Free Press Journal
  • Dhoni unhappy with ICC decision to fine Jadeja

    Southampton:  A livid India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni today lambasted the ICC decision to impose a fine on Ravindra Jadeja, saying many a thing were neglected in the case and his players cannot ignore if abuse is hurled on them.

  • Pietersen calls for Cook to quit captaincy

    London: Kevin Pietersen has become the latest former England skipper to urge Alastair Cook to quit the captaincy, saying he was only still in the job because it would be “yet another PR disaster” for the England and Wales Cricket Board to sack him now.

  • Action against school principal for caning of students: AP Minister

    Rajahmundry (AP):  Strict action will be initiated against the principal and the correspondent of a school for blind at Kakinada in East Godavari district in connection with the alleged caning of three visually-impaired students last week, Andhra Pradesh deputy Chief Minister N Chinna Rajappa said here today.

  • Canada’s Bezzoubenko wins five golds in Glasgow

    Glasgow: Canada’s Patricia Bezzoubenko was crowned queen of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow on Saturday, completing a five gold medal haul in rhythmic gymnastics while the undisputed king Usain Bolt was arriving for Jamaican relay duty.

  • Rajiv Shukla

    Denying Congress LoP post unjust: Shukla

    Mumbai: Amid indications that Congress may not get the Leader of Opposition’s post in Lok Sabha, senior party leader Rajeev Shukla today said it would amount to “injustice” and go against the “spirit” of the Supreme Court judgement.

  • Goa min backs brother Dipak on ‘Hindu state under Modi’ remark

    Panaji:  Controversial Goa minister Sudin Dhavalikar today came out in support of his colleague and Cooperation minister Dipak Dhavalikar, who had said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will develop India into a Hindu nation.

  • rahul gandhi

    Rahul Gandhi sad over violence in Saharanpur

    New Delhi: Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi, on Saturday expressed his remorse over the clashes taking place reportedly between two communities over a land dispute at Saharanpur in western Uttar Pradesh.

  • Jihadists take over Syria army base, behead soldiers: NGO

    Damascus:  Islamic State fighters have seized a Syrian army base in the northern province of Raqa, killing scores of troops and beheading some of them, a monitoring group said today.

  • Memorial service for 1945 crash victims in Odisha

    Rasgovindpur (Odisha): A memorial service was held at Rasgovindpur Airstrip in Odisha today for the 14 airmen who died in a crash here on this day in July 1945.

  • Akhilesh Yadav

    Rajnath Singh calls up Akhilesh Yadav; asks to ensure peace

    New Delhi: Home Minister Rajnath Singh today asked Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav to ensure communal harmony in the state in the wake of violence in Saharanpur and offered all help to contain the situation.

  • BCCI will take up Jadeja penalty issue with ICC: Shukla

    Mumbai: BCCI vice president Rajeev Shukla reiterated today that the board will appeal to the ICC against its decision to penalise Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja for his altercation with England pacer James Anderson during the first Test at Trent Bridge.

  • Vaiko

    Vaiko demands withdrawal of Centre’s notification on paddy

    Madurai: MDMK chief Vaiko today demanded withdrawal of the Central Government’s notification, directingthe state governments not to give any bonus apart from the Minimum Support Price given by the Centre for paddy.

  • Dr. Sanjay Baru

    Attempts to build Rahul, destroy Manmohan finished UPA-II: Baru

    Panaji: Congress president Sonia Gandhi could have spelled doom for the UPA-II government by her attempts to “engineer” a transition of leadership from then prime minister Manmohan Singh to her son Rahul Gandhi, former media advisor to the PMO Sanjaya Baru said Saturday.