Free Press Journal
  • Admit card

    Download link for RRB group D admit card active now, check at indianrailways.gov.in

    RRB has begun the first CBT exams for group D posts, but due to technical glitches on the official website many candidates were unable to download their admit cards. But the website is now fixed and operational now. Earlier, candidates were getting an error message which said “Too many users are connected. Please try again after”, but the RRB has resolved the issue and now the website the link is fully functional.

  • Who is the Finance Minister of India, asks Congress

    New Delhi: ‘‘Who is the Finance Minister of India? PMO (Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s office) website says one thing and the Finance Ministry website tells another story,’’ pointed out Congress leader Manish Tewari on Monday.

  • Mumbai: Now, check out map of city’s slums on SRA’s website

    Mumbai: Mumbaikars will now be able to view slum clusters in the city on a map uploaded on the web. This map is uploaded by the Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA) on their website and has so far identified at least 2397 slum clusters in the city.

  • Amazon says recorded better than expected earnings; here are full details

    Amazon announced its third quarter earnings that surpassed Wall Street’s expectations, as shoppers went on ‘Amazon’s’ website at its “Prime Day” promotions and bought groceries from its newly acquired chain Whole Foods Market. The company also said on Thursday that it expects sales to rise during the busy holiday-shopping season. Its shares soared 7 per cent in extended trading after releasing the results.

  • Mumbai: Rural cops take online route for smart policing

    Bhayandar: In a bid to make the policing system more approachable and easier for the common man, SP Dr. Mahesh Patil has decided to make an online push and updated the Thane (rural) Police website ( www.thaneruralpolice.gov.in) by adding a host of new features. This will eliminate people’s need to visit a police station to lodge a lost/found article report, passport and tenant verification or even to file a FIR.

  • Maharashtra: RERA website to open new window to view complaint details

    Mumbai: Public complaints and judgement details pertaining to realty projects registered on the Real Estate Regulatory Act (RERA) website will soon be open for public view. The authority has decided to open a new window where registered complaints will be displayed on the website along with the case details.

  • Mumbai University introduces online complaints portal: Steps to Follow

    Mumbai: Mumbai University (MU) has opened a new web portal for its students to register their complaints instead of visiting the MU personally. Recently MU have received many complaints from students regarding results, so to help students MU has now opened a new web portal which help students.

  • Maharashtra: Rs 50,000 fine for late RERA registrations by developers

    Mumbai: More than 400 developers have incurred a penalty of Rs 50, 000 each after they failed to register their realty projects on the Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) website before the given deadline. Even as a majority of developers across Maharashtra have registered themselves on the MahaRERA website before its deadline of July 31, there were nearly 450 developers who have missed the deadline.

  • Maharashtra: RERA records nearly 11,000 projects on deadline day

    Mumbai: In total, 10,852 realty projects were registered on the Real Estate Regulatory Authority website by the midnight of Monday. Officials said that the penalty amount to be levied on developers for late registrations would be decided in the RERA committee meeting on Wednesday.

  • Maharashtra: 500 builders register as RERA deadline nears

    Mumbai: With the Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) just a fortnight away, more than 500 developers across Maharashtra out of the estimated 9000 have registered on the website so far. The new act directs developers and real estate agents to register on the MahaRERA website.

  • Maharashtra: Developers can now make corrections after RERA submissions

    Mumbai: To attract more developers to register their projects on the Real Estate Regulatory Authority website, the authority has now provided a new window for making corrections in the submitted project. Earlier, developers were not allowed to make any corrections once they submitted their detailed project data which has resulted in less number of registrations.

  • AIFF website hacked, messages against India over Jadhav’s release posted

    New Delhi: The All India Football Federation’s (AIFF) website on Tuesday was hacked by an anonymous group called ‘Zero Cool’. The group hacked the website and posted a message provoking India over Kulbhushan Jadhav, an alleged Indian spy booked for espionage and sabotage activities against Pakistan. Jadhav was awarded death sentence by the country.

  • Bhopal: We will protect rights of buyers says RERA chairman

    BHOPAL: Builders and real estate agents can register applications for registration and customers can lodge their complaints online on website www.rera.mp.gov.in. Information related to redressal of complaints will be sent to the customers on their mobile phones through SMS gateway.

  • Mumbai: Online platform to bring artisans closer

    Mira Bhayandar: Having a rich tradition of indigenous art, India is a land of handicrafts. However, local artisans from various parts of the country often struggle to find an appropriate market for their creations.

  • Website for donations to families of jawans killed

    New Delhi : Centre is set to launch an exclusive website that would allow common people to make monetary donations to the families of the paramilitary troops killed in the line of duty.