Free Press Journal
  • Balbir Singh Sr. conferred Lifetime Achievement Award

    New Delhi: The legendary Balbir Singh Senior, member of three Olympic gold medal winning teams, was honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the inaugural Hockey India Awards on Saturday. The loudest applause was expectedly reserved for Balbir Singh, who was part the famous gold winning teams from 1948 to 1956 Olympics. His 1952 record of most goals (five) in an Olympic final still stands and he also figures in the list

  • Selfie love does iPhone thief in

    New York:  It was the love for selfies that landed an iPhone thief in soup in Denver.  The thief started taking pictures of herself on the stolen phone, but the pictures were automatically getting uploaded on the owner’s Facebook page, reports IANS.The thief’s non-stop self-portraits had been automatically popping up on the Facebook account of the phone’s owner, providing unmistakable evidence of her misdeeds.

  • Car collides with taxi, four injured

    Mumbai : Three passengers and a taxi driver were grievously injured after a car collided with the cab in BKC, Bandra on Saturday morning.

  • RBI proposes to reduce risk element for banks

    Mumbai :  With an aim to reduce risk in the banking sector, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has proposed to limit exposure of a bank to a business group to 25 per cent of its capital, down from the existing level of 55 per cent.

  • Supreme Court

    Supreme Court gives partial relief in matrimonial dispute

    NEW DELHI :  The Supreme Court on Friday gave a partial relief to a Mumbai family in a matrimonial dispute and clubbed case against the husband before a Mumbai court with another case filed by her wife in Delhi.

  • Indian cricket fans have shown lot of maturity

    All the talk of heart and mind on the eve of the India-Australia semifinal was nothing but an expression of the lurking fear that Mahendra Singh Dhoni will, after all, not be returning with the World Cup he had won four years ago.

  • Virat, Anushka hit bullies for a six

    Mumbai : Star Indian batsman Virat Kohli and his actress girlfriend Anushka Sharma showed they are still together despite being the target of a vicious social media attack after India’s World Cup ouster.

  • ‘Hillary wiped email server clean, deleted all emails’

    Washington : Hillary Rodham Clinton wiped her email server “clean,” permanently deleting all emails from it, the Republican chairman of a House of Representatives committee investigating the deadly 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya has said.

  • Harika in semifinals

    Russia: Indian Grandmaster Dronavalli Harika scored a hard-fought victory over Meri Arabidze of Georgia to advance to the semifinals of the World Women Chess Championship on Saturday.