Free Press Journal
  • Definitely want biopic, says Sakshi

    New Delhi : Rio Olympics bronze medallist wrestler Sakshi Malik on Friday said she definitely wanted a biopic on her if it encourages the traditional sport.

  • Darshan scripts PT Academy win

    Mumbai : Darshan Bhanushali snared an impressive seven wickets including a hat-trick to lead Pravin Tambe Academy to a six-wicket win over Hiranandani Foundation Club, in the second round of the Under-12 Junior Champions League cricket tournament, organized by N.L. Dalmia High School, Mira-Bhayander, at the Oval Maidan.

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    Naxals burn 40 trucks in Gadchiroli

    Surajgadh: Naxals in Surajgadh, Etapalli taluka stopped 40 vehicles plying near the mines in Gadchiroli and set them on fire. The incident took place in the early hours on Friday. These vehicles were carrying materials from iron mines.

  • Birth certificate not needed in new policy for issuing passports

    New Delhi: In a new passport policy announced on Friday, the External Affairs Ministry has eased various stringent rules and allowed self-attestation of various documents required to annexed with the application. The number of documents to be submitted is also reduced from 15 to 9.

  • Jung meets PM Modi, CM Kejriwal; says wanted to quit earlier

    New Delhi: Lt Governor Najeeb Jung on Friday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi who is believed to have given a go ahead to his decision to quit, while on two earlier occasions he had persuaded him against the step.

  • CBI lodges case against officials of bank controlled by BJP MP Pritam Munde

    Mumbai: The Central Bureau of Investigation has registered a case against a bank manager and two other officials from Vaidyanath Co-Operative Urban Bank Limited at Pimpri-Chinchwad, of which Pankaja Munde, the Minister for Women and Child Development and Rural Development, is one of the board members. Pankaja’s younger sister Pritam Munde, a BJP MP, is one of the directors of this bank. The CBI went on to assert it has concrete evidence against the bank

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    Political tussle on to claim Shivaji’s legacy ahead of PM Modi’s visit

    Mumbai: The tiff between Bharatiya Janta Party and Shiv Sena continued a day before the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to lay the foundation stone of a grand memorial for Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj off Mumbai’s coast in the Arabian Sea as the venue has been hijacked by the BJP with saffron flags adorning the entire Girgaum Chowpatty area. Meanwhile, the Sena is likely to show its strength at Modi’s rally to be held at

  • Berlin attack suspect is killed by police in Milan

    Milan: The Tunisian man suspected of driving a truck into a crowded Christmas market in Berlin was killed on Friday in a shootout with police in Milan, ending a Europe-wide manhunt, Italy’s interior minister said. Checks conducted after the shootout showed “the person killed, without a shadow of a doubt, is Anis Amri, the suspect of the terrorist attack,” Interior Minister Marco Minniti said.

  • Pro-Gaddafi hijackers surrender in Malta airport, hostage passengers freed

    Valletta: Hijackers claiming to have a grenade took over a Libyan plane on Friday and diverted it to Malta before releasing everyone on board and surrendering to authorities, officials said. “Final crew members leaving aircraft with hijackers,” Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said on Twitter. Minutes later, he added: “Hijackers surrendered, searched and taken in custody”.

  • Mumbai: Tamil Nadu in Malad!

    Mumbai: One was greeted with a ‘Vanakkam’ and the Tamil Brahmi script on the school’s arch when visiting the Children’s Academy in Malad.

  • Mumbai: Post-mortem staff facing equipment crunch at Rajwadi

    Mumbai: Despite being the busiest autopsy centre in the city, the Rajawadi post-mortem centre is unable to provide basic equipment to its staff, which has to purchase, at their cost, equipment like the knife and hacksaw blade for their work.

  • Pervert who harassed girls on Mumbai cops radar

    Mumbai: The city police and crime branch are in desperate search of a pervert who has created panic in the western suburbs since over a month. The sources in Crime Branch told the Free Press Journal that the pervert is in his early 30s, rides a motorcycle and follows high profile women and flashes at secluded places like an elevator of a building or near staircase.

  • Mumbai: Sisters wrongfully confined in Malad house by parents

    They were forced to stay away from all socialising networks; their phones, laptops and all modes of communication were confiscated. Their friends alleged that the father had hired some detectives to follow and keep watch on the daughters Shivangi and Samira since last one month.

  • Mumbai: Traffic arrangements in Bandra for Christmas

    Mumbai: The traffic police department has made special traffic arrangements in the city for a jam-free Christmas this year. Accordingly, the traffic department has this year made some specific arrangements for roads like B.J Road, Mt Carmel Road, Pereira Road, Lilavati Junction, Hill Road etc. According to the new arrangements by the traffic department, Mt Mary Road will be closed for all types of vehicles except vehicles of local residents.

  • Mumbai: Two persons buried alive under rubble

    Thane: Two labourers working on the construction site of Tata Consultancy Services building, died after the mud collapsed into the pit, burying them alive. This incident took place at Hirandani Estate in Patli pada, off Ghodbunder Road, Thane. It is feared that few more may be buried inside.

  • Chaitany Lahari (vibrations) in Sahaja Yoga

    In Her discourse H.H. Mataji Nirmaladevi, Founder of Sahaja Yoga said, “Vibrations or  Chaitany Lahari, are the feeling of the all-pervading divine power within yourself on your central nervous system.  You can feel this  Chaitanya Lahari for the first time after self-realisation,   ending up on your fingertips where the sympathetic centres are located. So you start feeling on your hand the universal language which is spoken by the hand on the different centres and thus rapport

  • Need to update policies in view of changes in print sector: Venkaiah

    Venkaiah Naidu, Minister for Information and Broadcasting said that the vision of the Government is to position the nation on a sustainable growth trajectory. The vision has been depicted in the Government of India Calendar 2017 with the theme ‘Mera Desh Badal Raha Hai, Aage Badh Raha Hai’, which was released during the event. He also released the Press in India Report 2015-16 prepared by Registrar of Newspapers of India.