Free Press Journal
  • Ajinkya Rahane

    I could not sleep after my shot against Mumbai Indians : Ajinkya Rahane

    Mumbai: Left sleepless the last time he played a bad shot against Mumbai Indians, in-form Rajasthan Royals batsman Ajinkya Rahane he was desperate to set the record straight which helped him notch up the sublime 91-run knock in an IPL match here.

  • Shiv Sena warns of more unrest in police department

    Mumbai: In the wake of the homicide and suicide of two police personnel which has shocked Maharashtra, the Shiv Sena on Monday sounded a note of warning about more incidents of unrest in the state police department.

  • Jean Paul Duminy

    We let ourselves down, rues Jean Paul Duminy

    Mumbai: Delhi Daredevils skipper Jean-Paul Duminy blamed poor batting and fielding as well as lack of intensity for his team’s 14-run loss to Rajasthan Royals In an IPL cricket match at the Brabourne Stadium here.

  • Leakage in valve of Sabarigiri Hydel plant detected

    Pathnamthitta (Kerela): A leakage in the Butterfly valve of the Sabarigiri Hydro Electric project, the second biggest hydel plant in Kerala, has been detected late night. It will take at least five days to repair the No 2 Penstock valve installed last year, KSEB sources told PTI. Technicians from Chennai are expected to reach here by tonight, the sources said.  The total installed capacity of the Sabairigi plant is 335 mw. To rectify the leakage, the power house

  • Jail staffer injured in clash with inmates

    Ballia (UP): A jail staffer was seriously injured when a clash broke out between inmates and prison authorities at the district jail here, police said today. Alleging that one of the inmates was manhandled by jailstaff, a group of inmates clashed yesterday with the authorities here during which one Ravindra Rajbhar was seriously injured, jailor Deepankar Bharti said. While Rajbhar was undergoing treatment at the district hospital, the jail staff sat on dharna and stayed away from

  • West Indies

    Battling West Indies win third Test by five wickets

    Bridgetown (Barbados): West Indies defied the odds and a wearing pitch to complete a series-levelling five-wicket victory over England on the third day of the third and final Test. Set a daunting target of 192 after the tourists were dismissed for 123 in their second innings, a 108-run fifth-wicket partnership between Darren Bravo and Jermaine Blackwood tilted the match decisively the Caribbean side’s way yesterday.

  • Jean-Yves Le Drian, Manohar Parrikar, Rafale

    Rafale negotiations to start this month

    Panaji: Ahead of French defence minister Jean-Yves Le Drian’s visit, India today said that negotiations for procurement of Rafale fighter jets for IAF will begin this month and the multi-billion dollar deal will be finalised “as early as possible”. “The government to government committee will be set up which will begin negotiations on the deal. The negotiations will start anytime in May and we have to conclude them as early as possible,” Defence Minister

  • Boko Haram

    Boko Haram captives say hostages stoned to death by militants

    London : Former captives held by Boko Haram militants in Nigeria have said describing the horror hostages faced in captivity that some of them were stoned to death as the army came nearer to rescue them.

  • Barkha Shukla Singh

    AAP Government functions according to its will: DCW

    New Delhi : Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) chairperson Barkha Shukla Singh on Monday alleged that the Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Government functions according to its will and does not trust anybody.

  • Parkash Singh Badal

    Khanna incident: DCW demands Punjab CM’s resignation

    New Delhi : Expressing grave concern over the second molestation case in Punjab within a week, Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) chairperson Barkha Shukla Singh on Monday said Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal should resign if his government is not able to protect women in the state.

  • molestation

    Punjab bus passenger molested; driver, conductor held

    Chandigarh: The driver and conductor of a private bus were arrested after a woman alleged that she had been molested by a passenger near Punjab’s Khanna town, police said on Monday.

  • It is a huge jump for India, therefore it is a very ambitious target

    Nothing doing, polluting factories will be shut: Prakash Javadekar, Union Environment Minister

    In a job that has been always seen as anti-industry and sluggish while clearing projects, union environment minister Prakash Javadekar has a tough balancing act to perform. He has to ensure the protection of environment without slowing down the pace of growth. Moreover with the date set for the United Nations Conference on Climate Change to create a legally binding universal agreement in Paris from November 30th to December 11th,

  • Petrol bomb hurled at restaurant, 2 hurt

    Indore : At least two persons sustained minor injuries when two youths threw crude petrol bomb at a restaurant in Press Complex area here on Friday.

  • Leave politics to politicians: Minister to dist collector

    Indore : State UAD Minister Kailash Vijayvargiya and IAS officer P Narahari were never in good terms. The bitterness between them had grown when the latter was the commissioner of Indore Municipal Corporation.