Free Press Journal
  • Mahendra Singh Dhoni

    Batting approach in overseas tours has improved: Dhoni

    Brisbane: Even as their dismal run away from home continues, skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni says the Indian cricket team’s approach to batting in overseas tours has “improved” in the last one year.

  • Afridi to quit ODIs after 2015 World Cup

    Karachi: In a bid to concentrate on his T20 career, Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi today announced that he will retire from one-day internationals after the 2015 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

  • GoAir

    GoAir offers discount on fares, lowest at Rs 1,469

    New Delhi: The Wadia Group-promoted budget carrier GoAir today said it has put 1.7 million seats up for sale, offering fares as low as Rs 1,469 for travel next year with a five-day booking period starting today, to stimulate demand during the lean period.

  • UP reach 115 for one on day one against Mumbai

    Kanpur: Fine batting by Tanmay Srivastava and Prashant Gupta helped Uttar Pradesh reach 115 for one on the first day of their Group A Ranji Trophy cricket match against Mumbai here today.

  • Truecaller to set up R&D centre in India

    Stockholm: Phone directory app Truecaller, which has nearly half of its 100 million users in India, will expand its base in the country with a research and development (R&D)centre and more marketing personnel.

  • Diandra soares

    I was scared: Gautam on his ‘special friendship’ with Diandra

    Mumbai: ‘Bigg Boss 8’ participant Gautam Gulati, who did not acknowledge his relationship with fellow evicted contestant Diandra Soares despite sharing cosy moments with her, says he was scared to admit the relationship because he was worried about his mother’s reaction.

  • Ravi Shankar Prasad

    Opposition not ready for debate on conversion: Prasad

    Patna: Union Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad today said opposition parties were not ready for a debate on conversion issue that has rocked Parliament for the last two weeks and blamed them for stalling the proceedings in Rajya Sabha.

  • ISRO’s unmanned crew module reaches Chennai

    Chennai: Three days after it was recovered from sea, ISRO’s unmanned crew module was today brought to Kamarajar Port at Ennore near here on board a Coast Guard ship.

  • Manohar Lal Khattar

    Khattar to announce schemes on ‘Good Governance Day’

    Jind (Har): Asserting that his government is committed to eliminating corruption and providing a transparent administration, Haryana Chief Minister today said that a number of schemes will be launched to mark ‘Good Governance Day’ on December 25.

  • Girl gangraped by minor boys

    Kalburgi (K’taka): A 7-year-old girl was allegedly gang-raped by four minor boys at Chidi Tanda here, police said.

  • Two militants killed in encounter in Assam

    Guwahati: Two NDFB-Sonbijit militants were killed in an encounter with a joint police and army team in lower Assam’s Chirang district today, a police official said.

  • Amit Shah

    No one can derail development agenda of Modi govt

    Chennai: Amid the raging controversy over a conversion bid by some Sangh Parivar outfits, BJP President Amit Shah today asserted that such incidents would not derail the party-led NDA Government from its development agenda.

  • sonia gandhi

    Sonia undergoes breathing exercises, to remain in hospital

    New Delhi: The condition of Congress President Sonia Gandhi, undergoing treatment for lower respiratory tract infection, is improving and she went through breathing exercises without any problem today, doctors said.

  • Agra mass conversion an act of fraud: UP Minority Commission

    Aligarh: The Uttar Pradesh State Minority Commission today described the mass conversion of Muslims in Agra as “an act of fraud and a dubious exercise which has no connection with the serious business of change of faith”.

  • Midnight marathon in Bengaluru

    Bengaluru: More than 10,000 people participated in a midnight marathon, presently in its eighth edition, in Bengaluru on Saturday night.

  • Time does not mend `broken heart` syndrome

    London: Researchers have recently claimed that time does not always help people, who suffer physically from a broken heart, recover easily.