Free Press Journal
  • gopinath munde

    Munde’s death case: Accused driver appears in court

    New Delhi: A taxi driver who has been accused of rash and negligent driving which led to the death of then union minister Gopinath Munde in June last year, appeared in a court here Wednesday.

  • Bob Willis

    India are light years ahead of England in ODI: Bob Willis

    London:  Former England fast bowler Bob Willis said that the Indians were light years ahead of their present English counterparts in One-Day Internationals (ODIs), and added that the limited overs game has changed beyond recognition.

  • Parrikar lacks moral right to sack DRDO chief: Goa Congress

    Panaji: The Goa Congress Wednesday said Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar lacks the moral right to sack the DRDO chief, having given service extension to 30 retiring officials during his tenure as the state’s chief minister.

  • 1st Cairn Junior Hockey Cup to kickstart tomorrow

    New Delhi: With an eye to promote the game at the grassroot level, the Hockey Citizen Group, an NGO, will organise the NCR edition of the inaugural Cairn Junior Hockey Cup 2015 at the Shivaji Stadium from January 15 to 21.

  • Imran, Reham face wrath of Peshawar terror-hit school parents

    Peshawar: Imran Khan and his newly-wed wife were today booed by grieving parents of the victims of the Peshawar school massacre, accusing him of politicising the tragedy and being busy with marriage preparations.

  • Bartender plotted to kill US House Speaker Boehner: report

    Washington: A bartender plotted to murder House Speaker John Boehner after hearing voices in his head telling him that the senior US lawmaker was “the devil,” police documents obtained by an Ohio TV station have showed.

  • Djokovic reveals why modern tennis great friends can’t hang out together

    Sydney : Competitive world number one tennis player Novak Djokovic has given a glimpse of his soft side, saying that he would like to hang out more with his fellow modern greats in the sport but insisted that their competitive spirits don’t often allow it.

  • Dean Jones

    Virat Kohli must have say in new coach selection: Dean Jones

    Melbourne:  Former Australia batsman Dean Jones believes Test skipper Virat Kohli must have a say in the selection of the new India coach which will be decided after the cricket World Cup starting next month.

  • Four killed as anti-govt protestors torch bus in Bangladesh

    Dhaka: Four persons, including a child, were killed and 15 others injured after anti-government protesters set a bus on fire today for defying the nationwide blockade enforced in Bangladesh by opposition BNP, hours after party chief Khaleda Zia’s aide survived an assassination attempt.

  • Diego Simeone

    Atletico must not relax against Real Madrid: Diego Simeone

    Madrid: Reigning La Liga champion Atletico Madrid’s coach Diego Simeone has told his players to be humble as they prepare for their vital Kings Cup second leg tie against crosstown rivals Real Madrid Thursday.

  • Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi

    Prohibitory orders violation case: Naqvi gets one-year jail

    Rampur (UP): Union Minister and senior BJP leader Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi was today given a one-year jail term by a local court after he was convicted of violating prohibitory orders during the 2009 Lok Sabha polls.

  • Kevin Pietersen

    Want England to do well in World Cup: Kevin Pietersen

    Sydney:  Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen has said he wants England “to do well” in the impending World Cup despite being acrimoniously sacked by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), leading to a long-enduring verbal fight between the two warring parties.

  • Will contact CBI about my questioning: Mukul Roy

    Kolkata: Trinamool Congress general secretary and former railway minister Mukul Roy, summoned by the CBI in the Saradha scam, said Wednesday he will contact probe agency about his appearance.