Free Press Journal
  • Sarfraz Nawaz

    Sarfraz Nawaz urges PCB, England, Oz to pressurise ICC chairman Srinivasan to quit

    Karachi : Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Shahryar Mohammad Khan and leading cricketing nations like Australia and England have been urged by former Pakistan fast bowler Sarfraz Nawaz to put pressure on Narayanaswami Srinivasan to step down as ICC chairman on moral grounds following the Indian Supreme Court’s verdict on Thursday.

  • Roger Federer, Andy Murray

    Roger Federer dumped from Open as Murray, Bouchard survive

    Melbourne: A stunned Roger Federer was dumped out of the Australian Open today in his worst showing since 2001 as Andy Murray, Eugenie Bouchard and Simona Halep battled to stay in the title hunt.

  • President Barack Obama’s 2nd Visit

    Beyond the symbolism of President Barack Obama being the first US president to be the chief guest at India’s Republic Day, his second visit to India in four years promises to galvanise India-US ties. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had invited Obama for the Republic Day celebrations on 26th January 2015 which he accepted. What will be the effects of this visit in the hot – cold relations between India & United States

  • Nalini Singh

    Sunanda Pushkar murder: Nalini Singh questioned

    New Delhi: Senior journalist Nalini Singh was questioned here in connection with the murder case of Sunanda Pushkar, Congress MP Shashi Tharoor’s wife, police said.

  • No political significance in Jaitely-Jaya meet: TN BJP

    Chennai: Breaking its silence on Union Minister Arun Jaitely’s meeting with AIADMK supremo Jayalalithaa that triggered a controversy, Tamil Nadu unit BJP today said it was only to seek her party’s support in Rajya Sabha for passage of crucial bills.

  • Danny Morrison

    India look emotionally drained: Danny Morrison

    Sydney : Disappointed with India’s performance in the ongoing tour of Australia, former New Zealand cricketer Danny Morrison feels the touring side looks “emotionally drained”.

  • Pankaj Advani

    Advani enters National Snooker semis

    Kolkata: Indian ace cueist Pankaj Advani overcame a minor blip en route to the semifinals, while unheralded Delhi lad Varun Madan continued his giantkilling run to also make it to the last-four of the Senior National Snooker Championship at the Bengal Rowing Club, here today.

  • Somnath Bharti, Kiran Bedi Somnath Bharti, Kiran Bedi

    Work in AAP and BJP will give you a ticket: Somnath Bharti

    New Delhi: Former Delhi minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Somnath Bharti on Friday said one can hold a good position in the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) after working in the Kejriwal led-AAP for four to five months.

  • Court rejects CBI’s closure report in DA case

    New Delhi: A court here has rejected a CBI closure report pertaining to a disproportionate assets case against a Superintendent Engineer of Delhi Jal Board (DJB), saying it was filed on the basis of “unfounded fear” and “fanciful apprehension”.

  • Uber Taxi

    Uber applies for radio taxi licence to operate in Delhi

    New Delhi: Over a month after it was banned in the national capital, US taxi-hailing app maker Uber said it has applied to become a licensed radio taxi operator and will hire only divers who passed police background checks recently.

  • Mumbai Attacks, terrorist

    India recalls Mumbai attack on anti-Semitic violence issue

    United Nations: Voicing concerns over the rise in anti-Semitic violence worldwide, India has recalled the attack on a Jewish centre during the 2008 Mumbai terror strikes and asserted that the international community needs to act against foreign terrorist fighters.

  • Sri Lanka to appoint panel to probe civil war 

    Colombo: Sri Lanka’s new government will appoint an independent commission to probe the last stages of the country’s civil war that ended in 2009, a minister said Friday.

  • One killed, 6 injured in UP accident

    Muzaffarnagar: A 30-year-old man was killed and six others injured when their vehicle turned turtle on Jansath road here, police said today.

  • India, US differences can be worked out: Obama

    New Delhi: US President Barack Obama Friday acknowledged that India and the US may “disagree” on certain issues, but such differences can be worked out in a spirit of mutual respect.