Free Press Journal
  • T-Series ‘Mixtape’ ft Neha Kakkar-Mohd Irfan is out, mashup of Kabira is a #MustListen

    The first episode of T-Series Mixtapes is finally out today, featuring beautiful Neha Kakkar and handsome Mohammad Irfan.T-Series recently made its space amongst the top 10 YouTube’s Most Viewed Channel. Continuing the same enthusiasm, T-Series has launched one of the inimitable properties on its YouTube named ‘Mixtape’ – produced by Bhushan Kumar.

  • Govt to standardise costs of medical tourism services

    New Delhi: In a big relief to foreign tourists who visit India for medical and wellness tours, the government has decided to standardise the cost of such services in the country through a centralised web portal.

  • Eight booked for demanding extortion from builder

    Thane: Eight residents from four housing societies, developed under state government’s SRA project here, were booked for extortion after they allegedly demanded a ransom of Rs 1.60 crore from their builder, police said today.

  • London fire: Firefighters douse blaze, 17 killed

    London: The death toll in a devastating fire that engulfed the 24-storey residential block in west London rose to 17 today, even as many people were still unaccounted for with police saying there was little chance of finding any survivors from the smoldering building.

  • Zakir Naik’s school in Mumbai illegal, says govt

    Mumbai: The Mumbai civic body’s education department has said that controversial preacher Zakir Naik’s Islamic International School (IIS) in South Mumbai is operating without authorisation.

  • Swachh Bhubaneswar: Transgenders set example by fighting open defecation

    Thirty-one transgenders have volunteered to run a campaign against open defecation in the city with the Bhubaneswar Smart City Limited (BSCL). The Southbelt Crew, the transgender volunteers educating Mumbai drivers to buckle up the seat belts could be an eye opener for the entire nation, but their counterparts in the Temple City, are fighting open defecation in their own way as volunteers to drive the mission of Swachh Bhubaneswar, and proving their

  • Goa: Tiff between locals and tourists in Merces leaves 20 injured

    A minor spat between tourists and locals in Merces, Goa, turned violent on Wednesday, with at least 20 people including a five-year-old suffering injury. The narrow and usually calm streets of Merces turned into a battleground on Wednesday as the busload of tourists fought off four armed men — all with criminal records.

  • FYJC online admissions 2017-18: Procedure, cut-off lists, and things to remember

    FYJC Online Admission 2017-18 is coordinated by the School Education Department. Mumbai FYJC admission process will start from June 16. After the declaration of SSC results, it is now time to start the process of admission. The Deputy Director of Education Department has issued the FYJC admission process timetable.

  • Karvy to help vendors get online; eyes Rs 100-cr in two years

    Mumbai: Diversified financial services company, Karvy Group which has started an e-commerce enabler business to help small and medium enterprises, is targeting Rs 100 crore business in two years and also plans to hire 200 people by end of 2017.

  • SSC failure, he created water pump with bike battery. Read How

    The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) exam results 2017 have been declared at the official website. This year approximately 193 students got perfect 100% score. The students received approximately 5 extra marks given for participating and excelling in sports, the arts and culture which was introduced this year. While it brought cheer to many students, there were some who did not clear the exam. They have a lesson to learn from those who

  • Arnab-Goswami

    Court cases that haunt Arnab Goswami’s Republic TV!

    Arnab Goswani is one of the most influential journalists in India, his words are his weapons. Everytime ‘the nation wanted to know something’ he is there. He took a powerful stand on every controversial issues that haunted India, from JNU to Tanmay Dutt. Well, and among the many things he is popular for (not about leaving people speechless), his court cases might be the ones that haunt him the most. Days after resigning from