Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai: Pregnant woman dies outside the hospital as doctors show negligence

    Mumbai: In a case of gross negligence and insensitivity, a 23-year-old pregnant woman and her unborn child died in an ambulance that was parked outside the state-run Sir JJ Hospital on Saturday morning. The woman had waited for nearly an hour for doctors and other staff to wheel her inside the hospital and attend to her.

  • Mumbai Crime: Fed up with pregnant wife’s drinking habits, husband murders her

    Mumbai: 30-year-old Kalpesh Thackeray was arrested on March 20 for allegedly murdering his eight-month pregnant wife. Earlier, on March 12 Thackeray filed a missing case of the wife but he later surrendered. Fed up with wife’s drinking habits the husband murdered her at outside his Bhiwandi residence. The Ganeshpuri Police station has found the wife’s body Mai Thackeray’s remains outside the house.

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    Mumbai: India to host bilateral exercise with French Navy

    Mumbai: The Indian Navy and the French Navy have conducted bilateral maritime exercises since May 1993. In 2001, the exercises have been named VARUNA and there have been fifteen editions of the same till date.

  • Mumbai, MBMC, Bhayandar, CM, Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation, Go Green, MNS, agitation

    Mumbai: MBMC apathy spells death for trees, MNS on agitation mode

    Bhayandar: Responded positively to the clarion call given by the CM, the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) had embarked on a much-hyped “Go Green” mission aimed at planting 25,000 saplings starting July 1, 2016.

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    Dengue, Malaria cause 25% deaths in Maharashtra

    Mumbai: According to the data revealed by the Union Health Ministry, 25 per cent of death cause in Maharashtra is due to vector-borne diseases (Dengue and Malaria). As per the data, in last three years 718 death dengue cases were reported in Maharashtra out of which 97 were reported in Mumbai. Sadly, the fund allocated for controlling the vector-borne diseases in state is only three per cent compare to other states.

  • Mumbai, BMC, tax defaulters, HDIL, Assessment and Collection officials, Property Tax department,

    Mumbai: BMC continues action on tax defaulters; seals HDIL

    Mumbai: The Assessment and Collection officials of the Property Tax department of civic body continues to seal properties who failed to pay property tax even after repeated notices. On Tuesday more eleven properties had been sealed which includes properties of well known businessman named DB Realty, HDIL, and Kamla Mills trade wing building for non payment of total Rs 45 crore tax dues.

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    MahaRERA directs developer to repay Rs 40 Lakh to home buyers

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra Real Estate Regularity Authority (MahaRERA) directed a developer to repay a total amount of more than Rs 40 lakh to two different home buyers who complained of delay in possession. The RERA authority stated that the developer is allowed to make the payment to the home buyers within two months from the order.

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    SSC Board paper leak: Three including a teacher arrested in connection to paper leak in Mumbai

    Mumbai: The Amboli police have arrested three men including a teacher for allegedly leaking SSC Board question papers of History and Political Science (Part I) to students on Monday.  “Invigilator Sandhya Pawar saw three students referring to their text books and checking mobiles phone outside the examination hall at MVM Swami Muktanand High School in suburban Andheri on Monday. Upon checking the mobile of one the students, she found question paper of

  • Mumbai: ‘Eco-friendly’ MMRCL monitors wastewater generated during Metro-III construction

    Mumbai: The Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Limited (MMRCL) have prepared a ‘Environmental Management Plan” to monitor wastewater generated during construction work of the metro three project work. The wastewater monitoring is a part of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) under environmental monitoring program which is a key component to ascertain quality of treated wastewater and assess efficiency of treatment units.

  • Council chairman Ramraje Nimbalkar directs govt to suspend Navi Mumbai Police Commissioner, DCP

    Mumbai: The state legislative council chairman Ramraje Nimbalkar has directed the state government to suspend Navi Mumbai police commissioner Hemant Nagrale and deputy commissioner of police Tushar Doshi, if they have issued a letter to file an first information report (FIR) against Jayant Patil, member of Legislative Council (MLC) and leader of Peasants and Workers Party (PWP).

  • Mumbai: BMC awaits green nod for second phase of Mithi rejuvenation project

    Mumbai: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation(BMC) as part of its comprehensive programme to improve the quality of Mithi River has decided to undertake its rejuvenation project in two phases. While for the first phase BMC has obtained all necessary permissions, the second phase that is between Water Supply Projects (WSP) compound of Powai till Mahim creek is yet to get approval from National Green Tribunal and National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI).

  • Mumbai Rail Roko: 11 cops injured in stone-pelting; 2 held

    Mumbai: As many as 11 personnel of the Government Railway Police (GRP) and the Railway Protection Force (RPF) suffered injuries in stone-pelting on Tuesday by the agitating students demanding jobs in the Indian Railways. Two persons were arrested in connection with the incident, a police official said.

  • Mumbai Rail Roko: ‘Flexi timing’ allows people to report late to their offices

    Mumbai: For the first time it seems ‘flexi timing’ was implemented by offices in the city as most of the office-goers who were stuck in the trains due to rail roko andolan were allowed to reach offices late. “On Tuesday morning, when we got to know about the rail roko andolan, we received a message from the office asking us to report late to the office and travel safe,” said one of

  • Mumbai: Citizens unaware of deadline extension, authorities force them to make Aadhaar cards

    Mumbai: Many Mumbaikars are still getting messages from phone service providers and banks reminding them to link Aadhaar cards with various services even though there is no deadline to do so anymore. At least, not yet. Last week, the five-judge constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra said it may not be possible to decide by March 31 the batch of petitions challenging the constitutional validity of the Aadhaar Act.