Free Press Journal
  • Nagpur-Mumbai expressway DPR to be out by month-end: Fadnavis

    Nagpur: The proposed expressway between Nagpur and Mumbai will be a “game-changer” for Maharashtra and its Detailed Project Report (DPR) will be finalised by the month-end after which tenders will be floated in October, said Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis.

  • JNU Ph.D. scholar arrested on rape charge

    New Delhi: A Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) doctoral research scholar was arrested here for allegedly raping a 26-year-old woman on the pretext of marriage, police sources said on Wednesday.

  • Reliance Jio, LeEco tie-up to offer ‘Jio Welcome Offer’ to customers

    New Delhi: Global Internet and technology conglomerate LeEco has now partnered with Reliance Jio for its ‘Jio Welcome Offer’, which by virtue of the unparalleled offer of free unlimited voice and data services opens up a world of possibilities and grants them unlimited freedom to access content and information anytime anywhere.

  • ‘Freaky Ali’ team backs Kapil, says ‘no need to crucify him’

    NewDelhi: The ‘Freaky Ali’ team including Arbaaz Khan, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Sohail Khan recently came in support of comedian Kapil Sharma, who is facing flak post his ‘ache din’ diatribe directed at Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  • Modi, Ghani meet, demand end to state-sponsored terrorism

    New Delhi: Expressing grave concern at continued use of terrorism for achieving political objectives in the region, India and Afghanistan today called for an end to all sponsorship and sanctuaries to terrorists, in what is seen as a message to Pakistan.

  • Keralite celebrate Onam; CM attacks Shah over Vamana greetings

    Thiruvananthapuram, Keralites today celebrated Onam with traditional fervour and gaiety. The day also saw a political controversy with BJP President Amit Shah’s ‘Vamana Jayanthi’ greetings on Onam eve evoking protest from political leaders, including Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan who demanded an apology from Shah for “misinterpreting” legend.

  • Baloch activists protest against Pakistan outside UN

    New York: A group of Baloch activists has held protests against Pakistan outside the UN headquarters here, demanding freedom and highlighting Pakistan’s crimes against humanity in Balochistan.

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    Celebrate Hindi Diwas with this Jhakkas! Mumbaiya Hindi terms

    Mumbai, the city of dreams, is not only famous for Gateway of India, Juhu beach, vada-pav and cutting chai, but also for the ‘Mumbaiya Hindi’. The locals will train you to understand, manage and get along with the language! The language is the inter-mingling of many cosmopolitans influenced by other languages like Marathi, Gujarati and Konkani, among others, but keeping original Hindi as the base. Today on occasion of Hindi Diwas we bring to

  • Chikungunya toll rises to six in Delhi

    New Delhi: An 80-year-old man from Ghaziabad has died of chikungunya complications at a private hospital in Delhi, as the toll from the vector-borne disease mounted to six in the national capital.

  • Curfew lifted in Bengaluru as normalcy returns

    Bengaluru: Curfew has been lifted in Bengaluru as normalcy returned on Wednesday, two days after violence shook the country’s tech hub in protest against the release of Cauvery river water by Karnataka to Tamil Nadu, police said.

  • IIT Bombay students face monkey menace on campus

    Mumbai: Students of the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay (IIT-B), Powai, are coping with the ‘monkey business’ on the institute’s 550-acre campus located next to the Sanjay Gandhi National Park.

  • SC orders status quo on medical counselling in MP

    New Delhi, The Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered status quo in admission to undergraduate medical courses in private medical institutes in Madhya Pradesh on a contempt plea by the state government.