Free Press Journal
  • Maha CM to review Passing out Parade at Police Academy

    Nashik (Maha): Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis will be the chief guest for the Passing out Parade of the 113th batch of Police-Sub-Inspectors to be held at the Maharashtra Police Academy here tomorrow.

  • Modi demonstrated Indian leadership on climate change: WH

    Washington: Notwithstanding a “difficult political” climate in India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi “demonstrated” the country’s leadership on the issue of climate change, the White House has said ahead of his crucial meeting with US President Barack Obama.

  • Age no bar: Tripura mothers clear secondary exam with daughters, son

    Agartala: Smriti Banik had a dream: to succeed in the Madhyamik (secondary) examination. She nurtured this wish for two decades — even as she got married, raised a family and dealt with abject poverty. Today, she is smiling — the long-cherished dream has come true.

  • Datsun redi-GO Launched At Rs 2.39 Lakh

    Datsun’s answer to the Maruti Alto, Hyundai Eon, Tata Nano and the Renault Kwid officially goes on sale today. The redi-GO is available in five variants with prices starting at Rs 2.39 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). Variant wise pricing is as follows:

  • 2022 World Cup: Indian construction firm bags contract

    Doha: The Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) announced today that India’s biggest construction firm, Larsen & Toubro Limited (L&T), and Qatari contractor, Al Balagh Trading & Contracting have been appointed as the main contractors to build the 40,000 seater Al Rayyan Stadium for  the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

  • RCB coach identifies repetition as key to Kohli’s meteoric rise

    Johannesburg: Royal Challengers Bangalore batting coach Trent Woodhill has cited Virat Kohli’s consistency accompanied by a holistic approach towards his fitness and innings as the reasons behind the star batsman’s meteoric rise.

  • Kerala to become open defecation-free by Nov

    Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala is all set to become open defecation-free with the state-run Suchitwa Mission aiming to achieve the goal by November 1 this year.

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    Madhuri Dixit turns choreographer for TV show

    Mumbai: Bollywood’s dancing diva Madhuri Dixit Nene says she always wanted to be a choreographer. And she got a chance to fulfill her dream via TV show “So You Think You Can Dance ‘Ab India ki Baari'”.

  • China publicly names Pakistan for Mumbai terror attacks

    Hong Kong: In a major development, China has for the first time, publicly acknowledged the role of Pakistan in the coordinated terror attacks that took place in Mumbai between November 26 and 29, 2008 that claimed the lives of 164 people and left another 308 injured.

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    Mathura Violence: SC dismisses plea seeking CBI probe 

    New Delhi: Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to entertain a plea seeking a CBI probe into the violence at Mathura in which 29 people, including two police officers, died while members of the Swadheen Bharat Vidhik Satyagrahi outfit were being evicted from a public park.

  • No film more honest than ‘Udta Punjab’: Anurag Kashyap

    Mumbai: “Udta Punjab”, which brings to the big screen Punjab’s menacing issue of drug abuse, is an “honest” portrayal of the situation, says the film’s co-producer Anurag Kashyap in response to the a reported demand by the censor board to chop out any reference to Punjab in the movie.

  • No audio launch for Rajinikanth’s ‘Kabali’

    Chennai: If sources are anything to go by, the plan for the audio launch of superstar Rajinikanth’s “Kabali” has been scrapped and the music will now directly hit the stores on June 12.