Free Press Journal
  • Showers likely in City but heat won’t relent

    Mumbai: While unseasonal rains have wreaked havoc in Nashik, weather disturbances called as ‘trough ‘ in the wind circulation brought intermediate showers in some parts of Mumbai, which will continue in the next 24 to 48 hours, says the weather department. However, the temperature in the city is unlikely to dip further and was recorded at one degree above normal in Colaba while in Santacruz it was three degrees above normal on

  • J&K, Mumbai, Ranji Trophy

    J&K upset Mumbai by four wickets in Ranji Trophy

    Mumbai:  Jammu and Kashmir continued their rapid rise in the domestic circuit, notching up a stunning four-wicket triumph over 40-time champions Mumbai with more than a session to spare in their Group A Ranji Trophy cricket opener at the Wankhede Stadium here.

  • Control over Mumbai should lie with Maha Govt: Shiv Sena

    Mumbai:  Cautioning Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis over his suggestion of a high-level committee for Mumbai’s development, the Shiv Sena today said the control over the city should lie with the state government.

  • Gold smuggle: Customs raise vigil as airport staff role emerge

    Mumbai: Customs officials here have mounted tighter vigilance in the wake of increasing involvement of airport and airlines staff members in gold smuggling cases as evidenced by a rise in the number of such cases.

  • Mumbai, favourite Indian city: Survey

    New Delhi: Mumbai has emerged as the favourite Indian city, while the national capital secured the second position, according to a survey conducted by a travel magazine.


    Speed up 26/11 trial: India tells Pakistan

    New Delhi: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh Wednesday said the trial of those responsible for the 2008 Mumbai terror attack is progressing “very slowly” in Pakistan and should be expedited on a priority basis.

  • Champion Tennis League, Delhi, Mumbai

    Delhi edge out Mumbai to inch closer to title contest

    Mumbai:  Delhi Dreams inched closer to a place in the final of the inaugural Champions Tennis League by outsmarting Mumbai Tennis Masters by three matches to two in the best-of-five one-set clashes here.

  • Why Mumbai’s Failure Is India’s Failure

    Ever since the new government came to power in Delhi, there have been oft-repeated, clarion calls for ‘big-bang reforms’. That India needs reforms in several forms, fields and ministries is indisputable, but what kind of reforms, especially in the nation’s crumbling cities, can drive economic growth, improve the quality of life and ensure inclusive development?

  • No person As Squeezed In As The Mumbaikar

    A visit to any open area in Mumbai reveals what the locals, known as Mumbaikars, really crave — open space. Every playground, every promenade and every park is packed, revealing what they lack—open space.

  • Tinsel

    Manoj Vaz

  • Mumbai, Goa,ISL

    Mumbai, Goa play out goalless draw in ISL

    Mumbai: Mumbai City FC and FC Goa played out an action-packed goalless draw in the Hero Indian Super League clash after both the teams failed to score on many occasions at the D Y Patil Stadium here today.

  • Spicejet flight hits animal at Surat Airport

    MUMBAI: Spicejet Flight SG-622 (Boeing 737-800 aircraft), on 06.11.2014 at 1906 hrs, hit an animal while takeoff run.  Timely action by the pilot of the aircraft averted a mishap and the aircraft was brought back to the apron for checks.  Another aircraft was called from Mumbai and passengers were sent to Delhi around 2300 hrs.  DGCA has ordered an Inquiry into the incident and a team from DGCA Regional Hqrs. Mumbai is

  • Devendra fadavnis

    ‘Run for Unity’ in Mumbai; Fadnavis joins in

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Governor C Vidyasagar Rao today flagged off Run for Unity here on Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel’s birth anniversary, being celebrated as “Rashtriya Ekta Diwas”.