Free Press Journal
  • Curfew lifted from all parts of Kashmir

    Srinagar: Curfew was lifted from all parts of Kashmir today but restrictions on assembly of people remained in force in most areas as a precautionary measures.

  • Monsoon set to withdraw late from Mumbai

    Mumbai: With more heavy rains expected in the next 48 hours and the winds continuing to move in north-easterly direction, the monsoon withdrawal in the city is likely to commence only in the second week of October.

  • Maratha community: Silent march in Pune today

    Pune: After holding protests in various districts of Maharashtra, members of the Maratha community will organise a silent march here tomorrow to press for their demands.

  • MMRDA, TERI set up need-based programmes for infrastructure

    Mumbai: Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) and The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) have set up need-based collaborative programmes in local, national and global context while developing regional infrastructure.

  • Registrar takes action against society chairman

    Mumbai: In a swift move, within 20 days of filing a complaint, the deputy registrar of societies, P B Satpute, K east ward, removed the chairman of Shi Ridhi Sidhi CHS, Vile Parle East under Section 73(1)(D) of Maharashtra Co-operative Society Act. Five out of seven committee members had asked for his removal on account of various acts of impropriety. The Society and its Managing committee took a strong stand on the

  • Omar should make Centre initiate talks or resign: Hurriyat

    Srinagar: Former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah should press the Centre to initiate a “genuine” political process in Jammu and Kashmir or “resign” if his efforts in this regard fail, moderate Hurriyat Conference headed by Mirwaiz Umar Farooq on Saturday said.

  • Gujarat withdraws order to suspend 10 pc EBC quota

    Gandhinagar : Whether an innocent gaffe or a strategic gamble, the Vijay Rupani-led BJP government in Gujarat issued a notification on Friday keeping in abeyance the 10% quota for Economically Backward Classes in jobs and admissions to educational institutes, but withdrew it later in the night.