Free Press Journal
  • College students in Maharashtra are creating digidhan awareness

    The National Service Scheme (NSS) is an Indian government-sponsored public service program conducted by the Department of Youth Affairs and Sports of the Government of India. Popularly known as NSS, the scheme was launched in Gandhiji’s Centenary year, 1969

  • Mumbai: TVF CEO Arunabh Kumar booked for molestation

    Mumbai: Following the molestation case filed against ‘The Viral Fever’ CEO Arunabh Kumar, investigating inspector Padmakar Devre from Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) on Thursday said that the case has been registered under Sections 354 A and 509 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).

  • Sachin Tendulkar, Sonu Nigam’s new picture creates a mystery among fans

    The above picture has been going viral for quite some time and people have been guessing as to who those people are in this mystery picture. But this Bollywood and Cricket obsessed people in this country are more likely to guess as to who two are in the picture, one of them being the humble yours truly. The taller man standing to the right is surely famous singer Sonu Nigam and the shorter man

  • Brad Hodge apologises for Virat Kohli comments

    Melbourne: Former Australia all-rounder Brad Hodge today apologised for his comments that India captain Virat Kohli pulled out of the series-deciding Dharamsala Test to save his IPL campaign.

  • Maharashtra, Western Maharashtra, Western Maharashtra farmers, electricity due, Nationalist Congress party, Sharad Pawar, Chandrashekhar Bawankule, agriculture

    Kalpataru bags orders worth Rs 1,200 cr

    New Delhi: Kalpataru Power Transmission Limited (KPTL) on Wednesday, said it has bagged new orders worth Rs 1,200 crore. These orders include a Rs 402-crore transmission line turnkey project by Transmission Corporation of Telangana Limited (TSTRANSCO), the company statement said.

  • Lalit Modi gets off the hook

    The Enforcement Directorate’s failure in getting the global police body Interpol to issue a Red Corner notice against former Indian Premier League (IPL) chairman Lalit Modi in a money laundering probe into the IPL T-20 cricket tournament is a setback to Indian efforts to have him extradited from UK where he now resides, to stand trial here. Lalit had contested efforts to get Interpol to act and he has succeeded in blocking the issuance

  • String of wins for charged-up cricketers

    India’s cricketing record in successive home Test series has touched a pinnacle with successive series wins against New Zealand (three Tests), England (five), Australia (four) and Bangladesh (one). With the spectacular eight-wicket victory against the Aussies in Dharamsala, India won recognition as the number one cricketing country in Tests and walked away with a bounty of a million dollars from the International Cricket Council (ICC), a proud record indeed. Once a docile cricketing nation,

  • Cow belt may not be a place for cows much longer

    Mythology and religious belief talk about how the lands of Uttar Pradesh (UP) are blessed. This is where Lord Krishna, one of the Hindu Gods and an avatar of Lord Vishnu, was born. It was here that he along with his fellow cowherds – Yadavas – tended to cows. Then, when Krishna and his followers moved to Gujarat, their cows too migrated. Dwarka became the capital of Krishna’s newly founded empire.

  • Kejriwal no match for unstoppable NaMo

    ONE expected Kejriwal to be a chastened man but he jumped on to BSP chief Mayawati’s bandwagon, ranting about the poll having been rigged against it, which convinced no one and exposed him as a rank bad loser.

  • Bombay High Court converts constable’s petition into PIL

    Observing that the corruption allegations levelled by Constable Sunil Toke against the city’s Traffic Department are against the ‘whole system’ and not specific officials, the Bombay High Court on Wednesday converted his writ petition into a criminal PIL. The observation was made by a division bench presided over by Justice Ranjit More and Justice Anuja Prabhudesai while hearing Toke’s petition alleging corruption in Traffic department.

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    Defamation case filed against Shirish Kunder for anti-Yogi remarks

    Mumbai: The Vitthalwadi police at Ulhasnagar have registered a First Information Report for defamation against filmmaker Shirish Kunder on Wednesday for calling Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath a ‘goon’.

  • Mumbai: Gaylord to raze illegal structures in its premises

    Mumbai: The Gaylord Restaurant on Wednesday informed the Bombay High Court that it would raze the alleged unauthorised structures in its premises, within two weeks. The HC has directed the restaurant to approach the civic body with a fresh application for regularisation of its structures.