Free Press Journal
  • Parties advocating ceasefire playing politics over Ramzan: Jitendra Singh

    Jammu : Parties advocating a unilateral ceasefire by the Centre in Jammu and Kashmir are playing politics over Ramzan, Union Minister Jitendra Singh on Saturday said and asserted that the government had a consistent policy with regard to Pakistan and terrorism.

  • 26/11: Nawaz Sharif admits Pakistan’s hand

    Lahore : For the first time, Pakistan’s ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif has publicly acknowledged that militant organisations are active in the country and questioned the policy to allow the “non-state actors” to cross the border and “kill” people in Mumbai, a media report said. Sharif, who has been disqualified to hold public office for life by the Supreme Court in the Panama Papers case, said Pakistan has isolated itself. “We have

  • Bombay Republicans emerge champs in St Peter’s Youth Centre Annual Hockey Tournament

    Mumbai : A determined Bombay Republicans dished out a combined fighting display and managed to edge past Indian Navy by a 3-2 margin in an absorbing and well-contested men’s final of the St Peter’s Youth Centre Annual Hockey Tournament for the Late Raphal Donald Trophy and played under floodlights at the Fr. Donnelly Sports Complex Artificial Turf at the St. Stanislaus High School ground, Bandra.

  • Former Ola & Uber drivers start new cab service for Mumbaikars

    Mumbai : The new entrant into the cab aggregator market Sahyadri Smart Safe Private Ltd (S3) which has been launched today, is been initiated by drivers who were working for Ola and Uber. The application will be called as ‘S3 cab services’ which will be made available on Android and IOS platforms.

  • Drunk autodriver rams into actor Jacqueline’s car

    Mumbai : Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez escaped unhurt after her car was hit by an autorickshaw allegedly driven by a drunk driver at Bandra here, officials said. The incident took place at Carter Road late on Friday.

  • Court awards death for toddler’s rape-murder

    Indore : The Indore district court on Saturday awarded death penalty to a 26-year-old for rape and murder of a three-month-old girl, while likening him to “gangrene”. The verdict came within 22 days of the incident. Additional Sessions Judge Varsha Sharma sentenced Naveen Gadke, the accused, to death under IPC Section 376 (A) (death due to injuries during rape) which was introduced under the Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2013, and Section 302

  • ‘We understand importance of celebrating life better’

    Indore : Celebrating their choice of becoming a nurse, nurses came together and organised functions including theme parties at local hospitals on Saturday to mark International Nurses Day.

  • Girls, physically challenged man ‘disrupt’ prog

    Some acrimonious scenes were witnessed during the programme when a physically challenged man created ruckus at the venue demanding to meet the CM for job. A group of girls also came up with their demand seeking amendment in the criteria for police recruitment.

  • Respiratory problems on the rise

    Mumbai : Due to the fluctuating temperature, many Mumbaikars are suffering from viral infections. As per doctors, changing temperatures provide an ideal atmospheric condition for viruses to thrive. Also, hospitals have witnessed a rise in breathing ailments due to poor air quality. City doctors said that on a daily basis they witness two to three patients. However, in the past one week, over 10 patients have complained of suffering from viral fever,

  • MDFA to conduct trials to select senior men’s team

    Mumbai : The Mumbai District Football Association (MDFA) will be conducting trials to select the Senior men’s team that will participate in the Maharashtra State Inter-District football tournament, to be played in Nashik from May 28, 2018.

  • Kareena Shankta swims to gold

    MUMBAI : Kareena Shankta of Forest Club piped fancied Vedika Amin in a thrilling finish to win gold in the 50m breaststroke in the girls II section on a day when five more new records were set on the second day of the GMAAA Age Group Aquatic championships, held at Tata Swimming pool, Chembur,  here on Saturday.

  • Clean Sweep for Borivali boys

     Mumbai : The young guns of Bhagyanagar building in Borivali have taken up the cudgels to bring about a change. To start with, they want to change the scenario of their own building.

  • Indian eves aim for bright start at Asian Champions Trophy

    Donghae City (South Korea) : Dutch coach Sjoerd Marijne will hope to start his second stint with the Indian women’s hockey team on a positive note when the defending champions open their campaign against a tough Japanese side at the fifth Women’s Asian Champions Trophy here on Sunday.

  • Rs 44,315 recovered during raid on betting den, 26 nabbed

    Indore : City crime branch on Saturday raided a house in Palasia area and arrested 26 people involved in betting. A sum of Rs 44,315 and betting slips were recovered from them. The accused were handed over to Palasia police station for further action.