Free Press Journal
  • Five arrested for Maoist links in Odisha

    Sambalpur (Odisha):  Five persons were arrested for allegedly providing logistic support to Maoists in Rairakhol area of Sambalpur district, police said today.

  • Bangladesh win toss, elect to field in 2nd ODI

    Mirpur:  Bangladesh skipper Mushfiqur Rahim won the toss and chose to field against India in the second one-day International of the three-match series at Shere Bangla National Stadium here today.

  • Jhanrkhand CM expands cabinet

    Ranchi:  Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren Tuesday expanded his cabinet by inducting a minister.

  • Gavaskar joins Tendulkar as life member of Els Club

    Dubai: Cricketing greats Sunil Gavaskar and Sachin Tendulkar never batted alongside each other for India but now there is a possibility of the two playing golf together here.

  • LG should go if power situation does not improve: BJP leader

    New Delhi:  As the city continues to grapple with long outages and water scarcity, senior Delhi BJP leader Ramesh Bidhuri today accused Lt Governor Najeeb Jung of “failing” to resolve the problem and said his removal should be considered if the situation does not improve in the next few days.

  • Triangular fight on cards in Nagpur Graduates’ constituency

    Nagpur: Elections to Maharashtra Legislative Council from the Graduates’ constituency of Nagpur division slated to be held on June 20, will witness a close triangular contest among BJP’s Anil Sole, Congress’ Babanrao Taiwade and BSP-backed Independent candidate Kishore Gajbhiye.

  • Subramanian Swamy

    Governors serving without merit should quit themselves

    New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy on Tuesday said  the six serving UPA-appointed governors should quit on their own, as their appointments were without merit.

  • Wayne Rooney

    Rooney asked to train with substitutes – FA

    Rio De Janeiro:  The Football Association has reacted to speculation about striker Wayne Rooney’s place in the England team by explaining that he trained with back-up players at his own request.

  • Name tags needed for Russia, South Korea

    Cuiaba (Brazil):  Both Russia and South Korea freely admitted that they had no idea as to the identity of the players they were about to face in the World Cup Group H clash in Cuiaba.

  • The timeless ticket — but not for World Cup

    Rio De Janeiro:  Brazilian businessman Luis Meyer Blumberg owns the mother of all tickets: a lifetime pass to any event he chooses at Rio de Janeiro’s iconic Maracana stadium.

  • Inmarsat confident about MH370 crash site

    London: British satellite telecommunications company Inmarsat said that the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has yet to zero in on the area which its scientists think is the plane’s most likely crash site, a media report said Tuesday.