Free Press Journal
  • AAP disowns two fake candidates in Karnataka

    Bangalore: The AAP Sunday disowned two “fake” candidates claiming to represent the party in Karnataka and said Hemant Kumar was its nominee in the Hubli-Dharwad Lok Sabha constituency.

  • Sudarsan Pattnaik selected for world championship in Taiwan

    Bhubaneswar: Odisha-based artist Sudarsan Pattnaik has been selected to represent India at the world sand sculpting championship to be held at New Taipei City in Taiwan April 25-May 2, the artist said Sunday.

  • Bihar Police seek 20 satellite phones for polls

    Patna: Bihar Police have sought 20 satellite phones from the union home ministry for use in Maoist-affected Lok Sabha constituencies to ensure peaceful polling, a police official said Sunday.

  • Footballer Bhutia eyes a political goal

    Darjeeling: Bhaichung Bhutia, India’s football icon even though he retired from the game some years ago, is now aiming to score a “goal” in his maiden appearance on the tricky political turf as he battles the outsider tag and faces a formidable opponent which rebuffed his appeal for support.

  • AAP fields cobbler against Paswan’s son

    Patna: The Aam Aadmi Party has fielded a cobbler against Lok Janshakti Party chief Ram Vilas Paswan’s son Chirag Paswan from the Jamui Lok Sabha constituency in Bihar, party leaders said Sunday.

  • World’s first academic porn journal launched

    London: For those interested in knowing the culture of pornography or the nature of sexual fantasy, here comes a first-ever “dedicated” porn journal.

  • Four suspected terrorists held

    New Delhi: Four suspected Indian Mujahideen operatives, who were allegedly planning to carry out terror attacks during the coming election, have been arrested from Rajasthan, Delhi Police said Sunday.

  • Sammy dares Raina to stop West Indies

    Mirpur: West Indies captain Darren Sammy wasn’t amused when he heard that Suresh Raina has dubbed his batsmen as ” six hitters” and dared the Indian bowlers to stop them from hitting the maximums when they clash in the World T20 here today.

  • Six- goal Chelsea ruin WENGER’S big day

    Hoping to celebrate 1000th match milestone by cutting Chelsea’s lead to a point, his side was instead blown away 6- 0 by a flurry of first- half goals

  • India Open Super Series from April 1

    New Delhi: The fourth edition of the onex Sunrise BWF Metlife India Open Super Series kicks off at the Siri Fort Sports Complex on April 1 and has attracted the who’s who of the badminton world.

  • HI likely to boycott CWG

    New Delhi: A miffed Hockey India on Saturday asked the Indian Olympic Association to withdraw the men’s hockey team from the Glasgow Commonwealth Games after Harbir Singh Sandhu was denied accreditation by the organisers of the 2014 CWG. He was denied accreditation following the UK Home Office Background Check result. But the decision did not go down well with the HI whose secretary general shot off a letter to IOA

  • Bengaluru take on Shillong Lajong in huge away test

    Shillong: Bengaluru FC face Shillong Lajong in a vital away fixture at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, in Shillong, on Sunday. Ashley Westwood’s team have a slender four- point lead with a game in hand over second- placed Salgaocar who played out a 0- 0 draw against United SC on Saturday and the Englishman will hope his League leaders cash in on the momentum they have been building.

  • Ozbey guides Dempo to win

    Margao: A 77th minute strike by Tolgay Ozbey guided Dempo to a solitary goal victory over Mohammedan Sporting in a 21st round match of the ILeague on Saturday. After a barren first half, Ozbey once again proved to be Dempo’s saviour when he struck in the 77th minute to give them full points and take them to fifth place with 29 points from 20 matches.