Free Press Journal
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    No more ‘Aam’, its ‘Khaas’ Aadmi Party now, says BJP

    New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has described the Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) as a “Khaas Aadmi Party (KAP), as its leadership was nowhere to be found when the capital city is reeling from the impact of Chikungunya and Dengue.

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    Mumbai : Getting high fever, rush for a dengue test

    Mumbai, Even as the municipal corporation is investigating the two suspected dengue deaths in the city, doctors in various hospitals are concerned about the fact that the patients are being detected late and coming in only after serious complications.

  • Mumbai: French technique for better shoulder solder

    Mumbai, A 68 year-old patient from Mumbai became one of the first to undergo a shoulder surgery using a French technique with a higher rate of success. Shoulder fracture is one of the most common forms of injuries in the upper body.

  • Mumbai : Missing blind nurse feared caught in flesh trade?

    Mumbai, A 25-year-old blind woman, who went missing in May this year, may have been trapped in a prostitution racket. Maya, a private nurse had gone missing from her Gokul Nagar residence at Akurli road in Kandivali (E) on May 10 this year.

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    TRUTH — Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

    Truth is that which does not change. Examine your life and identify all that changes as “not truth”. With this outlook, you will find that you are surrounded by only untruth.

  • SC stay on deemed university admissions brings relief

    Mumbai, With the Supreme Court staying the admission process ongoing in deemed universities in the state, many medical aspirants and parents breathe a sigh of relief.

  • Kashmir Issue: A resignation in Srinagar

    Those closely tracking Kashmir politics were not surprised when Tariq Hameed Karra, a founding member of the ruling People’s Democratic Party, resigned his membership of the party and his seat in the Lok Sabha from Srinagar. A veteran colleague of the late Mufti Mohammed Syed, the PDP founder and father of Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, Karra was all along opposed to the party’s alliance with the BJP. Failing to appreciate the wider

  • Mumbai : Alert diver saves tourist at Radio Club

    Mumbai, The prompt response of Mumbai police and diver Peer Mohammad, who works in Colaba’s Radio Club as a pool operator, saved the life of a 26-year-old tourist who had come to Mumbai from Gwalior.

  • Hindu society doesn’t need sham taboos

    Despite Manohar Lal Khattar’s belated attempt to dampen the Hindutva fervour of Haryana officials by warning them that only one government department was authorised to collect meat samples to be tested if they were beef, it was a dismal Id-Ul-Zuha (Bakr-Eid) in Mewat district (now renamed Nuh) where more than 10 per cent of the population of over a million is Muslim. The police had stern orders from the chief minister’s Bharatiya

  • Mumbai: Monsoon withdrawal delayed

    Mumbai, Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) on Friday predicted heavy rainfall in the city for the next three days.  IMD officials stated that a low pressure area is forming which is moving from the east coast to the west coast resulting in heavy rainfall in the city.

  • Only genuine FDI welcome, but will it come?

    Our exports have declined continuously in the last 17 months. FIIs have become sellers in the last two years. These and many other indicators point towards a withdrawal from globalisation. Countries are finding that free trade and free movement of capital is not helping them raise incomes of their people. That means that we cannot attain prosperity by the export route that was taken by China.

  • Ganesh Festival: 14 killed in Maharashtra Ganesh Visarjan rush

    Mumbai, Even as lakhs of Mumbaikars went to bid an emotional adieu on Thursday to their favourite elephant-headed deity Ganesha, 14 people were reported killed across various parts of the state in Ganesh immersion related accidents, PTI reported.

  • Mumbai: HC orders drive against illegal hoardings

    Mumbai, Upon being informed about the political parties rampantly violating its orders and displaying hoardings illegally, especially during Ganesh festival, the Bombay High Court on Friday directed all the Municipal Corporations to conduct special drives of removing such hoardings across the State.

  • Mumbai: HC reserves order on NEET till Monday

    Mumbai, After hearing all the arguments, Bombay High Court on Friday reserved its order on the contentious issue of domicile restrictions in admissions to private medical and dental colleges under National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET), for Monday.

  • Maharashtra cabinet approves court infrastructure policy

    Mumbai, The Maharashtra cabinet on Friday approved the court infrastructure policy with a view to provide maximum amenities and improve the condition of court buildings in the state. The policy will be helpful for construction of court buildings and residential quarters for judges as well as expansion and repairs of existing infrastructure, a statement from the government read.

  • HC asks govt to list swine flu test labs

    The Bombay High Court directed the Maharashtra government to file an affidavit stating the number of H1N1 labs available across the State for examining Swine Flu virus.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Avoid negativity and fears about the future. There is possibility of throat infection. Storm in a cup of tea is likely. Be Careful while on the wheels.