Free Press Journal
  • M S Dhoni

    It was a good Test match for us: Dhoni

    Nottingham: India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni was happy with the way his team performed under pressure against England in the first Test that ended in a draw at the Trent Bridge here Sunday.

  • Communal clash in Jammu, Srinagar highway blocked briefly

    Jammu: Members of two communities clashed here Sunday over a land dispute, torching three vehicles and blocking the busy Jammu-Srinagar highway for hours, police said. Traffic resumed in the evening after police restored order in the area.

  • India England Test series

    India-England draw first Test at Trent Bridge

    Nottingham: India drew their first cricket Test with England thanks to some heroics from Stuart Binny, Ravindra Jadeja and Bhuvneshwar Kumar on the final day at the Trent Bridge here Sunday.

  • Five killed by lightning in Bengal

    Kolkata: At least five people were killed and two others seriously injured after they were struck by lightning in West Bengal’s Burdwan district Sunday, police said.

  • Dilip Kumar - Saira Banu

    Dilip Kumar’s ancestral home declared national heritage in Pakistan

    Islamabad: Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has declared as national heritage the ancestral home in Peshawar of Hindi moviedom’s thespian actor Dilip Kumar. He has directed the ministry of information, broadcasting and national heritage to acquire the house.

  • world cup fans

    World Cup final mania grips Kolkata

    Kolkata:  Giant screens have been set-up in all parts of the city, late night community feasts are being organised and schools have declared Monday a holiday  as football mania grips Kolkata ahead of the mouth-watering clash between Argentina and Germany in the 2014 FIFA World Cup final Sunday night at the famous Maracana Stadium in Brazil.

  • rains in dharamshala

    Dharamsala sees 116 mm rain

    Shimla: Temperatures across Himachal Pradesh Sunday remained pleasant following rain in some places with Dharamsala town recording the maximum – 116 mm, the Met office said.

  • delhi rains

    Heavy rains lash Delhi, more expected Monday

    New Delhi: Heavy rain lashed the Indian capital and its adjoining areas Sunday, ending a scorching heat wave and high humidity levels and bringing joy to millions. The Met Office has forecast more showers Monday.

  • Dr. Harshvardhan

    Government for better healthcare: Harsh Vardhan

    New Delhi: The Narendra Modi government wants to do extraordinary work in the health sector, union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said here Sunday.