Free Press Journal
  • 232 teeth boy

    232 teeth extracted from a teenager!

    Mumbai: That’s really a mouthful. This teenaged boy could bite, but barely chew thanks to his many, many, many teeth – 232 to be precise.

  • James Anderson

    Anderson hearing Aug 1

    Dubai: The International Cricket Council (ICC) confirmed that Judicial Commissioner Gordon Lewis will hold the hearing of England fast bowler James Anderson via video-conference Aug 1.

  • Cong accuses govt of playing ‘petty politics’ over LoP issue

    New Delhi: Asserting that the post of Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha is its “right”, Congress today accused the government of playing “petty politics” over the issue and hoped Speaker Sumitra Mahajan will not allow her judgement to be “coloured” by various shades of politics.

  • Atletico de Kolkata select seven Indian players

    Mumbai: Atletico de Kolkata today signed seven Indian players on day one of the two-day inaugural eight-team Hero Indian Super League domestic players draft held here today.

  • Subrata Roy Sahara

    SC refuses to release Subrata Roy on bail or parole

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today refused to release Sahara Chief Subrata Roy, who has been behind bars for nearly five months, on interim bail or parole but allowed selling of his luxury hotels in New York and London to raise money to deposit Rs 10,000 crore with SEBI as directed to get regular bail.

  • Seat allocation in LS: Member says ‘we are like nomads’

    New Delhi: The delay in allocation of seats in the newly-elected Lok Sabha came in for criticism today with a member saying the representatives of the people had become “nomadic tribes” in the absence of dedicated seats to them.

  • Haryana AAP decides not to contest Assembly polls

    Chandigarh: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has shown its disinclination to fight the upcoming Haryana Assembly polls as it plans to focus its energy for the Delhi Assembly polls.

  • MH17 victims

    Ukraine welcomes UN resolution on MH17 disaster

    Kiev:  The Ukrainian foreign ministry Tuesday welcomed the UN resolution on the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 disaster, demanding ceasefire at the crash site and independent investigation into the incident which resulted in the deaths of nearly 300 people.

  • Why you banned visit to Afzal Khan’s tomb?, HC asks Maha govt

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today asked Maharashtra government to inform by August 6 under what authority it had ordered a ban since 2007 on visit to the tomb of Afzal Khan, who had served the Adil Shahi dynasty of Bijapur as commander, at Pratapgarh fort in Satara district.

  • US to provide additional USD 9.3 million aid to Pakistan

    Islamabad: The US today said it will grant an additional USD 9.3 million aid to Pakistan to meet the health and livelihood needs of over a million internally displaced persons (IDPs) from North Waziristan where a major military operation is underway against Taliban.

  • Salgaocar FC kick-off pre-season in right earnest

    Panaji: Salgaocar Football Club began their pre-season training two days back at Duler Stadium, Mapusa, under the watchful eyes of head coach Derrick Pereira.

  • Japan, Mongolia sign free trade deal

    Tokyo: Japan and Mongolia signed a free trade deal today, as Tokyo looks to tap the country’s fast-growing economy and its vast supply of natural resources.

  • rupee against dollar

    Rupee rebounds from 1-month lows vs USD, up 6 paise at 60.24

    Mumbai: Rebounding from one-month lows, the rupee today rose six paise to end at 60.24 against the US dollar on fresh selling of the American currency by exporters and positive cues from a strong domestic share market.

  • Killing of Manipuri youth raised in parliament

    New Delhi: The killing of a Manipuri BPO employee was raised in parliament Tuesday with the government assuring that efforts were on to arrest all the accused.