Free Press Journal
  • Mentally deranged boy kills mother

    Ujjain : In a bizarre incident at Kanhakhedi village, near Ujjain a mentally deranged boy killed his mother using a woodden log, yesterday.

  • Pune pip Mumbai

    Pune : Mumbai City FC tasted a rare away win after putting it across FC Pune City 1-0 in their opening match of the Hero Indian Super League (HISL) at Balewadi Stadium, Pune, on Monday.

  • Ujjain to be declared Open Defecation Free soon

    Ujjain : Collector, Sanket Bhondve has issued strict orders to all concerned officials to begin work on a war-footing to make the temple city Open Defecation Free(ODF)in the next 4 months.

  • Sathaye College girls win

    Mumbai : State-ranked Manasi Chiplunkar from Vaze College and Siddhi Kolekar from T.P.Bhatia Jr. College, earned the individual spots as Sathaye College defeated Vaze College 3-2 to retain the girls team honours, in the DSO (Divisional Sports Office)’s Mumbai  Suburban District table tennis tournament, hosted and sponsored by Vision Sports Reconnect and Fairplay Sports Management at at St Francis D’Assisi Ground, Borivali on Monday.

  • Stray cattle hits bike; girl killed on spot

    Ujjain: Authorities seem to be in a fix over the issue of stray cattle on the city roads, as one more person lost her life when a cow hit the bike on which she was travelling. The 17-year-old girl, Jasoda, was travelling to Dewas with her father Gumansingh Suryavanshi and brother Govind, when the incident happened around 10 pm at Nagziri. Jasoda lost her life instantly, while the other two were seriously

  • Iconic Mumbai dance bars all set for a comeback

    Mumbai: The iconic dance bars in the city are set to make a return in the city within a week with many joints undergoing a process of renovation and calling their dancers and other staff to work at these places.

  • Kashmir Issue: India’s response to Pakistan

    The debate over possible Indian responses to identifiable terrorist attacks appears to have now reached inflection point with the Indian army’s ‘surgical strike’ across the LoC in the early hours of September 29. Regardless of whether or not such Special Forces operations were carried out in the past, the open admission of last Thursday’s raid on terrorist staging posts inside enemy territory symbolises India’s reversal of the doctrine of ‘strategic restraint’ and the

  • Mumbai scamster dupes 250 investors to the tune of Rs 35 cr

    Mumbai: A total of 250 investors including doctors and businessmen have been duped to the tune of Rs.35 crore by  scamster Mohan Prasad Srivastava and his associates.The scam amount is  expected to boom in the coming days as more victims approach the police.

  • Maharashtra government to protect Mumbai marine ecosystem

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Monday stated that his government is working on beach cleaning and liquid waste management as part of efforts to protect the marine ecosystem.

  • Progress report on controlling Mumbai’s Mithi River pollution

    Mumbai: After following the orders given by National Green Tribunal (NGT), Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) has demanded a progress report from the municipal corporation for setting up sewage treatment plants along the Mithi River for controlling the pollution in the river.

  • Group exhibition of paintings & Sculptures

    Aakriti Art Gallery presents an exhibition of paintings and sculptures by masters and other eminent artists. The gallery will showcase works by artists like Ramkumar, Satish Gujral, Jogen Chowdhury, Sakti Burman, BhupenKhakhar, Lalu Prasad Shaw, Ganesh Haloi, Manu Parekh, Aditya Basak, Samir Mondal, Samindranath Majumdar, Amitava Dhar, Sudip Roy, Sekhar Roy, Asim Basu, Sunil Kumar Das, Akhil Chandra Das and Tapas Biswas during the Indian Art Festival.