Free Press Journal
  • MP gain three points from drawn match against Mumbai

    Mumbai: Young Mumbai batsman Shreyas Iyer notched up his second century in as many Ranji Trophy matches, slamming an unbeaten 142 in the second innings against Madhya Pradesh in a Group A cricket tie that ended in a draw at the Wankhede Stadium here today.

  • India’s junior shooting coaching scene set for overhaul

    New Delhi:  Aiming to overhaul the set-up in the junior coaching shooting scene, the National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) has recommended names of a few prospective coaches to the Sports Authority of India (SAI).

  • Baroda register convincing 10-wkt win over UP

    Lucknow: Left-arm spinner Swapnil Singh registered his best bowling figures as Baroda registered a convincing 10-wicket win over Uttar Pradesh in a Group A Ranji Trophy cricket match, here today.

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    TV better paying than films: Karan Singh Grover

    Mumbai: Karan Singh Grover, who is making a transition from the telly world to the big screen, feels that actors are paid better for their work on TV than in films.

  • Omar Abdullah loses

    Omar decides to step down as caretaker Chief Minister

    Srinagar: The political impasse in Jammu and Kashmir has taken a new turn with Omar Abdullah deciding not to continue as caretaker Chief Minister, arguing that the state needed a full-time administrator to deal with the situation along the border with Pakistan.

  • Imran’s marriage likely this week in a low-key ceremony

    Islamabad: Pakistan’s cricketer-turned- politician Imran Khan’s marriage is likely to be held this week with a former BBC journalist and the wedding event would be a low-key affair, his party said today.

  • Peru tribunal ratifies 25-year jail for ex-president Fujimori

    Lima: Peru’s Constitutional Tribunal (TC) has ratified a 25-year prison sentence imposed in 2009 on former president Alberto Fujimori for crimes against humanity, according to a resolution made public by the court.

  • French Islamic groups urge Muslims to condemn terrorism

    Paris: France’s main Islamic groups urged Muslims across the country to observe a minute of silence today and for imams to condemn terrorism in the wake of the massacre at the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine.

  • Dalit man commits suicide over alleged encroachment

    Muzaffarnagar:  A 35-year-old Dalit man allegedly committed suicide by consuming poison after the custody of his land was seized by revenue department at Sikreda village here, police said.

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    BJP disagrees on release of convicts in Beant Singh’s assassination

    Hyderabad: The BJP today made it clear that it is not in favour of “premature release” of 13 convicts, including five jailed in assassination case of former Punjab chief minister Beant Singh, as sought by Punjab Chief Minister Prakash Singh Badal.

  • Cong sets up committees for membership drive in J-K

    Jammu: After suffering a drubbing in the recent Assembly polls in Jammu and Kashmir, Congress has set up two panels for its membership drive in a bid to lift the moral of the party.

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    CM Fadnavis asks police personnel to practice yoga

    Mumbai: Acknowledging the stress and pressure faced by policemen during duty hours, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today asked the officials to make yoga a part of their lives as it brings positive energy to the body and mind.