Free Press Journal
  • Two youth electrocuted in Thane

    Thane: Two youth were killed after they were electrocuted while they were carrying a Ganesh idol from neighbouring Mumbai to Ulhasnagar here, police said today.

  • How to become conscious of the divine force — The Mother, Sri Aurobindo Ashram

    You must become conscious. Aspire, ask, aspire sincerely. Listen: if every evening before going to sleep you take off only a tiny minute, like that, and in this little minute, with all the concentration you are capable of you ask to become conscious of the divine Force, simply like that, nothing more; in the morning when waking up, before beginning your day, if you do the same thing, take a minute off,

  • Your daily horoscope by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- You should remain alert and careful as problems may appear in any or many areas of your life. Your state of health may deteriorate and you could also become emotionally disturbed.

  • Revoke resolution of Surya namaskar, Chheda to civic chief 

    Mumbai: Seeking to strike a chord with the city’s Muslim voters, Pravin Chheda, opposition leader in the civic body, met civic chief Ajoy Mehta on Monday along with with a 22 member delegation of the Congress minorities cell and demanded a revocation of the resolution regularising Surya namaskar in civic-run schools.

  • Sell meat during Paryushan Parva, but don’t slaughter, says MCGM

    Mumbai: Although, the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai has announced a two-day closure of the Deonar abattoir — on August 29 and September 5 – during Paryushan Parva, a Jain Festival, it has also declared that there would be no ban on selling of meat on these two days.

  • NEET is not ‘neat’, say worried parents

    Mumbai: “Won’t more kidney rackets take place if medical colleges loot students,” asked a parent addressing reporters at the Press Club on Monday, referring to the alleged kidney transplant racket unearthed recently in a hospital in the city.

  • Western Railway extends run of two trains for festive season

    Mumbai: For the convenience of passengers during festive occasion of Durga Pooja, Dasshera & Diwali and with a view to meet the travel demand during the season, Western Railway will extend the run of Bandra Terminus-Jabalpur Superfast Special Train and Vadodara-Ahmedabad Fast Passenger Special Train.

  • Woman murdered in Thane, 3 held

    Mumbai: Three persons including a hotelier have been arrested for allegedly murdering his wife in Bhiwandi in Thane.

  • 1 held for vandalising 38 auto-rickshaws 

    Mumbai: One person has been arrested by Dindoshi police station for his alleged involvement in breaking the windshield of at least 38 auto-rickshaws parked roadside in the area. The accused has been identified as Imran Shaikh, who has recently started parking business of auto-rickshaw in Santosh Nagar.

  • 2 dozen fake docs on MBMC radar 

    Bhayandar: The arrest of a woman who masqueraded as a doctor and diagnosed patients from a posh housing society in Mira Road, has once again turned the spotlight on the rampant quack menace plaguing the twin-city.

  • J-K’s Article 370 Breached

    Former judge points out that under law the SC will have no such power to transfer cases from J&K courts outside the state (more…)

  • SC asks Adarsh Society to pay for maintenance

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Adarsh Co-operative Housing Society to consider bearing the expenses to be incurred on maintenance of the 28-storey scam- tainted building, whose possession has been handed over to the Centre in pursuance to the apex court’s order.

  • Curfew lifted in Kashmir after 51 days

    Srinagar : After 51 days, curfew was on Monday lifted from Kashmir, except for few police station areas, but normal life continued to be hit by the strike called by separatists. Clashes were reported from a number of places in Srinagar city and parts of Budgam district but nobody was hurt in these incidents, police said.