Free Press Journal
  • This Pune doctor treats homeless and local beggars for free

    Pune: ‘Doctor is the second God’ proverb truly describes this doctor from Pune, who treats homeless and beggars free of cost. Dr Abhijeet Sonawane starts his day by visiting shrines and religious places and treating the elderly and physically challenged homeless people, who beg to survive.

  • Indore: 1% mandi duty proving costly

    Indore: The imposition of the mandi tax on supply of pulses brought from other states has adversely hit the pulses market and their processing units in the city. About 50% units have shut down while rates of the split pulses have moved by Rs 4 to Rs 5 per quintal.

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    Kaala trailer: 5 reasons why Rajinikanth fans will love it

    The much-awaited trailer of the Rajinikanth starrer Kaala has released today. While the film is only a week away from its release, here are a few thoughts about the recently released trailer. We are sure that this Pa. Ranjith directorial will turn out to be yet another treat for the South megastar’s fans!

  • Bhopal: In AAP protests, tent house gets notice to remove sunshade

    Bhopal: The AAP activists sitting on indefinite strike at Sahjani Park will have to continue their protest under the blazing sun if the tent house owner abiding with the police notice removes the sunshade from the site.

  • Bhopal: BJP’s loud silence in Twitter war

    Bhopal: The Congress may not have begun its fight at the ground level for state assembly elections, but its leaders are targeting BJP government on the Twitter on a daily basis.

  • Bhopal: 24 collectors shifted in three months, more shifting on cards

    Bhopal: As many as 24 district collectors have been shifted in past three months to set up new administrative machinery prior to the assembly elections in the state. A transfer list of field postings has not been issued, in the light of farmers’ agitation. Chances are that some more collectors will be reshuffled in the coming time.

  • Bhopal: Government may resort to severing mobile, net services

    Bhopal: In wake of proposed farmers’ stir, the government is mulling over severing mobile and internet services in sensitive and affected areas if protest went out of control. The 10-day Kisan Andolan is all set to begin across the state beginning June 1.

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    Goregaon fire: Four die; labour contractors among three arrested

    Mumbai: A day after the fire broke out on the seventh floor of Techniplex Complex of SV Road in Goregaon (west), Goregaon police arrested three men including two labour contractors in connection with the blaze that claimed four lives and injured several others. The zonal Deputy Commissioner of Police Vikram Deshmane confirmed the development and said, “The case has been registered under sections 304A and 34 of Indian Penal Code. Three men

  • Bhopal: Rape survivour on hunger strike citing police laxity

    Bhopal: Fed up with running from pillar to post for getting justice a rape survivour started a hunger strike at Kamla Park in the state capital from Monday in the state capital. She had even tried end her life by consuming poison outside CM House as a mark of protest and to bring attention her plight in January 2018 but to no avail.

  • Mumbai: Dawood’s imprisoned brother Iqbal Kaskar admitted in hospital

    Mumbai: Iqbal Kaskar, the brother of fugitive Underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, was on Monday admitted to JJ hospital here after he complained of chest pain and giddiness, sources at the hospital said. Kaskar (56), who has been lodged in the Thane Central Jail, was referred to the hospital by the prison authorities, they said.

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    Mumbai: Couple kills sex worker for not paying loan of Rs 40000, accused held

    Mumbai: A 48-year-old Shobha Ramdas Patil alias Neha, along with her live-in partner Babu Bhagwan Patel was arrested for allegedly killing a sex worker Meena Joshi, who had refused to pay them a loan of Rs 40,000. The incident came to light when Meena’s decomposed body was recovered from an empty water drum near Shivaji Nagar’s MHADA colony.

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    Jharkhand: 6 Naxals arrested by police in Balumath

    Latehar (Jharkhand): Six Naxals of Tritiya Sammelan Prastuti Committee (TSPC), a banned Naxal outfit, were arrested by the police in Balumath, here on Monday. Weapons and Rs 22,000 in cash were seized from their possession.

  • Protests in South Africa over death of 9-year-old Indian-origin girl in botched car hijacking

    Johannesburg: A nine-year-old Indian-origin girl was today killed in a botched car hijacking, leading to angry protests by the community members in the Indian township of Chatsworth in Durban. The girl, Sadia Sukhraj, was on her way to school with her father when three armed men allegedly accosted and hijacked the car she was in and sped away with her.

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    MSRDC to use advanced technology to prevent landslides on Mumbai-Pune Expressway

    Mumbai: In a first, the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) will be making use of Italian and Swiss technology to curb landslides on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway this monsoon. The process, which is in the last stage of completion, includes Geomorphological (study of earths surface) checking and surveillance in order to prevent rock falling incidents on the Expressway.