Free Press Journal
  • Indore: IMC garbage van driver killed in accident

    Indore: Driver of a garbage collection vehicle was killed and his co-worker injured after a speeding truck hit them on Bypass Road on Friday. Police have registered a case in the incident.

  • Indore: Elections of SC/ST staff body at CAT

    Indore: Elections of Atomic Energy Scheduled Caste and Schedule Tribes Employees Welfare Association were organised at Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology on Friday. Kaptan Khangwal informed that Vipin Dev was elected as association president, Ajay Medhavi as vice president, Amrendra Singh and AK Sarkar as general secretary, Rajesh Nagdev and Sanjay Kumar as secretary and Basant Kethwas as treasurer. Rajesh Gedam, CL Bansiwal, Ajay Pawar, Anil Kumar, Kamlakar Khanbadkar, Suchita Lakra

  • Mumbai: Mehul village near Chembur has zero utilities for proper living

    Mumbai: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Friday comes under severe attack from corporators of different political parties regarding the rehabilitation of Tansa pipeline slum-dwellers to Mahul village, near Chembur. The corporators raised objections on the issue citing insufficient living conditions in the village.

  • BJP to launch sanvad yatra in Maharashtra

    Mumbai: The BJP in Maharashtra will launch a ‘sanvad yatra’ from May 25 to reach out to the people, including farmers, and counter the Opposition’s recently held ‘sangharsh’ campaign.

  • Naagin fame Adaa Khan gets surprise birthday party in Mumbai

    Actress Adaa Khan was surprised with the birthday party thrown by her friends Mac and Manav at a friend’s terrace in Andheri (Mumbai). The celebrities who turned up in party included Ravi Dubey, Srishty Rode, Angad Hasija, Pooja Banerjee, Karanvir Bohra, Teejay Sidhu and Shashank Vyas.

  • Haji Mastan’s foster son issues notice to Rajini

    Chennai: The foster son of Haji Mastan has issued a legal notice to Tamil film superstar Rajinikanth objecting to the actor reportedly working on a biopic of Mastan with negative shades.

  • ‘Kulvaddhu’ actress Dalljiet Kaur gets inked for the first time

    Tattoos are for life. So, when one decides to get inked, one chooses a design or mark, which has a deep meaning in their life. Kulvaddhu actress Dalljiet Kaur, who recently got a tattoo done, chose something quite special to her.

  • Amitabh Bachchan to endorse WHO’s hepatitis drive in SE Asia

    Mumbai: The World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday appointed Amitabh Bachchan as its Goodwill Ambassador for Hepatitis in South-East Asia Region to spread awareness and intensify action to prevent the spread of the disease. Hepatitis is the inflammation of liver which can also leads to cirrhosis.

  • Maharashtra CM’s chopper develops snag before take off

    MUMBAI: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis had to travel by road from the naxal affected Gadchiroli district to Nagpur after his chopper developed a technical snag before take off, police said on Friday.

  • Thane: Fake tantrik arrested for cheating woman

    Bhayandar: Sleuths of the Naya Nagar police have arrested a self styled ‘tantrik’ who in the name of bringing goodness and providing a lavish lifestyle duped a woman of Rs 8 lakh in Mira Road. However, the king pin and his five more accomplices are still at large.

  • Support for NMMC chief, PIL filed against transfer in Bombay High Court

    Mumbai: On the backdrop of the recent transfer of Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) chief Tukaram Mundhe, a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) has been filed in the Bombay High Court. The petition has sought setting aside of Mundhe’s transfer order.

  • International museum day to be marked at Mumbai airport

    Mumbai: In a bid to mark World International Museum Day on May 18, Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA) Mumbai will organise week-long passenger engagement activities starting May 15 at Terminal 2. This is for the first time that such a unique initiative will be taken by any international airport on its premises.

  • Shiv Sena sent dummy MLA to meet farmers, alleges Congress

    Mumbai: The Shiv Sena which has been shouting from rooftops demanding waiver of farmers’ loans has landed in a big soup. The party’s lie was exposed as one of their legislators, Gautam Chabukswar, sent Yashodhar Phanse as his substitute and presented him as the legislator to interact with farmers during the Marathwada tour.