Free Press Journal
  • Dhoni bemoans Virus absence

    Somerset India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni today rued absence of Virender Sehwag in the first two Tests against England, saying the opener is one of the few players in the world who could influence the outcome of a game in a big way.

  • ICC promotes a grand paradox

    Mahendra Singh Dhonis uncharacteristic decision to forego a great opportunity to win the third Test and complete an unprecedented 2- 0 series triumph in the West Indies has come in for a fair bit of criticism, especially from excricketers.


    Melbourne Elin Nordegren, the ex- wife of philandering golfer Tiger Woods, has been having steamy rendezvous with a new man in her native Sweden.

  • Nandi apprises Maken of doping practices at NIS

    New Delhi A day after he was roughed up by security officials at Patiala, former National Institute of Sports medical officer Dr Sajib Nandi on Thursday said he has ‘substantial evidence’to back his claim of organised doping going on at

  • India in final of basketball tournament

    New Delhi The Indian basketball team advanced to the final of the Middle Asia Zone qualifying games after a commanding win over Bangladesh here on Thursday, thus continuing their impressive run in the tournament.

  • Lamborghini bids goodbye to stick shift

    With rapid advances in automatic transmission technology in recent years, the manual gearbox is gradually becoming an anachronism. While automatics still arent hugely popular in India, in the West, 80% or more of all new cars are sold with an aut

  • Guiding Light


  • Now, Manorexia, for figure- conscious men

    London Experts have warned that the pressure to look like a male is driving more men to develop dangerous eating disorders.

  • Corporate Briefs

    Panel proposes tax sops to revive export scheme

  • Proper eye, teeth care may cut dementia risk

    London Taking proper care of teeth and eyes may help reduce your risk of developing dementia, a new study has claimed, reports PTI. Canadian scientists found that going to the dentist, having your eyes tested and trying to stay as healthy

  • The female body shape most men prefer

    Sydney New research has thrown up very interesting things about what body shape in women men prefer the most.

  • Stereotypes still trip womens growth

    Women are viewed as less qualified or natural in most leadership roles, the research shows, and secondly, when women adopt culturally masculine behaviours often required by these roles, they may be viewed as presumptuous


    Dhoni in dilemma over choice between Yuvraj and Raina

  • We want to be No 1 Test side: Cook

    DUBAI: England vice- captain Alastair Cook feels that his side has the wherewithal to beat India in the upcoming four- match series and claim number one Test status. Cook said that if England play to their potential, they will be a hard side to b