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In this issue

May 27, 2024

UCC, 'One Nation, One Election' To Be Implemented Next Term, Says Shah

Union Home Minister Amit Shah has said a Uniform Civil Code for the entire country will be implemented within the next five years after extensive consultations with all stakeholders if the BJP returns to power.

UCC, 'One Nation, One Election' To Be Implemented Next Term, Says Shah

2 mins

BARCELONA CLINCHES WCL CROWN

Spanish giants beat French club Lyon for the spoils

BARCELONA CLINCHES WCL CROWN

1 min

NIGHT OF THE KNIGHTS

Gambhir-mentored side clinch third IPL title

NIGHT OF THE KNIGHTS

2 mins

‘Conspirator in Bangla MP murder may have fled to US’

In a significant development in the investigation of the murder case of Bangladesh Member of Parliament (MP) Anwarul Azim Anar, chief of the Bangladesh Detective Department, Harun-or-Rashid, revealed that the main conspirator, may have fled from KathAkhtaruzzaman, mandu to the US via Dubai.

1 min

670 feared buried in landsiide

Unstable earth and tribal warfare hampers rescue operations in Papua New Guinea

670 feared buried in landsiide

2 mins

Poverty, stigma force man to dump wife's body on roadside

In a heart-wrenching tale of love and despair, a poor man faced an unimaginable tragedy when his beloved wife succumbed to an illness amid severe heat. Stricken by grief and unable to afford the last rites, he kept her body at home for three agonising days, hoping for a miracle that never came.

1 min

UAD to table Fire Safety, Modern Tenancy bills in Assembly

The urban administration and development department is all set to table some important bills in the upcoming Assembly session. They include Fire Safety Bill, Modern Tenancy Bill and development of public places through the public private partnership.

UAD to table Fire Safety, Modern Tenancy bills in Assembly

1 min

Did Revanth make Modi drop Abkibaar charsau paar slogan?

A month ago, participating in Rajat Sharma's Aap ki Adalat, Revanth Reddy made a remark on PM Modi's claim that Abkibaar charsau paar.

Did Revanth make Modi drop Abkibaar charsau paar slogan?

1 min

Bus rams into hutment at Verna IDC; 4 labourers killed, 5 injured

VERNA Four workers died on the spot, while four workers and a driver sustained injuries when a company-operated bus crashed into temporary hutments in a major mishap at the Verna IDC late Saturday night.

1 min

'Motor accident claims worth ₹80K cr pending'

Average settlement time is four years, says legal expert

'Motor accident claims worth ₹80K cr pending'

1 min

Bihar alcohol ban reduced domestic violence

Bihar's alcohol ban in 2016 prevented 24 lakh cases of daily and weekly consumption, and 21 lakh cases of intimate partner violence, according to new research published in The Lancet Regional Health Southeast Asia journal. The ban is also estimated to have prevented 18 lakh men in the state from becoming overweight or obese, it said.

Bihar alcohol ban reduced domestic violence

1 min

Indian Students in Bishkek remain cautious, seek embassy support

The Kyrgyz capital houses 17,000 Indian students studying in the country

Indian Students in Bishkek remain cautious, seek embassy support

3 mins

Domestic airfares on northward trajectory; still among lowest globally: Experts

Domestic airfares are sailing northwards, surging up to 40 per cent in key routes on higher traffic and capacity constraints in the last six quarters. Still, ticket prices are among the lowest in the world, according to experts.

Domestic airfares on northward trajectory; still among lowest globally: Experts

1 min

For road transport operators, revenue growth expected to double to 9-11% this year

Revenue growth for road transport fleet operators is expected to double to 9-11 per cent in the current financial year 2024-25, according to a report by Crisil Ratings.

For road transport operators, revenue growth expected to double to 9-11% this year

1 min

India's Q4 FY24 GDP likely to have grown at 6.1-6.7%: Economists

According to experts, expected growth in FY 2023-24 is estimated to be in the range of 7.6-7.8%

India's Q4 FY24 GDP likely to have grown at 6.1-6.7%: Economists

2 mins

Shiv Sena (UBT) to keep watch on strong room

After the voting process for Nashik Lok Sabha Constituency completed and the EVMs have been kept in the strong room at the warehouse in Satpur; Thackeray's group will now keep a vigilance on the strong room till the counting is done.

Shiv Sena (UBT) to keep watch on strong room

1 min

Huge crop losses on 1,500 hectares due to heavy rain

The farmers incurred crop losses on around 1,592 hectares of land in the Hingoli district due to the unseasonal rain during the month of April.

