Free Press Journal
  • Ujjain: BJP, RSS leaders assaulted over land dispute, sons of Congress leader detained

    Ujjain: RSS leader and Central Simhastha Fair Organising Committee member, Vibhash Upadhyaya and former director of Ujjain Development Authority (UDA), Mukesh Joshi and another person sustained severe injuries when a mob of about half a dozen people openly attacked them with weapons, here on Monday evening. Land dispute is stated to be the reason for the attack. Police have arrested two of the main accused in the case.

  • Patients suffer as 4,000 doctors go on strike in Mumbai

    Mumbai: Jiten Tyagi, a 13-year-old autistic child, had to go back home without his mandatory health check-up at Sion’s Lokmanya Tilak Municipal General Hospital on Monday as resident doctors were on strike. And Jiten isn’t alone — there were hundreds of patients in pain outside government hospitals in Mumbai on Monday.

  • Idea board approves merger with Vodafone India

    Mumbai: British telecom giant Vodafone will merge its Indian subsidiary with local rival Idea Cellular within two years, Idea said on Monday, creating a new market leader better able to contest a brutal price war.

  • Cabinet clears GST supplementary legislations, rollout likely in July

    New Delhi: The Centre on Monday cleared the decks for Parliament to consider the laws for rolling out the Goods and Services Tax (GST), the biggest indirect tax reform since Independence. The Narendra Modi regime has set July 1 as the deadline for implementing the new tax laws.

  • Chargesheet against former Gujarat MLA’s son in drug case

     Mumbai: The Thane police will file a at the Thane sessions court chargesheet this week against Kishoresingh Rathod, son of former Congress MLA Bhavsingh Rathod,  in connection with his alleged involvement in the Rs.2000 crore ephedrine drug haul case.

  • Mumbai: Trombay police arrest seven more for Cheetah camp rioting

    Mumbai: The Trombay police have arrested seven more persons in the Cheetah camp rioting incident on Monday. The incident was triggered due to an objectionable picture of a morphed religious structure posted on Facebook.

  • Mumbai: Naval uprising of 1946 recreated in a unique way

    Mumbai: The Naval uprising of 1946, which worked as a catalyst to trigger the freedom movement in India has been recreated in the form of an art installation at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (CSMVS) at Colaba.

  • Mumbai: Top AAI official frisked, CISF men land in trouble

    Mumbai: The Airports Authority of India (AAI) will register a complaint against three Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel who were deployed at the Sky Air Traffic Control (ATC) tower at Mumbai’s domestic airport in connection with the forceful checking of a senior AAI official.

  • Mumbai: Vada pav seller set ablaze in Ulhasnagar; 1 booked

    Ulhasnagar: The Vitthalwadi police station booked one person for attempt to murder for setting ablaze a vada pav stall owner on Monday afternoon.  The incident took place at Vitthalwadi at Ulhasnagar.

  • Genuine Happiness

    Genuine happiness isn’t about driving the hottest Formula 1 car, getting the employee of the year award, earning the highest 13th month pay, or beating the sales quota. Sometimes, the most sought after prizes in life do not always go to the fastest, strongest, bravest or the best.

  • Federer defeats Wawrinka to lift 5th Indian Wells title

    Indian Wells (California) : Roger Federer secured his fifth win at the BNP Paribas Open, the first World Tour Masters 1000 tennis tourney of the season, defeating his Swiss countryman Stan Wawrinka 6-4, 7-5.

  • Voda-Idea merger bold move, hope for quick approvals: COAI

    New Delhi : Cellular body COAI on Monday  termed the merger of Idea Cellular and Vodafone India as a  “bold” move and said the combined stronger entity will be beneficial to both government and consumers of the Indian telecom market.

  • Elbow injuries rule out Djokovic, Murray from Miami Open

    World No.2 Djokovic was the defending champion World No.2 Djokovic was the defending champion in the men’s singles category. He also won the title in Miami six the men’s singles category. He also won the title in   Miami six times.

  • Expect a hit of Rs. 27,420 crore on banks in case of UP loan waiver

    New Delhi : If the UP government fulfils its farmer loan waiver promise, banks are likely to take a hit of Rs 27,420 crore and the scheme will lead to some stress on the state’s fiscal arithmetic, warns a report. The BJP had in its UP election manifesto promised to waive farmers’ loans if elected to power.

  • We were bit short in first innings: Smith

    Ranchi : Australian skipper Steve Smith on Monday said they were a few runs short in the first innings against India in the third cricket Test match here.

  • Ishant Sharma, Matt Renshaw get involved in argument

    Ranchi : Tempers flared again in the ongoing battle between fierce rivals India and Australia with pacer Ishant Sharma and young opener Matt Renshaw getting involved in a heated exchange on day five of the third Test here.