Free Press Journal
  • Delist Vedanta from LSE: UK Oppn

    London : The UK’s Opposition, Labour Party, has called for Vedanta to be delisted from the London Stock Exchange (LSE) following the death of 13 people during violent protests against the mining giant in Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu. John McDonnell, the UK’s Shadow Chancellor, said removing Vedanta Resources from the London financial markets would prevent reputational damage from the “rogue” company which has been operating “illegal” mining concerns for years.

  • Man duped by being lured into investing in crab blood business

    Thane : Facebook is the most favourite platform on social media where friends meet, make new friends, and chat with them. This we all know, but Kalyan resident Ninad Telgote has a different story  to tell about Facebook. He was cheated by his female Facebook friend for whooping amount of  3 lakh. Police is looking out for this woman and also an Nigerian who is involved in the racket.

  • Students of Mumbai fail to  make it to the toppers’ list

    Mumbai : Students from Mumbai have not made it to the toppers’ list as Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 12 results were declaredon Saturday. Schools claimed the performance of students and less number of schools in the city is one of the reasons why there are no toppers from Mumbai.

  • Separatist leader Shabir Shah’s girl tops CBSE results in J&K

    Srinagar : The daughter of senior separatist leader Shabir Shah on Saturday topped the CBSE results among all affiliated schools in Jammu and Kashmir. Sama, a student of Delhi Public School, Athwajan in Srinagar, has secured 97.8 per cent marks in the 12th class results for which were announced by CBSE on Saturday. Sama thereby secured the highest marks among all CBSE-affiliated schools in the state. Sama’s father, Shabir Shah is presently

  • On NDA’s 4th anniversary, Anna Hazare reminds PM Modi of ‘unkept promises’

    In a detailed letter to the PM, Hazare said that after his week-long hunger strike at Ramlila Maidan in New Delhi in March, the government had assured that it would set up a high-level expert committee to look into farmers demands including granting autonomy to Commission for Agriculture Costs & Prices.
    However, till date, nearly two months after the agitation, he rued that nothing had been done in the matter, including determining the

  • Massive traffic jam on Mumbai-Pune expressway as six vehicles collied

    Pune : Traffic on Mumbai-Pune Expressway came to a standstill after six vehicles rammed into each other on Saturday. The collision between vehicles took place near Khalapur toll-plaza after a speeding container truck applied brakes suddenly. One minor got injured and has been taken to the hospital. The vehicular movement has now resumed.