Free Press Journal
  • How molecular gastronomy has taken Mumbai by storm

    With the advent of food science and revolution in the culinary world, molecular gastronomy is making its place in the city and in the stomachs, writes Shuba Shrivastava

  • national energy conservation day, day 14 special, save energy, water, money, energy-saving technologies, tech news, tech gadgets

    Get smart this National Energy Conservation Day

    National Energy Conservation Day (December 14) is celebrated to highlight importance of energy conservation in our day-to-day life. There are plenty of gadgets available in the market that help one to save energy, water, money and ultimately a little bit of the planet, too. Here are some energy-saving technologies

  • Winter fashion: Beat the chill, with style!

    Winter is here and so is the big question: What to wear? Sapna Sarfare finds out all about winter trends for the fashionistas in you

  • Fadnavis feared council poll would have effect in Guj: Narayan Rane

    Mumbai : Former Congress leader Narayan Rane on Saturday claimed he was not allowed to fight for the recently held Maharashtra Council polls as Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis felt it would have repercussions on Gujarat elections.

  • Women more suited for sterilisation, feel men

    A study found that only 16% of men accepted that vasectomy is a more effective method of sterilisation than tubectomy, while others claimed that it causes impotency, weakness, blood loss, restricts muscle movement and ability to do heavy work

  • Govt-funded schools must have teachers, aides for disabled: HC

    Mumbai : The Bombay High Court has directed the Maharashtra government to ensure that schools which receive funds from it have special teachers and attendants for the assistance of disabled students and staff as stipulated by statutory rules. reports PTI.

  • Commuters stage rail roko for delay in train services

    Mumbai : Yet again the local train services on the Central railway line came to a halt on Saturday for over thirty minutes. This was due to angry commuters who staged a ‘rail roko’ at Vasind station as a scheduled Chhtrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) bound local train was delayed by 30 minutes.

  • Three arrested for planning robbery

    Indore : Police arrested three armed persons while planning robbery at a petrol pump in Vijay Nagar area on Friday night. Two more accomplices managed to flee.

  • Delhi High Court directs JNU not to take any coercive steps atleast for two days against Kanhaiya Kumar, who was fined in connection with a sedition case,matter deferred to July 20

    Riots have crept into homes of people: Kanhaiya Kumar

    Mumbai : India is slowly heading towards a “civil war” as riots are no longer limited to big cities, but have slowly entered into the homes of people, said Jawaharlal Nehru University Students Union leader Kanhaiya Kumar on Saturday.

  • India aims for next whitewash

    Dharamsala : A horribly out-of-form Ajinkya Rahane will be aiming to get his mojo back as India, formidable even without regular skipper Virat Kohli, eye another ‘Whitewash’ against Sri Lanka in the three-match ODI series, starting today.

  • How will Cong fulfil Patidar quota promise, asks Modi

    Lunawada (Guj)  : Questioning Congress’ assurance of reservation to Patidar community in Gujarat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said it will either have to “snatch” the share of SCs, STs and OBCs or is making a “false promise” like it did on Muslim quota issue in several states.

  • Include Mayor in hawkers’ committee, demands Cong

    Mumbai : The Congress corporator from Kurla civic ward, Ashraf Azmi, has written a letter to the civic commissioner Ajoy Mehta with a demand to involve Mayor and local ward representatives in the Hawkers Town Vending Committee (TVC).