Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai: BEST driver, conductor save life of man who suffered stroke

    Mumbai: A BEST driver and a conductor saved a citizen on Tuesday morning, who suffered a stroke while he had boarded the bus. The driver and the conductor asked the passengers to exit the bus and then headed to hospital.

  • Ganesh Chaturthi 2017: State tells Bombay High Court there are no silence zones in Maharashtra

    Mumbai: Brace for a noisy Ganesh festival this year as the Maharashtra government has told the Bombay High Court on Tuesday, just two days before the celebrations, that there are no ‘silence zones’ in the city and beyond. Hence, there is no question of fixing the decibel levels of loudspeakers that have become an integral part of the festival.

  • OMG! Sushant Singh Rajput to go NUDE for ‘Drive’! Read the details

    Sushant Singh Rajput is currently one of the busiest actors of Bollywood. The actor has many Bollywood projects in his bucket. As we all know, Sushant will be seen opposite Jacqueline Fernandez in Tarun Mansukhani’s directorial venture Drive, which will be produced by Karan Johar under Dharma Productions. Since then, fans have been eagerly waiting for more details about this ambitious project. And it seems like the actor is all set to

  • Aadhaar to be made compulsory for open school exams

    In a move that could trigger another yet another row over Aadhaar, the government has decided to make Aadhaar mandatory for students appearing for open school exams to ensure there are no proxy candidates appearing on others’ behalf. The move is done to stop cheating and malpractices, which happens during exams.

  • Ganesh Chaturthi

    Mumbai: BMC worried over high tide playing spoilsport on Ganesh Visarjan day

    Mumbai: As the auspicious and holy festival of Ganesh Chaturthi is nearing its arrival, Mumbai’s civic body has warned devotees and Ganpati mandals to take precaution while visiting city beaches during immersion, as high tides from 1.09 metre to 4.21 metre are expected to hit the city beaches during the next few days and the situation could get out of control.

  • No success without punctuality: Hrithik Roshan

    Mumbai: Bollywood superstar Hrithik Roshan says punctuality should be one’s ultimate ‘Lakshya’ to become ‘Kaabil’ in life.

  • Navi Mumbai: Company responsible for turning dogs blue shut down

    The mystery of stray dogs in Taloja turning blue has been solved. It has turned out to be that a factory was dumping its untreated waste in the Kasadi river. The dye was dumped in the river by the factory which turned dogs into blue. But on Tuesday, the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) has taken action against the firm that released the dye into the water and shut down the factory.

  • Bihar floods update: Army Column, ETF continue to deployed in affected areas

    Patna: One Army Column and One Engineer Task Force (ETF) have been deployed in seven districts of Bihar, which have been successful in rescuing people from the flood-hit areas. At least 14 people were rescued from Katihar, Madhubani, East Champaran and 18 from West Champaran, Sitamarhi, Begusarai.

  • By-polls to four Assembly seats in Goa, Andhra, Delhi today, voting begins

    New Delhi: The voting for the by-polls for four Assembly seats in Bawana in Delhi, Nandyal in Andhra Pradesh, and Valpoi and Panaji in Goa has begun. The polling, being held at 76 booths, including 30 in Panaji and 46 in Valpoi, will continue till 5 p.m.

  • Robert Vadra decries CBI probe into Bikaner land deals

    New Delhi: Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Robert Vadra has dubbed the Rajasthan government’s recommendation of a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) inquiry into the alleged land scams in Bikaner, involving his company, as another “attempt of malicious prosecution.”

  • Vaani Kapoor Birthday special: Interesting facts about ‘Befikre’ girl

    Today, Vaani Kapoor is celebrating her 29th birthday. Beauty with brains, Vaani Kapoor has wowed her fans with her bold avatar, and acting skills. She was seen in ‘Befikre’ opposite to Ranveer Singh in a bold role and had 23 French kisses.

  • Kaifiyat Express derailment: Rescue operation over, no casualties, say police officials

    New Delhi: The rescue operation for the Kaifiyat Express derailment, which happened in the wee hours of Wednesday, is over. The Kaifiyat Express, train No. 12225 – Azamgarh to New Delhi, which derailed in Auraiya district of Uttar Pradesh at around 2:40 a.m., has left about 74 passengers with minor injuries.

  • Kerala actress abduction case: Dileep’s custody extended till September 2

    Malayalam superstar seems to be in the bad phase of his life. After getting involved in famous Kerala actress abduction case, the actor has been experiencing his worst nightmare. He has been accused of allegedly planning to molest actress for which Kerala police took him into custody.

  • Audi Q7 Petrol Launching On September 1

    Audi India is gearing up to extend the lineup of its flagship SUV, the Q7, by launching its petrol avatar, the Q7 40TFSI, on September 1, 2017. The model’s introduction is in line with Audi’s plans to offer a petrol engine with all its models by the end of 2017, due to the deteriorating level of interest in diesel cars. In fact, save for the Audi Q5, set to

  • Your daily horoscope- 23 August by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:– Possibilities of personal and emotional discussion with your loved ones are on the cards! You would find peace with your spouse and will understand him/her better.

  • Sonia Gandhi condoles death of former Manipur CM Keishing

    New Delhi, Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday condoled the death of freedom fighter, veteran Congressman and four-time Manipur Chief Minister Rishang Keishing at the age of 97.

  • China hopes India will take positive steps to correct its incorrect words, deeds

    Beijing: China has hoped that “India will take practical and positive actions to correct its incorrect words and deeds”. China’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying made the remarks after Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh said on Monday that although India is not aggressive and has never initiated an attack and it will not compromise on nation’s security.