Free Press Journal
  • The Gutenberg Galaxy: Rs 20,000 crore print industry is here to stay and grow

    It was a night devoted to print medium and the only star of the evening was ‘The Gutenberg Galaxy’— a collector’s item on the print. This book, released by India Chapter of the International Advertising Association (IAA) powered by The Free Press Journal, consists of 24 case studies and 14 thought-provoking articles.

  • Mumbai: IAA launches ‘The Gutenberg Galaxy’, a collector’s item on print

    Mumbai: The India Chapter of the International Advertising Association (IAA) launched its collector’s item on the print titled ‘The Gutenberg Galaxy’ on 19th September, Mumbai, powered by The Free Press Journal. Abhishek Karnani, Director, Free Press Journal Group, said, “‘The Gutenberg Galaxy’ is a celebration of print consists of 24 case studies and 14 thought-provoking articles. Print compels you to read, think and then reflect”.

  • Hindus still a ‘soft target’ in India: Sanatan Sanstha on Raut’s arrest

    Mumbai : A day after the arrest of right-wing Hindutva worker Vaibhav Raut, following a raid at his residence in Nalasopara, the controversial organisation – Sanatan Sanstha – has labelled him a “devout Hindutva worker” who has time and again acted against cow smugglers in Nalasopara and nearby districts. Though the organisation denied any ‘link’ with Raut, it maintained that he is being “falsely implicated” in the case. The Sanstha, already grappling

  • Lawyer writes to CM, seeks probe

    Rekha Gawli, the mother of the 17-year-old boy, has alleged that her son died due to custodial death after being beaten up by the Wadala Railway Police Force officials on April 12.

  • Free on the wings of colour

    Indore : Painting their dreams and imaginations, schoolchildren brought magic to white sheets at the annual painting competition, organised jointly by Free Press Journal and DHL Infrabulls International, here on the Free Press premises on Sunday.

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    Maharashtra bandh saved state from burning up: Prakash Ambedkar

    If we had not called the bandh, half of Maharashtra would have burned, Prakash Ambedkar told Neeta Kolhatkar of the Free Press Journal. In a one-to-one chat, Ambedkar explains how the leaders of fringe Hindu groups are out to finish the RSS and if the government does not distance itself from them, it could get into trouble. This is the game of Manohar Bhide, founder of Shiv Prathishtan Hindustan and Milind Ekbote,

  • Veteran journalist, Marathi litterateur Arun Sadhu passes away at 76

    Mumbai: Noted journalist and wellknown writer Arun Sadhu passed away in Mumbai on Monday morning. He breathed his last at Sion Hospital, where he was admitted on Sunday for a heart ailment. He was in a critical condition and put on ventilator in the Intensive Care Unit, hospital sources said.

  • Re imagining Mumbai: Cleaner and less congested

    The economic worth of Mumbai is often mentioned in the same breath as its low ranking on parameters of infrastructure and quality of life. The panel discussion hosted jointly by the Free Press Journal and the Indian Merchants Chamber (with as digital partner) focused on bringing out the facts — both in terms of action initiated and action required for a cleaner and less congested city. The keynote address was delivered by Lalit

  • FPJ Special: ‘Re-imagining Mumbai’ to find solutions for cleaner, less congested city

    With the passing of time, concerns around congestion and waste management for the financial city continues to grow. Despite various infrastructure projects—some that have been completed and some in inception— there is ​little relief. There is lot more that needs to be addressed which will be discussed at the upcoming discussion titled ‘Re-imagining Mumbai – cleaner and less congested’ which will be held in IMC Chambers, Churchgate on August 22, 2017.

  • Burning the midnight oil: Contractor repairs pothole-ridden road in Parel

    Mumbai: After FPJ published a news about the bad condition of NM Joshi Marg of Parel where a number of potholes had developed following the heavy rainfall, the BMC immediately swung into action and repaired the road in the midnight of the day the report was published.

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    FPJ Exclusive: Families of Byculla jail inmates reveal shocking inside stories

    Mumbai: The Free Press Journal spoke to the families of inmates outside Byculla jail. The families of the inmates at the jail are allowed a “mulaqat” once a week with the undertrials and convicts from Monday to Saturday between 3 pm to 5 pm for 20 minutes.

  • Mumbai: MBMC removes banners from trees in Mira-Bhayandar

    Bhayandar: Almost immediately after the Free Press Journal carried a news report (MBMC nails banners to trees) on Thursday, exposing the cosmetic efforts and glaring insensitivity of the civic administration towards the protection and preservation of the environment, the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) realised its folly and started removing the banners, which they had nailed to trees in the region.

  • Country cannot develop without empowering women, says Ramdas Athawale

    Mumbai: The country cannot develop without empowering women, said the Minister of State for Social Justice & Empowerment, Ramdas Athawale, during his opening remarks at the session ‘Women Empowerment’ organised by The Free Press Journal (FPJ) and Indo-American Chamber of Commerce (IACC). This session took place in Mumbai on International Women’s Day.