Free Press Journal
  • Missing UK hotelier murdered in Punjab, body not found

    Chandigarh : Punjab Police on Saturday clarified that British hotelier of Indian origin Ranjit Singh Power has been murdered, but his body was yet to be recovered, rejecting initial reports that a body found in a Punjab forest was of the NRI, reports IANS.

  • Eighth seed Nadar stretched

    Mumbai : Eighth seed Joywin Nadar of Vashi staged a late recovery before advancing to the third round, in the Matunga Gymkhana Under-12 State Level Talent Series Tennis Tournament, organized by Grand Slam Tennis Academy, on Saturday.

  • Left unity first priority: Karat

    Patna : With both Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad rooting for broad secular unity to defeat BJP in Bihar Assembly polls, senior CPI(M) leader Prakash Karat on Saturday said his party’s immediate priority was to work for “unity” of Left parties.

  • Minor raped and murdered along with mom in Beed

    Aurangabad : Tension prevailed in a village and its vicinity after the incident of a 14-year-old minority community girl being raped and murdered along with her mother came to light in Dharur tehsil of Beed district on Friday.

  • Former champs Navratilova, Kuerten to give winners trophies

    Paris : Two tennis greats – Gustavo Kuerten and Martina Navratilova – will present the trophies to the winners of the men’s and women’s singles finals of the French Open next weekend.

  • State govt gives revised administrative approval to 32 irrigation projects

    Mumbai : Thirty-two pending irrigation projects have got revised administrative approval, paving the way for a faster completion of these projects. Twelve of these projects are from Vidarbha while seven are from Marathwada, irrigation minister Girish Mahajn said.

  • Federer recalls his first match against Sampras

    It was the most exciting time in my playing career, rubbing shoulders with those guys, and all of a sudden, you  become friends with them.  I think it’s very cool Roger Federer (more…)

  • Foundation stone laid for MU’s sub-campus

    Mumbai : The foundation stone of Sindhu Swadhyay Sanstha, a Ratnagiri-based sub-centre of the University of Mumbai, was laid by MP Vinayak Raut on Saturday. Sindhu Swadhyay Sanstha was in the news after its authorities signed a memorandum of understating with Austrian University last month.