Free Press Journal
  • Civic official fined for sexual harassment of junior colleague

    Mumbai : The Savitribai Phule Women Resource Centre (SPWRC) on Friday imposed a fine of Rs 1 lakh on Dr J. Keluskar, Deputy Education Officer in the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) who has been accused of sexual harassment in November. The centre has also demanded an unconditional apology from him.

  • Sanjay Raut warns BJP, says next Mayor will be from Shiv Sena

    Mumbai : Sanjay Raut has challenged the Bharatiya Janta Party and said, “Shiv Sensa will not buckle under any pressure. We will not beg and trail the BJP for any alliance.” Raut was speaking regarding the saffron alliance between the Sena and BJP.

  • APS students bag gold medals in cyber Olympiad

    Mhow : The students of APS, Mhow actively participated in the Olympiad organised by SOF and brought laurels to the school by achieving high ranks at the zonal level.

  • Marathas launch the ‘Rashtriya Maratha Party’

    Mumbai : After staging several silent protests across every district in Maharashtra, the Maratha morcha activists have come together and formed a new political outfit, the Rashtriya Maratha Party (RMP). The party officials told the Free Press Journal that they will contest the ensuing civic polls in major cities of Maharashtra like Pune, Pimpri-Chinchwad, Mumbai, Nashik and Solapur.

  • FRAMES WITH FESTIVE FERVOUR

    Sontu Montu School (SMS) on Saturday celebrated the festival of Makar Sankranti with great fervour on the school campus. Students were bubbling with joy while participating in the kite flying competition. Gils competed against boys and won the contest. Principal Dimple Maheshwari along with teachers also accompanied students. Photos by- Anand Shivre

  • Musical fiesta brings alive Goan music to Mumbai

    Mumbai : The Musical Fiesta Nite organised by the Goan Outreach Association (GOA) at Dublin Square in Phoenix Market City Mall, Kurla on Saturday brought back the fevour of Goa to Mumbai. The event full of Goan Konkani music and typical traditional dance was attended by over 2,500 people of all age groups from all parts of India and abroad.