Free Press Journal
  • Govt permits Pakistan artistes to work in India: Nawazuddin

    Mumbai: Coming out in support of Pakistani actors, Bollywood actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui on Sunday said Pakistani artistes are permitted into India by the government, which has proper policies to handle such issues.

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    Thane builder asked to pay 2.20L to flat-owner

    Thane: Thane District Consumer Redressal Forum has directed a local builder to pay Rs 2.20 lakh as compensation to a man, along with possession of a flat booked by him, in a case of violation of the Maharashtra Ownership Flats Act (MOFA).

  • Mumbai: Barun Kashyap may face arrest this week

    Mumbai: The problem seems to be aggravating for 24-year-old creative director Barun Kashyap, who in August alleged that he was harassed by cow vigilantes in the city while he was on the way to his workplace in an auto-rickshaw from residence in suburban Andheri.

  • Several PM centres in Mumbai lack even basic facilities

    Mumbai: Despite carrying out important medico-legal work of conducting autopsies for knowing cause of death, several post-mortem centres in the city lack basic facilities and are also suffering from shortage of staff to carry out this work.

  • Mumbai records dip in ailments compared to last year

    Mumbai: The city recorded a dip in ailments last month as compared to last year, according to data provided by the civic health department.  Last year, out of 2,779 cases, 828 were positive with 29.8 per cent and this year the count dropped to 335 positive cases out of 1,595 with 21 per cent.

  • DG BSF briefs Rajnath Singh on security situation

    New Delhi: Home Minister Rajnath Singh was briefed about the security situation in Jammu and Kashmir’s Baramulla after an Indian Army camp came under attack by fidayeen militants on Sunday night.

  • 1 BSF jawan killed in terror attack on army, BSF camps in Baramulla

    Srinagar: One BSF jawan was killed while another injured when terrorists tonight carried out a ‘fidayeen’ (suicide) attack on a BSF and adjoining army camps in Baramulla, barely four days after the Indian Special Forces smashed seven terror launch pads during a surgical strike across the Line of Control (LoC).

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    Spell of rainfall in Mumbai to continue for next 24 hrs: IMD

    Mumbai: Mumbai is witnessing rainfall from the past many days, however, the amount of rainfall recorded on Sunday was 7.50mm in the island city, whereas, it was 1.71mm in the eastern and 1.36mm in the western suburbs.

  • Mumbai: Malad cops not registering plaint against hubby, alleges lady

    Mumbai: A 28-year-old woman has alleged that she has been repeatedly physically and mentally tortured by her husband for the past three years. However, the Malad police have still not registered a First Information Report (FIR) in this matter.

  • Roadblocks cleared, MBMC’s water plan on fast track mode

    Bhayandar: After landing into troubled waters on the issue of forest clearances, here is a silver lining from the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) which would boost the speed of the its 75 MLD water supply project. Thanks to the swift action by civic chief Dr Naresh Gite, some major hurdles have been cleared to ensure that the project is fast tracked.

  • Mumbai school kids take oath for cleanliness

    Bhayandar: To mark the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti and completion of two years of Swachh Bharat Mission, the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) launched a special cleanliness drive in the region for health and hygiene in the region.

  • New medical therapies increase life of Mumbai elders: Experts

    New therapies such as percutaneous valve replacement, soluble stents, collateral devices for complex diseases, peripheral arterial devices, pacemakers for heart with better pharmacotherapy and cardiovascular rehabilitation programmes have given a newer lease to elderly patients

  • Just wait and watch: Rajnath Singh to Pak

    New Delhi : Asserting that the world has seen and acknowledged the valour of the Indian Army after it targeted terror launch pads in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) in a surgical strike, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday called on Islamabad to simply wait and watch for New Delhi’s next move.

  • Stone throwing, anti-India slogans spoil Wagah border ceremony

    Amritsar : A stone was thrown during the otherwise low-key Retreat ceremony on Sunday evening at the Attari-Wagah joint checkpost, about 30 km from here, Border Security Force sources said. No one was injured in the incident.