Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai: Centre to give CRZ clearance for the coastal roads, after the visit of CM Devendra Fadnavis

    Mumbai: Finally the dead lock for the coastal roads if gone, coastal roads which was stuck due to the Coastal Regulatory Zone (CRZ), will finally get clearance. Mumbai’s proposed coastal road will get the final Coastal Regulatory Zone (CRZ) clearance in a week, said the Chief Minister following his meeting with Environment Minister Anil Dave. Finally the Devendra Fadanavis’s visit to Delhi has paid off well.

  • Key Highlights of US President Donald Trump’s first speech to the US Congress

    Donald Trump addressed the US Congress for the first time since his swearing in as US President. Since his inauguration, Trump has taken a strong position on issues of immigration, wherein he imposed a temporary ban on the inflow of migrants and refugees of seven-Muslim countries. US President also mentioned his plans regarding border security, tackling ISIS and creating a broad call for creating new jobs, overhauling the nation’s health care system and significantly

  • It a wonderful experience working with Pradeep and Ravindra sir, says Vishal Bhardwaj

    What are the shows you have done?
    My first show was ‘Itti Si Khushi’ on Sony TV, after that I did ‘Krishnadasi’, ‘Silsila Pyar Ka’ and ‘Sasural Simar Ka’. Apart from this, I also did some episodic shows like Savdhaan India, Bhakton Ki Bhakti Mein Shakti, Devlok With Devdutt Pattanaik and Maha episode of Sab TV’s Khidhki.

  • Officials: New Donald Trump order drops Iraq from travel ban list

    Washington,  US officials said President Donald Trump’s new immigration order will remove Iraq from the list of countries whose citizens face a temporary US travel ban. Four officials say the administration’s decision follows pressure from the Pentagon and State Department.

  • Sensationalism by media going too far

    It is most unfortunate that there is so much ado about a 20-year-old Delhi University student Gurmehar Kaur’s statement in the social media criticising the activities of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), the youth wing of the BJP. As has become normal practice, the media has gone berserk in sensationalising the young girl’s remarks. So disgusted and exasperated is Gurmehar with the media campaign ostensibly in support of her that she has now

  • China sabotaging India-Iran plans

    India’s plan to develop Chabahar port in Iran has evidently run into rough weather with strains developing in Iran-US relations after fresh sanctions were imposed against Iran in the wake of missile development, and China holding out baits to Tehran to keep India at bay. It is eight months since India and Iran signed the loan agreement for the port’s development, but the Iranians are still dragging their feet, giving rise to the feeling

  • horoscope

    Your Day By Nilikash P Pradhan

    ARIES: In politics sports tensions will be rising and may affect your health. There will be some tensions and disappointments at your work place. Avoid discussing delicate issues with your partner.

  • Will Modi’s gambit work in UP?

    The prospects of a hung assembly in the crucial state of Uttar Pradesh is not being ruled out, particularly after the fifth phase of polling held barely 48 hours back on Monday. The poll percentage has been the lowest at 57.3 per cent so far. With 51 seats up for grabs, the SP won the lion’s share of 37, the Congress and BJP five each, BSP three and others two in the last assembly

  • The glut-of-the-gut pandemic

    India’s Generation X grew up with images of starvation, notably skeletal famine victims dissecting cow pats for grain and so, are unlikely to sympathise with an obese cop fat-shamed on social media. Epidemiology has transitioned from less to excess, from death-by-deprivation to disease-by-surfeit. But the enemy of public health remains the same; it goes by the name of Policy and has spawned a skewed food economy of knee-jerk design, based on empty data rather

  • Sumit Mullick is new Maharashtra Chief Secretary

    MUMBAI: Senior IAS officer Sumit Mullick was on Tuesday appointed as the Chief Secretary of Maharashtra. He will succeed Swadheen Kshatriya, who was due for retirement on January 31, but was given a month’s extension.

  • Bhopal: Economic survey paints rosy picture

    BHOPAL: The State’s Economic Survey – 2016-17 claims that the State’s Gross Domestic Product (SGDP) grew by 12.21 per cent in comparison with 7.97 per cent in the last fiscal.  The survey was laid on the table of the House on Tuesday.

  • Bhopal: PSU banks remain closed, business worth Rs 5.5L cr hit

    BHOPAL: Business of Rs 5.5 lakh crore was affected in Madhya Pradesh with bankers strike under United Forum of Bank Unions (UFBU). Around 40,000 bank employees were on strike in MP and it caused a loss of business of Rs 5.5 lakh crore. In Bhopal, business worth Rs 80,000 crore suffered due to strike of bankers of Public Sector Unit (PSU).

  • Bhopal: Parents discourage youngsters from turning entrepreneurs

    BHOPAL: Futuristic vision, confidence and passion towards business idea, willingness to adopt technology and an innovative mind are the basic ingredients for launching a start-up. Indian entrepreneurs face the first challenge from within their families. Parents, uncle and aunts discourage them to become entrepreneur. A good mentor is like GPS system which shows path and helps you to reach your destination.