Free Press Journal
  • Signages, marshals ensure Metro work doesn’t hamper traffic

    The transport department has installed steel barricades along the Western Express Highway (WEH) and Jogeshwari Vikhroli Link Road (JVLR) where Metro construction is on. They have also installed rubber bouncers (a tyre-like structure) on the outer cover of the barricade. In order to help in smooth flow of traffic, at least 200 traffic marshals have been deployed on the WEH and Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has deployed traffic marshals on the

  • Colombia, Poland aim to recover from defeats

    Kazan : Smarting from their opening game defeat against Japan, under-pressure Colombia will have their task cut out against wounded Poland in a Group H FIFA World Cup clash here on Sunday.

  • People line up on roads to greet Modi

    Indore : Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived to rousing welcome on his short visit to the city on Saturday evening. Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan and nation BJP general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya welcomed him at the airport.

  • Belgians delight, demolish Tunisia 

    Moscow  : Romelu Lukaku drew level with Cristiano Ronaldo at the top of the World Cup goalscoring charts on Saturday, scoring twice as Belgium moved to the brink of the last 16 after a 5-2 romp against Tunisia.

  • MMRDA to HC: Elevated Metro decided only after considering all pros & cons

    Mumbai: The MMRDA has told the Bombay High Court that it arrived at a decision to construct the Metro 2B line overground after considering all the aspects, including its pros and cons. The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA), in an affidavit filed on Friday, also told the court that it was a “conscious decision” based on technical, scientific and other material considered by experts. The proposed Metro 2B line will connect

  • Calling Rahul jehadi-Maoist sympathiser is absurd: Chidu

    New Delhi : Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram on Saturday dismissed Union Minister Arjun Jaitley’s allegation that Kashmiri Jehadis and Maoists have earned sympathy of Rahul Gandhi as “laughable and absurd” as the Congress is stoutly opposed to the two groups.

  • Youth held for creating cousin’s fake FB profile

    Indore : A youth was arrested by city cyber cell for allegedly creating fake Facebook profile of his cousin brother to defame him. The accused had also posted an obscene picture in the profile and was making obscene comments on it.

  • CHOCK-O-BLOCK: A day of traffic jams

    Indore : The two and a half hour-long visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to city left residents frowning as roads connecting eastern Ring Road and MR 10 remained choked for two hours on Saturday evening.

  • Youths forced to take off black shirts at  venue gate

    BHOPAL : The youths wearing black shirts were asked by the Police to remove them before entering the venue of public assembly, addressed by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  • Congress hits back, accuses Amit Shah of shedding crocodile tears

    New Delhi : The Congress on Saturday hit back at BJP President Amit Shah, accusing him of “shedding crocodile tears” in front of the people of Jammu after he lashed out at the Congress demanding an apology from its chief Rahul Gandhi for “anti-national statements” made by two of its senior leaders.

  • To bag-it or not: Confusion on Day 1 of plastic ban

    Mumbai : A Hamlet-like situation prevails in Mumbai on the first day of plastic ban. Public is unsure whether garbage bin bags, the thin plastic ones are banned or not. Confusion continues to prevail and after much persuasion by journalists and public, additional municipal commissioner, Nidhi Chaudhari responded on social media after photos were sent to her to confirm the status of banned bin bags.