Free Press Journal
  • Must-win for Goan clubs

    Margao: Bottom-placed, Dempo FC and Salgaocar FC will face off in a must-win game today to keep themselves away from relegation in the Hero I-League match, played at Nehru Stadium in Fatorda.

  • Thai court grants parole to ex-PM

    Bangkok : Thailand’s Supreme Court granted parole on Tuesday to former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra, accused of negligence related to losses and cases of corruption in a rice subsidy scheme.

  • Jaitley to meet PSU bankers

    New Delhi : Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will meet PSU bankers to discuss stake sale plans and the problem of rising bad loans which have crossed a staggering Rs 2.5 lakh crore. “Banks are coming to meet me. Some of the banks are meeting me with regard to some immediate issues” this week, he told PTI.

  • Sunny Leone is in love with Goa

    Sunny Leone is back again to host MTV Splitsvilla Season 8 along with co-host Ranvijay Singha, who his back in the show after 7 long years. This season MTV gets bigger, bolder and better with the new concept of “The Way To a Women’s Heart”.

  • Kriti Sanon

    Kriti Sanon: A film buff

    Kriti Sanon who made her big Bollywood debut with ‘Heropanti’ opposite Tiger Shroff has been researching on good films that she has missed out on as she totally is a film buff. These are films that have received critical acclaim for phenomenal performances of the actors in it.

  • Babies born to obese mothers likely to have weaker immunity

    Washington : You may want to lose your extra weight before getting pregnant, as a new study suggests that babies born to obese mothers are likely to have weaker immunity than those born to lean mothers, reports ANI.

  • Make or break for Bagan

    Barasat : Having slipped to second place after back-to-back away losses, Mohun Bagan face a must-win situation to remain in the I-League football tournament title hunt as they take on Royal Wahingdoh FC here today. Mohun Bagan are winless from the last three matches and are three points behind reigning champions Begaluru FC (35).

  • Angry woman takes on Agra neta even as crowds cheer

    Agra: A young woman took on a Samajwadi Party leader here when his motorcade brushed past her two-wheeler and one of the guards, she claimed, winked at her.

  • Cong takes a convenient left turn

    With the Congress now positioning itself on the “left of Karl Marx”, as finance minister Arun Jaitley has said, and its adherence to “semi-socialist” policies being confirmed by the Congress M.P., Kamal Nath, the party can be said to have returned to its original path of Nehruvian socialism.

  • No going back on land bill, open to changes: Gadkari

    New Delhi : Union minister Nitin Gadkari on Tuesday ruled out going back on the land bill but said the government was open to incorporating more amendments which are in the interest of farmers.

  • New MI recruit Alex Hales IPL journey till now

    With whole Mumbai Indian campaign celebrating their win in a dressing room, in one silent corner, 26-year old England batsman and Mumbai Indians’ latest recruit Alex Hales is seated on a bean bag on his own and fiddling with his phone.

  • Parents fail to recognise kids’ tantrums as medical issues

    Washington : A new study has suggested that many parents don’t realize that their school-aged children’s beyond the norm temper tantrums, mood swings or homework trouble are medical issues, according to ANI.

  • Vicky Kaushal all set to make acting debut

    TV veteran action director Sham Kaushal’s son Vicky Kaushal will make his acting debut this year with ‘Zubaan’, directed by Mozez Singh.

  • Fans sue Pacquiao

    Las Vegas : Boxing fans across the country and their lawyers are calling the hyped-up fight between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. a fraud and want their money back, and then some.

  • Govt may do away with RBI approval for FDI

    New Delhi  : In a bid to attract more foreign investment, the government is looking at doing away with the mandatory approval of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) which currently is needed after an investment proposal has been approved by the FIPB.

  • Clarke wary of ‘revitalised’ Windies

    Sydney: Australia captain Michael Clarke urged his side to be cautious against a revitalised West Indies in the two-Test next month.

  • Top Maoist leader apprehended

    Acting on own intelligence,  a small team of 205  CoBRA apprehended Sanjeevan Baitha alias Shravanji, Secretary Magadh Zone & Member, Bihar Regional Committee, Gorelal Ramani (Treasurer, Magadh Zone, carrying an award of Rs 3 lakhs), Umesh Yadav (sub-zonal member), Basant Yadav (sub-zonal member), from the house of Ramashish Yadav alias Manoj Kumar, from village Punia Bigha, P.S.:- Koch, Gaya, Bihar.