Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai: Linking Road stall owners protest against harassment from civic officials

    Mumbai: The Bandra-Khar Linking Road stall owners protested outside the ward office of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) at Bandra (west) on Friday to raise the issue of illegal demolition of their stalls. More than fifty stall owners protested silently with placards and banners claiming the constant harassment and interference of the BMC.

  • Mumbai: BMC’s maternity home at Khar gathering dust since 7 years

    Mumbai: Amidst the residential area of Khar (west), lies a five storey maternity home which is not functional since the time it was constructed. The maternity home, which is just opposite to the Khar Gymkhana, is a property of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) and has been lying vacant since the past seven years.

  • Bhabha Atomic Research Centre missing scientist found in ashram

    Mumbai: Babita Singh, the scientist who had disappeared from Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), who was last seen on January 23, has been found in an ashram at Puducherry. The police and her parents told they were relieved to hear of her whereabouts.

  • Mumbai: Duo print fake notes, splurge on bar girls

    Bhayandar: While the real estate sector is yet to emerge from the demonetisation blues, two cash strapped property dealers from Bhayandar in an attempt to paddle their crisis took to crime and started printing and circulating fake notes. The idea of becoming rich soon blinded the duo identified as- Rajendra Balu Takavale (36) and Chetan Umakant Patil (37) to such an extent that they started spending the counterfeit currency to fund a lavish lifestyle and

  • Mumbai: GRP busts inter-state gang of thieves

    Mumbai: The Railway police have arrested three members of an inter-state gang of thieves who committed thefts of 28 laptops of Apple Company by breaking open the parcel wagons of Bangalore bound Udyan Express last year. The trio are the residents of Firozabad district in Uttar Pradesh.


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