Free Press Journal
  • Michael George Klim

    “Right time to enter India”, says Milk & Co co-founder Michael Klim

    Polish-born Australian swimmer Michael George Klim has lived the most part of his dream as an Olympic Gold medalist and co-founder of Milk & Co. Now, he wants to up his company’s game by expanding into untapped markets. Klim spoke to FPJ’s Jescilia Karayamparambil about his plans. Edited excerpts from an interview

  • Auto drivers go on strike in Mumbai against app-based cabs

    Mumbai: Nearly one lakh autorickshaws went off the roads here today during a day-long strike to press for regulation of app-based cab sevices, hitting commuters hard with many stranded in several places across the metropolis.

  • Smoking prompts Crohn’s relapse after surgery

    London: People with Crohn’s disease — a serious bowel condition — are more likely to experience a recurrence after surgery if they continue to smoke, new research has found.

  • Japan wants fresh UN sanctions against North Korea

    United Nations: Japan pushed the UN Security Council today to consider fresh sanctions against North Korea for test-firing a series of ballistic missiles that it said were a threat to the region and the entire world.

  • The Key to Happiness-l – Rabbi Simon Jacobson

    If you are like most people, your day is made up of countless bits and pieces of fragmented activity: exercise, work, eating, conversations, entertainment, sleep. Add up the pieces day after day, year after year, and you end up with an entire life split into millions of fragments, with no connecting thread. Fragmentation rattles our peace of mind, creating untold tension and anxiety. Over a period of time, the fragments pile up

  • Your daily horoscope by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Aries are industrious self confidence and ambitious. Sometimes they may be tempted to spend more. Today you may get family tension or additional responsibility at work place.

  • SC seeks Maharashtra’s response on validity of new dance bar law

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday served a notice on the Maharashtra government, seeking two responses, one within two weeks on interim relief from the rule prohibiting liquor serving in dance area and installation of CCTV cameras in dance area and another within eight weeks on constitutional validity of certain sections in the new law regulating the dance bars in the state.

  • Missing slipper helps nab molester in Vakola

    Mumbai: A missing slipper played a vital role in nabbing a 21-year-old habitual molester Vicky Parshuram Jadhav, who recently harassed a Manipuri girl in Vakola area. After signing off her office work, a 19-year-old girl was on her way to her home on Aug 18 when she took shelter under a roof as it was raining. One 21-year-old man came to her. But after sensing some sort of threat from this man, the

  • Bombay HC to stay Maha GR, Centre’s circular on NEET issue

    Mumbai: In a major blow to the both the State and Central Governments, the Bombay High Court on Tuesday stayed the Government Resolution (issued by Maharashtra government) and the circular (issued by the central government) pertaining to admissions of aspirants to medical and dental courses.

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    Ganpati Exemption: Sept 2, 3 and 4 to be toll-free for motorists

    Mumbai: Maharashtra’s public works department on Tuesday decided that motorists travelling to Konkan region via the Mumbai-Pune Expressway during the upcoming Ganesh festival will be exempted from paying toll on September 2, 3 and 4.