish Deshmukh and Genelia D’Souza brought their little munchkin back home yesterday, after his birth on June 1.

  • 55 paramilitary forces deployed, Haryana on guard ahead of Jat agitation

    Chandigarh (Punjab): At a time when Haryana is bracing itself to witness agitation for reservation across the state by the Jat community, Additional Chief Secretary Home Ram Niwas on Sunday said that security has been beefed up as 55 paramilitary forces have been deployed in all districts of the state.

  • PM Modi to meet business leaders in Qatar today

    Doha (Qatar): Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet business leaders in Qatar today and he will also hold bilateral talks with Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani, the Emir of Qatar.

  • 17 killed after bus on Mumbai-Pune expressway falls into ditch

    Mumbai: In a major accident, 17 people were killed and around 33 were left injured when a luxury bus rammed into two cars and then fell into a ditch on the Pune-Mumbai corridor expressway on Sunday.

  • WBJEE Entrance Exam results to be released today

    Kolkata: The results of the West Bengal Joint Entrance Exam Board’s WBJEE 2016 Engineering Stream Examination will be released today at 4 p.m. on the official website.

  • Haryana government deploys heavy security to face Jat agitation today

    Rohtak: Haryana government has made an elaborate security arrangement to deal with the Jat agitation which is being launched from today and has deployed 48 companies of the paramilitary forces, as well as imposed restrictions under section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure at various like Hisar, Rohtak, Jind and Ambala.

  • Colaba fire: Occupants may be shifted in transit camps

    Mumbai: The fire which broke out on Thursday in Metro House has raised a concern in the minds of the occupants that this fire done on purpose? The building was served a notice by the Bombay Port Trust (BPT) about the illegal alternations done in the building but no action was taken later on. However, the 9 occupants of the A wing of the Abubakr Mansion, also known as Metro House, have

  • Mumbai Two arrested for stealing 14 lakh jewellery from workshop

    Mumbai: Mumbai police have arrested two of the three people for their alleged involvement in stealing jewellery worth over Rs 14 lakh of their boss. The city police have recovered the jewellery worth over Rs 12 lakh from their possession.

  • Freemasons throws ‘Open House’ today

    Mumbai: One of the world’s oldest closed door fraternal societies whose members included Vivekananda, Motilal Nehru, JRD Tata, King George VI and George Washington among others, is organising a day long Open House here today.

  • Veteran actress Sulabha Deshpande dead

    Mumbai: Veteran Bollywood and Marathi cinema, stage and television actress and director Sulabha Deshpande passed away here on Saturday. She was 80. She was a recipient of the 1987 Sangeet Natak Akademi Award for Hindi-Marathi theatre acting.

  • Mumbai: Two members who used to kidnap people from remote area are arrested

    Mumbai: The sleuths of Anti-Robbery/Dacoity Unit of Mumbai Crime Branch have arrested a gang of two members who used to kidnap people from remote areas of Mumbai, Navi Mumbai and Thane to rob them of in a moving car. Both the accused have been identified as Praveen MahadevHelkar (37) and Suresh Omprakash Singh (28).

  • Development possible through environment conservation

    Agriculture and industrial development and environmental conservation are not contradictory, reasserted Union Minister for Environment Prakash Javadekar. He made it clear that his ministry has taken many important decisions in this direction.

  • Nestle India reduces usage of energy

    Mumbai: Nestle India is committed to environmentally sustainable business practices at all the stages of production making the right choices to protect the future. Following a series of environmental performance indicators to monitor efforts in sustainability during the last 15 years for every tonne of production, the company has successfully reduced the usage of energy by around 47 per cent, water usage by around 55 percent, the generation of greenhouse gasses by

  • Michelle takes a swipe at DOnald

    New York: US First Lady Michelle Obama took a veiled swipe at Donald Trump while delivering a passionate defense of immigration and diversity, in the final commencement address of her husband’s presidency today.