Free Press Journal
  • Mohammad Nazim unplugged!

    Saath Nibhana Saathiya fame actor Mohammad Nazim talks about his journey and future plan…

  • Charlottesville race attack: What you need to know

    The recent dastardly race attacks in Charlottesville, Virginia has divided the United States of America and has created a senses of unease and paranoia among the masses. America has over the years suffered many vicious and horrific race attacks and the recent episode in Charlottesville has wounded many communities and it will take a long time before the situation returns to the normalcy.

  • Mumbai University replaces head of examination department over results fiasco

    In another jolt to Mumbai University (MU) administration, on Wednesday, the state government replaced a top official in Mumbai University. Deepak Wasave, the head of MU’s examination department was replaced; the move came after MU was struggling to declare results.

  • Parsi New Year 2017: 10 Bollywood stars who portray versatility of the community

    Often portrayed as chilled and intelligent, there’s more to Parsi community than their accent and looks. Bollywood has often made films around them. Parsis in India is one of the most successful minority groups in the world. Their contribution to the Indian cinema is invaluable with their persuasive talent. Not to forget their wacky sense of humour. Here’s a 10 prominent Parsis in Bollywood that portrays the versatility of the community.

  • Mumbai to soon have battery run vehicles as cabs

    Mumbai: In a rather exciting news for the Mumbaiites, it will soon see use of battery-powered electric vehicles as black-and-yellow cabs or tourist cabs in the state.

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    Supreme Court restrains lawyer from practicing for a month

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today restrained a lawyer from practising as an Advocate On Record (AOR) for a month. A bench headed by Chief Justice J S Khehar passed the verdict against the lawyer for allegedly casting aspersions on the apex court Registry in listing of a case.

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    Age no bar! A septuagenarian couple ties the knot

    Bagdol (Chhattisgarh): A septuagenarian couple in Chhattisgarh’s Bagdol village exchanged wedding vows, reinstating the belief that it is never too late for love.

  • Mumbai: BEST’s Meals on Wheels plan suffers jolt due to hawkers

    Mumbai: In a menace created by the illegal hawkers on the streets of Mumbai, the Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport Undertaking’s (BEST) Meals on Wheels initiative has suffered a jolt. The moving bus canteens are now on the verge of closure due to customers turning their backs to these canteens in favour of illegal street food joints. Colaba bus depot’s Meals on Wheels canteen has stopped serving food at night due to

  • Nokia’s flagship Android device, soon at a store near you!

    New Delhi: The much-awaited Nokia 8, which was launched in London by HMD Global, is all set to hit the market in early September this year, and is reportedly entering the Indian market early October. Priced at EUR 599, approximated to Rs. 45,000, the Nokia 8 boasts of a 360-degree camera and high-resolution 5.3-inch screen, and runs on Android version 7.1.1.

  • PCB hopes for positive report from ICC’s security agency

    Karachi: Pakistan cricket authorities are placing their hopes on a positive report from an international security company hired by the ICC to pave the way for the return of international teams to the country. The security company which is based in the United Kingdom, New Zealand and the United Arab Emirates will be accompanied by a representative of the Federation of International Players Association (FICA) during a visit to Lahore at the

  • Parsi New Year Special: Khavanu, Pivanu, Majja Ni Life!

    “Eat drink and be merry” is the Parsi motto. So, when it comes to this auspicious day, greeting in the New Year with hearty food and celebratory galore is something all Bawa’s wholeheartedly do, says Farhana Madar.

  • Satya Nadella, Tim Cook, Mark Zuckerberg slam Charlottesville violence

    San Francisco: Breaking their silence over the violence at a white supremacist rally in the US, Microsoft’s Indian-born CEO Satya Nadella, Apple’s Tim Cook and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg have condemned the incident as “horrific” and “a disgrace” to the nation.

  • Nifty reclaims 9,900-mark, Sensex up 167 pts on fund inflows

    Mumbai: The benchmark NSE Nifty reclaimed the 9,900-level and BSE Sensex climbed over 167 points in early trade today on widespread gains following sustained buying by domestic institutional investors.