Free Press Journal
  • Centre to provide e-visas for cruise travellers to boost tourism

    Mumbai: The Central government is trying to improve the travel experience of international travellers travelling to India on cruise and ships. From November onwards, these travellers will be able to secure e-visas. Passengers belonging to a host of nations who intend to make casual, recreational, medical and business trips are eligible to apply for e-visas. There are a host of other facilities that will made available to the passengers travelling by ship or cruise

  • BJP resorting to blatant manipulation: Congress

    Kolkata: In wake of the horse-trading allegations by the Congress against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the grand old party on Monday said that the saffron party is resorting to blatant manipulation of facts. “The BJP is resorting to blatant manipulation. They are attempting to murder the parliamentary democracy. What they are attempting to do in Gujarat is going to fail. They may have been able to engineer sudden resignations, but then the total

  • Mumbai: Finally, after 3 years, BMC to pass Development Plan 2034?

    After three years, finally on Monday, BMC may finally pass Mumbai’s Development Plan 2034. The general body discussion in BMC will begin at 12 pm. After three extensions, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s (BMC) general body will hold the final discussions.

  • Fate of app-based cab service providers to be decided, Delhi court to announce order today

    New Delhi: A Delhi court will today announce order on a plea seeking prosecution of app-based cab service providers, including Ola and Uber, for allegedly violating the fare rules. The order was to come on Saturday, but as metropolitan magistrate Abhilash Malhotra, who was scheduled to pass the order, was on leave, the matter will come up today.

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    ‘Ghost Telephonist’ lets hackers take over phone numbers

    Las Vegas: A group of Chinese researchers have demonstrated an “evil attack” called the “Ghost Telephonist” which allows hackers to take over phone numbers and gather call and message content.

  • Haryana: Woman alleges rape by three men with husband’s involvement

    Sirsa: A woman from Haryana’s Sirsa on Saturday alleged that she was raped by three men on her husband’s directions. The incident came into light when the police was informed about a rape victim admitted in a government hospital.

  • Delhi court to hear plea against Arvind Kejriwal in case of alleged nepotism

    New Delhi: A Delhi court will today continue hearing on a plea against Delhi Chief Minsiter Arvind Kejriwal and his brother-in-law in a case of alleged nepotism as he allegedly favoured his relative in granting a contract to him for which fake bills worth crores were submitted in the Public Works Department (PWD).

  • Fire destroys velodrome built for Rio Olympics

    Rio de Janeiro, A part of a velodrome built for the 2016 Rio Olympics here was destroyed in a massive fire, Brazilian authorities said. Located in the Barra de Tijuca district, the velodrome’s construction was reported as one of the costliest projects undertaken by the city, reports Efe news. The fire at the cycling track began at about 1 a.m. on Sunday, just six days away from the one-year anniversary of the Rio Olympics’ inaugural

  • BJP urges Sharad Yadav to not lose faith in PM Modi

    New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday said that senior Janata Dal (United) (JD(U)) leader Sharad Yadav should not lose his faith on Prime Minister Narendra Modi as nobody engrossed in corruption would be spared.

  • 4.0 magnitude earthquake hits Assam’s Darang

    Darrang (Assam): A 4.0 magnitude of earthquake hit Assam’s Darang on Monday morning. The quake occurred at 6:27 a.m. The north-eastern region of India has recently experienced tremors quite a few times. On July 19, a 3.4 magnitude earthquake shook Manipur’s Senapati.

  • Mumbai University results today, students fear errors and postponement

    Mumbai: Lakhs of students eagerly await the Mumbai University (MU) result to decide their future careers. The university is scheduled to announce the results on Monday. However, students are unsure if the varsity will postpone the announcement and are extremely worried for their future. Prolonged delays in the online paper correction and plethora of errors in the process have holed up a decision on the result announcement. Students claimed that “more than

  • Donald Trump’s new Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci gets ‘touchy’ with interviewer

    Washington: In a recent interview of U.S. President Donald Trump’s new Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci, the personal space of news presenter Emily Maitlis was repeatedly trespassed. The White House employee, who assumed the office just a week before, was seen placing a finger on the interviewer’s arm, gazing at her chest, and even pulling her for a semi-hug.

  • Ujjain: Sevadham remembers social worker Ankit Goyal and Dr Suman

    Sevadham Ashram organised a programme on the birth day of Ankit Goyal on Sunday, which will last till Monday. On this occasion, Dr Shivmangalsingh Suman too was remembered who was the lifetime member of the ashram.  The ashram arranged a Yagya. Architect Krishna Joshi, Pratima Joshi, Rajeev Tiwari, Monika Goyal, Mohanlal Agrawal offered flowers on the portrait of the Dr Suman.

  • Ujjain: Jain social group says no to China made ‘rakhis’

    Jain social group ‘milan’ held its general meeting on Sunday in which members vowed to boycott China made ‘rakhis’ this ‘rakshbandhan’. Members also participated in couples game, housie and many other social activities.

  • Ujjain: District working committee meeting of BJP held

    Bharatiya Janata Party’s district working committee meeting was held in presence of chief guest and divisional organising secretary Pradeep Joshi and special guest Nemichand Jain on Sunday. The meeting was presided over by district president Iqbal Singh Gandhi.

  • Ujjain: Musical tribute to Md Rafi on his death anniversary

    Md Rafi Samajik shod Sansthan will organise a music event ‘Ek sham Rafi ke naam’ as a tribute to the late Md Rafi on his 37th death anniversary at Kalidas Academy on Monday at 7:30 pm.