Free Press Journal
  • Rafa rocks Rafa rocks

    Nadal in last eight with bogeyman Soderling looming

  • Noel dazzles as YMCA outplay Santacruz Gym

    FPJ SPORTS DESK Mumbai Having suffered two successive defeats, fancied Santacruz Gymkhanaalt39s hopes of finishing second best behind favourites Andheri YMCA were completely evaporated in the JVPGC- MSDTTA Fir

  • Saina sets sights on London Olympics

    Beijing Indian badminton star Saina Nehwal said the quarter- final defeat at the Beijing Olympics made her strong and the dream of winning an Olympic medal could be realised in London next year.

  • Salgaocar crowned champs

    Ludhiana Salgaocar Sports Club on Monday clinched their maiden I- League title after recording a 2- 0 victory over JCT in their last round match here.

  • SRK secret of missing rings

    LIPIKA VARMA Shah Rukh Khan seems to be giving competition to Ekta Kapoor, not as a producer but in the race of being the most superstitious celebrity. More often than not, Shah Rukh has been seen wearing a set of four rings for almost every event and even during the IPL matches of Kolkata Knight Riders. But recently he was spotted without wearing even a single one. Inquiring on his missing

  • SSS stands for struggle multiplied thrice

    And that does not include the three judges Sanjay, Sonu and Shreya, who have come together to judge a singing reality show whose talking point will be struggle and hard work for achievement

  • Don’t want to expose my children to media

    Juhi Chawla always kept her personal life away from prying media eyes and says she leads a very simple life and wants the same for her children.


    Expressing her desire to work in women- oriented films, Shefali Shah talks about the womanhood and her several upcoming projects


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  • RCom Q4 profit plunges 86%

    Mumbai Anil Ambani Group firm RCom on Monday reported 86 per cent decline in consolidated net profit at Rs 168.6 crore for the fourth quarter ended March 31 due to foreign exchange losses and increase in interest outg

  • Subsidy burden weighs on ONGC net in Q4

    Had to pay the highest ever Rs 24,892 cr, half of it in Q4, in fuel subsidy by way of discounts on crude oil it sells to state- owned refiners

  • RBI says majority favoured 25 bps hike to tame inflation

    FPJ BUSINESS DESK Mumbai Rejecting the majority view of lower increase in key policy rates, RBI opted for 50 basis points hike in its shortterm lending rates to contain inflationary expectations.

  • Chidu calls for higher tax on luxury items, inheritance levy

    New Delhi Saying that India is not utilising its capacity to the fullest to raise resources, especially tax resources, Home Minister P Chidambaram has pitched for higher taxes on luxury products and imposing inheritance tax, PTI reports.

  • Can be used for settling scores

    India will witness aparallel government committed to the principle that some Indians are more equal than others. It will open the floodgates for settling private scores and political vendetta. The dangers of outsourcing law- making to the self- professed army of the virtuous couldnalt39t have been better illustrated.

  • IPL will spell doom for the Indian Cricket!

    V GANGADHAR Union Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh recently commented on the not- too- bright status of the IIT faculty and how the research produced in the institutions was often of an inferior quality. This had led to a debate, but there was grudging admission, at least on the point about the quality of research being notup to the mark.

  • A parasitic jailbird

    Having failed in his mission to be the undisputed ruler of Karnataka, Governor Hans Raj Bhardwaj cannot be blamed for feeling a little frustrated. After all, he had drawn a long list of things he would do when he ran the Karnataka government from Raj Bhawan. Imagine the immense clout he and his cronies would have wielded if he were the sole ruler of the State. And the number of things he

  • Monsoon may hit Mumbai in June 2nd week

    PRANALI LOTLIKAR Mumbai As the monsoon marked its beginning in Kerala and some areas of Tamil Nadu on Sunday, expectations are that it would hit the city by the second week of June. This year it has arrived in the southern states three days ahead of its normal onset on June 1, the Meteorological Office announced.

  • MHADA flats fail to interest netas

    DHARAM DHUTIA Mumbai: In a shocking revelation on the eve of the fourth Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority ( MHADA) lottery, it has come to light that there are only 30 applications from the elected representatives category for the 78 flats reserved for them raising a question on the special reservation quota for this category.