Free Press Journal
  • Value of Yogi Adityanath’s assets increased by 32 percent in 3 years

    Lucknow: The value of assets of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has registered an increase of almost 32 percent during the last three years, according to an affidavit submitted by him to the returning officer for the UP Council by polls which he is contesting.

  • Syria govt behind sarin gas attack in April: UN probe

    Geneva: United Nations war crimes investigators said today they had evidence that Syrian government forces were behind the chemical attack that killed dozens of people in Khan Sheikhun in April. In the first UN report to officially blame Damascus, the UN Commission of Inquiry (COI) on Syria said it had gathered an “extensive body of information” showing the Syrian airforce was behind the horrific sarin gas attack on April 4.

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    Bombay High Court mulling to assign 2 days a week to hear BMC-related pleas

    Mumbai: Unhappy over “lack of proper assistance” in hearing matters pertaining to BMC, the Bombay High Court today said it was considering assigning two days in a week to hear only such petitions during which the civic commissioner will have to remain present with his staff.

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    India-Russia friendship rock solid: Sushma Swaraj

    Vladivostok (Russia): External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today told her Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov that the “rock solid” friendship between the two countries cannot be weakened by anyone.

  • Ganesh Visarjan 2017: Randeep Hooda cleans Versova Beach after immersion

    After presiding over pandals and gracing homes for 12 days, Mumbai’s favourite deity, Ganapati Bappa bid farewell on Anant Chaturdashi. Nearly thousands of Ganesh idols were immersed at various locations in the city on Tuesday. The immersion has also resulted in clogging of beaches with the paraphernalia associated with the festival. As far as the clean-up is concerned, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) start taking up efforts to clean the beaches. Volunteers too

  • Spain, Morocco jointly detain 6 IS suspects

    Madrid: The Spanish and Moroccan security forces dismantled a six-member terror cell and arrested five suspected extremists in Morocco and one in Melilla, the Spanish Interior Ministry said on Wednesday. The leader of the group, a Spanish national, was one of the five arrested in Morocco while he was carrying “recruitment and educational” work for the Islamic State, Xinhua reports.

  • Mumbai: 12,000 coconut trees will be planted in the next 6 months

    After MMRC had cut South Mumbai’s trees for Metro Corridor now in the next six months, 12,000 coconut trees will be planted alone Mumbai’s west coast. These will run along the coast in Juhu, Versova, Aksa, Gorai, Danapani and Manori, reports Mid Day.

  • Shocking Video: Cop allegedly molests female colleague in Coimbatore during NEET protest

    A shocking video clip has emerged in which a policeman seems to be molesting his junior, female cop while controlling the crowd. A woman trapped in a sea of people, with the man facing her, constantly touching her upper body party. His left hand appears to be groping her, even as he is controlling the crowd. The struggling woman attempts to push away his hand over and over again but to no

  • Must See! Ravi Dubey’s lovely birthday message for wife Sargun Mehta

    One of the most stylish and bubbly TV actresses Sargun Mehta turns 29 today. And on this special occasion of her life, her husband and TV actor Ravi Dubey wished her in a unique way which will surely give an example to a man to be a perfect husband. Ravi has always been expressing his eternal love to Sargun. But this time, Ravi has become even more romantic by expressing his love

  • Leaked UK documents shows thinking on cuts to EU immigration

    London: A leaked document has shed some light on the British government’s plans to cut immigration from the European Union once Brexit has become a reality. The draft Home Office document published by the Guardian today reveals plans to make it much harder for low-skilled EUworkers to settle in Britain. It would also make it harder for EU workers in Britain to bring in family members to join them.

  • Humiliated and expelled by Pakistan High Commission in Birmingham, says Imran Tahir

    Karachi: South Africa leg-spinner Imran Tahir, who is also a part of the Faf du Plessis-led World XI side, has claimed he and his family was humiliated by the Pakistan High Commission when he attempted to apply for a visa for the upcoming T20 series between the two sides.

  • Myanmar Rohingya exodus: Aung San Suu Kyi blames ‘terrorists’ for ‘misinformation’

    Myanmar’s Aung San Suu Kyi blamed terrorists for ‘huge iceberg of misinformation’, which has led to huge violence in the Rakhine state but made no mention of the nearly 126,000 Rohingya Muslims who have fled over the border to Bangladesh since Aug. 25. Many Rohingya Muslims have been killed and to save their lives, they are taking shelter in the neighbouring country. Suu Kyi told Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in a

  • Johnson and Johnson India unveils enhanced paternity leave

    New Delhi: Johnson and Johnson India today announced an enhanced paternity leave policy under which new and adoptive fathers will be entitled to eight weeks of paid leave during the first year of birth or adoption. For new mothers, the company has been offering up to 26 weeks of maternity leave for the past six years. “With an enhanced paternity leave policy at Johnson and Johnson India, new and adoptive fathers will