Free Press Journal
  • One held for cloning ATM cards

    MUMBAI: The Mumbai police cyber cell crime branch arrested a foreign national for cloning ATM cards at a private bank branch at Juhu.

  • Sakal Maratha Samaj to hold naked morcha

    NAKED MARCH: But the Sakal Maratha Samaj, the umbrella organisation representing 40 small pro-Maratha outfits has opposed the Maratha Kranti Morcha in Pune on May 10

  • Armoured Corps Centre gets Prez’s Standard

    Nashik : The coveted ‘President’s Standard’ was presented to Armoured Corps Centre and School (ACCS) amidst a spectacular pageant showcasing the might of the Indian Army.

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    Mega Block on Western Railway and Central Railway

    Mumbai : Commuters travelling to the western suburbs will now have to make a slight change in the Weekend plans as the Railway authorities have declared a jumbo block on Sunday from 10.35 am to 3.35 pm on north and south bound slow lines.

  • Two arrested in answer sheet theft case in Dahisar

    Mumbai : Two persons have been arrested by the Dahisar police for stealing 516 uncorrected answer sheets of the Secondary and Higher Secondary school examinations held at Istra High school at  Sant Mirabai road at Dahisar.

  • Ujjain : Muslim matrimony meet held

    Ujjain : Jazba Social Foundation organised an all India matrimony meet for Muslim youth here on Saturday. Thousands of youngsters from Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Punjab and Haryana participated in the meet.

  • Small farmers to get free seeds, pesticides: Government

    Mumbai : The Maharashtra government is planning to supply seeds, fertilisers and pesticides free of cost to small and marginal farmers to keep the production costs minimal and to reduce their losses.

  • Goregaon students now will study in 4 languages

    Mumbai : The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has begun construction of a new school at Santosh Nagar at Goregaon (east) to give an opportunity for education to the financially deprived citizens.

  • Opposition asks State to waive farmers’ loan

    Mumbai : The Opposition parties, Congress and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) have started the second phase of their Sangharsh Yatra (Protest rally) on Saturday from Sindkhedraja in western Vidarbha. The Leader of Opposition (LoP) Radhakrishna Vikhe Patil and NCP leader Ajit Pawar warned the Chief Minister, Devendra Fadnavis led government that their protests will continue till the state does not make farmers debt-free.

  • Lamborghini fame MLA lands in another soup

    Bhayandar : Always in news-mostly for wrong reasons, Mira Bhayandar legislator Narendra Mehta (BJP) landed in yet another major controversy after district revenue officials initiated process to seize properties owned by close relatives owing to non-payment of excavation royalty amounting more than Rs 79 crore.

  • Workshop on RTI held at Vikram University

    Ujjain : School of studies in Political Science and Public Administration of Vikram University conducted a workshop on ‘Right to Information in modern perspective’ on Saturday.

  • Ujjain : Traveller stabbed at railway station

    Ujjain : Some unknown anti-socials reportedly stabbed a traveller at railway platform on Friday night. According to victim Mahendra Rathore, three goons assaulted and stabbed him while he was sleeping at the station and fled from the spot.