Free Press Journal

    India suffer early blows chasing huge Oz run pileup

  • No sympathy for Sachin: Clarke

    Adelaide: In his quest for a 4- 0 whitewash, Australian skipper Michael Clarke said his team would not show any sympathy to Sachin Tendulkar, who remains unbeaten at the end of day two of the fourth Test here and desperately seeks his 100th international century.

  • Ponting, Hussey may tour England for 2013 Ashes

    Adelaide: Australias selectors chairman John Inverarity has said Ricky Ponting may now tour England next year at the age of 38. Ponting scored his second century in a fortnight, 137 not out on the opening day of the fourth Test in Adelaide.

  • Gujarat, Tamil Nadu in final

    MUMBAI: Tamil Nadu shocked hosts Maharashtra to set up a title clash with Gujarat in the all- India cricket tournament for the blind, organized by the Blind Welfare Organisation ( India), in association with Islam Gymkhana, on Wednesday. Tamil Nadu won back- to- back ties at the Islam Gymkhana in Group A, after earlier overcoming Kerala by three wickets.

  • DY Patil group, ONGC in quarters

    Mumbai: Hosts, DY Patil Group are enjoying a good run in the Rs 12 lakh prize- money 8th All- India Dr DY Patil T20 Cricket Tournament, with their alt39 Aalt39 team advancing to the round of eight to join their string, who had already booked their slot. At the Dr DY Patil Stadium, Nerul, Dr DY Patil Group alt39 Aalt39 scored a comfortable 44- run victory over State Bank of Travancore to set up

  • Sharapova to meet Kvitova in semifinals

    Melbourne Maria Sharapova set up a much awaited Australian Open semi- final clash with Petra Kvitova after disposing of fellow Russian Ekaterina Makarova in a womens singles last eight match here Wednesday.

  • Too loud Sharapova rebuffs scream quiz

    Melbourne: Notoriously noisy Maria Sharapova slapped down questions over her loud shrieking today after she was singled out for criticism during a push for quieter womens tennis at the Australian Open.

  • Court braves gay anger in Open visit

    Melbourne Tennis legend Margaret Court reignited controversy over her views on homosexuality on Wednesday as she defied gay protest threats by visiting the Australian Open.

  • Six-In-One

    With  Agneepath hitting the screens today, there is a lot in store for the audience apart from the film. Six filmmakers have decided to launch the first trailer of their film along with this Hrithik Roshan and Sanjay Dutt starrer, making history in Bollywood, as it has never occurred before. In house advantage has been taken by Karan Johar, the producer of alt39 Agneepathalt39, as he has decided to release the trailer of his


    SBI donation for blinds under community services banking

  • Supreme Ind posts strong results

    MUMBAI: Supreme Industries Limited ( SIL), the countrys leading plastics processor, posted a net profit of Rs. 39.80 crore during the second quarter ended December 31 compared to Rs. 39.68 crore during the same period last fiscal.

  • BoB Q3 net up 20% to Rs 1290 cr

    Mumbai: Backed by sound growth in its core income, countrys second largest public sector lender, Bank of Baroda on Wednesday registered a 20.7% jump in net profit to Rs. 1,289.85 cr in the third quarter of the current fiscal from Rs. 1,068.88 cr in the same period a year ago.

  • UBI Q3 net dips but margins stay healthy

    Mumbai: State- run Union Bank of India posted a 66 percent fall in its net profit for the December quarter at Rs 197 crore on a jump in provisioning.

  • Muthuraman, Priya Paul among Padma awardees

    New Delhi Tata Steel Vice- Chairman rpt Vice- Chairman B Muthuraman, Subbiah Murugappa Vellayan of the Murugappa group and Chairperson of Apeejay Surrendra Park Hotels, Priya Paul are among seven people selected for this years Padma Awards in the trade and industry category.