Free Press Journal
  • Ramadan 2017: Visit these Mumbai’s top 10 places for delicious food this holy month

    Mumbai, is the city of dreams and a melting pot of various cultures. Famously known for celebrating every festival, Mumbai doesn’t fail to impress anybody. And this month is that time of the year when Mumbai will host a display of different culinary skills since the holy month of Ramadan, a festival celebrated by Muslims is about to get start. Mumbai, being as diverse as it is, is leaving no stone unturned

  • Sale of cows for slaughter at animal markets banned by Centre

    Cow slaughter is completely banned in many states of India, but now central government has passed a rule in which they have banned the sale of cattle for slaughtering in India. The Centre has only permitted the trade of cows among farm land owners in a new regulation for animal trade.

  • Punjab Supercop KPS Gill passes away

    New Delhi: Supercop K P S Gill, often credited with rooting out militancy in Punjab, died in a hospital here today. He was 82.

  • Maharashtra civic polls 2017: Why BJP lost out in Bhiwandi

    The results of Mahrashtra’s municipal elections Panvel , Bhiwandi and Malegaon are out. BJP won in Panvel with almost a majority of seats but couldn’t make in Malegaon and Bhiwandi. This shows that BJP only won in that area where there is a major Hindu population, and lost in Muslims populated area.

  • Maharashtra civic polls 2017: Why Congress retained power in Malegaon

    Malegaon is a Muslim-majority area and all parties tried to impress voters in their own way. Even BJP has given most of its seats to Muslims for Malegaon municipal elections. Out of the 84 seats, BJP contested on 77, and 45 of those were Muslim candidates. For BJP, this is a record for the number of tickets given to Muslim candidates anywhere in the country in a single election. But this didn’t help

  • India at ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Group of death or direct entry to semis?

    The 10th edition of Indian Premiere League is finally over and now it’s time for the eighth edition of ICC Champions Trophy aka ‘mini world cup’. The focus shifts from club cricket to country vs country. India, who are the defending champions, won the last tournament in the same country. India, led by Virat Kohli will be gung ho about their approach and would like to win the silverware one more time. India are

  • Maharashtra civic polls 2017: BJP wins in Panvel, Congress in Bhiwandi, Malegaon

    The results for the Maharashtra municipal corporation elections in Malegaon, Panvel and Bhiwandi were declared on Friday where elections were held on May 24 with a voter turnout of 55 percent. Altogether 1,251 candidates were in the fray in the three municipal corporations.

  • Maharashtra civic polls 2017: Why BJP Won Panvel

    Panvel is a new Municipal corporation, and for the first time, elections have been conducted. The results are almost out, and, it clearly indicates that BJP has won the constituency with a clear majority. While BJP fielded candidates on 75 out of 78 seats contested, it gave the remaining seats to its ally, RPI. Ram Sheth Thakur, who holds a considerable amount of influence in the Kharghar- Panvel belt, turned out to

  • Who is Bhupen Hazarika, and why Modi named India’s longest bridge in Assam after him

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today morning inaugurated the Dhola-Sadia bridge, India’s longest over Lohit River in Assam and named it after legendary singer Bhupen Hazarika. Members of the Arunachal Pradesh Literary Society had requested Modi to name the bridge after Hazarika because Sadiya was the birthplace of the singer.

  • 5 Bollywood actresses who are happily married to younger men

    Everything is fair in love and war, and love has no boundaries. Love is an eternal feeling that is above religion. It has a very emotional touch with a partner whom they love. So, here is a list of Bollywood actresses who married younger men.

  • We won’t play bilateral series against Pakistan without govt’s permission, says BCCI

    New Delhi: As the Board of Control for Cricket in India prepares to meet the Pakistan Cricket Board to discuss the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between the two countries in 2014, senior BCCI functionary Rajeev Shukla on Friday said that they will not play any bilateral series against the arch-rivals without the Indian government’s permission.

  • Fadnavis chopper crash: Meet the man who was the first to rescue Maha CM

    Latur (Maharashtra): When a chopper carrying Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and five others came crashing down here on Thursday afternoon, the first person to rush to the rescue was small-time scrap dealer Irfan Shaikh, who shouted “Our king (CM) is trapped in the chopper”.