Free Press Journal
  • Final step towards final!

    Mumbai eyeing encore of 2010 final with win over Bangalore

  • We picked the best team suited for Chennai conditions: Fleming

    Chennai Chennai Super Kings coach Stephen Fleming feels that the team management was alt39 smart enough to pick a side that suited Chennai conditionsalt39 which is the reason for the teamalt39s unbeaten run at home stretching to seven matches.

  • MI players have not played through injuries, says Robin Singh

    Chennai Mumbai Indians players have not played through injuries in the Indian Premier League, coach Robin Singh stated on Thursday in a thinly- veiled reference to the Gautam Gambhir injury controversy. ” As far as I know, in our team, no one has done that. I canalt39t really answer that question,” Singh said. Despite carrying injury, Kolkata Knight Riders skipper Gambhir played the eliminator against Mumbai Indians on Wednesday and the move

  • BCCI’s itinerary is inhuman: Akram

    New Delhi In the wake of Gautam Gambhiralt146s injury controversy, former Pakistan skipper Wasim Akram on Thursday termed the itinerary chalked out by BCCI for Team India as alt147 inhumanalt148. alt147 At a time when the club versus country debate is doing the rounds, I wonder if the BCCI has planned its calendar keeping playersalt146 welfare in mind,alt148 Akram said.

  • LEE – – HESH ADVANCE

    Paris Ace Indians Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi shrugged off a rusty start to register a 2- 6, 6- 3, 6- 2 victory in the doubles, while Sania Mirza crashed out of the womenalt39s singles competition in the French Open here on Thursday.

  • KAREENA TURNS TO ACTION

    LIPIKA VARMA After being praised for her sexy size zero figure, Kareena Kapoor is set to turn strong and muscular in all her upcoming movies. For the first time this beauty will be seen performing heavy action stunts in three of her most awaited projects.

  • Ritesh better than Aamir

    All set to play a female character on screen, Aashish Chaudhary says his buddy inspired him to play a woman

  • Ritesh wants to revive Marathi cinema

    VIVEK KAR Most actors in Bollywood are turning producers to make those extra bucks thinking italt39s a lucrative business.

  • Adnan to be a tough judge

    Adnan Sami will soon be seen playing mentor to kids on the small screen for a singing reality show

  • Chhedi is the new cop

    Dabangg can wait for amonth, but for now, Sonu Sood speaks about playing a cop in his next two films, after portraying the character of ahardcore villain

  • Blitzkrieg of new products by Renault in India

    Having parted ways with Mahindra, Renault is back with its recent launch -Fluence saloon, which will be followed by four more s including Koleos and three other vehicles, including one SUV and two cars by the end of next year

  • JLR leads as Tata Motors net triples

    FPJ BUSINESS DESK Mumbai Indian largest commercial vehicle manufacturer Tata Motors, posted a three- fold rise in its consolidated net profit for year 2010- 11, at Rs 9,273.
    62 crore over Rs.

  • CCI not grooving to Star- Zee tune

    New Delhi Competition watchdog CCI will examine the proposed alliance between two leading electronic media conglomerates, Star India and Zee Group, to see whether the deal conforms to the anti- trust norms. It is a joint venture between two big groups. We will examine if there are any competition concerns arising out of the deal,” a Competition Commission of India ( CCI) official told PTI. In a landmark deal announced today, Star Den

  • Food inflation rises again

    FPJ BUSINESS DESK New Delhi India’s food inflation soared to 8.55 % for the week ended May 14, the highest level in four weeks, as prices of fruits, milk and cereals rose sharply, official data showed Thursday. Experts have warned that the recent petrol price hike will further fuel the rate of price rise.

  • IPL finds the going tough as viewership takes a knock

    New Delhi Poor TV viewership of the season four of the IPL has prompted advertisers to call for reduction in pricing for ad spots for the T20 league in future, even as the broadcaster Set Max is contemplating measures to find out on what went wrong.

  • Race for IMF: Lagarde to come lobbying

    FPJ BUSINESS DESK Mumbai Amid dissenting voices raised by developing nations over a European holding top IMF post, French finance minister Christine Lagarde is planning to visit India, China and Brazil to drum up support for her bid to become the chief of the global lender.

  • Usurping official authority

    The Sonia Gandhi- led National Advisory Council seems to have become the repository of all wisdom. A gaggle of superannuated bureaucrats and do- gooders who were not particularly known for excellence in their respective fields before the NAC membership bestowed superior powers on them, they now deign to hold forth on all manner of issues with a sense of authority that only stems from the knowledge that the Prime Minister is too

  • UPA Scam- tainted second anniversary

    BY AMULYA GANGULI An unassertive prime minister and a calculating Congress president are responsible for making the UPA- 2alt39 s second anniversary perhaps the saddest in the seven years that the ruling alliance has been in power in two avatars. Much of the blame for its present plight has to be borne by Sonia Gandhi. Right from 2004 when UPA- 1 first came to power, her sole concern has been to enable

  • Post- Osama endgame in Afghanistan

    PM’s decision to stay in Kabul overnight despite security threats also sent amessage to all concerned. This does not mean that he did not address the problems of the day and of the future, especially now that the endgame in war- ravaged Afghanistan has begun, but more about that presently.

  • HSC results today

    Nail- biting moment for over 13 lakh Students from all over the state