Free Press Journal
  • IAF ready for any contingency: Air Chief Marshal

    HYDERABAD: The operational preparedness of the Indian Air Force (IAF) to take on any contingency was displayed in the recent ‘Gaganshakti’ exercise, Chief of Air Staff B S Dhanoa said on Saturday. “The operational preparedness of the IAF to take on any kind of contingency was amply displayed in the recently- concluded exercise Gaganshakti. The gamut and expanse of this exercise was pan-India which saw engagement of almost all the assets of

  • State celebrates Eid with fervour, gaiety

    Mumbai: Lakhs of Muslims celebrated Eid-ul-Fitr, marking the end of the 30-day rigorous fasting during the holy month of Ramadan, with joy and religious fervour in Mumbai and rest of Maharashtra on Saturday.


    New Delhi : Unlike the practice of usually escaping abroad on the birthday, Congress President Rahul Gandhi wants to be in Delhi on Tuesday to celebrate his 48th birthday with a series of programmes.

  • Railways to install automatic rain gauge machines

    “Once these machines are installed it will help in taking precautionary measures, as after every 15 minutes these will provide real time updates which can be accessed on mobile apps or the IMD website,” said an official.

  • Not awarded complementary marks, complain many SSC students

    Mumbai : Students who recently took their Secondary School Certificate (SSC) board examination have complained about not being awarded marks for extra-curricular activities and complementary marks. Students complained they have not been given grace marks, which would have helped them pass in board examinations.

  • Sc, Commerce & Arts now portals to greener pastures

    Mumbai : Every course is much more than what it seems to be! This year, Arts and Commerce is the new talk of the town with students preferring to opt for these streams rather then Science once they finish their Class 10. Students claim these courses open wide arenas for learning and exploration involving various creative fields.