Free Press Journal
  • New algorithm can identify online trolls

    Washington : Researchers have developed a computer algorithm that is capable of identifying antisocial behaviour as demonstrated in website comment sections, reports PTI.

  • Striker Salin shines in Customs win

    Mumbai : Hard-working and energetic striker Francisco Salin showed his scoring prowess with two clinical goals to steer Mumbai Customs to a 3-1 victory against a spirited Indian Navy in an Elite Division matches of the MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) League – 2014-15, played at the Cooperage ground.

  • Wordy Solutions

    If blueprints were horses, Bombay would have been riding high. For quite some time it has been a hobby with Bombay’s civic authorities to talk of this grand highway scheme and that great bridge plan. Ropeways have been constructed, underground motorways built and tunnels dug—all on the shelf.

  • We will install Godse statues: Hindu outfit

    Mangaluru: Kicking up yet another storm, the Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha on Monday announced its plans to install the statue of Nathuram Godse, who killed Mahatma Gandhi, in Mangaluru and five other districts of Karnataka notwithstanding the country-wide protest against its move.

  • Britain’s new royal baby may not be a Londoner

    London : Prince William and Kate Middleton’s second baby is due any day now and contingency plans for the pregnancy mean the mother-to-be may not have enough time to be driven to London for the birth. If Kate remains in her London home at Kensington Palace, the already confirmed venue of Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s hospital in the UK capital will remain unchanged.

  • ‘Pollard antics not in bad taste’

    Bengaluru : Defending Kieron Pollard for plastering his mouth after being told to be quiet by the umpire, Mumbai Indians’ senior off-spinner Harbhajan Singh the bizarre gesture was unique but not in bad taste.