Free Press Journal
  • Sonali Bendre’s Vacation Plans

    Looks like being a working mother, even for sexy celebrities, is not an easy task especially given the long hours they have to put into their work leaving very little time to spend with family. And it seems Sonali Bendre is someone who is facing the brunt of it as her daily series was taking too much of her time and leaving her left with none to spend with her son Ranveer.

  • Tamil Nadu over come Vidarbha

    Jaipur :  Tamil Nadu sailed into the semi-finals by virtue of their 144-run first innings lead over Vidarbha which ended in a draw.

  • Brendon McCullum stunned by win

    Wellington: Record-breaking New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum said a crushingly lopsided World Cup win over England here on Friday was a ‘bizarre’ achievement.

  • Let Cheap Oil Flow, Judiciously

    The key challenge before the finance minister in the coming budget is how to raise revenues to meet the increasing expenditures. We need to invest more in defence in view of the continuing standoff with Pakistan. We also need to invest in research on alternative sources of energy such as from thorium. The burden of the Seventh Pay Commission also looms large in front of us. At the same time, the growth

  • HIL is shot in the arm for Indian hockey

    Currently, Hockey India League’s third edition is taking place and with my over 18 years career in Sports Management and around 13 years of association with Indian Hockey, I can say with absolute conviction that nothing could be better for Indian Hockey.

  • RCF enter quarters

    Mumbai :  Medium pacer Shivam Dube’s fine spell (4 for 18) helped hosts RCF beat Repro and enter the quarters where they will clash against Dena Bank in the RCF Corporate T-20 tournament.

  • Time For Real Change

    It would be incorrect to say that nothing has been done in the nine months the Modi Government has been in power to push the pace of economic growth. Therefore, Deepak Parekh, a prominent business magnate, ought to have held his horses before criticising the government for failing to turn things around. A lot of incremental steps have been taken, though big-bang announcements are definitely missing. Yet, in the absence of a

  • Morgan not embarrassed

    Wellington: Under-fire England captain Eoin Morgan said his side was ‘disappointed’ rather than ‘embarrassed’ by New Zealand during an eight-wicket World Cup thumping in Wellington on Friday.