Free Press Journal
  • Vehicle thefts continue at railway station premises

    Ujjain : The spate of vehicle robberies at railway station premises continues unabated.  On Friday, a bike belonging to Nirmal Kumar, resident of Ved Nagar was stolen on Friday and a report was lodged with the government railway police (GRP). The railway administration has provided free parking place for vehicles at Madhav Nagar and Dewasgate railway station.  The head constable of government railway police (GRP) stated that 9 incidents of vehicle thefts

  • State to form panel to stop infant deaths in hospitals

    Mumbai : In order to curb the deaths of foetuses, infants and malnourished children, the state health ministry issued an advisory on September 8, to form a committee of neonatologists who will solve the queries regarding the neonatal fatalities in the hospitals and health care centres across the state.

  • Sania Mirza

    India’s campaign ends at US Open as Sania Mirza bows out

    New York : Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza and her Chinese partner Peng Shuai suffered a major blow as they knocked out of the US Open after going down in the semi-finals of the women’s doubles event here at the Flushing Meadows last event.

  • MHADA to revoke NOCs of delayed redevelopment projects in the city

    Mumbai : The Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) has been directed to issue notices to hundreds of redevelopment projects that have been delayed for more than three years. According to MHADA’s updated data of redevelopment projects, only five redevelopment projects, out of 521 projects that were issued No Objection Certificates (NOCs) by MHADA in the last five years, have been completed so far.

  • 28th annual conference of Academy of Regional Anaesthesia

    Indore : On the second day of the 28th annual conference of Academy of Regional Anaesthesia, NRI Dr Narendra Rawat (from Sweden) said, “Most people in our country have a myth that we are far behind western counterparts in medical field but it is much to our proud that we are even leading in many streams of medical and health.”

  • Housing body delays an affordable project

    MHADA officials said that there are no newly constructed flats for this year’s lottery. Most of the flats in the lottery were leftovers of previous lotteries.

  • Indian hockey eves

    lose 0-1 to local Dutch club in warm-up clash

  • England seal series win over West Windies

    Resuming at Friday’s score of 93-3, the Caribbean side continued to struggle against the hosts as they lost three more wickets in quick successions.

  • Mass exodus as Hurricane Irma eyes Florida, batters Cuba

    Miami : After laying waste to several Caribbean islands, Hurricane Irma was barrelling towards Florida on Saturday , where some 5.6 million people faced orders to evacuate as the monster storm made landfall in Cuba.

  • Rise in number of prisoners ‘misusing’ parole worries HC

    Mumbai : The Bombay High Court has recently turned the heat on the prisoners who go absconding or surrender late after being released temporarily on parole or furlough. The HC has observed that cases of prisoners reporting back to jail late or jumping parole and furlough leaves, are on a rise and that such tendency needs to be curbed.

  • Leipzig down Hamburg 2-0

    Hamburg : Second-half goals from Naby Keita and Timo Werner helped Leipzig beat Hamburg 2-0 in the opener of the 3rd round in the Bundesliga football championship here.

  • 3-yr-old boy kidnapped from Vashi rail station

    Mumbai : A three-year-old boy has been abducted from platform number 3 of Vashi railway station. A missing complaint has been registered by the Vashi police station on Saturday.

  • World Cup star Harmanpreet gets promotion in railway job

    Mumbai : Cricketer Harmanpreet Kaur, who hit a stunning 171 not out in the recent women’s cricket World Cup propelling India into the finals, has been promoted as Officer on Special Duty (OSD) in the Western Railway.

  • Radhe Maa suffers setback in domestic violence case

    Mumbai : The Borivali Metropolitan Magistrate court rejected self-styled god woman Radhe Maa’s application on Friday. Court stated, as per the allegations made by the applicant Niki Gupta, Radhe Maa alias Sukhvinder Kaur assaulted her and abused her in filthy language. Kaur had moved an application requesting that her name should be dropped from the domestic violence case registered against her.