Free Press Journal
  • Mansi skates to gold in girls U-12

    Mumbai:Graceful Mansi Shangvi showed plenty of guts while maneuvering to gold in the girls U-12 section of the Kapol OLYMPIADS- 2014.There encouragement has led to the numbers of boys and girls making a mark at Sports Authority of India.

  • BPCL regain DY Patil Cup

    Navi Mumbai:BPCL (Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited) with consumate ease defeated ONGC (Oil & Natural Gas Corporation)  by six wickets in the grand finale of the Rs 12 lakhs prize-money 10th All India Dr. D.Y. Patil T20 Cup, organised by the D.Y. Patil Sports Academy, under the auspices of the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA), and played under floodlights at the D.Y. Patil Stadium, Nerul on Saturday evening.

  • Stylish Sahil enters semis

    Mumbai:Sahil Oak, seeded third, scored a most impressive win over Aditya Uchil to advance into the boys U-11 semi-finals of the All India Balkan-Ji-Bari open badminton tournament, held at their complex at Juhu Road on Saturday.

  • Soccer A-Z blank Bombay FC

    Mumbai: Jeetu Thakur and Manish Jethwa scored a goal each as Soccer A-Z blanked Bombay FC 2-0 in a First Division match of the Mumbai District Football Association (MDFA) league at the St. Xavier’s ground, Parel on Saturday evening.

  • Apostolic Carmel, St. Lawrence emerge champions in football

    Mumbai:Apostolic Carmel, Bandra emerged champions, winning the Swamivivekanada and Sister Nivedita Memorial Trophy for girls under-16 in the Bengal Club Sports Academy played at the MSSA ground on Saturday evening. Joanna Jenson netted the all-important winning goal for Apostolic Carmel.

  • FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD!

    CM flags off India’s first Monorail, a service that will ensure a smooth commute for Mumbaikars in AC comfort, far removed from the crowded local trains.

  • After maut ka saudagar, it’s zeher ki kheti for Sonia

    Gulbarga (Karna) :  Attacking BJP and its PM candidate Narendra Modi, Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Saturday accused them of indulging in divisive politics by “sowing seeds of poison” (zeher ki kheti) and instigating violence.

  • Family flip-flop on identity of Esther

    Mumbai :  In a new twist, deceased techie Esther Anuhya’s uncle, Arun Kumar, has made a bizarre claim that the girl in the CCTV footage of the Lokmanya Tilak Terminus is not Esther and that he did not know who the girl was.

  • Sensational Delhi heist: Police nab mastermind

    New Delhi :  Businessman Rajesh Kalra’s office boy – who is a juvenile – is the mastermind behind the sensational Rs 7.69-crore heist in the national capital, police said on Saturday. He has been detained and three of his accomplices arrested.

  • Russians fume as Goa pulls plug on global music fest

    Panaji/New Delhi :  A last-minute withdrawal of consent by the Goa government for holding an international music festival has sparked a diplomatic row, with the Russian

  • N-E students call off stir after assurance

    New Delhi : Students from North-Eastern states, demanding justice over Nido Tania’s killing, called off their protest on Saturday after the Delhi Police assured them of speedy investigation.

  • Sinister twist to chopper-gate

    New Delhi :  One of the alleged middlemen in the VVIP chopper scam had asked a contact in India to target UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and the then NSA MK Narayanan to bag the deal, according to a document submitted in Italian court.

  • PROMISE OF FREEBIES TO BE ON EC RADAR

    Seeking to curb such promises, the poll panel wants to bring them under its model code of conduct, in deference to a SC judgement last July (more…)

  • Kejriwal invites 2 legal notices and a challenge

    NEW DELHI : Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday got two legal notices for calling politicians corrupt and a 48-hour ultimatum from Union Law Minister

  • High-voltage Telangana drama on Monday

    NEW DELHI : The capital will witness a high-voltage drama on Monday when the Andhra Pradesh Government delivers the bundles of 8049 amendments sought by the MLAs in the Andhra Pradesh Assembly on the proposed AP bifurcation bill that was finally rejected by the House.

  • Very poor accessibility to Monorail stations

    The BEST undertaking is still exploring possibilities to start feeder services, as lack of public transport around the stations has left Mumbaikars with very little options (more…)