Free Press Journal
  • All square

    The reunion between Villas-Boas and Mourinho ends in a draw :

  • Torres red card irks Mourinho

    London : Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho criticised the dismissal of striker Fernando Torres in Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Tottenham Hotspur and argued that his side deserved more from the game.

  • CREDAI chief explains impact of SC ruling on VAT

    Mumbai :  A day after the Supreme Court upheld the state governments’ right to levy Value Added Tax (VAT) on real estate, builders have declared that buyers will have to pay the tax on sale transactions.

  • Titans overshadow Hyderabad Sunrisers

    Ranchi :  Titans skipper Henry Davids (64) and Jacques Rudolph (49 not out) put on a century stand to lead their side to a crushing eight-wicket win over Sunrisers Hyderabad in their Champions League Twenty20 Group B match on Saturday.

  • India thrash Bhutan 8-1

    Kuwait City : Prosenjit Chakraborty scored a hat-trick as India thrashed Bhutan 8-1 in the AFC U-16 Championship Qualifiers to keep themselves in contention for a final round berth.

  • United, City stunned

    Manchester : West Bromwich Albion registered a sensational 2-1 win over Manchester United at Old Trafford in the Premier League on Saturday. United slumped to 12th place in the Premier League table.

  • One arrested in Oshiwara rave party

    Mumbai: A 21-year-old youth was arrested by the Oshiwara police after he was found to be under the influence of drugs. Along with the accused the police rounded up 35 youngsters including women for indecent behaviour in public. The raid was carried out over a tip off given to the Oshiwara police that some illegal activity is carried out at Chez Moi Pub at Link Road on wee hours of Saturday.  The

  • CSK bear the Heat to reach semis

    Ranchi :  Chennai Super Kings became the first team to qualify for the semi-finals of the Champions League Twenty20 after scoring a comprehensive eight-wicket victory over Brisbane Heat in a Group B match, on Saturday.The 2013 IPL finalists were in complete control of the match but for last three overs of the Heat innings and that prevented the match from becoming a lop-sided affair.


    The Delhi Medical Association has asserted that the govt has weaved a myth of radiation from mobile towers and cell phones without any scientific evidence to slap curbs that will spell doom to the so popular mobile phones :

  • BJP to file dissent note on 2G, slams Chacko

    New Delhi : BJP on Saturday said it will file a dissent note on the JPC report on 2G scam while alleging that the panel chairman P C Chacko had “bull-dozed” its adoption, reports PTI.

  • Pune FC take on Lajong FC

    Shillong : Pune FC and Shillong Lajong FC face each other in the I-League encounter today, with both the teams riding high after comfortably beating their opponents in their respective opening matches away from home.

  • Maharashtra set for ‘lighthouse tourism’

    In a year’s time, Kanhoji Angre Lighthouse located at the Khanderi Island off the Mumbai coast, will  turn into a tourist attraction, says Milind Deora

  • Ordinance is aimed only at saving Lalu, says BJP

    Bangalore : The BJP on Saturday said Congress sought to issue the ordinance on lawmakers in a hurry to “save” its ally Lalu Prasad, in case he is convicted in the fodder case on September 30.

  • Bengaluru FC eye first win

    Bangalore : A week after making a statement against Mohun Bagan on debut, Bengaluru FC will be gunning for their first win in I-League when they take on Shillong-based Rangdajied United at the Bangalore Stadium today.

  • On Day 2, hope turns to sorrow

    Mumbai : Media reports on Friday had said that the eight-month pregnant Namita Shingade had survived the Dockyard Road building collapse, but her body was found in the debris on Saturday morning, transforming her family’s joy to sorrow.

  • Snub for Nitish: MLA meets Modi, suspended

    Patna : In an embarrassment to Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, a senior JD(U) Legislator Chhedi Paswan on Saturday met BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi following which the party suspended him for six years, reports PTI.

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  • Was ousted for talking peace with India: Sharif

    New York :  Ahead of crucial talks with his Indian counterpart, Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday said he was ousted from power in a military coup in 1999 because he started peace talks with India.
    Sharif made these remarks in his address to the Pakistani American community here. He is here to attend the annual session of the United Nations General Assembly.
    He said he was “ousted from power” by the military leadership during