Free Press Journal
  • I am missing Bhutia: Chhetri

    New Delhi Star striker Sunil Chhetri is missing former captain Bhaichung Bhutia in the national football c& and said it would be tough for any player to fill in the shoes of a player of his stature.

  • Propery Rent to rise under new law

    Plans are moving ahead in India to overhaul the property rental market which could result in tens of thousands of tenants paying more as part of a push to make the sector reflect market reality.

  • What Cities Mumbaikars Invest In

    Investors from Mumbai have two major criteria that motivate them. One is, naturally, returns on investment.


    A ccording to an indepth report by the McKinsey Global Institute, Indias urban population will go up from the current 340 million to 590 million by the year 2030, a scale which is unprecedented across the globe, excepting China.


    A real estate consultant has the complex and responsibility- driven role of dealing with high- value property assets. Hence, a potent combination of technical know- how, market insight and ethical values are the cornerstones of a perfect real estate professional.


    Buying an office or retail space is a huge investment, which is why commercial real estate has been traditionally seen as an asset class that only institutional investors or heavyweight HNIs could invest in. That, however, is changing. Many retail investors are now getting into the office real estate game.

  • Indian Open back on Asian Tour schedule

    Mumbai The Indian Open golf tournament is set to make its return to Asian Tour schedule with the 48th edition of the event, scheduled to be held from October 13- 16, offering a record prize purse of $ 1.5 million. The Indian Open would thus become the richest full- field Asian Tour event and is the result of a newlyinked agreement between the Asian Tour and Nimbus Sport, a media release said.

  • Roaring start for McIlroy

    Bethesda/ Maryland Rory McIlroy put his Masters misery firmly behind him, firing a superb six- under 65 for a three- stroke lead in the first round of the 111st US Open at Congressional Country Club. The previous round of major golf for the then 21- year- old Ulsterman had been a nightmare 80 after taking a four- stroke lead into the final round of the Masters in April.

  • Maruti plant to resume production

    New Delhi Maruti Suzuki India on Friday said normal production will resume at its Manesar plant from Saturday, following the end of 13- day long strike by workers.

  • BoMs soil testing laboratory inaugurated

    Pune Vikhe Patil, Minister for Agriculture & Marketing, Maharashtra State Radhakrishna and Harshawardhan Patil, Minister for Cooperation and Parliamentary Affairs on Friday inaugurated the Bank of Maharashtras soil testing laboratory set up by bank promoted Mahabank Agricultural Research and Rural development Foundation( MARDEF) in association with Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilisers ( RCF) at Bank of Maharashtra Rural Development Centre in Bhigwan.

  • India is an interesting option: Oltmans

    New Delhi Veteran Dutch hockey coach Roelant Oltmans has termed the assignment of coaching India as an interesting proposition, which comes with a few riders.

  • Karnataka have to raise their game against Punjab

    AVISHEK ROY Bhopal Karnataka will have to raise their game when they face Punjab in the semi- final of the senior National Hockey Ch&ionships here on Saturday.


    Indian tennis stars Somdev Devvarman and Sania Mirza have been handed easy draws in their respective singles events at the Wimbledon, starting here on Monday.

  • Got to work hard on my shot- selection before Tests: Raina

    Jamaica Indias stand- in skipper Suresh Raina is so disappointed with his shot- selection in the last two One- Dayers against the West Indies that he plans to work hard on his batting in the nets to improve himself before the Tests starting on Monday.

  • Eden set to host India match again after World Cup snub

    KUSHAN SARKAR New Delhi The BCCI is all set to allot Eden Gardens at least one international match at the end of this year when the Tours and Fixtures Committee meet in Mumbai today to discuss the detailed itinerary of the twin home series against England and West Indies.

  • It may be time up for Punter: Warne

    Melbourne Legendary leg- spinner Shane Warne feels Ricky Ponting was lucky to survive the axe despite average batting as the selectors chose to an alt145 easyprey in Simon Katich. The Australian selectors invited criticism from former players and fans after dropping a very consistent Katich from the playerscontracted list.

  • BCCI, Tendulkar want UDRS to be accurate

    New Delhi The Indian cricket board and batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar feel that the Umpires Decision Review System ( UDRS) should be made accurate with Snickometer and Hot Spot technology. Tendulkar said that he is not opposed to the UDRS but wants it to be more accurate.

  • Anil to shoot for Hollywood film Cities in November

    Anil Kapoors Hollywood career seems to be going in the right direction – after completing shooting for Mission: Impossible 4, he is set to begin shooting for his next Hollywood film Citieswith Clive Owen. alt147 I have finished shooting for alt145 Mission: Impossible 4and it is now in post production.