Free Press Journal
  • Maharashtra govt is not serious over farmers’ march, says farmer leader Jayant Patil

    Mumbai: Despite Peasants and Workers Party (PWP) member Jayant Patil brought attention of the Upper House towards the massive Long March organised by All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS) which began from Nasik on March 6 and will reach and gherao Vidhan Bhavan on March 12, the government seem to ignore towards agrarian distress.

  • Karnataka Lokayukta Vishwanatha Shetty stabbed in office, attacker held

    Bengaluru: Karnataka Lokayukta P Vishwanatha Shetty was on Wednesday stabbed multiple times and left profusely bleeding by a man who went to his office with a complaint only to be told that the case was shut, officials said. Shetty, in his early 70s, was rushed to a nearby hospital and is prima facie stated to be out of danger. The Lokayukta collapsed after assailant Tejaraj Sharma attacked him in his chamber in a

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    Mumbai: Will quit if Nannar refinery is forced, says Subhash Desai

    Mumbai: Subhash Desai, minister of industries who had on Monday stated his stand against Nannar petrochemical project in assembly on Monday, has informed the Upper House that he will quit from the Devendra Fadnavis led cabinet if the project will be forced on locals.

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    Mumbai: Prakash Ambedkar calls for students’ morcha on March 15

    Mumbai: Bharipa Bahujan Mahasangh (BBM) president Prakash Ambedkar, on Wednesday, called a state-wide students morcha on March 15 in order to appeal to the central and state government to release the scholarships to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (SC/ST) and other lower-income class.

  • Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj

    Are We Gender Biased?

    The Consitution of India not only grants equality to women but also empowers the State to adopt measures of positive discrimination in favour of women for neutralizing the cumulative socio economic, education and political disadvantages faced by them. Inspite of such a powerful protection tool, yet we find women at the receiving end finding it hard to survive on their own. Why is it so that our society is still afflicted with

  • Australia Women eye second win

    Mumbai : After thrashing India A by 321 runs in their first ODI practise game, the Australia women’s team will be eyeing their second win today when the two sides clash here in the last practise game.

  • Gambhir to lead Daredevils

    New Delhi : Delhi Daredevils on Wednesday named Gautam Gambhir as its captain for the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL).

  • India mauls Malaysia 5-1

    Ipoh (Malaysia) : Dishing out their best show, India mauled hosts Malaysia 5-1 to earn an outside chance of qualifying for the final of the Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament, here.

  • Under-pressure India faces Bangladesh

    Colombo : India’s inexperienced cricket team will have to recover quickly from the eye-opening loss to Sri Lanka and lift its game by a few notches against an unpredictable Bangladesh in the Nidahas Twenty20 Trophy, here on Thursday.

  • Warner, de Kock charged for Durban  scuffle 

    Dubai : The International Cricket Council (ICC) has charged Australia vice-captain David Warner and South African wicket-keeper-batsman Quinton de Kock for breaching the ICC Code of Conduct following their altercation on the fourth day of the Durban Test, which was captured on CCTV.

  • SBI faces RBI penalty for flouting norms

    Mumbai : The Reserve Bank of India has slapped a penalty of Rs 40 lakh on SBI for not complying with its directions on detection and impounding of counterfeit notes.

  • Indian techie’s murder: Purinton pleads guilty

    Washington : A US Navy veteran pleaded guilty to the murder of Indian engineer Srinivas Kuchibhotla in a racially motivated hate crime at a bar in Kansas City last year that raised fears of growing intolerance in America following President Donald Trump’s tough rhetoric on immigration.

  • Telangana CM  plans to launch ‘federal front’ on April 27

    Hyderabad : Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao plans to launch a “federal front” – a non-Congress, non-BJP alternative at the national level – on the Telangana Rashtra Samiti’s foundation day on April 27.

  • SBI, UBI, IFCI put 16k-cr dud accounts on block

    SBI plans to sell a total of 15 NPA accounts to recover Rs 988.95 cr, including Simbhaoli Sugars that has an outstanding of Rs 158.57 cr to the bank,

  • Afghan batsman Shahzad suspended for two ties

    Harare : Wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Shahzad was on Wednesday suspended for Afghanistan’s next two matches in the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier after his accumulated demerit points reached four within a 24-month period following his latest breach of the Code of Conduct.

  • Former Oz Test opener Cowan retires

    Sydney : Former Australia Test opener Ed Cowan announced his retirement from professional cricket on Wednesday, leaving the game with more than 10,000 runs and 25 centuries to his name. He made Test debut in the Boxing Day clash with India in 2011, but hasn’t added to his 18 appearances since his last outing in 2013. He averaged 31.28.