Free Press Journal
  • Moritz hat-trick for Mumbai sinks Pune

    Mumbai: Brazilian Andre Moritz dazzled the home crowd with a hat-trick of goals to power Mumbai City FC to a stunning 5-0 victory over state rivals FC Pune City in a Hero Indian Super League fixture here today.

  • Case filed in data erasure in hard disk seized from Khaitan

    New Delhi: Delhi Police have lodged a case in connection with the data erased from the hard disk seized from the house of businessman Gautam Khaitan who was arrested in AgustaWestland chopper deal case, officials said Saturday.

  • Child right is a matter of international concern: M B Lokur

    Shillong: Supreme Court Judge, Justice Madan B Lokur today said child rights is a matter of international concern and it is time that the issue needs to be concentrated at the national sphere by breaking ‘compartmental-barriers’.

  • Rajasthan DGP recommends referring case to CBI

    Jaipur: Rajasthan DGP has recommended referring the case against former Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, former Union MoS Sachin Pilot and several others for alleged financial irregularities to the tune of Rs.2.56 crores in operating ‘108’ ambulance service during the previous Congress regime to CBI.

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    Clive Llyod apologises for Windies team calling off tour

    New Delhi:  Former captain and West Indies Cricket Board selection committee chairman Clive Lloyd today apologised for the Caribbean team’s unprecedented move to pull out of remainder of India tour in the wake of an acrimonious pay dispute with WICB, saying that it was a mistake on the part of the players to have done so.

  • Himachal police trains 50,000 girls in unarmed combat

    Shimla: About 50,000 girl students of state -run schools in tribal and remote areas of Kinnaur, Lahaul and Spiti and Pangi were trained by police in unarmed combat skills to make them self-reliant.

  • Shuttler Kashyap goes down in Denmark Open semis

    New Delhi: Leading Indian shuttler Parupalli Kashyap fought valiantly but went down to reigning World Champion Chen Long of China in the men’s singles semi-final of the $600,000 Denmark Open Super Series Premier being played at Odense Saturday.

  • Cyclone Hudhud reaches Visakhapatnam

    Cyclone Hudhud toll rises to 40 in Andhra

    Visakhapatnam: The death toll in the severe cyclonic storm Hudhud which battered north coastal Andhra last Sunday climbed to 40, officials said Saturday.

  • Centre asks Odisha to clarify on Posco mining project

    Bhubaneswar: The union mines ministry has sought further clarifications from Odisha on the mining project of South Korean steel major Posco in the state, a senior state official said here Saturday.

  • Congress to table no-confidence motion against TMC

    Kolkata: The Congress in West Bengal has decided to table a no-confidence motion against the Trinamool Congress government next month, state party chief Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury said here Saturday.

  • India to develop Chahbahar port in Iran

    New Delhi: The union cabinet Saturday gave its approval to India’s plan to ugrade the Chahbahar port in Iran, a move which will pave the way for improving India’s trade with Afghanistan and other central Asian countries.

  • Court jails married man for raping, cheating woman

    New Delhi: A court here awarded a 10-year jail term and also slapped a fine of Rs.1 lakh on a man who concealed his marriage and had sexual relations with a woman.

  • BJP will get majority in Haryana, says union minister

    New Delhi: Minister of State for Road Transport Krishan Pal has said that the BJP will get a comfortable majority in the Haryana assembly polls and the credit for the victory will go to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP workers.

  • Government raises natural gas price to $5.61 per unit

    New Delhi:  In what could be seen as a setback for private hydrocarbon explorers, the government Saturday said natural gas prices were being revised to $5.61 per unit as opposed to the industries demand for atleast doubling it to a little over $8 per unit.