Free Press Journal
  • Indian states need to strategise their development

    The Modi government has been pulling all stops to improve the ease of doing business rankings since it came into power in a bid to improve Indias image as a business-friendly economy and attract global investment.

  • Mali seeks more Indian investment for gold mining, agriculture

    Accra: Mali offers good opportunities and prospects for Indian entrepreneurs and investors in the gold mining and food processing space, among others, the Indian Embassy in capital Bamako has said.

  • Zakir Naik’s sister says she acted as a front for Zakir’s companies

    In her statement to the Enforcement Directorate (ED), Zakir Naik’s sister Nailah Noorani said that she acted as front for companies established by her brother after 2013. According to an Indian Express report, Noorani in her statement said that she “acted as a front” in Harmony Media, the firm set up by Naik in 2005, which produced videos of his “provocative speeches”.

  • Mumbai to get two artificial beaches along Marine Drive and Mahim Bay, costing over Rs.400cr

    Mumbai to get artificial beaches at Marine Drive and Mahim Bay. The State Maritime Board after successfully creating and artificial shore at Raigad wants to create two new artificial shores, one at Dadar Chowpatty and the other near Girgaum Chowpatty. Mahim bay and Marine drive are going to be changed over a period of 4 years by the State Maritime Board. The board is willing to spend more than Rs 400 crore to lay

  • Mumbai: BMC serves notice to Malabar Hill Citizens Forum to handover Priyadarshini Park in three months

    After a high voltage drama between Malabar Hill Citizens’ Forum (MHCF) and Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) over the Priyadarshini Park handover issue, the BMC has finally served a notice to hand over the park to the BMC. The civic body has asked MHCF to hand over the Priyadarshini Park to BMC in three months. This order was served to the Forum on Monday. Earlier the Malabar Hill Citizens’ Forum had responded to

  • Alia Bhatt was stuck with a drunken bodyguard around 3am at night!

    Mumbai: Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt had an experience with a drunk man yesterday night in Mumbai. Reportedly, last night she visited her boyfriends Sidharth Malhotra resident in Bandra. Around 3 am she needed to leave for her home in Juhu. She called her body guard to pick her up and, escort her home, but despite many calls, he did not answer her phone.

  • Why Sonu Nigam has every right to express his freedom of expression!

    A huge debate has been raging after the tweets of Sonu Nigam on why he is not in favour of Azaan blaring out of the loudspeakers each morning as it affects his sleep. He is being relentlessly trolled by religious zealots who think they are the caretakers of a religion that is followed by a massive volume of people with intolerant liberals joining the party in calling Sonu all sorts of names.

  • Timeline on AIADMK developments post J Jayaliathaa’s death

    New Delhi: Following the demise of former Tamil Nadu chief minister J. Jayalalithaa in December 2016, the state has been witness to a political turmoil with the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) splitting into two factions one led by Sasikala Natarajan and the other by former chief minister O. Panneerselvam.

  • Approach ICJ to free Jadhav: Plea in Delhi HC

    New Delhi: A plea was filed in the Delhi High Court on Tuesday seeking directions to the government to approach the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to secure the release from Pakistan of alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav.

  • 5 crore Muslim men and women sign petition supporting the practice of ‘Triple Talaq’

    At least 5 crore Muslim men and women have reportedly signed a petitition declaring their support to the practice of ‘triple talaq’, said the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB). According to reports, the AIMPLB has started a massive signature campaign to triple talaq across India and have received over 5 crore signatures supporting the practice. On Sunday, the Muslim Law Board has issued a warning to those misusing ‘triple talaq’. The

  • Are Salman Khan’s sister-in-laws Malaika, and, Seema fighting with each other?

    Mumbai: Salim Khan son’s Sohail Khan, Arbaaz Khan and Salman Khan, who are always seen together, are known to be tight nit family. Recently a report surfaced, that all is not well between the sister-in-law’s. Sohail’s wife Seema Khan, and, Malaika Arora Khan are not seeing eye to eye during their sunkissed Maldive’s family holiday, where Arpita was seen celebrating her son Ahil’s first birthday.

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