Free Press Journal
  • Remembering the legendary singer Mukesh on his 40th death anniversary

    Mukesh Chand Mathur, popularly known as Mukesh in Bollywood, was famous for being the voice of legendary actor Raj Kapoor’s Classic Hindi songs. The voice remains forever for classic songs like “Kahin Door Jab Din Dhal Jaaye” and “Awaara Hoon”. He will always be remembered for his unforgettable contribution to the Hindi Cinema industry.

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    Hope meeting between PM Modi and Mehbooba Mufti yields positive results: NCP

    Mumbai: In the backdrop of Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi on Saturday to discuss ways to end the unrest in her state, the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) hoped that their meeting will yield positive results aimed at ensuring peace in the strife-torn valley.

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    Daily horoscope for 27 August 2016

    Aries:– Sometimes compromise is good than starching the issue more as it may get complicated and create more problems. You have to keep your documents and agreements in safe custody as misplacement is likely.

  • FAITH — Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

    Faith is the subject of the head; devotion is the subject of the heart and meditation connects them both.

  • Sheena case: Court asks CBI to expedite the trial

    Mumbai : With the directions from the special designated court, the CBI is likely to start framing charges against all the accused in the high profile murder mystery of Sheena Bora, on September 13. While directing the agency to frame charges, special Judge HS Mahajan specifically said that he will ‘expedite’ the trial. The directions came close on the heels of the leaking of ‘tapes’, which have gone viral on some news media

  • KEM hospital to dismiss ‘Peeping Tom’ sweeper

    Mumbai : The sweeper from KEM Hospital, who was caught filming female doctors while they were in the changing room, has been suspended and is likely to be dismissed from services in the next few days.

  • Cong party writes to Guv

    Mumbai: Congress on Friday said the Maharashtra government’s draft legislation for internal security is against the Constitution and wrote to Governor Ch Vidyasagar Rao, seeking scrapping of the proposed law. “The draft is anti-constitutional and also violates the laid down procedure for enacting legislations,” Leader of Opposition in the Assembly Radhakrishna Vikhe Patil said in the letter to Rao. “The home department, while publishing the draft, did not take approval from the

  • Fracture in track hits CR’s local train services

    Mumbai : The train services on Central Railway line were disrupted due to a rail fracture between Dadar and Matunga railway stations on Friday evening.

  • Dharna in police station

    Mumbai  : Mumbai Mahila Congress president Sheetal Mhatre protested outside RAK Marg police station to protest against the police officials.  The deceased, Ghanshyam Lalta Prasad Yadav (36), a resident of Bhadohi in Uttar Pradesh, had come to Mumbai for work. The deceased resided in Vasai and was working in a cement plant company in Parel. The deceased was an employee at RMC Skyway company. The incident took place on August 21.

  • PIL seeks quota for Dhangar community

    Mumbai : A PIL was on Friday filed in Bombay High Court seeking a direction to the Maharashtra government to consider providing reservation to Dhangar (shepherd) community in the Scheduled Tribes category in jobs and education.