Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai: Heart at right side, 6-year-old boy survives complex surgery

    Mumbai: A six-year-old boy, who was suffering from the complex heart defect wherein all the heart chambers and arteries were interchanged, survived a critical surgery. Sanket More underwent cardiac paediatric surgery on May 19 at the Sir HN Reliance Foundation Hospital and Research Centre, Girgaum.

  • Pakistan tells its lawmakers to forcefully defend its position at ICJ in Jadhav case

    Islamabad: Pakistan will forcefully defend its position in the Kulbhshan Jadhav case at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on June 8, National Assembly Speaker Sardar Ayaz Sadiq said on Tuesday. The speaker chaired a meeting of Parliamentary Committee for National Security where Attorney General Ashtar Ausaf Ali and Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua briefed parliamentarians from different parties on the issue of Indian national Jadhav. The lawmakers were told that the legal

  • Management Education in India: What Lies Ahead

    Management education is, by its very nature, professional in contour and design. This means that management education is aimed at augmenting knowledge, skills and attitude (KSA) so that the students who receive such education attain the required KSA to become eligible to be part of a corporate or other sector for further contribution to the economy for its growth.

  • Sachin’s biopic made tax-free in Odisha

    Bhubaneswar: The much awaited upcoming Bollywood biopic on cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar – ‘Sachin: A Billion Dreams’, was today declared tax free in Odisha.

  • Students who join colleges outside Delhi to get guarantee-free loans, says Kejriwal

    New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday announced that guarantee-free education loans, up to Rs 10 lakh, will be extended to students who join colleges outside the city state. Till now the scheme was available only for students who join colleges in Delhi. “We had launched guarantee-free education loan scheme last year so that children from disadvantaged backgrounds can avail education loans up to Rs 10 lakh without having to mortgage

  • 24 dead as bus plunges into gorge in Uttarakhand

    Dehradun: At least 24 persons were killed and eight others injured when the bus they were travelling in plunged into a deep gorge in Uttarakhand late on Tuesday, police said. The accident took place near Nalupani in Uttarkashi district when a bus full of pilgrims from Indore, Madhya Pradesh were returning from the Gangotri shrine. Three people are still missing and the eight injured, who were rescued after great efforts and difficulty,

  • GST effect on renting property

    While people are still in dilemma about the Goods and Service Tax (GST), the Maharashtra government is all set to increase house rents. Now Maharashtra Government on Monday unanimously passed GST Bill in special 3 day session of the legislature. Maharashtra Government from  July 1, will be treating housing rent as an immovable property as a service that will attract GST.

  • Canadian High Commission expresses regret over denial of entry to retired CRPF IG

    New Delhi: The Canadian High Commission in New Delhi on Tuesday regretted any inconvenience that might have been experienced by the retired Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) officer who was not allowed to enter into the country. Statement from the High Commissioner for Canada to India, Nadir Patel on Tuesday referred about the retired Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) officer who was not allowed to enter into the country asserted that the Canadian government

  • One killed in fresh violence in Saharanpur

    Saharanpur: One person was killed and four others were injured on Tuesday as fresh violence erupted in Saharanpur, which has been witnessing inter-caste clashes since April. Some unidentified persons set fire to at least 12 houses of Thakurs in Shabbirpur village ahead of the arrival of Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati there, SP (City) Prabal Pratap said. District Magistrate N P Singh and SSP Subhash Chandra Dubey rushed to the scene and

  • A ‘Bonded’ career: Roger Moore as 007 and more

    With his suave, debonair mien including the incredulous raised eyebrow, his refined accent and smooth voice, he was a natural choice to portray the world’s most famous British spy after the first actor gave up. Despite a phobia of firearms, fear of heights and disliking getting wet, Sir Roger Moore would go on to appear the most – seven times – as James Bond, which completely overshadowed the rest of his long

  • Celina Jaitly pregnant with twins again

    Mumbai: Actress Celina Jaitly is expecting twins with her hotelier husband Peter Haag, who are due in October this year.

  • UK bomber trained abroad, had Al Qaeda links: Official

    Manchester, The British man believed to have killed 22 people in a suicide-bomb attack here, had ties to Al Qaeda and had received terror training abroad, a US intelligence official said.