Free Press Journal
  • Chopra, Saxena dazzle

    Rajasthan openers excel on a luckless day for Tamil Nadu

  • SANIA- VESNINA SAIL INTO SECOND ROUND

    Sania Mirza along with her Russian partner Elena Vesnina stormed into the second round of the Australian Open womens doubles with a comprehensive 6- 0 6- 2 victory over Greeces Eleni Daniilidou and Alexandra Panova of Russia here today.

  • Indian eves complete series whitewash over Azerbaijan

    New Delhi Indian womens hockey team completed a clean sweep in their four- Test series against Azerbaijan after notching up a 2- 0 victory in the fourth and final match here on Thursday.

  • Jain is a pain for triple winner Haria

    PUNE: Delhi qualifier Rishit Jain caused a sensational upset to end the fine run of triple title winner, Dhvaj Haria of Gujarat. He carved out a hardfought 3- 2 win against the proficient Gujarat lad in a second round match of the junior boysalt3
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  • Mumbai Fighters keen for revenge against Moscow

    Mumbai Struggling Indian franchise team, Venkys Mumbai Fighters would seek to take revenge over the formidable pugilists from Dynamo Moscow when the two teams meet in the seventh round of the World Series Boxing league at suburban Malad on Friday
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  • Pujara, Singh rescue IOC

    Mumbai: A partnership of 95 runs between Cheteshwar Pujara and Harpreet Singh for the fourth wicket helped Indian Oli overhaul Indian Cements score of 125 with 14 balls to spare in a league match of the Rs 12 lakh prize money 8th All- India Dr DY Patil T20 Cricket Tournament at the Dr DY Patil Stadium, Nerul on Thursday.

  • Nilesh Bhoir shines in Thane Marathaswin

    Mumbai: Nilesh Bhoirs unbeaten 56 helped Thane Marathas back on winning ways as they beat Dadar Daredevils by eight wickets to record their third win in four outings in the five- team double- leg Mitsui Shoji- Mumbai Amateur T- 20 Cricket League, played at the Indian Airlines ground at Kalina, Santacruz ( East) on Thursday.

  • Nippon Life to buy 26% in Reliance Cap MF arm

    Mumbai: In the largest foreign direct investment in the Indian mutual funds space, Japans Nippon Life Insurance Co will acquire a 26 per cent stake in Reliance Capital Asset Management for Rs 1,450 crore ($ 290 million).

  • E- commerce tops retail summit debate

    MUMBAI: The second day of the Retail Leadership Summit 2012 saw retailers getting into the specifics like multi channel retail, specialty retailing, etc.

  • CORPORATE CONNECT

    Bank of Maharashtras banking service to Shri Siddhivinayak Temple

  • Dec qtr: Mastek posts 13% jump in order book

    Mumbai: Infotech solutions company Mastek Ltd on Thursday posted a marginal net loss of Rs. 1.5 cr in Q2 FY12 as compared to Rs. 27.3 cr net loss in Q1 FY 12.

  • Net profit: Bajaj sees 19% jump, Hero logs 43% growth

    New Delhi: The countrys top twowheeler makers Hero Moto- Corp and Bajaj Auto reported impressive numbers for the third quarter ended December with high doubledigit growth in net profits.

  • Starbucks- Tata alliance by month end

    New Delhi: US- based coffee giant Starbucks is fine tuning its plans to set up stores in the country in partnership with Tata Coffee and the two parties are likely to announce the blueprint by the end of this month.

  • Marketing margins of RIL, GAIL to be determined by regulator

    New Delhi: The Petroleum Ministry has asked the oil regulator to look into the marketing margin charged by not just Reliance Industries, but also state- owned GAIL India Ltd on the sale of domestic gas and imported LNG. ” We have asked the Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board ( PNGRB) to determine the quantum of marketing margin that a marketer of gas can charge from consumers. The PNGRB will look into marketing margins charged