Free Press Journal
  • Suresh Raina

    Practising on hockey turf mantra behind Raina’s success

    Lucknow: Suresh Raina, whose century in the second ODI helped India regain its confidence back after successive defeats in Tests against England, has extensively worked hard on tackling short pitch deliveries in the hockey turf at Guru Govind Singh Sports College here, his coach Deepak Sharma said.

  • Have constructed 184 night shelters in Delhi: DUSIB to HC

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court was today told by the Delhi Urban Shelters Improvement Board (DUSIB) that it has constructed 184 night shelters in the national capital and is in the process of building more for the homeless in the city.

  • tony abbott

    Nuclear deal likely during Australia PM Abbott’s visit

    New Delhi: Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott arrives here Thursday on a two-day visit that is expected to see inking of a nuclear cooperation agreement that would enable uranium sales by Australia to India.

  • Amit Shah to perform Ganeshotsav ‘maha-aarti’

    Mumbai: Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah will perform a ‘maha-aarti’ of Lord Ganesha as part of the ongoing 11-day Ganeshotsav during his visit to Mumbai Thursday, party sources said.

  • Modi’s Teachers’ Day speech to be streamed live on DD web

    New Delhi:With an aim to ensure wider reach of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s interaction with school students on the Teachers’ Day, live streaming will also be made available through web channels of Doordarshan, PMO and the HRD Ministry.

  • Sushil Modi

    Controversy surrounding Sushil Modi refuses to die down

    Patna: The controversy surrounding senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi’s chief ministerial candidature for next year’s Assembly elections refused to die down as another party leader today indirectly questioned his credentials for the top post.

  • Augustus wins The War Memorial Plate

    Chennai: Augustus, trained by Akbar Malick Khan and ridden by jockey Zulquar Nain, won the War Memorial Plate, the main event of the races here today.

  • CBI segregates PILs on Adarsh scam on the basis of issues

    Mumbai: Following a directive of Bombay High Court, the Central Bureau of Investigation today submitted a chart segregating the public interest litigations on Adarsh Housing Society scam on the basis of issues.

  • Revised norms to generate interest in Basel-III bonds: Crisil

    Mumbai: Rating agency Crisil announced here today that the Reserve Bank’s revised norms on Basel-III bonds would help reduce risk associated with non-equity tier-I instruments and make them attractive to investors.

  • Narendera Modi with Sushma Swaraj

    Modi’s ends Japan visit, Sushma receives him at airport

    New Delhi: The successful visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Japan, his first bilateral trip outside the subcontinent, ended today with the Indian leader thanking the country for displaying its affection and warmth.

  • Imran Khan

    Pak SC asks parties to submit suggestions to resolve deadlock

    Islamabad: Pakistan’s Supreme Court today asked all parliamentary parties to submit their suggestions to resolve the ongoing political impasse between the government and protesters seeking Premier Nawaz Sharif’s resignation.

  • Gaza attacks cost Israel $2.5 bn

    Jerusalem: Israel’s military has said that more than $2.5 billion was spent for carrying out military operations in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip that left more than 2,000 people dead.

  • Cong distances from Manish Tewari’s remarks

    New Delhi: Congress today distanced itself from the remarks made by its leader Manish Tewari on the government’s move to appoint former Chief Justice of India P Sathasivam as Kerala governor and said it expects him to toe the party line.

  • Cigna TTK Health opens five new branches

    Mumbai: New entrant in health segment Cigna TTK Health Insurance today said it has opened five branches in Ahmedabad, Chandigarh, Coimbatore, Cochin and Pune, as a part of its expansion plan.

  • Pak yet again delays Mumbai attacks trial

    Lahore: For the eighth time in a row, a Pakistani anti-terrorism court trying the seven accused in the 2008 Mumbai attacks case today adjourned the hearing after a government witness and prosecution lawyers did not show up.