Free Press Journal
  • Sania Mirza – Barbora Strycova in third round of Wuhan Open

    Wuhan (China) : Indian star Sania Mirza and her doubles partner Barbora Strycova defeated Gabriela Dabrowski and Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez over three hard fought sets to enter the third round of the Wuhan Open tennis tournament here on Tuesday.

  • Mumbai gets two specialty clinics at Cooper Hospital

    Mumbai: Children suffering from various blood related and pulmonary ailments will get a major relief from the two speciality clinics that have been started at Cooper Hospital in Juhu.

  • Mumbai civic body failed to send notices on open spaces, alleges Nirupam

    Mumbai: Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam on Tuesday alleged that the civic body has failed to send notices to some of the ‘influential’ organizations that are controlling the open spaces under the interim policy, whereas, civic chief Ajoy Mehta has denied the claims and have cleared that the civic body will send the notices at the earliest.

  • MPCB reveals water bodies in Mumbai highly polluted

    Mumbai: The figures from Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) who is monitoring the water quality in India under National Water Quality Monitoring Programme revealed that several water bodies in the city which includes Mithi River, Versova beach, Charni Road Chowpatty and the sea water at Gateway of India are having higher amount of Bio chemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) which is considered as polluted.

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    Sheena Bora: Mumbai CBI says nothing to do with leaked audio clips

    Mumbai: In a bid to clarify its stand over the ‘leaking’ of ‘audio clips’ pertaining to the high profile murder mystery of Sheena Bora, the Central Bureau of Investigations (CBI) on Tuesday told a special court that it has nothing to do with the clips.

  • Dalal Saloni creates National Record

    Mumbai : Saloni Dalal from Karnataka smashed the national record by more than 2 seconds to clinch gold in the 200m Breaststroke with a time of   02:44.37 beating the existing record of 02:46.49, on the Day 4 of the 70th Glenmark Senior National Aquatic Championships.

  • Maha govt approves two Mumbai Metro rail corridors

    Mumbai: Maharashtra cabinet on Tuesday approved two metro rail corridors—DN Nagar to Mankhurd and Wadala to Kasarvadavli—with a total investment of Rs 25,535 crore.

  • Pakistan frowns at India move on Indus treaty

    Islamabad : Pakistan on Tuesday warned India that unilateral revocation of the 56-year-old Indus Waters Treaty would be treated as an “act of war” saying it could also approach the UN and the International Court of Justice if the water-sharing pact is suspended. “It is the most successful water treaty ever conducted between two countries. Its revocation can be treated as an act of war or a hostile action against Pakistan,” the

  • Mumbai slum dwellers against rehabilitation survey

    Mumbai: The residents of gaothans on airport land have been keeping vigil outside Sahar village, Andheri East and the officials from the collector’s office are not allowed to enter the gaothan to carry out a survey of the houses on encroached plots on airport land.

  • MCGM to inaugurate new Disaster Management control room

    Mumbai: The Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) is to inaugurate the new high tech Disaster Management control room on the second floor of the head quarters by the first week of December. The need of the control room was essential as there was an urgent need to expand the space as the staff has increased and the controlling and monitoring system needed a change.

  • Carmelites Sports Club rally to down Young XI 2-1

    Mumbai : Carmelites Sports Club staged a solid recovery to put it across Young XI 2-1 in an engrossing Men’s Premier Division match of the 15th Bandra West Football League 2016, sponsored by Baba Siddique & Jeeshan Siddique and conducted by the BWFA (Bandra West Football Association) and played at the Dr. Norman Lewis Supari Talao, Municipal grounds. After Amir Sayed put Young XI in the lead, Carmelites fought back with two

  • Desi lawyer kills nine in US shooting spree

    New York : An Indian-origin lawyer in military style clothing emblazoned with a swastika pointing to his Nazi sympathies went on an early morning shooting rampage injuring nine persons in Houston city on Monday, before he was killed by police, authorities said.

  • Mumbai convict jumps parole, police on lookout

    Mumbai: The JJ Marg police are on the lookout for a convict who has allegedly jumped  parole. The accused has been identified as Abdul Rashid Shaikh.

  • To obey or not: Karnataka in a fix over Supreme Court order

    New Delhi/Bengaluru : The Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered Karnataka to release 6,000 cusecs of water per day to Tamil Nadu for the next three days. That will be a total of 18,000 cusecs.

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    Mumbai woman held for cheating 18 people

    Mumbai: A 23-year-old woman was arrested by Dharavi police for allegedly cheating 18 people to the tune of Rs 1.27 crore and 1.3kg of gold in Dharavi. The accused has been identified as Sudha Tevar.