Free Press Journal
  • Curfew in Srinagar continues following death of minor boy

    Srinagar: Curfew remained in force in seven police station areas of the city today following death of a minor boy, who was injured during clashes between protestors and security forces in Safakadal area of the city.

  • Indo-Pak border sealing good step: BJP

    New Delhi: Hailing Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh’s announcement that the border between India and Pakistan will be completely sealed by December 2018, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national secretary Shrikant Sharma on Saturday said India is developing new ways to thwart infiltrations and the priority is to dismantle terrorism.

  • PM Modi hails air warriors for ‘protecting our skies’

    New Delhi: With the Indian Air Force celebrating its 84th anniversary, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday saluted all the Air Force personnel and their families, thanking them for protecting the nations’ skies.

  • Force ready to take up any challenge: IAF chief

    New Delhi: Indian Air Force chief Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha on Saturday said the IAF is prepared to deal with “any challenge” in “most befitting manner”.

  • True celebration- II: Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

    When you know you are electricity – vibration or energy – then craving, greed, lust and anger disappear and you become true celebration.

  • Mumbai civic engineers call off strike

    CM and civic chief give positive response to their demand to arrest MNS leaders for their act of forcibly placing a placard in Chief Engineer’s (Road) hand

  • Parties gear up to question MCGM on number of potholes

    Mumbai: The Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai’s (MCGM) claim that there are only 36 potholes remaining in the city has given rise to more trouble as political parties have started questioning and conducting their surveys in the city to check the potholes.

  • Sanjay Nirupam gets threats for views over surgical strike

    Mumbai: Mumbai Congress president Sanjay Nirupam, who triggered a row by calling Army’s surgical strikes a “fake”, on Friday claimed to have received a “threat call” from alleged gangster Ravi Pujari asking him to tender a public apology over his remarks.

  • Mumbai BEST bus crushes man in Malad

    Mumbai: A 62-year-old biker died in a road accident on Friday afternoon when he came under the wheels of a BEST bus, which was being steered by its technical staffer near Nirlon society bus-stop in Malad (West).

  • Smugglers Arrested

    Foreign currency smuggler held at Mumbai airport

    Mumbai: The customs department intercepted one foreign currency smuggler, identified as Mohammad Kunhi Poker holding an Indian passport, at Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport when he was trying to leave the country for Dubai by Jet Airways on Thursday morning. The officials have recovered foreign currencies from his possession and it was equivalent to India’s Rs 14,08,432.

  • Expect dry climate from today in Mumbai: IMD

    Mumbai: Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) on Friday stated that the climate would remain dry from Saturday onwards due to absence of weather system.

  • Black-Money

    Mumbai scamsters lured docs, bizman of returns from their benami property

    Mumbai: Twenty-three doctors and businessmen who were duped to the tune of Rs 35 crore by  scamster Mohan Prasad Srivastava and his associates were allegedly lured by the benami 20,000 square feet carpet area property in Goregaon (E) which was allegedly promised to be transferred in the victim’s names.