Free Press Journal
  • Congress moves EC, seeks withdrawal, derecognition of BJP symbol

    New Delhi: Branding Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “Diwali, Ramzan bhed-bhav” remark as deplorable, Secretary of the Legal and Human Rights Department of the Congress party K.C. Mittal on Monday appealed to the Election Commission to exercise its constitutional powers and take stern action to ensure that free and fair elections are held. Mittal told ANI that the Bharatiya Janata Party symbol should be withdrawn and should be derecognized.

  • IPL 2017: Afghan players Rashid Khan, Mohammad Nabi creats history

    Bengaluru: Spinner Rashid Khan and all-rounder Mohammed Nabi were on Monday bought by defending champions Sunrisers Hyderabad, making them the first Afghanistan cricketers to be bought by an Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise at the ongoing auctions here.

  • Afridi

    As the Pakistani legend Afridi retires, we bring 10 things you never knew about him!

    Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi who has 27 Tests, 398 ODIs and 98 T20s to his credit, announced his retirement from international cricket on Sunday. The 36-year-old cricketer will continue to play domestic cricket for another two years. The star who is nicknamed ‘Boom Boom’ had already quit Tests in 2010 and ODIs in 2015 but played at the 2016 world championships in India.

  • Mumbai: Aarey Colony is forestland, Vanshakti NGO tells green tribunal

    Mumbai: In an affidavit filed in February 2016, the forest department had said that Aarey Colony was not a forest. However, the NGO Vanashakti has submitted an affidavit to the National Green Tribunal stating that the Aarey Colony land owned by state government’s Forest Division is a part of Sanjay Gandhi National Park and therefore is a part is a forest land.

  • Malayalam actress molested: No fear of law and police in Kerala under Left govt: Cong

    New Delhi: Days after a popular Malayalam actress was allegedly molested by her driver in Ernakulum district of Kerala, Member of All India Mahila congress, Shobha Oza, blamed the Communist Party governance in state asserting that crime is on the rise under the Pinarayi Vijayan-led government.

  • Watch video: Navjot Singh Sidhu flirts with Kangana on The Kapil Sharma Show

    Mumbai: Handsome hunk Shahid Kapoor and Kangana Ranaut came on The Kapil Sharma show on Sunday to promote their upcoming film ‘Rangoon’. While Saif Ali Khan was missing from the show, Kangana was all set to make the episode so flirty, that She flirted with Navjot Singh Sidhu and  as they narrated funny sayari’s to each other. Shahid Kapoor was struggling a bit to met up with the humour question, but he

  • Mumbai: Mahim Church turns tonnes of flower offerings into biogas

    In today’s times people are moving towards, recycling things and using it as compost, many residential societies have already adopted process of degrading waste. Now even church have followed the same path. St Michael’s Church in Mahim has adopted a unique way to reuse its waste.

  • ‘Saamana’ has no intention to breach poll code: Raut to SEC on BJP complaint

    Mumbai: Responding to the BJP’s complaint on publication of ‘objectionable’ content in Shiv Sena mouthpiece ‘Saamana’, its executive editor Sanjay Raut today wrote to the State Election Commission saying the daily had no intention to violate the poll code which is in force for ongoing civic and local bodies elections.

  • Capgemini India chief says 65% of IT employees not retrainable

    Mumbai: With the domestic IT industry staring at a shift in nature of work due to increasing use of digital technologies, a leading firm has said a majority of the workforce cannot imbibe the required emerging skill-sets, and warned of high job losses at the middle and senior levels.

  • Shahid Afridi announces international retirement

    Sharjah (United Arab Emirates): Legendary Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi today announced his retirement from international cricket, ending an illustrious and sometimes controversial 21-year career.