Free Press Journal
  • Don’t want to be in Padma controversies: shooter Narang

    Bengaluru: Seeking to steer clear of the furore that was triggered by Saina Nehwal’s open displeasure at being ignored for the Padma awards, ace Indian shooter Gagan Narang said he would prefer to wait for the government to take a call on such matters. “I feel it is necessary for me to keep away from controversies, and see how the government decides in terms of awards,” Narang told PTI.

  • It Was Virtual Chaos On WEH….

    …Two Incidents Hit Peak Hour Traffic: First A Taxi Caught Fire And Then A Bus Jumped A Divider After Its Wheels Broke Loose 

  • Ganesh, Bikaram hit unbeaten tons

    Mumbai: Openers Ganesh Bhusara of Gujarat and Bikaram of Rajasthan hit unbeaten tons to lead their teams to impressive wins, in the National Blind Cricket Tournament, organized by The Blind Welfare Organisation (Nasik, India), in association with Islam Gymkhana, Mumbai on Friday.

  • Twitter War Over Queen’s Necklace

    Yuva Sena Chief SHELARAditya Thackeray And BJP Leader Ashish Shelar ‘Lock’ Tweets Over The Replacement Of Street Lights On Marine Drive

  • Array Of Promises In Cong Manifesto For Delhi Polls

    New  Delhi : Facing a tough electoral battle, Congress on Friday made an array of promises in its manifesto like significant cut in power rates, wi-fi facilities in public transport, waving off pending water bills and ensuring a graft-free administration if voted to power in Delhi.

  • Master Plan Cleared For Bhendi Bazaar Makeover

    Mumbai : The civic authorities on Friday granted the crucial Master Plan approval and other sanctions, paving the way for launching the first phase of the ambitious Bhendi Bazaar Redevelopment Project (BBRP), an official said here.

  • Royal Wahingdoh beat Salgaocar

    Margao: Royal Wahingdoh capitalised on a defensive error as they got the better of Salgaocar FC by a solitary goal to score their second consecutive win in the I-League on Friday.

  • Soon, Hospitals Can Go Vertical

    State Plans To Lift Two-Year-Old Restriction On Height Of Hospital Buildings In The Metropolis

  • Illegal Hoardings: HC Fumes Over Inaction

    Mumbai : The Bombay High Court on Friday expressed displeasure over the failure of municipal councils in submitting their compliance report on action taken against illegal hoardings. The non-submission of report suggested that there was failure in complying with the previous orders of the court on removing illegal hoardings.

  • Bengaluru face Pune challenge

    Bengaluru: After starting their campaign with a draw, pressure will be on Bengaluru FC to register their first win of the season when they take on Pune FC in an I-League match today.

  • Cultural Tableaux, Stunning Displays Ready To Roll On R-Day

    New Delhi : Breath-taking manoeuvres by air force jets, a procession of tableaux presenting a glimpse of India’s cultural heritage and the progress made by the country and all-women marching contingents of the three Services, these are some of the attractions in store for dignitaries and guests at the Republic Day function here.

  • For State, Youth’s Custodial Death Is Not A Big Deal!

    Mumbai : In a shocking reply to a petition pertaining to the custodial death of a 20-year-old man, the State while mentioning it is not of public importance has said if a special public prosecutor (SPP) is required to be

  • Top seed Ravi and Anshul enter quarters

    Mumbai: Top seed Ravi Dixit and Anshul Goyal advanced to the quarter finals of the men’s open group at the Khar Gymkhana – I.G.O.P.L Offshore Squash Championship organised by SPA in association with SRFI and SRAM at the KG squash courts. Ravi, a promising Indian squash player beat KG’s Veer Chotrani 11-3, 13-11 while, Otters Club’s Anshul Goyal defeated Maunil Vohra 11-7, 9-11, 11-7 in a keenly contested battle. In the men’s

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    Political Economy Rahul, There’s No One ‘Idea Of India’

    The Congress spokesperson Janardan Dwivedi, who is now at the centre of an intra-Congress controversy, was only partially right when he suggested that Narendra Modi’s BJP was better able to connect with people’s sense of Indianness than his own party. While this assertion can also be taken to imply that Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi was perceived to be rootless and, by implication, less of an authentic Indian, the Congress’ apparent detachment

  • American Hug Or Chinese Embrace?

    US Secretary of State John Kerry outlined three areas of cooperation between India and China—bilateral trade, climate change and defence—during his recent visit to Gujarat. It is hoped that these issues will be taken forward during President Obama’s visit. But there is little cause for optimism. The obstruction lies in America’s unwillingness to transfer advance technologies. India exports goods to the US and imports technologies. Increase in bilateral trade means that we

  • A Halfway House

    The Supreme Court of India has not declared N Srinivasan out. But he has also not been given not-out. The President of the Board for Control of Cricket in India is in a state of limbo. But since he has been barred from contesting the coming election for heading the BCCI, it is to be assumed that Srinivasan’s days as the arbiter of Indian cricket are numbered. Besides, it is for him

  • Fast NEWS

    Snooker: Advani, Madan set up title clash