Free Press Journal
  • Khot not keen to form new party, warns SSS chief Shetti

    Mumbai : After being sacked from Swabhimani Shetakari Sanghatana (SSS), Sadabhau Khot, minister of state (MoS) for agriculture, has criticised SSS chief and MP Raju Shetti vociferously and threatened to expose him.

  • Elusive doctor Khan found and arrested by cops

    Gorakhpur : Last Friday, Gorakhpur court issued non-bailable warrants against Dr Kafeel Khan and six others who worked at the Baba Raghav Das hospital in Gorakhpur where more than 60 children died in a span of five days last month, allegedly due to shortage of oxygen cylinders.

  • Govt aid to infertile couples at Charak hospital

    Ujjain : Couples who wish to benefit from the State government’s monetary assistance of up to Rs 50, 000 for the treatment of infertility are required to register themselves at the Roshni clinic held every Wednesday at Charak hospital.

  • System should also admit to fault: Vinesh

    New Delhi : Ace wrestler Vinesh Phogat today said it’s time that the “system admits to its fault” for the national team’s horrendous show at the World Championship, from where India returned empty-handed.

  • IT bonanza for Kerala Govt schools

    Thiruvanthapuram : An e-tender worth Rs 300 crore, billed to be the largest ever in the IT sector in Kerala’s history, was floated on Saturday. The e-tender is for 60,250 laptops and 43,750 multimedia projectors said K. Anvar Sadath, vice chairman and executive director, Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education (KITE) – formerly IT@School Project of the Kerala government.

  • Muslim youths brave opposition to start Ganeshotsav at Dharavi

    Mumbai : In an area like Dharavi where memories of Mumbai’s 1992-93 communal riots are still alive, some youths of the Muslim community have joined hands with some people of the Hindu community to start the first and only pandal where the people of different communities are working together since the past three years.

  • I was prepared to be sacked from Day One, says Oltmans

    New Delhi : “I was always prepared to be sacked,” says Roelant Oltmans after Hockey Indian removed the legendary Dutchman despite a largely successful stint of four-and-a-half years. India has always been a difficult place to work for foreign hockey coaches due to difference of opinion with national federations and bureaucratic hurdles.

  • BRICS banks agree on currency lending Cabinet reshuffle

    Beijing : Five banks of the BRICS Interbank Cooperation Mechanism (ICM) have agreed to establish local currency credit lines and develop cooperation on credit ratings in the run-up to the forthcoming BRICS summit in China.

  • Asif Ali Zardari

    Zardari to appeal against Benazir murder verdict

    Islamabad : Former President Asif Ali Zardari on Saturday vowed that the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) would appeal against the decision in the Benazir Bhutto murder case.

  • 13 more kids die in Gorakhpur

    Gorakhpur (UP) : The spate of deaths continued in the state-run Baba Raghav Das Medical College hospital in Gorakhpur with 13 more children dying in the past 24 hours, taking the toll to 1,317 so far this year.

  • Mumbai varsity students and their ‘date’ with woes

    Mumbai : Like Sunny Deol in the 1993 Bollywood film ‘Damini’, Mumbai University (MU) students are also shouting, “tareekh pe tareekh milti gayi, par insaaf nahi mila!”

  • JuD vows to intensify Jihad against India

    Lahore : In an alarming development right before the eyes of the Pakistan Government, the head of the Jamaat-ud-Dawa, Abdul Rehman Makki, has pledged to intensify “Jihad” against India in Jammu and Kashmir.

  • Top Pakistan party leader escapes assassination bid

    Islamabad: Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) senior leader Khwaja Izharul Hassan escaped an assassination attempt on Saturday in the southern port city of Karachi while he was coming out of a mosque after offering Eid prayers.

  • Govt issues alert on spread of new Locky Ransomware

    New Delhi : The government on Saturday issued an alert on spread of new malware ‘Locky Ransomware’ that can lock computers and demand ransom for unlocking them.

  • This Thane centre will help differently-abled students

    Thane : Life is not easy for differnently-abed as there are very few facilities that help them enhance their academic performance. In order to help such students to pursue their dream in the field of academics, Thane city has a new research centre for them.