Free Press Journal
  • Bagan eye dominance in Kolkata derby

    Kolkata : Table toppers Mohun Bagan would be keen to extend their dominance in the I-League football competition when they meet traditional rivals East Bengal in the return leg of the Kolkata derby at the Salt Lake stadium on today.

  • Corporate Briefs

    ‘Flash crash’: SAT asks NSE to settle trade annulment case

  • TRAI Seeks Views To Regulate Net-Based Calling, Messaging Apps

    New Delhi : The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has started the process to prepare regulatory framework for Internet-based calling and messaging applications like Skype, Viber, WhatsApp and Google Talk, known as over-the-top (OTT) players.

  • Briefs

    Illegal structure in BJP office to be inspected

  • Brazil fight back to down France

    Paris : France were handed their first defeat since the World Cup in an international friendly hosting Brazil at the Stade de France on Saturday.

  • Super Dan crashes out against Sugiarto

    New Delhi : Indonesia’s Tommy Sugiarto earned the prized scalp of five-time World Champion Lin Dan, notching up a stunning three-game win over the Chinese legend to reach the semifinals of the India Super Series badminton tournament on Friday.

  • March Of Deadly Virus Continues

    While BMC Says Don’t Panic, Pregnant Woman, New Mother Latest To Fall Prey To Swine Flu

  • Housing Societies To Be Surveyed

    Mumbai : Over 12,000 co-operative housing societies in the city scheduled to go in for elections soon would be surveyed again to facilitate the polls, minister of state for co-operatives Dada Bhuse (in pic) informed the Legislative Assembly on Friday, while replying to a calling-attention motion.

  • No Fear

    Pacer Southee says playing the World Cup summit clash  at the intimidating MCG doesn’t not worry Black Caps  (more…)

  • Mumbai Beat Maharashtra

    Pune : Riding on opener Shoaib Shaikh’s (62) half century and an all-round bowling display, Mumbai secured a narrow seven-run win over Maharashtra in the West Zone leg of Syed Mushtaq Ali Twenty20 Trophy at Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium here on Firday.

  • Brothers Arrested For Looting 8 Kg Gold

    Mumbai : The Mumbai Crime Branch on Thursday arrested two brothers who had allegedly planned and executed the robbery at a jewellery shop in Goregaon West on March 21.

  • No Change In Metro-III Alignment, Says Ashwini

    Mumbai : Despite public outrage and protest culminating in a day-long Girgaum bandh over the current alignment of Metro corridor which is likely to affect over 2,223 commercial and residential structures across South Mumbai, Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation (MMRC) has decided to stay firm on the alignment plans of its line III.

  • Hamilton fastest in practice despite car woes

    Sepang (Malaysia) : Formula one team Mercedes’ driver Lewis Hamilton set the quickest time to top the second practice session at the Malaysian Grand Prix here on Friday despite an engine problem which forced him to quit the first session.

  • Miscreant teases girl, pelts stones on her kin

    Indore : A miscreant teased a 17-year-old girl returning home with her siblings in Scheme No 78. When the siblings intervened, the miscreant pelted stones, inuring them. He then threatened them and fled the scene. The police have registered a case against the accused.

  • Vettori key for Kiwis: Dhoni

    Sydney : Indian captain MS Dhoni has identified New Zealand’s veteran spinner Daniel Vettori as the key man on whose performance the outcome of the cricket World Cup final against Australia will depend.

  • Driver Flees With ATM Cash Vehicle Having Rs 1.28 Crore

    Mumbai : An ATM cash van driver fled with the vehicle and Rs 1.28 crore in it on Friday afternoon when the other employees of the bank were busy loading money in an ATM kiosk in Trombay. The accused rode the van from Trombay to Matunga, cleared it of all the cash and left it near Don Bosco church.