Free Press Journal
  • India vs South Africa, 1st T20I at New Wanderers Stadium: Live Scores, Match updates, Commentary

    Once again showing their dominance in the limited overs format, Virat Kohli-led team India beat South Africa in the ODI series. After losing the Test series by 2-1, the 5-1 victory was a massive return for the men in blue. And now, India and South Africa will take on each other in 3-match T20I series, the first one of which will be played on Sunday at New Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg.

  • South Africa women vs India women 2018 3rd T20I: LIVE score, match updates

    After a comfortable win in the 2nd T20I against the Proteas women. Women in Blue would now look to seal the series against the South African women in the 3rd T20I. The match, which is slated to take place at New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg, is the third of the five-match series.

  • 3 arrested in Pnb scam

    Mumbai : Gokulnath Shetty, retired Deputy Manager of Punjab National bank, Manoj Hanumant Kharat; single window operator at the bank and Hemant Dahyalal Bhatt, authorised signatory of Diamond R US, Stellar Diamond and Solar Exports have been arrested on Saturday early morning by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for the loss of Rs 280.70 crores to Punjab National Bank during 2017. They were produced before the special CBI court and remanded to police

  • BJP blames Cong for all noise to cover up

    New Delhi  : The blame game being played between the Congress and the ruling BJP on the PNB scam since past three days acquired a new dimension on Saturday on defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s sensational disclosure of a senior Congress leader’s relationship with absconding diamond czar Nirav Modi.

  • Audit sports infra in educational institutions: Guv

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Governor C Vidyasagar Rao on Saturday called for an independent audit of sports infrastructure in schools and colleges, adding that he wanted the state to become the first in the country to make sports a right of the people.

  • Cheating case: Builder, wife arrested

    Pune : The Pune Police on Saturday arrested builder D S Kulkarni and his wife Hemanti in a case of cheating in New Delhi on Saturday morning following which they were brought here and a court sent them to seven-day police custody.

  • Asha Bhosale honoured, conferred Yash Chopra memorial award

    Veteran playback singer Asha Bhosale conferred the coveted ‘5th Yash Chopra Memorial National Award’. The 84-year-old, who was felicitated by veteran actor Rekha, reflected upon her journey of over six decades and even reminisced her first meeting with the late Yash Chopra. Both the divas — dressed in gold saris — lit up the stage with their elegance and poise. Also present at the event were Maharashtra Governor CV Rao, Pam Chopra,

  • Mumbai, BMC, medical insurance, BMC employees, mediclaim insurance company, BMC office, hospitals

    HC puts BMC’s ‘open terrace’ policy up for scrutiny

    Mumbai : In a major setback for Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), the Bombay High Court on Friday said the “open terrace policy” introduced by the civic body needs a close “scrutinisation.” The HC accordingly directed the three-member Judicial Committee to examine if the policy violates the rights of occupants as contemplated under the Real Estate Regulation Act (RERA) and other ownership laws.

  • Fire brigade to induct third batch of women on March 1

    Mumbai : Next time when you call Mumbai fire brigade control for help you should not be surprised if you see women firefighters landing up to you.  Yes, you are right, Mumbai Fire Brigade(MFB) will soon induct women firefighters in large numbers for the first time in their team, who will be on field doing rescue operations.

  • Tribals won’t be shifted out of Aarey, promises Waikar

    Mumbai : In what could be a partial relief for Aarey Colony tribals, Minister of state for housing Ravindra Waikar on Saturday assured the dwellers that they will not have to leave the forest-laden colony. He also promised the tribals all the facilities which they were deprived of whilst they lived in padas.