Free Press Journal
  • Blame it on selfie mania? Dahanu disaster

    As per prima facie findings, the mishap seems to have happened when some of the teenagers climbed onto the roof of the trawler ‘Dahanu King’ — to click selfies. “However, when all of them came on one side, the boat lost balance, tilted and capsized,” said one of the rescued students .

  • Cong MLA reports violation in SRA scheme to Fadnavis

    Mumbai : Congress’ Vijay Vadettiwar, the deputy leader of opposition, in a letter to Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has claimed tenants of Andheri Anna Nagar SRA scheme were threatened by bouncers of a company aspiring to get redevelopment work.

  • Police form three  additional teams to trace Yug Tuli

     Mumbai : The NM Joshi Marg police have formed three additional teams to trace the absconding accused Yug Tuli, owner of Mojo’s Bistro. According to Ahmad Pathan, Senior PI, NM Joshi Marg police station,“We have formed three additional teams to trace Yug Tuli. I cannot disclose the locations of the teams. Tuli is likely to be arrested soon.”

  • Changing name not enough, delete scenes: Athawale

    Mumbai: Union minister Ramdas Athawale on Saturday said that  Bollywood film ‘Padmavat’ should not be allowed to release till the scenes which were “offensive” to the Rajput community were deleted from it.



  • Nripendra Misra

    PM’s principal secy turns up at CJI’s home

    New Delhi : TV visuals on Saturday showed the Prime Minister’s Principal Secretary Nripendra Misra turning up at the residence of Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra, at No 5, Krishna Menon Marg, a day after four senior-most judges of the Supreme Court virtually revolted against the CJI, raising questions over “selective” case allocation. The visuals showed Nripendra Misra driving to the CJI’s official residence here. His car couldn’t go in as


    New Delhi  : Four senior-most Supreme Court judges, who rebelled against Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra on Friday, did not say it in so many words by not going into specifics but in guarded words they accused him of allocating cases to handpicked junior judges to try and influence the outcome.

  • 3 school students dead in Dahanu boat capsize

    Mumbai : A picnic turned into tragedy for 40 students of KL Ponda High School at Dahanu, Palghar. A boat ferrying them capsized in the morning at 11.30 am on Saturday at Dahanu Parnaka Beach, killing three students, who drowned. The police and Indian Coast Guard (ICG) helped rescue 32 students and two teachers. The Indian Coast Guard and Palghar Police are involved in the rescue operations which were underway till late