Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai: Trains on Central line are plying late

    Local trains on Central line are running late due to rail fracture, according to reports. Even announcement are made on stations. According to a tweet which says “Some technical issues on fast track towards Kalyan.  Announcement at Dadar station”.

  • China and India have set pace for world economy, says PM Narendra Modi in Wuhan

    Wuhan: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday asserted that China and India have set the pace for the world economy for the last 1,600 years respectively. At the delegation-level talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping at East Lake Guesthouse, Prime Minister Modi thanked the former for inviting him to Wuhan.

  • IPL 2018 Match 26 DD vs KKR: Live scores, Match updates, Commentary

    Struck by the crisis emanating from Gautam Gambhir’s resignation as captain, a beleaguered Delhi Daredevils face a herculean task to revive their IPL campaign when they clash with Kolkata Knight Riders on Friday at Delhi under young skipper Shreyas Iyer. Gambhir leaving captaincy midway into the tournament does not guarantee resurrection of the side but the left-hander’s decision has given the team management a chance to infuse new life into the franchise

  • 40 civilians drown fleeing violence in northwest DR Congo

    Mbandaka (DR Congo): Forty civilians drowned when their boats capsized on a storm-swollen river as they fled fighting in northwestern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), a senior local official said today.

  • Diana Hayden slams Tripura CM Biplab Kumar, says I am a proud brown-skinned Indian

    Tripura chief minister Biplab Kumar Deb has always attracted controversies by making statements like Internet existed since Mahabharata era and remarks on Diana Hayden winning the beauty pageant title in the year 1997. But Diana has retaliated and said she is hurt by his comments.

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    Worlifest 2018: Get set to have a true insight of Aamchi Mumbai this weekend

    The maximum city is all set to host the 4th edition of the Worlifest from April 28 to 30, 2018 at the Worli Promenade. Organised by the Oaks Management Consultancy Pvt. Ltd (OMCPL), the three-day festival is a celebration of art, culture and life. From music shows to gaming area, the festival is a celebration of art, culture, food and life. To be held on the waterfront of the South-Central neighbourhood the festival will

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    Karnataka Elections 2018: It is my democratic right to vote but “cannot travel” to India, says Vijay Mallya

    London: Liquor tycoon Vijay Mallya, who had represented Karnataka twice in the Rajya Sabha, today said it was his democratic right to vote in the state assembly polls, but lamented that he cannot travel to India, where he is wanted to face charges of fraud and money laundering. The 62-year-old former businessman parliamentarian had first represented Karnataka as the member of the Upper House of Parliament between

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    Mumbai: Colaba’s iconic eatery Indigo to shut down on April 30

    Colaba’s legendary eatery ‘Indigo’ after serving scrumptious food and drinks for 19 years is shutting its doors down. In the last two decades, Mumbai witnessed an unprecedented evolution in the culinary space. But what did stand the test of time is one of the oldest restaurants in the city – Indigo. Nestled in a colonial bungalow in the quaint by-lane of Colaba, the eatery was a hub for actors, designers and who’s

  • Wagner and Hitler

    To what extent did Richard Wagner’s operas and beliefs help project Hitler’s anti-Semitic and nationalist ideology?

  • 5 Tiny We Only Think of in Times of Need

    Has it ever happened that you saved for your son’s tenth birthday; however, your wife fell sick? You had to spend the extra money, not for the birthday but your wife’s treatment? It is a story that everyone has gone through in life. Such situations take a toll on our mind and stress us to the extent that we start panicking. Rainy days will never bother you if you plan to buy an umbrella

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    To get UK passport, Meghan Markle needs time, money, a good memory

    London: How tall is the London Eye? Who opened Britain’s first Indian restaurant? Who was the fifth wife of Henry VIII? If Meghan Markle doesn’t already know the answers, she needs to start studying. All three are potential questions on a test given to those who – like Prince Harry’s fiancee – want to become British citizens. Kensington Palace says the California-born Markle intends to take UK citizenship after she marries Harry

  • Sensex climbs 256 points as May F&O series begins strong

    Mumbai: Market barometer Sensex rallied over 256 points to end at a near 3-month high of 34,969.70 today as the May derivatives series got off to a strong start. Financial stocks led by Axis Bank, SBI and ICICI Bank hogged the limelight, rising by up to about 9 per cent.