Free Press Journal
  • Overseas job fraud: Cops nab cheat who sent unsuspecting aspirants to Colombo

    Bhayandar : The Mira Road police have nabbed a fly-by-night recruitment agent  who duped two unemployed youth under the pretext of providing them overseas jobs with highly paid salaries in a reputed Sri Lanka-based shipping company. Identified as Saumya Ranjan Mishra (26), the accused is said to be involved in a series of job frauds across the country by using web search engine.

  • BMC’s appeal: Drink boiled water for next seven days

     Mumbai : The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has appealed Mumbaikars to drink boiled water for the next 7 days starting from Monday. There is a possibility of supply of turbid water in the city in the coming days. As a result, the BMC has issued the notice.

  • US reactivates 2nd Fleet in Atlantic to counter Russia

    Washington : The US Navy has said it is re-establishing its Second Fleet to bolster the American and NATO presence in the Atlantic Ocean amid increasing tensions with Russia.

  • Untouchability won’t vanish with leaders eating at Dalit homes: Paswan

     Mumbai : Even as politicians make headlines by breaking bread with Dalits, Union minister Ram Vilas Paswan on Saturday said the political class should desist from patronising the backward community, and that untouchability won’t simply go away by leaders having food at Dalit homes. He said while Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s intentions were right, reports of untoward incidents have put a “question mark” on his work.

  • Basketball veteran smiles her way through troubled times

    Ujjain : In a country like India where sports has always been considered secondary to education, overcoming odds to beat the situation, and more so, by a woman speaks volumesof  her gritty character and temperament.

  • Israeli PM  briefs Modi on Iran’s N-breaches

    Jerusalem : Drumming up international support for his call to “fix” or “nix” the Iran nuclear deal, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has reached out to his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi to update him on the recent developments.

  • School children more prone to anxiety

    Mumbai : A study conducted by King Edward Memorial (KEM) Hospital shows that school children in the city are suffering from anxiety resulting in a decrease in the academic performance. The researcher said it was the must needed study as the cases of anxiety was increasing in the teenagers and the reason for the increased prevalence is still unknown.

  • Saeed moves court over security issue

    Lahore : Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed has filed a petition in the Lahore High Court, challenging a provincial government’s decision to withdraw his security.

  • Mungantiwar calls for implementation of green city concept

    MUMBAI: Maharashtra Forest Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar on Saturday called for the implementation of “green city” concept along with the smart city programme to increase the tree cover in the state. He was speaking at a meeting with representatives of

  • Pakistan polls would be conducted by aliens: PM

    Lahore:  Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed has filed a petition in the Lahore High Court, challenging a provincial government’s decision to withdraw his security. The provincial government of Punjab in Pakistan last month had withdrawn policemen deployed for the security of Jamaat-ud Dawa chief after the Supreme Court directed inspector-generals of Islamabad and all four provinces to take back security escorts from people who are not entitled to it. The chief justice,

  • NASA blasts off Mars lander, InSight

    Vandenberg Air Force Base (US) : NASA on Saturday blasted off its latest Mars lander, InSight, designed to perch on the surface and listen for “Marsquakes” ahead of eventual human missions to explore the Red Planet.”Three, two, one, liftoff!” said a NASA commentator as the spacecraft launched on a dark, foggy morning atop an Atlas V rocket at 4:05 AM Pacific time (1635 IST) from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, marking