Huge crop losses on 1,500 hectares due to heavy rain

1 min

Army Chief General Manoj Pande visits training establishments

General Manoj Pande, Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) on Saturday visited Pune marking a significant engagement with multiple esteemed institutions.

Army Chief General Manoj Pande visits training establishments

1 min

Candle light march held to pay tribute to two engineers killed

Citizens participated in a candle march organised here on Saturday to pay tribute to two IT professionals who were killed in the Porsche car crash involving a minor boy in Kalyani Nagar area six days back.

Candle light march held to pay tribute to two engineers killed

2 mins

AB de Villiers leads cleanup crusade

Cricketer teamed up with NGO to prevent waste from reaching landfills in Mumbai

AB de Villiers leads cleanup crusade

1 min

ACB sees 16% decline in graft cases in five months

State ACB data says 289 cases were registered as compared to 343 cases lodged last year; 425 people caught this year; 494 arrested last year

ACB sees 16% decline in graft cases in five months

1 min

Retired major excels in business the army way

While most of the retired army personnel either join a private security agency or start one, this retired army officer is running a successful entrepreneurship the Army way.

Retired major excels in business the army way

2 mins

Modi, Shah worked against Gadkari in LS polls: Raut

BJP says UBT leader has no clue about inner workings of party

2 mins

Hopes of missing victims' relatives lie with forensics

Thane Police's Ulhasnagar Crime Branch has sought help from chemical experts, a forensics science team, and the Directorate of Industrial Safety & Health (DISH) in connection with last week's Dombivli chemical company explosion in which 10 people were killed and more than 60 were injured.Thane Police's Ulhasnagar Crime Branch has sought help from chemical experts, a forensics science team, and the Directorate of Industrial Safety & Health (DISH) in connection with last week's Dombivli chemical company explosion in which 10 people were killed and more than 60 were injured.

Hopes of missing victims' relatives lie with forensics

3 mins

At 4,856cr, BMC finally hits, passes property tax target

After lagging in achieving the 2023-24 property tax collection target, the BMC pulled out all stops and finally succeeded in not only hitting the target, but also managed to collect approx Rs300 crore extra. After cracking the whip against big defaulters, the civic body earned Rs4,856.38 crore property tax; which is 108% more against the target of Rs4,500 crore.

1 min

GR, WR see 789 deaths in Jan-Apr

Maximum number of fatalities on both the networks took place while crossing the tracks

1 min

ANOTHER NITISSSH GAFFE

Roots for Modi to become CM again

ANOTHER NITISSSH GAFFE

1 min

PM openly announced he'd topple Himachal govt: Rahul

Cong leader says Centre waived loans of 22 rich people but could not give 9,000 cr for monsoon disaster management

PM openly announced he'd topple Himachal govt: Rahul

1 min

Modi at his ballistic best at UP's crucial Purvanchal

Holds 3 rallies, attacks Samajwadi Party-Congress alliance

Modi at his ballistic best at UP's crucial Purvanchal

1 min

Reclaiming Pune roads with Bike Bus Movement’

How can Pune move forward and take the nation along with her- in the aftermath of the recent Porsche tragedy which snuffed out two young and promising lives in an instant.

Reclaiming Pune roads with Bike Bus Movement’

1 min

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PublisherIndian National Press (Bombay) Pvt. Ltd.

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LanguageEnglish

FrequencyDaily

The Free Press Journal is one of the oldest English Daily newspapers from Mumbai with a heritage of more than 90 years. And yet, The Free Press Journal is a contemporary paper and rooted in current urban realities.

In keeping with the international trend, it has reinvented itself in terms of design, get up and content. It means different thing to different people – a platform for the articulate, a trendsetter for the young and a chronicle for the old.

It was at the forefront of freedom struggle against the British and continues with the free and fearless journalism till date. Indeed, the history of The Free Press Journalism mirrors that of Indian independence.

Swaminath Sadanand, a 30-year-old idealist from Madras trudged his way to Bombay and with a vision that was to prove uncomfortably ahead of his day, brought out a newspaper as unorthodox in character as it was innovative in concept. For Swaminath Sadanand, the Free Press Journal was not so much a business venture as a cause.

The spirit with which he launched the paper and ran it for almost three decades helped it make it an integral part of two great Indian movements — the struggle for independence and the evolution of Indian publishing.

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