Free Press Journal
  • Video Game

    Excess video gaming could lead to Alzheimer`s disease

    Washington : While you may not want to give up that video game console, a new study has shown that excess playing of video games could lead to neurological problems, like Alzheimer’s.

  • Stephen Fleming

    Two balls from Harbhajan changed the game : Stephen Fleming

    Mumbai : Chennai Super Kings’ head coach Stephen Fleming says Harbhajan Singh’s two wickets off successive balls tilted the scales in favour of Mumbai Indians, who won by 25 runs in the first qualifier, to enter the final of IPL-8 here.

  • Kieron Pollard

    We played perfect cricket against CSK, says Kieron Pollard

    Mumbai : Kieron Pollard, who played a stellar role in Mumbai Indians’ comprehensive win over Chennai Super Kings that paved the way for their entry into the final of IPL-8, says his team played near-flawless cricket.

  • Mahendra Singh Dhoni

    CSK skipper Dhoni fined for inappropriate public comments

    Mumbai : Chennai Super Kings skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni was fined 10 per cent of his match fee for “inappropriate public comments” to an umpire’s decision during the first qualifier of the Indian Premier League cricket tournament against Mumbai Indians.

  • Manish Sisodia

    This is no Arvind Kejriwal- Najeeb Jung battle: Manish Sisodia

    New Delhi : The tussle between Delhi’s lt. governor and chief minister “is not a personal battle” between Najeeb Jung and Arvind Kejriwal, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said on Tuesday. “This is not a personal battle between the chief minister and the LG,” Sisodia told IANS. “It is a matter of governance. “The people of Delhi have given us the mandate, and we are here to serve them,” he said in

  • Narendra Modi

    Narendra Modi returns from three-nation tour

    New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived back here on Tuesday night after his six-day, three-nation tour that took him to China, Mongolia and South Korea. Modi, who left on May 14, spent three days in China. He visited Xi’an, Beijing and Shanghai, and held talks with the Chinese leadership. He went to Mongolia on May 17, becoming the first Indian prime minister ever to visit the northeast Asian country. He

  • India Sensex

    Sensex surges 241 points in early session

    Mumbai : A benchmark index of Indian equities markets, the 30-scrip Sensitive Index (Sensex), on Wednesday surged 240.98 points or 0.87 percent during the morning session. The wider 50-scrip Nifty of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) was also trading 66.95 points or 0.80 percent up at 8,432.60 points. The Sensex of the S&P Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), which opened at 27,749.30 points, was trading at 27,886.51 points (at 9.35 a.m.) in the

  • IIM Indore’s UAE campus was never a success

    Indore : Though Indian Institute of Management Indore claimed that it’s shutting down its Dubai campus due to regulatory issues, the fact remains that the facility was never a success and was bound to close down as it drew controversies also.

  • Kin block road with murder victim’s body

    Indore : Family members and relatives of a youth, who was stabbed to death by some persons on Monday night, kept his body on Ring Road and staged a chhakajam on Tuesday to push for their demand of immediate arrest of the accused.

  • Cops book unknown man for acid attack threats to lady

    Indore : Following intervention of senior police officials, the Palasia police registered a case against unidentified youth for issuing acid attack threat to a business woman. The police had earlier desisted from acting on her complaint.

  • Virat Kohli let off for ‘minor’ IPL breach

    New Delhi :  Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Virat Kohli has been found guilty of violating the BCCI’s anti-corruption code after he met his girlfriend Anushka Sharma at the stands during an IPL cricket match in Bangalore. However, he was let off as the breach was found to be a minor one, according to a report.