Free Press Journal
  • Maharashtra: Senior IAS couple who lost son last year blessed with twins through IVF technology

    Mumbai: A senior Maharashtra bureaucrat couple, who lost their only child last year, have now been blessed with twin daughters, thanks to the in vitro fertilisation (IVF) technology. Milind Mhaiskar and Manisha Mhaiskar, both in their late 40s, lost their 18-year-son Manmath Mhaiskar after he allegedly committed suicide by jumping off a high-rise building here in July last year.

  • Asian Games 2018: Shooter Rahi Sarnobat clinches gold in 25m pistol shooting

    Palembang: Rahi Sarnobat today became the first Indian woman shooter to win an Asian Games gold medal as she triumphed after prevailing in a double shoot-off in the 25m pistol event here. The 27-year-old shot a games record score on her way to winning the yellow metal at the Jakabaring Shooting Range.

  • On Eid al-Adha Karan-Arjun beats Baahubali by Rs 56, 000? Details inside

    Baahubali has been a centre of attractions for all things large and mighty. Be it the name of a traditional Indian food thali or a pack of firecrackers, this name rings in a bell of anything that is larger than life. Not just that, film stars have several pyrotechnic creations that have been christened with their names. On this festive occasion of this Eid – al- Adha,

  • Jammu and Kashmir: Constable shot dead by terrorists in Kulgam

    Kulgam: A policeman was shot dead by terrorists on Wednesday in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kulgam district. Terrorists opened fire at Fayaz Ahmed Shah, a constable in Jammu and Kashmir Police, outside an Eidgah, when he was leaving after Eid prayers.

  • Air India 2018 Recruitment: AIESL issues notification for 53 vacancies; Apply at

    The Air India Engineering Services Limited (AIESL) MRO Nagpur has released a recruitment notification for the posts of Aircraft Technician (FTE). Selected candidates will get a monthly salary of Rs 20,000 and the selection will be done through the trade/skill test and interview. Candidates can go to the official website – to check any further details or in case any confusion.

  • Kerala youth says wrongly ridiculed on social media for taking helicopter ride

    Aranmula: A Kerala youth, who faced severe flak on social media for taking an alleged free helicopter ride from a flood hit area to the state capital, on Wednesday said he was being ridiculed for no fault of his. An audio clip has made rounds on social media since the past two days about Jobi taking a free ride on a helicopter from Aranmula in Pathanamthitta to the state capital on the

  • Delhi: Fire breaks out in AC plant of Doordarshan Bhawan

    New Delhi: A fire broke out in an AC plant of Doordarshan Bhawan at Mandi House, a Delhi Fire Service official said. A call was received about the fire at 12:50 pm and five fire tenders were rushed to the spot. The fire was controlled within 10 minutes, he said. The AC plant is situated on the ground floor of the Doordarshan Bhawan, the official said. No casualties or injury has been

  • Asian Games 2018: Indian women archery team qualifies for quarterfinals

    Jakarta: The Indian women’s compound archery team qualified second for the Asian Games quarterfinals, pipped by powerhouse Korea in the ranking round, here today. India were already through to the quarters with a first-round bye and today’s round only decided the placement of the teams in the draw based on their rankings. India ended up in the bottom half with Korea in the upper half.

  • ‘Operation Khataara’: Hema Malini requests new Mumbai police commissioner clear out all junk from Juhu

    Although Hema Malini is not able to dedicate much time to the Indian entertainment industry, the actress is enjoying her family time and of course, not to forget a successful political career. Recently, a request from the actress turned politician has helped the residents of plush locality of Juhu in suburban Mumbai. Hema showcased her support to ‘Operation Khataara’ in a unique way by contacting the police commissioner.

  • Manoj Bajpayee hopes CBFC clears human trafficking film ‘Love Sonia’ without cuts

    Mumbai: Actor Manoj Bajpayee hopes the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) clears “Love Sonia”, based on women trafficking, without cutting any portion of the film. “‘Love Sonia‘ is based on women trafficking and I hope our censor board passes that film as soon as possible and for that, I would like to urge the censor board to not cut any portion of that film because women

  • Madhya Pradesh: 4 people dead after their car swept away in Mandsaur

    Bhopal: At least eight deaths in rain-related incidents were today reported in Madhya Pradesh as heavy showers continued to lash many parts of the state. Four persons drowned when the car in which they were travelling was swept away in Gulyana area, 25 km from Mandsaur district headquarters, police said.

  • ‘Gold’ actor Kunal Kapoor raises Rs 1.2 crore to rebuild Kerala

    Mumbai: Actor Kunal Kapoor’s crowd funding platform Ketto has raised Rs 1.2 crore for rehabilitation work in flood-hit Kerala. He says it is overwhelming to see people come forward and support a cause. Kerala has been hit hard by the worst floods in a century, leaving hundreds dead and thousands displaced and homeless.

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    Bakra Eid 2018: It’s a working Eid for Mohammad Nazim

    Actor Mohammad Nazim, who is celebrating Bakra Eid today, says that the day is of huge significance to him. The actor says that this is the first time he will be in Mumbai on the festival and has not been able to go to his hometown in Punjab. “This is the first time that I am not being able to go to

  • Shocking! All 800 candidates fail in govt accountant recruitment exam in Goa

    Panaji: As many as 8,000 candidates appeared for an examination conducted for 80 posts of accountant in the Goa government, but all failed the test. The candidates, all graduates, needed to secure a minimum of 50 marks out of the total 100 to qualify but none got it, a senior official said on condition of anonymity.