Free Press Journal
  • AAP Must Fix Its Quasi-NGO Ways

    The Aam Aadmi Party is in the throes of a power struggle, with two prominent lobbies at war with each other not for reasons of ideology, but for reasons of control. Each had, or has, proximity to party chief Arvind Kejriwal and has declared war against the other to be at the centre of decision-making.

  • Aditya keeps India’s hopes alive

    Mumbai : The lone Indian left in the fray, produced a solid performance which kept his countrymen’s interest alive in the 300,000 pounds Indian Open Snooker World Ranking Tournament, being played at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, Kalina.

  • From the Editor's desk

    Manmohan Singh’s Is No Bofors Case

    We do feel sorry for Manmohan Singh. Yes, truly, we do. It is the fate that almost always befalls good men when they fall into bad company. The former prime minister, whose financial integrity remains beyond reproach, aped Mahatma Gandhi’s three monkeys. He chose to neither see, nor hear, nor speak about the enormous evil that his colleagues perpetrated around him for as long as he was the prime minister. And that

  • Indian men progress

    Basel : Indian shuttler Ajay Jayaram notched up a hard-fought three-game win over Belgium’s Yuhan Tan to reach the prequarterfinals of the USD 120,000 Swiss Grand Prix Gold badminton championship.

  • Unfair to compare me with Kohli: Akmal

    Karachi: Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal has said that it was unfair to compare him with India’s Virat Kohli as both batted at different positions. “It is always my effort to deliver 100 per cent for the team and Pakistan but I know people compare me to Virat Kohli which is not right because he bats higher up the order,” Akmal said. “I should not be compared to Kohli because if he came

  • Pak manager denies rift in the team

    Karachi: Pakistan manager Naved Akram Cheema has dismissed speculation about problems in the national team in the ongoing cricket World Cup and said all the players and management were united. “There is no favouritism or bias in the team regarding anyone and all the players and management are in high spirits and on one platform,” Cheema told reporters. He was responding to questions about the decision to not play wicketkeeper-batsman Sarfraz Ahmed