Free Press Journal
  • Woman gives birth to a baby girl at Thane station

    The doctors handled the first delivery at Ghatkopar station in July 2017, second such case was attended at Dadar station in October 2017, and now this

  • They give their worries a loud laugh

    Indore : Nothing diffuses anger than a loud laugh. With laughter, one can put stress at bay and enable an individual to move ahead in life without holding onto bitterness of past. This is one of numerous benefits of laughter.

  • Stone-pelters cane charged

    The group was trying to install a statue sans proper permission

  • Minister Maya Singh to lay foundation stones for prime projects today

    Ujjain : Urban administration and development minister Maya Singh will lay foundation stones of construction works worth Rs 14 crores in the city today. Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) will organise a programme in this direction under the Smart city project. Minister Maya Singh will be the chief guest of the programme.

  • Mandir Yahi Banega written on chapel door of St Stephen’s college

    New Delhi : Students at Delhi’s St Stephen’s College on Friday afternoon noticed the chapel inside the college premises vandalized. Scribbled in capital letters in black ink across the door were words that said there should be a temple here.

  • Tales from the Volunteers of Happiness

    BHOPAL : The department of happiness conducted a three day training session, from Thursday in capital for 160 members of its clubs. 16 mentors, trained by Initiative for Change conducted the training which to improve interaction and exchange of ideas between different club members.

  • Customs officials arrested for ‘bribery’ get bail; CBI moves HC

    Mumbai  : A special court here on Satruday granted bail to seven persons including four Deputy Commissioner-rank officials of Mumbai Customs in a bribery case, even as the CBI moved the Bombay High Court seeking their further custody.

  • Liverpool eye Top-4 finish

    Reds aim to seal a Champions League spot as they take on Chelsea

  • Neeraj Chopra sets new national record at Doha

    Doha : Star Indian javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra shattered his own national record by clearing a distance of 87.43m en route finishing fourth in a star-studded field in the season opening Diamond League series meeting here. Neeraj, who recently won a gold in the Commonwealth Games with a throw of 86.47m, was up against Olympic champion Thomas Rohler, world champion Johannes Vetter and Andreas Hoffman, all Germans and all in the 90m

  • Remarkable performances on Day-3

    Ujjain : Noted dancer, Jaishree Acharya and her group gave a scintillating Kathak performance based on the nine forms of Goddess Durga on the third day of the anniversary celebrations of the State Government run Triveni museum.

  • Trump to meet S Korean Prez on May 22

    Washington : Ahead of his much-awaited summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, US President Donald Trump will host his South Korean counterpart Moon Jae-in at the White House on May 22, according to an official announcement today.

  • Documents show converted temple was tomb: INTACH

    New Delhi : A day after a report emerged regarding the alleged conversion of a small tomb into a temple at Safdarjung Enclave’s Humayunpur village, Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) Director-Projects Amit Kumar said the structure has been mentioned as tomb in historical documents.