Free Press Journal
  • Top sumo referee apologises for sexual harassment: Reports

    Tokyo : Sumo’s top-ranked referee sexually harassed a teenage referee last month, Japanese media reported on Saturday, in a fresh blow to the ancient sport after a former champion was charged over a brutal assault on a rival.

  • Mevani not responsible for violence: Athawale

    Mumbai: While the Pune police has registered a case against Jignesh Mevani for a “provocative speech”, Union minister Ramdas Athawale on Saturday said the Gujarat MLA was not responsible for the violence at Bhima-Koregaon in Pune district on January 1.

  • US net neutrality: Internet union to join legal battle

    Washington: In a bid to block the repeal of net neutrality, the Internet Association, a US political lobbying body representing Google, Facebook and other tech giants, will join the legal battle to sue the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

  • Tejaswi camp starts with hoisting of flags

    Ujjain : Three-day Tejaswi camp organised by Vidya Bharati began with flag hoisting at Nanakheda Stadium on Friday.

  • UCO bank organises health camp on foundation day

    Ujjain : UCO bank Nanakheda and CHL Hospital jointly organised a free general health and bone diseases check up camp on the foundation day of the bank on Tuesday from 10 am to 2 pm.

  • Final match in girls’ category in state-level karate competition held

    Ujjain : State level karate competition organised under the joint aegis of Madhya Pradesh Karate Association and Sports Karate Association Ujjain is being held at Kalidas Academy. Under this karate competition of girls and women category was organised. Men and child category competitions will be organised on Saturday and Sunday.

  • Thane police nab 13 criminals in 4 cases, seizes drugs, gold

    Thane : In a spree of criminals hunt, the Thane police have arrested total of 13 persons involved in four different crimes. The police also seized gold from robbers and drugs from a wanted criminal.

  • Father-son duo held for 2017 Bandra slum fire

    Mumbai : Police on Saturday arrested a man and his son in connection with a fire incident during a demolition drive carried out by the local civic body in a slum colony here in October last year, an official said.

  • Malaysia approves search for MH370

    Kuala Lumpur: The Malaysian government has approved a new attempt to find the wreckage of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 in the Indian Ocean, the transport minister said on Saturday, reports AP.

  • Cops turn cleaners, wield brooms at religious places

    Bhayandar : Their guns and batons took a break for a few hours on Saturday, as personnel from the Navghar police station wielded brooms to clean-up religious places including- temples, mosques, gurudwara’s  and churches under their jurisdiction in Bhayandar.

  • Policeman pays musical tribute to Dev Anand

    Mumbai : The legendary Dev Anand has played the roles of a cop in several films including hits like C.I.D. and Jewel Thief and has mesmerized film-goers in India.