Free Press Journal
  • HC seeks details on vacant posts in PHCs

    Mumbai : Upon being informed about the numerous posts in the State’s Primary Health Centers (PHCs) lying vacant since years, the Bombay High Court on Friday directed the Maharashtra government to furnish details regarding the same.

  • ACB registers FIR in Kondhane dam scam

    Mumbai : The Anti- Corruption Bureau has registered a First Information Report (FIR) in Kondhane dam project built on the river Ulhas in Raigad district.

  • PIL against MET is vague, observes HC

    Mumbai : The Bombay High Court slammed a petitioner for being ambiguous and vague in terms of his prayers. The petitioner has alleged ‘serious’ anomalies in the allotment of Nashik-based land to Mumbai Educational Trust (MET).

  • Pathetic no. of admissions in RTE round 3

    Mumbai : The date for admissions under the Right to Education (RTE) Act was extended from September 5 to September 10 owing to the extremely low admissions registered in the third and last round, as the round came to an end.

  • Woman dies after delivering baby at health centre gate

    Badaun (UP): In an another case of alleged medical negligence in Uttar Pradesh, a pregnant woman died after delivering a baby girl at the gates of a primary health centre here. Asha Devi, who was rushed to the health centre in Alapur Township, was allegedly denied permission to enter its premises late last night, her husband Mukesh alleged. The woman later delivered a baby girl in front of the gate and died

  • Docu-drama on Mother Teresa to be shot in Kolkata

    Lonavla : On Mother Teresa’s canonisation on Sunday, key parts of “The Mother”, a new docu-drama on the global icon who dedicated her life to the poor, will be shot in Kolkata, where she arrived in 1929 and where she founded the Missionaries of Charity in 1948.

  • 43 held in raid on hookah joint

    Bhayandar : Cracking down against activities that were destroying the moral fabric of the younger generation, sleuths of the Thane (rural) police raided a notorious hookah parlour in Kashimira late on Friday night.

  • Nuances of conservation at this expo

    Mumbai : ‘Conserving the Collection’, an exhibition of art objects spanning over 5000 years of history, was inaugurated in an opening ceremony on Friday at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (CSMVS).

  • India-Vietnam call for reforming UN

    Also press for expanding Security Council with enhanced representation from developing countries

  • Dhaka cafe attack mastermind’s deputy shot dead in Bangladesh

    Dhaka :  The ‘second-in-command’ of Bangladesh’s homegrown extremist outfit who trained the militants for carrying out the cafe siege, the country’s worst terror attack, was killed in a raid on their hideout, police said.

  • Church of England Bishop declares he is a gay

    London :  Bishop became the first Church of England priest to openly declare that he is gay and in a long-term relationship with a man. Right Reverend Nicholas Chamberlain, the Bishop of Grantham, said he was moved to speak out about his sexuality after a British newspaper threatened to expose his personal relationship. “It was not my decision to make a big thing about coming out,” he told ‘The Guardian’.

  • Rishi Kapoor

    Twitterfly Rishi Kapoor turns 64! Happy Birthday!

    Rishi Kapoor is a boisterous and a straight forward kind of a person. This may be the reason why all his tweets are to the point. The man knows how to use those 140 characters wisely. His tweets are sometimes random and many times controversial, but it has now become a part of Bollywood’s Twitter timeline. On his 64th birthday, we bring to you some of the most hilarious, controversial and insightful tweets by