Free Press Journal
  • You may be a superstar, but have you bought Alibaug, MLC asks Shah Rukh

    Mumbai : A Maharashtra MLC lost his cool and heckled Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan for allegedly delaying his departure to the coastal town of Alibaug in neighbouring Raigad district. A video of the incident has gone viral on the social media. It has also been shown on TV channels.

  • FM will lose right to impose new taxes post-GST: Opposition

    Mumbai: Claiming the finance minister will lose rights to impose new taxes and as he has no work remained about financial planning after Goods and Services Tax (GST) will be implimented, Jayant Patil, senior member of opposition Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) has said the FM must be renamed as expenditure minister.

  • Nothing to do with lottery scam: Former FM Jayant Patil

    Mumbai: Former finance minister and senior Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Jayant Patil has said that he has nothing to do with the said lottery scam and has never acted against the state interest.

  • Revised mobile tower policy soon

    Mumbai : The State government would soon come out with a new revised policy regarding the mobile towers, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis informed the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday during the question hour.

  • Key budget session amidst rumblings

    Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis faces another crucial test – to ensure that the legislature’s Budget session passes off smoothly. He has yet to establish his political clout in the state and the session can provide him an opportunity to tackle the opposition, as well as his poll ally, the Shiv Sena, which has not yet accepted the Number Two position within the saffron alliance. Apart from dealing with political foes outside the Bharatiya

  • Tearful Adieu To R R Patil

    R R Patil Cremated In Anjani With State Honours, Thousands Pay Respects

  • NCP Set To Fix Home Affairs

    Party’s Brainstorming Meet To Be Held In Pune From February 7

  • 22 ex-ministers yet to vacate bungalows

    Mumbai : Only 19 out of 41 ministers in the erstwhile Congress-NCP government in Maharashtra have vacated their official bungalows so far, whereas names of NCP stalwart Ajit Pawar and senior Congress leader Narayan Rane figure in the list of squatters, an RTI query has revealed.