Free Press Journal
  • Is Narendra Modi magic still holding in Gujarat citadel?

    There is no mistaking the fact that the Gujarat assembly elections this time around have assumed huge importance as a barometer of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s sustained popularity. They will determine whether the Modi magic is still holding in his citadel or, as it happens, it is waning under the weight of anti-incumbency after two decades of BJP sway.

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    Indore: No GSTR-3B for traders with turnover up to Rs 1.5cr

    Indore: State Goods and Service Tax (SGST) commissioner Ragvendra Singh on Wednesday announced that traders with a turnover of up to Rs 1.5 crore have been exempted from filing GSTR-3B. He also said that technical glitches being faced by traders while dealing with GST will be resolved soon as technical team of SGST has been put on job.

  • Indore: No caste barriers, occasion to illuminate lives with joy

    Indore: Enjoying the true spirit of festivals, people from different communities have planned Diwali parties and celebrations. Quoting the importance of festivals in India, animation professional Saad Khan said, “India is a magical country, where all the borders of caste, community and rituals vanish as relations are purely based on humanity and love.” He explained that rituals are often accepted and sometimes ignored, but overall celebrations are organised together. Talking about his

  • Mumbai: Now, schools are giving shivers to both parents and students

    Mumbai: Parents and students are suffering from extreme fear psychosis after untoward incidents keep happening on school campuses. They are paranoid and filled with chronic anxiety.  Even children are scared by presence of strangers around them.

  • Khamenei threatens to shred nuclear deal if US quits

    Tehran: The Iranian supreme leader on Wednesday warned that his country would shred its multinational nuclear deal should the US decide to quit and criticized Europe’s weak defence of the landmark agreement.

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    Mumbai University postpones first semester examinations of degree colleges, students’ Diwali vacation spoilt

    Mumbai: The first semester examinations of degree colleges affiliated with the Mumbai University (MU) have been postponed after the Diwali vacations. Following this delay, colleges are facing a tough time adjusting daily lectures, routine time-table and internal tests. The regular lectures of First Year Junior College (FYJC) students are also affected due to this clash with examination time.

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    I’ll never name the celebrity who raped me, says Katie Price

    London: Television personality Katie Price says she will never reveal the identity of the celebrity who raped her. The 39-year-old revealed in 2009 that she was sexually assaulted by a well-known person, but says she will not name the guy who committed the crime because she doesn’t want the “drama”, reports thesun.co.uk.

  • Rohingya issue a real test for Myanmar: US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson

    Washington: US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has said that he holds the military leadership in Myanmar responsible for the current refugee crisis affecting the country’s Rohingya Muslims. Tillerson said it is up to the military leadership of Myanmar to decide what direction they want to play in the future of the country because the US consider Myanmar as an important emerging democracy.

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    Mumbai: GRP arrested mobile phone thief from a long-distance train

    Mumbai: The Government Railway Police (GRP) of Thane on Monday arrested a mobile phone thief on a long-distance train who stole two handsets from two passengers. An Railway Protection Force (RPF) staffer who was on escort duty on the train caught the accused who was seated in a sleeper coach.

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    John Abraham plans ‘cracker-free’ Diwali

    New Delhi: Actor John Abraham says he is going to celebrate a “cracker-free” Diwali, and will ensure he sticks to his skin and body care regime.

  • Mumbai: Man electrocuted after a power thief left an electric cable open

    Mumbai: In a tragic incident, a man was electrocuted on Tuesday night after a power thief left an electric cable open. The incident occurred at Bainganwadi at Shivaji Nagar and police arrested the thief on Wednesday. He has been charged with stealing electricity.

  • Mumbai: 25-year-old youth attacked in Kurla for asking biker to drive slowly

    Mumbai: A 25-year-old youth was attacked at Nehru Nagar at Kurla on Tuesday night for requesting a biker to drive his vehicle slowly to avoid accidents. The incident occurred at 11:30 p.m. Sushil Tejaram Suvasiya (25) was attacked near Macchi market Marg at Kurla (E) when he spotted an unidentified biker speeding. Suvasiya chased the biker and asked him to stop and requested him to ride the bike slowly.

  • Maratha community to hold Mahasabha on October 29 in Aurangabad

    Mumbai: The Maratha community has announced a Mahasabha on October 29 in Aurangabad. The state government has made promises to fulfill the demands of Maratha community that has carried out 57 rallies across the state so far, however, the authority has taken no action so far. This has led to disappointment within the Maratha community.

  • Thermal paper in EVMs

    Election Commission opts for thermal paper despite Congress protest

    New Delhi: The Election Comm-ission has decided to go ahead with the use of thermal paper rolls for printing voter verifiable paper slips, ignoring the written protest of the Congress. In a memorandum submitted to the commission last month, the Congress had pointed out that thermal paper should not be used, as the print vanishes in a fortnight or so, and cannot be of any use if the paper slips are to

  • US Seals were set for Osama replay in Pakistan

    Washington: The US Navy Seals were ready to mount an operation inside Pakistan, similar to the covert raid that killed Osama bin Laden, if it failed to act decisively on a US tip off to rescue a Canadian-American family abducted by the Haqqani network in 2012, according to a media report.

  • Bhopal: Maheshwari, Ajay skip Lokayukta’s swearing-in

    Bhopal: Governor Om Prakash Kohli administered the oath of office to Justice Naresh Gupta as the new Lokayukta of the state at a function at the Rajbhavan here on Wednesday. Justice Gupta is a former judge of the Jabalpur HC. Up Lokayukta Umesh Maheshwari and Leader of Opposition in the Vidhan Sabha Ajay Singh did not attend the function.

  • Mumbai: Walbart nullah widening work of Aarey colony leads to traffic jams

    Mumbai: The Storm Water and Drain Management (SWDM) department of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC)has recently started the Walbart nullah widening work of Aarey and also repairing the small bridge on it which was damaged during the August 29 deluge, but due to the ongoing repair work the nearby roads like SEEPZ of Andheri, Sher-E- Punjab and Jogeshwari Link Road (JVLR) is facing extreme traffic problem especially during peak office hours.

  • 1.73 lakh diyas to light up fortunes in Gujarat

    Chants of “Jai Shri Ram” echoed on the banks of the Saryu river as actors in the persona of Lord Rama and Sita arrived here on a chopper decked up to resemble the mythological Pushpak Viman – in a replay of Lord Rama’s return from exile to Ayodhya.