Free Press Journal
  • Curfew imposed in three places in Kashmir

    Srinagar: Authorities on Thursday imposed curfew at three places in the Kashmir Valley Thursday as separatists extended their protest shutdown till September 8.

  • Vadra-DLF land deal case: BJP hits back at Congress, says not on ‘witch-hunt’

    Mumbai: Asserting that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was not on a political witch-hunt, party leader Shaina N.C on Thursday said the fact that the Justice S.N Dhingra Committee has presented a 182-page report is testimony to the fact that there “was tremendous evidence” against a particular individual (Robert Vadra) “who was in collusion with the then Haryana Government.”

  • ‘Legally Blonde 3’ may happen

    London: Actress Reese Witherspoon says the “Legally Blonde” team is thinking about coming up with the third part.

  • Paes, Bopanna advance at US Open

    New York: Indian stars Rohan Bopanna and Leander Paes registered contrasting wins to enter the second round of their respective categories at the US Open tennis tournament here.

  • Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj Ji

    Transformation: A natural process of life – By Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj ji

    It’s a known fact that every human being gets transformed physically, mentally, spiritually, moment after moment and throughout his lifetime. The processes of physical growth, social and ecological environment, learning and education and the events in life are some of the factors that are constantly playing upon every human being and are bringing about transformation.

  • Your daily horoscope by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Travelling with family or friends is likely. You are self-confident and ambitious. Today you will enjoy with your family dear ones. New ideas can be achievable.

  • India to give 20-yr residency status on offer to foreigners

    New Delhi: Emulating Singapore-model, India will offer residency permits of up to 20 years to foreigners willing to invest a minimum threshold in the country, under a new policy aimed at attracting more overseas investments.

  • Centre to look afresh into Zakir Naik’s ‘hate’ speak

    New Delhi : Security agencies will carry out an extensive examination of the speeches of controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik, who has been accused of promoting extremist and radical views.

  • India rises in rank to 35 on World Bank Logistics Index 2016

    New Delhi : Rising 19 places over its previous ranking, India has been ranked 35 among 160 countries in World Bank’s recently-released Logistics Performance Index (LPI) for 2016, the government said on Wednesday.

  • “No more garbage dumping in Mumbai”, says Municipal Commissioner, Ajoy Mehta

    Much of Mumbai’s charm has been destroyed by its creaking infrastructure.  With each new project that gets under way, the citizens expect a better quality of life. Municipal Commissioner of Mumbai Ajoy Mehta spoke on a range of these projects during a visit to the Free Press Journal’s offices on Tuesday. Edited excerpts from a wide-ranging conversation.

  • More than 20,000 harassed radiologists on strike from today

    Mumbai: More than 20,000 radiologists across the country are on the warpath and have decided to go on an indefinite strike from Thursday (September 1) to protest against the act that is being used to harass doctors even for minor clerical errors.

  • Traffic cop Vilas Shinde who was attacked by a juvenile passes away

    Mumbai: A traffic police constable who was allegedly attacked with a wooden plank by a juvenile after he asked the latter for vehicle documents at a petrol pump last week, passed away at Lilavati Hospital on Wednesday.