Free Press Journal
  • Sprint double for Shriya and Harsh

    Mumbai : Shriya Kolge, State women’s 400m hurdles champion,  swept the 200m women’s field for her second gold and so too her VPM Sports Club mate Harsh Rana, who in a thrilling finish  claimed men’s gold on the second of the Poinsur Gymkhana Open athletic championships, held under  their Uttar Mumbai Krida Mahotsav Sports fiesta, at their gymkhana on Saturday.

  • Western, Navy bow out in quarters

    Mumbai : Local challengers, Western Railway and Indian Navy bowed out at the quarter-final stage of the Union Bank of India & IDBI Bank-51st All India Bombay Gold Cup Hockey Tournament, organized by the Mumbai Hockey Association Limited (MHAL) under the auspices of Hockey India.

  • Divorce appeals in 90 days: Bombay High Court

    Mumbai : The Bombay High Court on Thursday held that an appeal against the verdict of the Family Court can be filed within a period of 90 days. The decision of the HC comes as a relief to estranged Hindu couples who want challenge the orders, decrees or verdicts of the Family Courts.

  • 13,860 cr declared under IDS not mine, says Gujarat bizman

    Gandhinagar : In a twist of sorts, low-profile Ahmedabad businessman, Mahesh Shah, who declared a whopping Rs 13,860 crore of black money under the Government’s Income Declaration Scheme (IDS) and went missing without paying the first instalment of tax, emerged before the media to disclose that the amount was not his but belonged to a powerful coterie of ”politicians, businessmen and officers”.

  • Pixelate your hair, the newest trend

    Pixel Hair Colour Trend is the latest trend to make people go gaga. Sapna Sarfare suggests the right way to approach it and look good afterwards.

  • Don’t infiltrate Jandhan ac/s, PM warns culprits

    Moradabad(UP) : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday asked the poor Jandhan bank account holders not to return the scrapped notes stashed in their accounts as it is now their money. They should not oblige the rich black-marketeers who will now queue up before their houses for withdrawal of the money so deposited, he said.

  • The art of creating wealth from equity market

    Creating wealth from stock market requires broader understanding of market fundamentals and individual businesses as well as hunting for opportunities which have multi-year growth prospects. No matter where the headline index goes, when you invest in quality stocks it means buying a piece of business with conviction, says A L I Chougule 

  • The magic potion called Enthusiasm

    All moods are infectious: sad mood, angry or irritable mood, and even enthusiastic mood, writes Dr Shrirang Bakhle

  • Anand & Madhura Katti

    Travel diaries to Alexandria

    Alexandria’s ocean-front looked like Mumbai’s Marine Drive without high rise towers, write Anand & Madhura Katti

  • Demonetising the karmic account

    Mindfulness in all aspects of life, over a period of time transfigures our inner personalities so that we can separate chaff from the grain, writes Ravi Valluri

  • Portals that solve cash crunch

    The demonetisation of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1,000 notes has hit the common man hard. The last few days have seen maddening rush for withdrawal and exchange at banks, ATMs and post offices, and many are still returning home with no money in their wallets because ATMs are running out of cash in no time.

  • Making the way: Mobile wallets

    In the cashless era, mobile wallets are making their way. Individuals use wallet for different purpose from mobile recharge mobile or to make taxi payments and even shopping.

  • 7 lakh will be ‘trained’ in 3 hours in today’s mega government show!

    BHOPAL : The participants who have started reaching the city from different districts to attend the mega “Training Programme of Government Public Welfare Schemes” at Jamboori Maidan on Sunday, do know where and how the ‘training’ would be given. According to the government’s own estimates, around 7 lakh persons will be attending the programme, which will last for three hours – from 11 am to 2 pm.

  • Film shoot at juvenile home despite great escape

    Mumbai : Almost four months after 10 juveniles escaped from the David Sassoon Industrial home at Matunga, the doors of this institution were thrown open for the shooting of film, Raees.