Free Press Journal
  • Could not sleep after my dismissal against MI: 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.

  • Young Boys tame BPCL

    Mumbai : Young Boys ‘B’ enjoyed a good outing as they thumped BPCL Refineries by a 5-0 margin in a Third Division match of the MDFA League – 2014-15, played at the St. Xavier’s ground, Parel, on Monday evening.

  • e-Commerce IPOs may build up, consolidation ahead

    When investors put in money, they also have a commitment that is generally around 7-8 years after which they have to return it to their LPs. Considering many funds invested around 2010, we will see either these e-Commerce firms going for IPOs or we will see consolidations to shore up value” Deepak Dhamija Aristotle Consultancy Director  (more…)

  • No primacy of CJI in higher judicial appointment, Centre to tell Supreme Court

    New Delhi : The Narendra Modi government is likely to tell Supreme Court on Tuesday that there was no primacy of chief justice of India or that of judiciary in appointments to higher judiciary – a stand diametrically opposite to the position argued before the court in a batch of petitions challenging validity of the National Judicial Appointment Commission (NJAC).

  • Opinion

    Pakistan needs to divorce economics from politics

    Pakistan’s refusal to sign the motor vehicle agreement and to open up the road link for India and Afghanistan is a major setback to the efforts of Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani to work for a trilateral arrangement through which all three countries may benefit in the economic arena.

  • Liberation

    YOGA is a path of liberation, and liberation has to begin in the here and now of our daily lives. We have to liberate ourselves from our own self-made prisons. These are prisons of attachments, concepts and habits, and the compelling forces of mechanical reactions and untested beliefs.

  • Margarita With A Straw Winning Hearts All Around

    Termed niche and offbeat, ‘Margarita With A Straw’ received a phenomenal response in the domestic release after achieving accolades in various international film festivals. Ringing in more than 5 cr and going strong at the Indian Box Office at the end of the second week, the film with its increasing word of mouth and positive reviews has witnessed a rise in demand among audiences.

  • Is internet on the brink of collapse?

    London : The internet is heading towards a ‘capacity crunch’ and could reach its limit in just eight years, say scientists, says IANS.