Free Press Journal
  • Idols of Jain deities discovered

    Ujjain: Idols of Jain dieties discovered on digging land for construction work of a building at village Beekampur have been kept in a room facilitating holy viewing. Ashok Jain Chaiwale and Sunil Jain appreciated the efforts of Sarpanch Arjunsingh Gurjar and villagers for the effort.

  • Three men from Pujari gang held

    Mumbai : Three persons of Suresh Pujari gang were arrested by the Mumbai Crime Branch from Kurla for attempt to murder in a recent shoot-out at Ulhasnagar and Nallasopara.

  • Hostage to Wanna cry

    London/New Delhi : A global cyber attack leveraging hacking tools widely believed by researchers to have been developed by the US National Security Agency (NSA) hit international shipper FedEx, disrupted Britain’s health system and infected computers in nearly 100 countries, including India, on Friday.

  • PCMC official held for graft

    MUMBAI: A Pimpri-Chinchwad civic body official who allegedly demanded an alcohol bottle and money as bribe from a worker to sanction his medical leave was on Saturday arrested by the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB).

  • Dr Shailendra Parashar: Motivating the young is his way of life

    Ujjain : He is a man on a mission. Undying determination coupled with the guts to develop what it takes in today’s world has made Dr Shailendra Parashar, the man he is. His initiative- moulding today’s youth to face challenges and develop into strong individuals with heads held high.

  • Delhi rerun: Girl gangraped, head smashed & dumped

    The woman’s body was spotted by a passerby in the urban estate area of Rohtak on Thursday. Stray dogs had bitten away her face and lower portion of the body.

  • ‘Narmada-like initiative to revive major rivers soon’

    Bhopal : After completion of the ambitious “Namami Devi Narmade Sewa Yatra” aimed at the conservation of Narmada river, the Madhya Pradesh government with the help of people’s cooperation will launch a similar initiative to improve the health of other major rivers in the state.

  • MBMC hit by state’s new tax rule, 7500 properties out of penalty net

    As per a GR, penalty tax arrears on under-600 sq ft properties will be completely waived off, whereas the penalty will be halved in case of properties spread across 601 to 1,000 sq ft. There will be no concession in penalty payment for commercial establishments and unauthorized constructions over an area more than 1,000 sq. ft.

  • Just too many holes to fill two highways before rains arrive

    Mumbai: It’s going to be the same old story of never-ending jams brought about by potholed roads this monsoon on two of Mumbai crucial express highways — eastern and western. Reason: the authorities have decided to use the same method and material to repair the two roads before the monsoon sets in.

  • Official booked for power theft

    MUMBAI: Police on Saturday registered a case against a senior official of a tea strainer manufacturing unit for alleged Rs 10 crore power theft since November 2011 by tampering an electricity meter.

  • After Danve tongue slip, CM faces music in Osmanabad

    Mumbai : Days after state BJP President Raosaheb Danve made derogatory remarks against farmers, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Saturday faced black flags from Youth Congress workers during his official visit to Osmanabad in Marathwad region to inspect ongoing work of Jalyukta Shivar Yojana, his pet project on water conservation.

  • In ’16, city reports 11,369 missing persons’ cases

    Mumbai : In a query filed under Right to Information Act, it has come to light that the number of missing and kidnapping cases has been increasing every year from January 2014 March 2017.

  • Bear mauls 3 tribals to death in Chandrapur, injures three

    Nagpur : In yet another instance of man-animal conflict, a sloth bear mauled three tribals to death and seriously injured three others in the Chandrapur forest on Saturday morning, an official said.