Free Press Journal
  • Mobile Aadhaar can now be used to enter airports

    New Delhi : Mobile Aadhaar can be used as an identity proof to enter airports, while identification documents will not be required for minors accompanied by parents, according to a circular issued by aviation security agency BCAS.

  • Political parties’ reaction on demonetisation premature: Businessmen

    BHOPAL : Union finance minister Arun Jaitley’s announcement that BJP will celebrate November 8 as ‘Anti-black money Day’ and Congress party’s declaration that it will observe it as ‘Black-Day’ have evoked mixed response from business community.

  • Egg trader duped of Rs 90,000 by conman

    Indore : An egg trader from Burhanpur was duped of Rs 90,000 by a conman in the name of giving him good quality eggs in cheap price on Friday. The victim has lodged a complaint with police in this regard.

  • Cycling track: BMC calls for suggestions

    Mumbai : The BMC has called for suggestions and ideas from cyclists, NGOs and stakeholders before starting the 13 kilometre-long cycling track project which will run between Nariman point and Worli seaface.

  • Team India aim seven in a row

    Virat Kohli and his team thrive on challenges and they will back themselves to win their seventh ODI series in a row, when they take the field at the Green Park Stadium today.

  • 60 tonne waste collected from Juhu days after Chhath Puja

    Mumbai : After three days of continuous cleanliness drive conducted at Juhu beach post Chhath Puja, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) workers from Solid Waste Management (SWM) department collected nearly sixty tonnes of waste including six of nirmalaya (flowers waste).

  • Swing with extra pace is secret to my success: Bhuvneshwar Kumar

    Kanpur : In-form India pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar says not losing the ability to swing the ball despite adding extra pace to his armoury has made him a much better bowler than what he was two years ago.

  • Virat Kohli skips optional practice ahead of third ODI at Kanpur

    Kanpur : Captain Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah and Hardik Pandya were among the five Indian team members who skipped the optional practice session ahead of the series decider against New Zealand here.

  • Half the credit for Modi’s LS win goes to Rahul Gandhi: MNS

    Thane : Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray has said that half the credit for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s victory in the last Lok Sabha polls goes to Rahul Gandhi as his mocking the then Gujarat chief minister did not go down well with voters, reports PTI.

  • Kamal visits Ennore creek for a primer on people’s issues

    Chennai : Veteran film star Kamal Haasan on Saturday visited the Ennore Creek area and listened to people’s grievances, days after be voiced concern over encroachment and flyash from power plants affecting livelihood of the fishermen there.

  • Pickpocket gang held, Rs 78K cash, mobiles, gold items recovered

    Indore : Four persons were arrested by crime branch for their involvement in thefts in public transport vehicles on Saturday. Stolen items including cash, mobile phones and gold jewellery were recovered from their possession.

  • 6 months on, multi-crore scamsters still at large

    Mumbai : The kingpin of a scam and his accomplice remain absconding six months after an FIR had been registered in a Rs.15-crore money launderings case. The mastermind, Mandar Master (23), and his aide Rohit Uchil (30) lured several people to invest huge sums on the pretext of getting returns up to 50 percent.

  • Shiva, Manoj in semi-finals of National Boxing Championship

    Visakhapatnam : Defending champions Shiva Thapa and Manoj Kumar were assured of their second successive National Championship medals after the celebrated duo advanced to the semi-finals of the event here.

  • Internet Day: Create Stories to celebrate with‘internet par gupshup’ today

    Indore : Celebrating International Internet Day, ‘Create Stories Social Welfare Society’ has organised ‘Internet Par Gupshup’ on Sunday from 12 pm to 1:30 pm at a café. While understanding numerous benefits and jobs created by internet, people from different age groups would also confess their addiction to smart phones and computer systems at the event.