Free Press Journal
  • Bombay High Court bats for tribals

    Mumbai : The Bombay High Court has urged citizens and NGOs to step in and help the tribal communities who are reeling under malnutrition across Maharashtra. The court also asked them not to rely on the State government for helping the affected people.

  • Bank officials held for `7-crore fraud

    Mumbai : Seven people have been booked by the Chitalsar police for alleged cheating, forgery and misappropriation of funds at Chandraseniya Kayastha Prabhu (CKP) co-operative bank to the tune of Rs.7 crore on Saturday. The fraud took place at Lok Puram branch of CKP Co-operative Bank at Chitalsar in Thane (W). They had defrauded the bank’s customers to the tune of Rs 6,92,19,047.

  • Cops told to probe complaints against developers in 90 days

    Mumbai : The Bombay High Court has directed the Commissioner of Mumbai Police to come up with a mechanism to ensure that investigations pertaining complaints against developers are completed within 90-days.

  • Preparations for Narmada Yatra reviewed

    SEONI-MALWA : Namami Devi Narmade Yatra would be initiated from December 11. This yatra would be in the district from 10 to 20 January and would move from Umradha to Umaria. District collector Avinash Lavania visited Anwli Ghat, Babri Ghat, Khapria and Bhiladia Ghat situated at village Hathanapur of Seoni-Malwa and gave the instructions to the officers to make preparations and for making the journey successful.

  • Ranveer Singh reveals the secret of his energy

    Is he high? Is a usual question that pops up looking at Ranveer Singh’s energy on screen or during any public appearance. An entire tank full of adrenaline, Ranveer Singh takes over every place he visits. Award functions, movie promotions, store openings or his performance in any film, Ranveer Singh is more like a nuclear bomb with highly compressed energy.