Free Press Journal
  • Changes in overs, points proposed in Ranji

    Mumbai:  The technical committee of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has proposed changes in Ranji Trophy matches like increasing the number of overs per day from 90 to 95, without adding additional playing hours, and doing away with a point currently awarded to a side for drawing a match. The changes we suggested by the Anil Kumble-led committee to make Ranji Trophy matches more result-oriented. The preliminary suggestions

  • Power expo begins in Mumbai

    The 16th Power, Contrutech and 7th Renewtech triple expo got underway at The Lalit Hotel in Mumbai with the inauguration of the exhibition and the inaugural session attended by Industries Minister of Government of Maharashtra, Subhash R Desai, Former Secretary of Power, and chairman of India Tech Governing Council, P Umashankar, Major Singh, chairman and member planning of CEA and the India Tech Foundation, President Indra Mohan. The theme for the event

  • A gold sex toy that has your partner’s ashes

    Washington : A Dutch designer named Mark Sturkenboom has created a unique gold plated sex toy, where you can also store your partner’s ashes, reports ANI.

  • Be Affectionate Towards Mother Nature

     We all are very well aware about the fact that nature in her mother form has served man from the beginning of human life on this planet, hence one cannot imagine human existence without support of nature. Years of research made by environmental scientists have proven that human consciousness plays very vital role in shaping the environment. Hence, if the people in a particular place have peaceful thoughts, the atmosphere of that

  • Civic polls: Both BJP, Congress suffer

    The outcome of the recently held civil polls in Navi Mumbai, Ambarnath, Badlapur and the nerve center of Marathwada — Aurangabad — is not very encouraging for the Bharatiya Janata Party as well as the Congress, as both failed to improve their positions.

  • Sisi pledges polls in 2015

    Madrid:  Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi vowed that parliamentary polls, originally set for last month, will be held before the end of the year, in an interview published. “I give my word: they will be held before the end of the year,” he told El Mundo newspaper in an interview.

  • Railway Police score big win

    Mumbai : Mumbai Railway Police produced a brilliant combined performance to outplay Shree Mauli Mandal by a 6-0 margin in a one-sided Third Division match of the MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) League – 2014-15, played at the St. Xavier’s ground, Parel, on Wednesday evening.