Free Press Journal
  • Michael Clarke

    Watson claims not sensed any `division` between `vital` Clarke and teammates

    Sydney : As the World Cup nears and Michael Clarke struggles to regain fitness to meet his deadline, all-rounder Shane Watson has claimed that he has not sensed any division within the team, as speculations emerged of a growing rift between the skipper and teammates. Clarke’s relationship with teammates has become a hot topic of discussion throughout a summer of injury dramas. However, Cricket Australia bosses James Sutherland and Pat Howard have

  • Gali Janardhan Reddy

    iOMC mining case: Janardhan Reddy appears before CBI court

    Hyderabad: Former Karnataka minister Gali Janardhan Reddy, an accused in the case of alleged illegal mining in Obulapuram Mining Company (OMC) and other accused today appeared before a special CBI court here.

  • BJP launches unique tech platform to connect to cadres

    Hyderabad: In an innovative technology initiative, the Telangana BJP unit today launched a digital content distribution platform that will help the party headquarters to communicate with party activists across the state.

  • Neymar

    Neymar’s brace helps Barca knock Atletico out of Copa del Rey

    London : Barcelona star forward Neymar scored twice as his side swept past rival Atletico Madrid in a pulsating thriller to seal a 4-2 aggregate victory in Copa del Rey quarter-final. Trailing 1-0 from the first leg, Atletico striker Fernando Torres, scored his third goal since returning to the club to help his side level in the first minute before Neymar 9th minute stunning goal levelled the score for Barcelona. Subsequently, Raul

  • Mamata’s tribute to army officer killed in Kashmir

    Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Thursday offered her condolences to the family of Colonel M.N. Rai who was killed in a gun battle with guerrillas in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district Tuesday.

  • Serena Williams

    Serena Williams enters Australian Open final

    Melbourne: American tennis great Serena Williams stayed on course to claim her sixth Australian Open women’s singles title after sealing a straight sets win over compatriot Madison Keys in the semifinals here Thursday. The 18 time Grand Slam champion won 7-6(5), 6-2 in one hour and 24 minutes to exact sweet revenge for her older sister Venus’ elimination in the quarters by Keys Wednesday, reports Xinhua. Though Williams broke only three times

  • 15 paise per kerry bonus continues

    Bhubaneswar:  Odisha government has decided to continue provision of a bonus of 15 paise per kerry (comprising 40 leaves) to Kendu leaf pluckers like last year, an official release said here today.

  • Gareth Bale

    Gareth Bale quashes Man U move rumours saying he is happy at Real

    London : Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale has quashed rumours surrounding his move to Manchester United, saying that he is very happy at the Bernabeu. Earlier in the month, Manchester United had reportedly set aside a staggering 120 million pounds as they look to bring in Gareth Bale to the Premier League at the end of the current campaign.

  • Obama-Modi vision document: Shedding of India’s strategic inhibitions?

    New Delhi: The visit of US President Barack Obama to India not only resulted in both countries overcoming their six-year deadlock over the civil nuclear deal but also the emergence of a “strategic vision” document for closer cooperation in the Asia Pacific and India Ocean region in the backdrop of what is seen as an aggressively rising China, agreements that many feel may have resulted in India finally shedding its strategic inhibitions.

  • Sebastian Vettel

    Sebastian Vettel almost quit F1 racing in 2014 over fury at rule changes

    London : Four time Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel had been almost forced to quit Grand Prix racing in 2014 in fury at rule changes, that wrecked his domination of the sport, his former boss Christian Horner has claimed. As Red Bull prepared for the first test of the new season in Spain, starting Sunday, the team chief revealed the torment that led to Vettel leaving for Ferrari.

  • Election Commission

    Delhi polls: EC to monitor press conferences by parties

    New Delhi: The Election Commission on Thursday announced that it will monitor all press conferences given by political parties in the national capital to check for possible violations of the Model Code of Conduct ahead of the February 7 assembly elections in the city.

  • Eoin Morgan

    Win tomorrow will build momentum ahead of World Cup: Eoin Morgan

    Perth : England captain Eoin Morgan upped the ante ahead of his side’s tri-series clash with India, saying a win in tomorrow’s virtual semifinal will build up momentum ahead of the World Cup. The two sides meet in a must-win game here after India’s match against Australia was washed out in Sydney on Monday. The winners will move to the final to take on the hosts on Sunday, also in Perth. The

  • KC(B) to remain in UDF, but continue to fight against graft

    Thiruvananthapuram: A day after Congress led ruling UDF asked Kerala Congress(B) leader R Balakrishna Pillai to rectify his “mistakes” to remain in the Front, the veteran leader today said he had not done anything wrong.

  • Mahendra Singh Dhoni

    Important to identify first playing eleven: Mahendra Singh Dhoni

    Perth:  Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni today said that it’s imperative to win every match in order to identify the team’s first playing XI ahead of the cricket World Cup. “Even if you win a couple of games, if you are not sure about your playing eleven going into the World Cup, then it may hamper your tournament. If everybody is fit, then in your mind you will have the first eleven

  • Pratapsingh Rane

    Cong skips offshore casinos’ issue in bypoll manifesto

    Panaji: Even as Congress has said that it would hold a march to demand shifting the offshore casinos from Mandovi river here, the party’s manifesto for the Panaji bye-election does not have any mention of it. The manifesto for the Panaji bypoll was released here today in the presence of Congress Goa unit chief Luizinho Faleiro, Leader of Opposition Pratapsingh Rane, party candidate Surendra Furtado and other leaders.

  • Nitin Purswami

    Zepo: Essential Solutions to Help Small Businesses Sell Online

    Today we meet Nitin Purswani, Founder of Nitin founded Zepo three years ago to address issues he had faced while trying to set up an online shop and help small business owners in India make a smoother transition to the online space. In these three years Zepo has signed up more than 1500 customers and set up offices all around the country. Let’s hear all about it from Nitin.

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    HTC Desire Eye: Aye to a Superb Media Experience

    The best selfie phone ever is here! No more wishing your selfies were as good as photos taken from the main phone camera. You now get as much attention lavished on you with the HTC Desire Eye from HTC Phones. It’s already being called THE selfie phone. Dare we call it the camera which doubles-up as an Android phone?