Free Press Journal
  • Congress leader Prithviraj Chavan says, data collected by Maharashtra government app transferred to pvt trust

    Mumbai: Congress leader Prithviraj Chavan on Tuesday alleged that data collected through an application of the Maharashtra government’s information and public relations department was being transferred to a private trust, with the state government refuting the claims. The application is headed by the Directorate General of Information and Public Relations (DGIPR) which disseminates information to print and electronic media about government policies.

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    Mumbai: Students to have new FYJC admission system

    Mumbai: Students will have a new First Year Junior College (FYJC) admission system from this academic year. The entire regime will move online where booklets will not have information about cut-off percentages about various colleges. Students will have to check cut-offs online and also apply online.

  • Mumbai: KEM students help patients navigate through the hospital

    Mumbai: Till now, the resident doctors have come under flak for striking and ignoring patients to press for their cause. For the first time, the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) students of the King Edward Memorial (KEM) medical college turned into architects as they designed navigation maps in various colours to help needy patients reach the exact location within the hospital without getting harassed.

  • Indian Medical Association calls for all-India doctors’ strike

    Mumbai: The Indian Medical Association, after a maha panchayat held in New Delhi on March 25 in which 25,000 doctors and medical students participated, has declared that doctors across the country will go on an indefinite strike from April 2, if the government does not remove controversial clauses from the National Medical Commission Bill.

  • Ball-tampering row: Smith, Warner, Bancroft removed from fourth test

    Johannesburg: Cricket Australia (CA) on Tuesday announced that it has found skipper Steve Smith, vice-captain David Warner, and Cameron Bancroft guilty in the ball-tampering scandal, and suspended the trio for the fourth Test in Johannesburg, beginning Friday.

  • Wishes and Goals

    ACCORDING to psychologist Sydney Jourard: “Most of our joy in life comes from our happy relationships with other people and most of our disappointments in life come from unhappy relationship with others. It means that most of our problems are “people problems”. Remember, that we like ourselves because of the way we feel about ourselves when we are with others. A small test can be carried out to ascertain how we get

  • Fanie de Villiers undoes Australia once again

     Cape Town : Twenty-four years ago Fanie de Villiers dismantled an Australian cricket team with a sensational spell of swing bowling. Now he has emerged as one of the key figures in exposing the current Australian side as ball tamperers.

  • GST collections slip to Rs 85,174 cr in Feb

    New Delhi : Revenue collections from Goods and Services Tax (GST) declined for the second straight month to Rs 85,174 crore in February as only 69 per cent of the assessees filed returns.

  • Bonds gather steam on cut in govt borrowing

    Yield on benchmark debt slips 29 bps to 7.3565%, Traders will be watching the first Reserve Bank of India monetary policy meeting of FY19 closely.

  • Smith, Warner set to miss India series, IPL stint hangs in balance

    New Delhi : The disgraced Australian duo of Steve Smith and David Warner is not just staring at an ouster from IPL but is also also facing the prospect of missing the India series later this year, as speculations over a length ban for ball tampering gained credence.