Free Press Journal
  • Sassoon Dock gets a funky street makeover, thanks to St+art festival

    Contemporary art has undergone a makeover over the year – thanks to St+art India, a non-profit organisation that has been adding colour to the mundane walls of the city since 2012. The second edition of St+art Mumbai is bringing together over 30 Indian and international artists to beautify the city. The project is supported by Asian Paints and associations with Mumbai Port Trust, Singapore Tourism Board, Bonjour India, Institut Francais and JSW

  • Not able to understand GST, says BJP minister Om Prakash Dhurve

    Bhopal: A candid confession by Madhya Pradesh minister Om Prakash Dhurve that he did not understand the Goods and Services Tax (GST) left the BJP red-faced as it argued that he is only a minister and not a chartered accountant.

  • Maha govt orders probe into fire in monorail

    Mumbai: Maharashtra government has ordered a probe into the fire that broke out in an empty monorail, which lead to halting of its services, Minister of State for Home Ranjit Patil today said.

  • OMG! Bigg Boss 11: Divya Agarwal breaks up with Priyank Sharma

    Priyank Sharma and Divya Agarwal relationship is going through rough patch and now it seems end of their relationship. Divya Agarwal in an interview with International Business Times talked about the whole thing and was upset with Priyank for taking her for granted. She said, ” Let’s break down the conversation. Firstly, why did Benafsha say ‘Forget about it, it will be bad for both of us’. In the previous episode Hina

  • Pakistan allows Kulbhushan Jadhav’s wife to meet him

    Islamabad: Pakistan today said it will allow convicted Indian death row prisoner Kulbhushan Jadhav to meet his wife, months after India had requested Islamabad to grant a visa to his mother on humanitarian grounds.

  • Odd-even a knee-jerk reaction, AAP’s theatrics: Vijay Goel

    New Delhi: The Delhi government’s decision to reintroduce the odd-even scheme is yet another “act of theatrics” by the AAP and would only add to people’s woes, Union minister Vijay Goel alleged today.

  • Pak to build community bunkers on LoC

    Islamabad: Pakistan will construct community bunkers on the Line of Control (LoC) to protect civilians from firing by Indian troops, Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said today.

  • Maharashtra farmer threatens to jump off Mantralaya, relents

    Mumbai: High drama was witnessed at the Maharashtra government headquarters Mantralaya on Friday evening when a young farmer climbed onto the top floor’s parapet and threatened to jump off if his demands were not met, officials said.

  • Hindu leader eyes Dawood Ibrahim’s eatery to build a public toilet

    Mumbai: Hardline Hindu leader Swami Chakrapani, who successfully bid for a car belonging to Dawood Ibrahim and later burnt it, today said he will acquire an eatery owned by the fugitive gangster at Bhendi Bazaar in Mumbai and build a public toilet there.

  • Sandra Bullock takes on the senator’s role

    Sandra Bullock is set to star as Texas senator Wendy Davis in “Let Her Speak”. Davis’ 11-hour filibuster helped stall an anti-abortion bill in the Texas state house. Todd Black and Jason Blumenthal are on board to produce through their Escape Artists banner, reported Variety.

  • Elizabeth Hurley to visit India soon

    After Hollywood star Halle Berry surprised many by posting ‘desi’ moments from her Mumbai tour on social media, British model and actress Elizabeth Hurley is also coming to the country’s financial and film capital here.