Free Press Journal
  • Did BCCI chief save Dhoni’s head after England debacle?

    All the Indian players are aware that the board is behind them. The BCCI has given confidence to the players that they should play their game. We will watch their back. N Srinivasan

  • Mulayam to spring a surprise

    Lucknow : Samajwadi Party president Mulayam Singh Yadav is preparing for yet another attempt at forging a Third Front with himself at the helm, and this time he may not be a loser even if he fails.

  • No panchnama, no CCTV footage to delay arrests

    Mumbai : To stall the arrest of 3 suspended MLAs who are basically from the opposition party, the CCTV footage is not being handed over to the police force. As a delaying tactic, the Vidhan Bhavan has adopted a stand not to allow the ‘panchnama’ of the spot and recovery of the original hard disk containing the CCTV footage. The state legislature has reportedly sought the opinion of the Lok Sabha secretariat

  • Arthur unlikely to be sacked after India debacle as CA supports him

    Melbourne: Despite Australia suffering a humiliating 0-4 Test series whitewash against India, coach Mickey Aurthur is unlikely to be sacked as Cricket Australia has backed him to continue at the job though the Board termed the team performance as ‘unacceptable’. CA Chief Executive James Sutherland said the team management, including Arthur and national selector John Inverarity, retain the Board’s support.

  • Keeping my fingers crossed as far as IPL is concerned: Clarke

    Sydney: Recuperating from a back problem, Australia skipper Michael Clarke kept his ‘fingers crossed’ as far as participation in the upcoming IPL is concerned, and said he would ‘do as I’m told’ by the medical staff in deciding whether or not to play in the cash-rich T20 league. “I’d be silly to make that decision (on the IPL) right now, I think I need to wait on the results, listen

  • Mumbai Indians start training camp for IPL

    Mumbai: Mumbai Indians kicked off their Indian Premier League training camp on Monday at the Wankhede Stadium under the watchful eyes of chief coach John Wright, chief mentor Anil Kumble and assistant coach Robin Singh.

  • Report absolves Ashok Chavan

    Mumbai : IN a significant development, the two-member commission inquiring into the Adarsh scam has reportedly given a clean chit to former chief minister Ashok Chavan and late Vilasrao Deshmukh in their final report.


    State suspends API Suryavanshi for behaving rudely with MLA, sets up high-level panel to probe matter.

  • The chorus for Dutt’s pardon grows louder

    New Delhi : Demands for pardon for Mumbai blasts convict Sanjay Dutt grew louder today with more politicians and filmstars joining the chorus though Congress virtually distanced itself from party leader Digvijay Singh’s remarks in strong support of the actor.


    BHOPAL: A 20- year- girl was shot dead by her two friends at her house on Sunday late night in Jabalpur. The girl, Pushpa Tiwari, under police station Ghamapur, was murdered by the accused namely Durgesh Jatav and Rahul Ghanghoria.

  • ED questions Kalmadi

    New Delhi: Sacked CWG organising committee chief Suresh Kalmadi was today quizzed for nearly six hours by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in connection with its probe into alleged forex violations in the run up to the 2010 sporting extravaganza. During the questioning, the Pune MP was asked about other clearances that the Organising Committee (OC) of the CWG obtained from RBI to conduct overseas transactions, they said.

  • Proposal sent to MPPSC to sack Dr Sharma

    Bhopal: The state health department sent a proposal to terminate the services of former health director Dr ogiraj Sharma for amassing properties disproportionate to his known source of income to the MP Public Service Commission ( MPPSC).