Free Press Journal
  • HC upholds life sentence to man for killing friend

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court has upheld the life sentence awarded to a man for murdering his friend in 2004 at Nashik after a quarrel over watching movies.

  • Cricket simplified!

    Cricket authorities including the BCCI are delighted at having discovered the ideal solution to deal with the ‘Chucking’ controversy. While covering the IPL, known for its mini-chuckers and chuckers, V GANGADHAR discovers how it was done.  (more…)

  • RCB face tricky outing against Delhi Daredevils

    Bengaluru: After a gap of four seasons, Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) are poised to make the playoffs in the Indian Premier League (IPL) but they first have to clear a tricky hurdle in no-hopers Delhi Daredevils whom they host here on Sunday in the concluding league game.

  • Hindi as strong as any other language: Sushma Swaraj

    New Delhi :  Emphasising that the Hindi language was as capable as any other in the world, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Saturday said it could be used to do anything.

  • Eat to beat the heat

    If summer is spoiling your appetite, SAPNA SARFARE asks three prominent chefs to share recipes which are light, taste great and perfect for the scorching heat. (more…)

  • Indian TV shows ‘leap’ ahead for

    Often shows go in the fast forward mode due to plummeting viewership, but some shows take a leap to bring freshness to the show. SANDEEP SHARMA explores this trend. (more…)

  • Najeeb Jung, Arvind Kejriwal

    Arvind Kejriwal- Najeeb Jung row wrecks governance in Delhi

    New Delhi: The unseemly battle between Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Lt Governor Najeeb Jung on the choice of a new incumbent for the Chief Secretary’s post has further soured the tense relations between them, demoralized the Delhi bureaucracy and dealt a body blow to administration in the State.

  • Customs to meet Union Bank in final

    Mumbai : Mumbai Customs held their nerves to eke out a 13-12 win over Central Railway via the sudden death tie-breaker in a well-contested men’s semi-final match of the Bandra Gymkhana Open Rink Hockey Tournament, played on the gymkhana’s flood-lit tennis courts.

  • Dunhuang in China to be Aurangabad’s sister city

    Aurangabad : Presenting a gift to Maharashtra a fortnight after its 75th foundation day was celebrated, the chief minister, Devendra Fadnavis, witnessed the signing ceremony of an agreement between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Chinese counterpart for developing China’s Dunhuang as the sister city of Aurangabad, the tourism capital of Maharashtra, in China on Friday.

  • CSA, CA chiefs invited to discuss CLT20

    New Delhi : The BCCI will discuss the fate of Champions League T20 with the Presidents of Cricket South Africa and Cricket Australia, who have been extended special invitations to watch the May 24 IPL final at the Eden Gardens.