Free Press Journal
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    Athawale visits landslide hit Malin

    Mumbai: Republican Party of India (RPI) chief Ramdas Athawale today visited Malin village in the Pune district where landslide struck on Wednesday morning, and said he would donate his one month’s salary as Rajya Sabha member to the Chief Minister’s relief fund.

  • Indian eves sign off 5th at Commonwealth Games

    Glasgow: The Indian women’s hockey team secured a 2-1 win over hosts Scotland to finish a disappointing fifth in the 20th Commonwealth Games here today.

  • Sensex, Nifty fall most in over 3 weeks on global sell-off

    Mumbai: Domestic equity benchmarks today slid the most in over three weeks with the Sensex tanking 414 points and Nifty slumping 119 points on across-the-board losses in the second half of the session as investors tracked weak global cues and continuing geo-political tensions.

  • Pujara, Kohli slip in ICC rankings for Test batsmen

    Dubai: South Africa’s AB de Villiers continues to head the Reliance ICC Rankings for Test batsmen while compatriot Hashim Amla returned to the top three. Poor performances from India’s Chetseshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli in the third Test against England saw them slip down in the rankings released Friday.

  • Natwar Singh attacks Manmohan Singh in his book

    New Delhi: Manmohan Singh’s reign as Prime Minister has been severely criticised by his former ministerial colleague Natwar Singh, who says he leaves no legacy after being in power for 10 years.

  • subrata roy Sahara Chief

    SC allows Sahara chief to be moved to make-shift jail

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court Friday cleared the deck for shifting Sahara chief Subrata Roy to a make-shift jail in conference hall at the Tihar Jail complex to facilitate him to negotiate the sale of his properties, in India and abroad.

  • HC notice to Swamy on pleas of Sonia, Rahul in Herald case

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court today issued notice to BJP leader Subramanian Swamy on a batch of petitions filed by Congress President Sonia Gandhi and others in the case of alleged cheating and misappropriation of funds in acquiring ownership of the now-defunct daily National Herald.

  • Rajapaksa Sri Lanka

    Sri Lanka issues unqualified apology for article on Jaya

    Derogatory article on Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was removed from the Sri Lankan defence ministry site after the article created huge furore in Tamil Nadu.

  • Jayalalithaa

    Article critical of Jaya in SL army website creates furore

    Chennai: An article critical of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, accompanied by a picture of the leader with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Sri Lanka s army website today created a furore in the state, with BJP allies PMK and MDMK seeking severing of diplomatic relations with the island nation.

  • Plane crash black boxes

    Fatal Taiwan flight black boxes showed no distress call

    Taipei: Taiwanese authorities said today that black boxes from the TransAsia Airways flight that crashed last week, killing 48 people, showed no distress call was recorded before the plane plunged into houses after an aborted landing.

  • Aamir Khan - PK Poster

    Aamir’s ‘PK’ poster leaves fans, friends guessing

    Mumbai: Aamir Khan throws up a surprises with almost all his new movies – the latest comes with the poster of his upcoming film “PK”. The actor features nude with a strategically placed vintage boombox, and he has left audiences guessing what the Rajkumar Hirani movie will be about.

  • SCOPE for governance reforms, more accountability in PSUs

    New Delhi: Public sector body SCOPE has pitched for the cause of better governance in PSUs through reforms such as making their Boards more accountable and converging various regulatory mechanisms to make them simpler.

  • Ukrainian troops suffer heavy loss in ambush

    Debaltseve (Ukraine): Ukrainian authorities said today that at least 10 government troops were killed in an ambush by pro-Russian separatists in an area near the wreckage of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, but international inspectors nonetheless set off for a second day at the crash site.

  • Shahrukh Khan, Salman Khan

    Shah Rukh is ‘king’ of Bollywood: Salman

    Mumbai:  Superstar Salman Khan, who has been delivering hit films back-to-back, feels his arch rival Shah Rukh Khan is the ‘King of Bollywood’.

  • Siddharth Shukla

    Why didn’t Siddharth wait for lead role to enter films?

    Mumbai:  TV actor Siddharth Shukla, who started his journey in filmdom with a small role in “Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania”, says he didn’t wait for the big role because he wanted to strike a right balance between his TV and films.