Free Press Journal
  • BJP withdraws ‘made for each other’ ad

    Mumbai: BJP has withdrawn a TV ad, made as part of the party’s campaign for the upcoming Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) polls, after criticism in social media.

  • Triangular contest for major power bastions

    Mumbai : Important bastions are up for grabs. Apart from routine campaigns in various wards, all political parties contesting the civic body polls are leaving no stone unturned to please voters of Shivaji Park (ward no 191).

  • Houses for poor by 2022: Devandra Fadnavis

    Nashik : Chief minister Devandra Fadnavis said that the BJP would give houses to poor by 2022 while Prime Minister Narendra Modi lowered the price of stents making it affordable.

  • We are focusing only on 90 seats: Sanjay Nirupam

    Mumbai : The second last day before the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) elections in Mumbai was filled with rallies for all political parties.

  • Uddhav’s media advisor complains of getting threats

    Mumbai : Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray’s media advisor Harshal Pradhan on Saturday filed a police complaint after getting threats on social media platform WhatsApp, from a supporter of BJP MP Kirit Somaiya.

  • Endure the heat for a few more days: IMD

    Mumbai : Summer seems to be here already. Since the past few days, Mumbaikars have been reeling under sweltering heat which is quite unusual for this time of the year. Sudden rise in temperatures are leading to more incidents of cold, cough and fever, which Mumbaikars dread as a sure sign of approaching summer.

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    BJP-ruled states have worst law and order: Akhilesh Yadav

    Banda: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Saturday trained his guns at Prime Minister Narendra Modi while alleging that the states where Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government is in power have the worst law and order situation.

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    680 Cubans deported after US enforces new immigration policy

    Washington: At least 680 illegal migrants were sent back to Cuba following the end of “wet foot, dry foot” immigration policy by former President Barack Obama in January, the media reported on Saturday.

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    Rajasthan goverment to bear power tariff hike for farmers

    Jaipur: In a major relief to farmers, the Rajasthan government today announced it would bear the financial burden of the hike in power tariff for farmers which will cost the exchequer Rs 500 crore.