Free Press Journal
  • Another silent march in Latur by Dalits

    Mumbai: At a time when the Maratha community, through their silent protest marches across the state, has demanded a relook at the SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, the Dalit community on Wednesday took out a silent morcha in Latur district to demand that the Act should not be repealed.

  • Youth gets ‘new heart’ on eve of World Heart Day

    Mumbai : The eve of World Heart Day saw a 23-year-old Pune resident receive a heart transplant at Fortis Hospital in Mulund, after the organ was transported from Pune to Mumbai through the Green corridor.

  • Lead by example by Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj ji

    Good governance is not an alien concept for a country like India, as even today Ram Rajya connotes the highest achievable level of good governance. We must understand a fact that  good governance is impossible without statesmen who function according to dharma and spirituality. Aristotle had said that an ideal state would be the one that has a Philosopher King.

  • Pakistan Army again violates ceasefire on LoC in Kashmir

    Jammu: In yet another ceasefire violation after the Uri terror attack, Pakistani troops today targeted Indian positions with small firearms along the Line of Control in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir. However, there was no loss of life or injury to anyone in the firing, a police officer said.

  • Zodiac Circle Illustration

    Your day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Many people might enter your life now. The earlier passion and intensity will fizzle out and there could be new platonic associations which are useful for work and career enhancement.

  • Debt burden mounting on telecom operators: Study

    New Delhi :  The telecom operators are grappling with a huge debt burden of Rs 3.80 lakh crore, reinforcing a case for rationalisation of taxes and other levies, along with high spectrum charges, says a study.

  • Satara police pulled up, for asking septuagenarian to appear before HC

    Mumbai, While there is always a practise of court’s insisting parties (of a case) to remain present for the hearings, but in a rare event, the Bombay High Court recently sought an explanation from the Satara Police officials for directing a respondent to appear before the court.

  • Supreme Court allows Italian marine to stay back home for now

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Wednesday permitted Italian marine Chief Master Sergeant Massimiliano Latorre, one of the two accused of killing two Indian fishermen off the Kerala coast in 2012, to continue to stay in Italy till an international tribunal rules which country has the right to try the case.

  • Rahul Gandhi discontinues yatra to rush for RSS defamation case

    New Delhi : Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday suspended his Kisan Yatra in Uttar Pradesh after travelling to Bareilly and Rampur to rush to Guwahati for appearing on Thursday in a criminal defamation case filed against him in the Kamrup Metropolitan Court by a RSS worker in March.

  • Scuffle at Rahul’s road show in Bareilly

    Bareilly: A scuffle broke out between Congress workers and SPG personnel guarding Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi here on Wednesday as party activists tried to get close to garland him but were stopped. Eventually, Gandhi intervened to cool tempers on both sides.

  • Congress reiterates its support for isolating Pakistan globally

    New Delhi : The Congress on Wednesday reiterated its support to the Government of India for isolating Pakistan globally and said there should be a discussion about it in the Parliament and a unanimous decision must be taken on the matter.

  • Centre plans to transform coastal highway

    New Delhi : Union Road Transport and Highway Minister Nitin Gadkari has ordered drawing up a plan for developing a coastal highway along the Arabian Sea on the western coast of India on the lines of one in the United States to provide a scenic drive with the wayside amenities on the route to promote tourism.

  • Uri attack: NIA takes custody of PoK duo arrested by army

    Jammu/New Delhi : The NIA on Wednesday secured 10 days’ remand of two “guides” from Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir who allegedly facilitated infiltration by Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists responsible for the brazen attack on an army camp in Uri earlier this month. The two ¬- Faisal Hussain Awan and Ahsaan Khursheed – both residents of Muzaffarabad in PoK, were produced before a designated court in Jammu which remanded them in NIA’s custody.

  • Rajnath to visit Leh, Kargil on October 3-4

    New Delhi : As part of Centre’s efforts to reach out to Jammu and Kashmir, Home Minister Rajnath Singh will visit Leh and Kargil early next month and interact with a cross section of people there. Singh will visit Leh and Kargil on October 3 and 4 and interact with representatives of political parties, social organisations and individuals to seek their views on the present unrest in the Kashmir Valley, official sources said.The