Free Press Journal
  • Sardara Ignace put injury worries behind: train hard

    London With Indias key midfielders Sardara Singh and Ignace Tirkey back in peak fitness and taking the full workload at training session, coach Michael Nobbs exuded confidence ahead of the teams opening match against The Netherlands in the
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  • Drug cheats to be caught as never before: WADA

    London Athletes taking banned drugs at London 2012 are more likely to be detected than at any previous Olympic Games, the president of the World Anti- Doping Agency ( WADA) said.

  • Twitter Exit!

    London The Greece Olympic team has expelled their triple jumper Voula Papachristou after she made a racist remark on Twitter, days before she was due to compete at London 2012.

  • London boasts of most expensive medals

    London The eight tons of gold, silver and copper unearthed from mines in Mongolia and Utah and now under guard at the Tower of London is the largest ever haul used to make Olympic medals.

  • Fort Dental Clinic

    In a day and age where a premium is placed on looking good, Orthodontics ( straightening of crooked teeth with braces) plays an important role. Theres no denying the fact that a well aligned set of teeth can complement and enhance a persons overa
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  • Teens stand tall on Day 1

    Mumbai Gen Next trio Sparsh Pherwani, Harmehr Mago and Karan Chuganee went down in their first round matches but not before impressing and leaving their mark on the opening day of the Shyam Shroff Memorial All India Open Invitation Snooker
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  • Smashing start by seeded players

    Mumbai Sixteen- year- old Sagar Chopda, Maharashtra no. 1 mens player, representing Mumbai Suburban romped in to the mens singles fourth round of the 2nd Maharashtra Senior State Selection Badminton Tournament, being hosted by the Khar Gymkhana a
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  • Gurukul, Residency share honours

    MUMBAI: Sports Gurukul SC and Kessar Residency shared the spoils as they evenly played out a 2- 2 draw in a Third Division match of the Mumbai District Football Association ( MDFA) League – 2012- 13, played at the St. Xaviers ground, Parel on Wed
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  • Mehta enters third round

    Sheffield Indias Aditya Mehta caused an upset by beating higher ranked James Wattana of Thailand, 5- 2 in the second round of Shanghai Masters Qualifiers at World Snooker Academy here on Wednesday.

  • Narine breaks into ICC top 20

    Dubai West Indies off- spinner Sunil Narine has broken into the top 20 for the first time in the International Cricket Council Player Rankings for ODI bowlers.

  • Kapil returns to BCCI fold after sorting out differences

    New Delhi Former captain Kapil Dev on Wednesday buried his differences with the BCCI after five years of estrangement to mark his return to the official fold in a deal that makes him eligible to get Rs 1.5 crore for his services to the gam
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  • Bhansalis have started making frothy films: SRK

    LIPIKA VARMA Shah Rukh Khan and Farah Khan have revived their friendship. After the skirmish with Shirish Kunder, both SRK and Farah felt that it was time for patch up. To prove it this time, Shah Rukh came to promote Bela Bhansali Sehgals
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  • Moviemaking Designs

    A versatile dynamic individual, Shailja Gupta has always expressed her creativity in a different manner throughout her life. Belonging to the art haven Kolkata, her professional career has also been proof of her love for artistic idiom. Shailja n
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  • Uday fulfills childhood passion

    LIPIKA VARMA In a bid to be different, the renowned production house, the one and only one YRFs Uday Chopra who always longed to keep reading comics during his leisure hours has started a unique trend. ” My childhood passion for comics wil
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  • Neil pulls all nighters

    Neil Nitin Mukesh has been busy stressing it out on the sets of alt39 3Galt39 with night shoots, giving it all he has to win a hit at the box office. And while working on the film, Neil has slipped into wishful thinking. He had posted, ” Back hom
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  • Not favouring any airline: Ministry

    New Delhi The controversy over former DGCA chiefs reported recommendation to suspend Kingfishers flying licence refused to die down with the government on Wednesday saying that no airline could lose its permit for failing to pay its staff.