Free Press Journal
  • E-cars are good, but pollution woes remain

    The Government has decided to use e-cars that run on electricity in government work. These cars have batteries like e-rickshaws. These are charged in the home and have a range of up to 300 kilometers which is sufficient for daily urban travels. The use of e-cars will certainly reduce urban pollution because these cars do not burn any fuel and do not emit any carbon. However, this does not solve the problem of pollution

  • Maharashtra Pesticide poisoning: SIT set up to probe farmers’ deaths

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra government on Friday formed a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to look into the death of farmers from Yavatmal district, suspected to be caused due to pesticide poisoning. A Government Resolution (GR) in this regard was issued on Friday. The divisional commissioner of Amravati will be heading the SIT, it said.

  • Theresa May renews campaign against slavery

    It’s unfortunate that what Theresa May called “the great human rights issue of our time” should be thought to target India. Although beset with troubles at home over Brexit, Mrs May has used the 2017 UN general assembly to renew her campaign against slavery.

  • Soon, Mumbai to have a cafe that will be run by autistic youth

    Mumbai: After the success of a few prominent cafes and a leading retail store that have hired physically challenged workers, a Non-Governmental Organisation in Mumbai has gone a step further and given a different future for people with autistism and Down Syndrome (DS) in Mumbai.

  • Mumbai, Central Railway, Where Is My Train, CR commuters, Western Railway, local trains

    Mumbai: Scuffle breaks out in local train over pregnant woman occupying disabled’s seat

    Mumbai: A cross complaint was registered by two parties after a scuffle broke out between a couple and two disabled persons on a train on October 10. The scuffle broke out when the disabled persons got into an argument after a man and his pregnant wife who had occupied a seat inside the coach reserved for disabled persons.

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    Bhopal: “Sikko Ki Kahani’: Deciphering history through coins

    Bhopal: Coins speak volumes about history of any country and if you want look into the glorious past of India through rare and priceless coins you are invited to State Museum in Bhopal where 2,000 coins belonging to ancient and modern India are on display.

  • Bhopal: Diggi’s Narmada parikrama swings govt into action

    Bhopal: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan may not have reacted publicly on the ongoing Narmada Parikrama of ex-chief minister Digvijay Singh but the event has forced the government to sit up and take notice. And chief minister’s actions are speaking louder than his words.

  • Mumbai: Chain snatcher held by railway police at Panvel

    Mumbai: The Government Railway Police (GRP) of Panvel arrested a chain snatcher who would targeted women commuters on Konkan-bound long distance trains. The GRP formed teams to catch the offender who was found loitering on the station platform on the harbour line.

  • Open to negotiations with North Korea, says US President Donald Trump

    Washington: US President Donald Trump has said he is open to the possibility of negotiations with North Korea over its nuclear weapons programme. “We’re going to see what happens with North Korea. That’s all I can say. We’re going to see what happens. We’re totally prepared for numerous things,” Donald Trump told reporters on Friday at the White House, Efe news reported.

  • Mumbai: PWD orders probe into Rs 3.70 cr scam in Manora MLA hostel

    Mumbai: The Public Works Department has ordered enquiry into Rs 3.70 crore scam in garb of repairs of rooms of 31 legislators at Manora MLA hostel. Free Press Journal has revealed how contractors grab the huge amount from the state exchequer by showing repair works on paper only.

  • Bhopal: BJP anti-dalit face exposed: Choudhary

    Bhopal: Suspension of Mungaoli college principal has exposed the anti-dalit face of BJP, said PCC schedule caste committee chairman Sunrendra Choudhary here on Friday.

  • Bombay High Court

    Bombay High Court slams Magistrate for questioning its ‘authority’, also raps jailer of Taloja prison

    Mumbai: In a unique case of the lower court questioning the higher court’s ‘authority’ for passing certain orders, the Bombay High Court on Friday rapped the Metropolitan Magistrate, Railway Mobile Court, Andheri. The HC slammed the Magistrate for questioning the HC’s authority in passing orders while quashing a rape case against freelance producer Tejas Parmar.