Free Press Journal
  • Focus on points record

    Guardiola tells Man City as they host Swansea

  • 17-yr-old’s kin allege custodial death due to cops

    Mumbai : The mother of a 17-year-old boy has alleged that her son died due to custodial death after being beaten up by the Kurla Government Railway Police officials on April 12. Yeshu Gawli was arrested in a theft case.Speaking to the Free Press Journal, Rekha Gawli, Yeshu’s mother said,“When I went to meet my son at Dongri observation home, he told me the Kurla Government Railway Police officers had beaten him.

  • Major administrative reshuffle on cards

    Transfer list of around two dozen collectors and several other IPS officers likely to be issued after PM Modi’s visit to state on April 24.

  • Crime Round Up

    Teenager molests minor girl, stabs 4

  • 368 more nominations filed for Assembly polls

    BENGALURU: As many as 368 nominations were filed on Saturday for the May 12 Karnataka assembly polls. Among those who filed the papers were former minister B Sriramulu, a close associate of mining baron G Janardhana Reddy.

  • 15k answer-sheets of law yet to be assessedRonald Rodrigues

    Mumbai : Students are distressed as around 15,000 answer scripts of Law courses of winter semester examinations are pending to be assessed by the Mumbai University (MU). Last week, the university had assured to complete assessment within 10 days but still these answer scripts are pending as the online assessment process is going on at a slow rate.

  • Democrats sue Russia, WikiLeaks for alleged Trump poll conspiracy

    New York : The Democratic National Committee (DNC) on Friday filed a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against the United States President Donald Trump campaign, the Russian government, and the WikiLeaks organisation, alleging a conspiracy to disrupt the 2016 United States presidential election.

  • NSA invoked against assailants of govt employee

    BHOPAL : Police have nabbed two miscreants and invoked National security act (NSA) against them for stalking and attacking a supervisor of Women and Child welfare department with knife at Banganga square on April 16.

  • Opportunity knocks for Arsenal in post-Wenger era

    London : Arsene Wenger’s decision to step down as Arsenal manager after 22 years in charge marks the end of an era, but also a huge opportunity for the Gunners to reestablish themselves among the elite of English and European football.

  • ‘In India, media outlets critical of govt pressured’

    Washington : The Trump administration on Saturday claimed that in India, media outlets critical of the government were allegedly pressured or harassed in 2017. “The Constitution (of India) provides for freedom of speech and expression, but it does not explicitly mention freedom of the press. The government (of India) generally respected these rights, although there were instances in which the government allegedly pressured or harassed media outlets critical of the government,” US

  • PIO teen in US shot dead for shooting cops

    Washington DC : An Indian-American teenager, wanted on a felony firearms possession warrant, was shot dead by a California police after he opened fire on them, officials said.

  • Europa League trophy stolen and recovered

    Mexico City : The Europa League trophy was stolen after being displayed at a publicity event in Mexico, only to be recovered a few hours later, authorities in the state of Guanajuato said.

  • Adsul meets Pawar to discuss merger of City Co-Op Bank

    Mumbai: Shiv Sena MP Anandrao Adsul called on NCP chief Sharad Pawar at the latter’s residence ‘Silver Oak’ here, to discuss possible merger of Mumbai-basedCity Cooperative Bank, which Adsul controls, with a bigger entity.

  • Study centers assn cries foul on univ affiliation process

    BHOPAL : The members of district study centers association of the Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication (MCNUJC) claimed that the university officials have arbitrarily granted an affiliation to six new study centers for running computer courses like PGDCA at Barghat Nagar Panchayat in Seoni district.

  • PNB moves Hong Kong HC against Nirav Modi

    NEW DELHI: Following the recent multi-million dollar scam involving several banks, the Punjab National Bank on Saturday moved the Hong Kong High Court against absconding jewellery designer Nirav Modi.

  • Chitragupt jan darshan yatra to be taken out today

    Ujjain: Lord Chitragupta’s jan darshan yatra will start at 5 pm from the statue of Lal Bahadur Shastri, located near Freeganj over-bridge and it will reach Chhotapul Ramghat at 7 pm.  There will also be distribution of mahaprasadi besides worshipping of Lord Chitragupta and Kshipra river. Jan darshan yatra will start after garlanding the statue of Lal Bahadur Shastri. Convener Dinesh Shrivastava said that Lord Chitragupta will visit the city for the

  • Relief for cricketer Cheteshwar Pujara in service tax case

    Mumbai : In a respite to cricketer Cheteshwar Pujara, the Bombay High Court recently quashed an order passed by the Service Tax Department against him over a service tax collection matter. The order passed way back in November 2012, pertains to Pujara’s service tax collection during his association with the Kolkata Knight Riders franchise of the Indian Premier League (IPL).
    A division bench of Justice Satyaranjan Dharmadhikari and Justice Prakash Naik said, “We