Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai society proposes equal pay for all house helps, maids unhappy over ‘low’ rates

    Mumbai: A housing society in Mumbai is making sure that all the house helps in the housing society are paid equally. Chandivali Society — the Raheja Vista housing Society — wants the residents and all the maids that are employed in the houses to know that everyone will be paid a fixed amount irrespective of whose house they are working at.

  • Manchester Arena terror attack: Death toll rises to 22

    Manchester: At least 22 persons, including children, died and 59 were injured in a suicide terror attack that hit Manchester Arena on Monday night just as a concert by American pop singer Ariana Grande had ended. British Prime Minister Theresa May has condemned the “appalling terrorist attack” that comes two months after the Westminster attack.  Manchester Police Chief Constable Ian Hopkins confirmed that a male suicide bomber is suspected to have carried out the

  • Here’s what you need to know about Shah Rukh Khan’s book ’20 years in a Decade’

    Mumbai: The Badshah of Bollywood Shah Rukh Khan has always come across as witty, intelligent and smart. The owner of the Kolkata Knight Riders has always had a penchant for writing and now Shah Rukh Khan is coming out with his autobiography called ’20 years in a Decade’, according to a report in DNA.

  • GST effect: Renting a property could get more expensive

    While people are still in dilemma about the Goods and Service Tax (GST), the Maharashtra government is all set to increase house rents. From July 1, the state government will be treating renting as an immovable property as a service that will attract GST.

  • Kapil Mishra has a new name for Arvind Kejriwal. Find out what it is

    New Delhi: Sacked Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Kapil Mishra on Tuesday warned Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to divulge the information in connection with foreign funding of the parties and overseas trip of its leaders. Taking a dig at Kejriwal for accepting money from companies embroiled in corruption, Mishra dubbed the AAP supremo as ‘Arvind Hawala Kejriwal’

  • BJP’s Shatrughan Sinha, Sushil Modi in Twitter war

    New Delhi/Patna: A Twitter war erupted between actor-turned-politician Shatrughan Sinha and his BJP party colleague Sushil Kumar Modi on Monday when the former tweeted in favour of RJD chief Lalu Prasad and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal saying “enough of negative politics and mudslinging”.

  • Mumbai: Victoria owners to get hawker licences and compensation

    Mumbai: The famous Victorias will not be seen on the streets of south Mumbai because the Maharashtra state government has approved the rehabilitation proposal for the carriage owners and drivers. The Victoria owners, which comprises of 91 owners and 130 drivers, will now get a compensation of Rs 3 lakh and Rs 1 lakh and will be additionally given a hawker license in south Mumbai to earn their livelihood.

  • Celebrities worldwide condemn Manchester attack

    Manchester: Indian celebrities like Priyanka Chopra and international names like Taylor Swift, Dwayne Johnson and Harry Styles have condemned the Manchester attack, that took place here on Monday night.

  • Auction of Sahara’s grand Aamby Valley to be held in June

    The stage is all set for the auction of the pet project of Sahara Group’s Aamby Valley City. The official liquidator is finally ready to auction the property in June. This comes after the Supreme Court had ordered the sale of property to recover money which Subrata Roy owed to investors.

  • Rohit Sharma Unplugged: MI skipper on IPL 2017 win, strategy and challenges

    Mumbai: Mumbai Indians won IPL 10 by defeating Rising Pune Supergiant by one run in Hyderabad. After that, Mumbai Indians came to Mumbai and interacted with media about the game, challenges and the journey of winning the trophy in Mumbai. During the press conference, Mumbai Indian skipper Rohit Sharma as well as Parthiv Patel and Shane Bond were present at Trident Hotel on Monday in Mumbai. The captain made some interesting observations.

  • Timeline of major terror attacks in UK

    London: Nineteen people have been killed and about 50 injured in a suspected terror attack at the Manchester Arena.

  • New York steps up security after Manchester concert blast

    New York, New York authorities have stepped up security at sensitive sites after a deadly blast at a concert in Britain, although officials said there wasno indication of a threat to US targets.