Free Press Journal
  • Minister blames media for ‘dirty’ image of politics

    Mumbai : Maharashtra Education Minister Vinod Tawde has blamed the media for portraying a “dirty” image of politics, evoking sharp reactions from the opposition parties as well as its restive ally Shiv Sena. Addressing a group of students at Wilson College on Friday, Tawde asked how many of them wanted to join politics.

  • Munde, Sule corner govt over pothole-ridden roads

    Mumbai : Leader of Opposition in the Maharashtra Legislative Council Dhananjay Munde on Saturday questioned the state government on the money that had been spent over the past four years to fill potholes.

  • No govt has right to interfere in talaq laws: Sharad Pawar

    Aurangabad : NCP chief Sharad Pawar on Saturday said that no government has the right to interfere in Islamic laws related to talaq, which have their origin in the Quran. He said if banning instant triple talaq was about giving protection to women, then “whatever one intends to do should be done by taking prominent people in the Muslim community and clerics in confidence”.      “But talaq is a way provided by