Free Press Journal
  • President Trump’s first chat with Prime Minister Modi

    Washington: US President Donald Trump was scheduled speak to Prime Minister Narendra Modi late Tuesday night over the phone, the White House said, four days after he was sworn-in as the 45th President of America. “The President speaks with Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi,” the White House said as it released Trump’s schedule for the day.

  • SRK’s train journey for ‘Raees’: One person dead at Vadodara station

    New Delhi: Superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s promotional train journey from Mumbai to Delhi for his film “Raees” took a controversial turn when a person at the Vadodara railway station died and two others got injured in the fan frenzy, following which BJP leaders slammed the actor. Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu has ordered a probe into the matter.

  • Mumbai: Masjid Bunder fire: All six burn victims from the same family

    Mumbai: In the Masjid Bunder fire on Monday, six children were rushed to the hospital who suffered severe burn injuries. All the children are from one family only. Among the six, the 13-year-old Ramzaan Khan suffered 80 per cent burns while his brother Salman Khan a 12-year-old suffered 20 per cent burn injuries. Ramzaan is kept in an isolated ward at Jamshedji Jeejiboy Hospital, while Salman is in the general ward for further treatment.

  • Tremor in Ayodhya

    BJP evokes Ram Temple ahead of UP polls

    New Delhi: Raising the Ram Temple issue ahead of the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, state BJP Chief Keshav Prasad Maurya on Tuesday said that a “grand” Ram Temple will be built in Ayodhya after the polls. “It’s not an election issue for us. It’s a matter of faith,” he said.

  • Mumbai: Rickshaw driver’s daughter fulfills father’s dream, becomes CA

    Mumbai: The daughter of an auto rickshaw driver has finally cleared the Chattered Account (CA) exams in her sixth attempt. The 25-year-old Steffi Pereira who cracked the CA final exam said that it was her father’s dream that she has fulfilled after two years.

  • Mumbai: Andheri, Jogeshwari and Vile Parle plagued by traffic, hawkers

    Mumbai: Famous for its beaches and star celebrities whose bungalows align the coast, the K west ward (Andheri, Jogeshwari and Ville Parle) of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is one of the city’s largest civic wards.

  • Mumbai: KC college students construct 107 toilets in Saphale village

    Mumbai: The students of Kishinchand Chellaram (KC) College have gone a step ahead to bring about social development and have constructed 107 toilets at Karvale in Saphale village in Palghar district. Over 250 students, part of the NSS (National Service Scheme) unit of the college, constructed 67 toilets in the year 2016.

  • Mumbai: Elphinstone College awarded ‘A’ grade by NAAC

    Mumbai: Elphinstone College, which is one of the few government colleges in the city has been awarded ‘A’ grade by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), an autonomous institution of the University Grants Commission. The college has been given a CGPA of 3.05 with the ‘A’ Grade standing for ‘Very Good.’ NAAC looks into criteria such as curriculum, teaching-learning, evaluation and infrastructure during its assessment.

  • Pluralism in Religions

    In the dawning global age we can no longer claim that any one religion is the only truth for all humanity any more than we can claim that one language, culture or way of life is the best for all. We must have a broad enough view to recognize what is of value in the different peoples and cultures of the globe from so-called aborigines, who have a much deeper understanding of