Free Press Journal
  • Lalitgate: No wrongdoing by Sushma, says Gowda

    Thiruvananthapuram : Union Law Minister D V Sadananda Gowda on Sunday said External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj’s helping Lalit Modi was purely on humanitarian grounds and there was no sort of “collusion with matters pertaining to corruption”.

  • Brazil to appeal Neymar’s suspension

    Santiago: Brazil said it will appeal Neymar’s four-game suspension that rules him out of the rest of the Copa America.

  • Manu Attri – B Sumeeth ReddyReddy in finals

    New York :  Indian men’s doubles pair of Manu Attri and B Sumeeth Reddy reached the finals but it was curtains for B Sai Praneeth and women’s doubles combo of Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa at the US Open Grand Prix Gold badminton tournament here.

  • Transaction between Modi and Dushyant commercial: Jaitley

    Washington : Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, on a nine-day visit to the US, chose to largely stay mum on the controversy surrounding Lalit Modi raging back home but said the tainted former IPL chief’s Rs 11 crore transaction with BJP leader Dushyant Singh was a “commercial” one. “I do not want to comment on him (Modi), but it’s a commercial transaction between two individuals,” Jaitley said at a press conference here on Saturday

  • High Tide, King Pong in final

    Mumbai : High Tide and King Pong fashioned thrilling wins to set up a title clash, in the iProspect Communicate2 Mumbai Super League Table Tennis, jointly organized by MCDTTA and MSDTTA, at the Khar Gymkhana on Sunday.

  • LJP set to oppose Manjhi candidates in Bihar election

    Patna : Cracks appeared in the NDA on Sunday after the LJP decided to oppose five present and ex-MLAs associated with the Hindustani Awam Morcha (Secular), floated by ex-chief minister Jitan Ram Manjhi, in the coming Assembly poll for deserting the party after the February, 2005 Bihar poll.

  • Yasir Shah writes Pakistan’s winning script

    Galle :  Leg-spinner Yasir Shah claimed a career-best seven for 76 as Pakistan stunned Sri Lanka by 10 wickets in the first Test today to take the lead in the three-match series.

  • Andy Murray crowned king of Queen’s

    London: Andy Murray swept to a record- equalling fourth Queen’s Club title with a majestic 6-3, 6-4 demolition of South Africa’s Kevin Anderson in Sunday’s final.

  • Rosberg wins again to cut Hamilton’s lead

    Austria :  Nico Rosberg celebrated his 30th birthday with a third win in four races on Sunday when he beat Mercedes team-mate and series leader Lewis Hamilton to triumph in an incident-filled Austrian Grand Prix.

  • Yoga may reverse ill-effects of chronic pain

    New York : Yoga can be instrumental in preventing and reversing the anatomical changes and impairments that chronic pain causes in the brain, new research says.  Many chronic pain patients show associated anxiety and depression as well as deficits in cognitive functions.

  • Armed forces, too, perform asanas

    Mumbai :  Sailors and naval officers who are trained for war and warlike scenarios were seen performing yoga on Sunday in their respective units, and on board ships and submarines as part of International Yoga day celebrations.

  • Pro-militant graffiti, gatherings return to Kashmir

    Srinagar : “We want ISIS,” proclaims a graffiti in downtown Srinagar. Pro-militant slogans have reappeared on walls in the Kashmir valley and small religious gatherings exhorting people to join militancy are taking place with greater frequency.

  • ‘Neymar’s ban unfortunate’

    Chile :  Argentine football superstar Lionel Messi has said the decision to ban his club mate Neymar for four international matches that ended his Copa America participation was unfortunate but refused to opine on the fairness of the ban on the Brazilian.

  • Choosing commerce – Career in Commerce

    It may seem tough to decide upon a career in this field, but the field of commerce offers many options to students

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