Free Press Journal
  • Politicians hell-bent on destroying Konkan: Raj Thackeray

    Mumbai : Addressing his party workers from Konkan, at Ravindranatya Mandir on Saturday, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena founder Raj Thackeray said, “Bharatiya Janata Party-led state government is conspiring to deliberately destroy Konkan by bringing risky projects.”

  • Eknath Khadse, Maharashtra, Maharashtra cabinet, BJP, BJP Leader

    Hampering activists’ work is not a good sign in democracy: HC

    Mumbai : Senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and ousted revenue minister Eknath Khadse has egg on his face. The ruling BJP has again been ‘embarrassed’ by the judiciary for being intolerant of dissent.

  • Restoring lost glory of idols abandoned on Chaityabhoomi shores

    Mumbai : Murtidan, is a unique initiative by Dadar beach clean-up volunteers comprising a young group of students, to care for and provide a proper place for abandoned idols found on the Chaityabhoomi seashore.

  • BMC vows speedy resolution of complaints on bad footpaths in Fort, Colaba, Cuffe Parade

    Mumbai : The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has urged south Mumbai residents to send in complaints on uneven footpaths in their areas. Residents of Fort, Colaba and Cuffe Parade can complain to the maintenance department or a civic official from any department and the issue will be addressed as quickly as possible.

  • Taking care of business: BMC to build multi-storeyed public toilets

    Mumbai : In a rather ambitious project, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) plans to construct and maintain around 22,700 community lavatories. Mumbai will soon have multi-storeyed public toilets, the corporation has said.

  • Shackled by mental health issues, inmates have nowhere to go

    Mumbai : There are no full-time psychiatrists across jails and borstals in Maharashtra, which is a pre-requisite as per the prison manual and the Mental Health Care Act, 2017. The violation of the Act results in neglect of the mental health of prisoners.

  • Stinking railway station loos? WhatsApp your complaint

    Mumbai : Relief is in store for harried commuters. From October 2, they can use the WhatsApp number or the Twitter handle of Central and Western Railway, if they find a toilet unfit for use at railway stations. This move comes after Railways received several complaints about the deplorable state of toilets at stations.

  • Govt considers 78% people as terrorists: Trivedi

    BHOPAL : SAPAAKS Samaj, a political unit of Samanya Anya Pichchda Varg Alpsankhyak Kalyan Sangathan (SAPAAKS), has launched a battle against amendment to the SC/ST Atrocities Act. Patron of SAPAAKS Samaj Hiralal Trivedi who has been an IAS officer and held important posts like information commissioner in his service tenure, maintains that they have nothing to lose. He believes that it is necessary to change the system for betterment of the coming

  • PHYSIO FIT, INDIA FIT: IAP organises mini run

    Indore : Indian Association of Physiotherapists (IAP) Madhya Pradesh organised a mini run on Saturday morning to mark World Physiotherapy Day on Saturday. The exercise was aimed at spreading awareness about healthy life style.

  • Donald Trump wants to stop subsidies to India

    Chicago : President Donald Trump on Friday said he wants to stop the subsidies that growing economies like India and China have been receiving as he wants the US, which he considers as a “developing nation”, to grow faster than anybody. Addressing a fundraiser event in the Fargo city of North Dakota, he also accused the World Trade Organization (WTO) of allowing China to become a “great economic power”.

  • Monsoon turns Bhopal into Srinagar

    BHOPAL : With temperature hovering around 20 to 24 degree in Bhopal for the last couple of days, people here have started comparing it with hill stations, including Srinagar which is experiencing day temperature between 28 and 32-degree.