Free Press Journal
  • Indian eves suffer heavy defeat against Australia

    Billericay/ England: Indian womens cricket team put up a listless batting performance to lose the opening match of the Quadrangular Twenty20 Series against Australia by eight wickets here on Thursday.

  • Durrani to be felicitated on July 2

    Thane: ICC president and NCP chief Sharad Pawar will felicitate Durrani, in presence of cricketers like Chandu Borde, Bapu Nadkarni etc, who played alongside him, said Jitendra Avhad, president of the Mandovi Muslim Cricket Club, which is organising the function.

  • SAINA SAILS INTO LAST 8

    Jwala- Ashwini go down fighting to Kyung- Jung

  • CIC: Make public RBI advisory note to ICICI Bank

    It would be rather too audacious on the part of a bank to say that it will not divulge the details of such fraudsters because there happens to be bank- customer relationship which is fiduciary in nature’SATYANANDA MISHRA Chief Information Commissioner

  • MCX-SX scores a point as NSE is fined

    NSE has been asked to pay 5% of its average annual turnover and also cease and desist of unfair trade practices in from currency trading

  • India bow out of Olympic football qualifiers

    Pune: India paid the price of wasting a crucial penalty as could only manage a 1- 1 draw against much- fancied Qatar thus crashing out of the Olympic football qualifiers here on Thursday.

  • Easier stamp duty norms soon: Govt

    New Delhi: The centre is likely to come out with a uniform and market- friendly Stamp duty structure for transactions in the capital and commodities markets within two weeks, a senior finance ministry official said.

  • Govt allows additional sugar exports

    Mumbai: The government allowed export of additional 5 lakh tonnes of sugar under the Open General Licenses (OGL). EGoM has approved additional export of five lakh tonnes of sugar, Food Minister K V Thomas told PTI after the meeting of Empowered Group of Ministers.

  • 2G scam: CBI to quiz UB Group, India Cem

    New Delhi: CBI will seek clarification from UB Group and India Cements over money given by them to Kalaignar TV to apparently help the channel return over Rs 200 crore allegedly received by it from DB Group of companies in return for allocation of 2G spectrum.

  • IT sector upbeat despite visa issue

    New Delhi: Amid controversy over US visa misuse by Indian IT firms, Nasscom, has played down the issue saying this is nothing new as there may be differences over interpretation of visas.

  • Serena struggles, Ivanovic canters

    London: Defending ch&ion Serena Williams needed another three- setter to reach the Wimbledon third round on Thursday while former number one Ana Ivanovic barely broke sweat in her last 64 encounter. Four- time ch&ion Williams came back from a set down to defeat Romanian teenager Simona Halep 3- 6, 6- 2, 6- 1.

  • Bopanna-Qureshi shocked

    Rohan Bopanna and Aisam- ul- Haq Qureshi squandered a match point in an action- filled first round clash to make an early exit from the mens doubles event of the Wimbledon ch&ionships here on Thursday. The fourth seed Indo- Pak pair lost 6- 2 2- 6 19- 21 to unseeded Colombian pair of Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah at court number six.

  • Indias mind bowling show blows WI away

    Kingston: India allowed the West Indies tail- enders to delay the inevitable before wrapping up the first cricket Test with a comfortable 63- run victory inside four days and take a 1- 0 lead in the threematch Test series here on Thursday. Chasing a victory target of 326, West Indies never recovered from the twin- blow dealt by debutant Praveen Kumar dismissing Darren Bravo ( 41) and Shivanarine Chanderpaul ( 30) as they were