Free Press Journal
  • Hamilton aims to halt charging Rosberg

    United Kingdom :  World champion Lewis Hamilton is seeking a return to his most dominant form on home soil this weekend when he bids to beat Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in the British Grand Prix.

  • Fitch lowers India’s growth projections

    New Delhi : Global rating agency Fitch has lowered India’s economic growth projections to 7.8 per cent for the current fiscal from 8 per cent earlier. Fitch, however, said it expects that India’s GDP growth rate this year to surpass China’s for the first time since 1999, forecasting an acceleration to 8.1 per cent in 2016-17 before settling back to 8.0 per cent in 2017-18.

  • Swati Ghate, Swaminathan Soumya, Gomes shines

    Mumbai :  WGM Swati Ghate representing LIC made a bright start winning her first round match against Vaibhavi Jadhav of Mararashtra in the 42nd National Women’s Challenger Chess Championship, will is being conducted by the Maharashtra Chess Association (MCA) at Rambhau Mhalgi Probodhni, Keshav Shrusti, Uttan, Bhyander (West) on Thursday. The event is being organised under the auspices of the All India Chess Federation (AICF) and in association with the Thane District

  • D Srinivas showing his resignation letter to media.

    Ex-APCC chief Srinivas quits party; to join TRS

    Hyderabad : In a setback to Congress in Telangana, former state unit president D Srinivas on Thursday quit the party and announced his decision join ruling TRS holding it would suit him serve the state better. Srinivas said it was a ‘painful decision’ to leave the party he has served for long and will continue to have great respect for Congress chief Sonia Gandhi but took potshots at AICC general secretary Digivijay

  • Visa problems hit Pro-Kabaddi League

    Bengaluru: City franchise, Bengaluru Bulls owner Uday Sinh Wala today said that foreign players are facing problems in acquiring visa for their participation in the Pro-Kabaddi League (PKL).

  • Traffic snarls at Dahisar check naka

    Bhayandar : Severe traffic congestion owing to haphazard parking of trucks near the Dahisar toll plaza has left not only the motorists but also the cops red faced for the past two days.

  • Low testosterone ups depression risk in men

    Washington : Men with low levels of testosterone are at increased risk of suffering from depression than those of the general population, new research says, reports IANS.

  • Co- operation on Farms

    The National Co-operative Farming Advisory Board has recommended the constitution of co-operative farming societies on a voluntary basis. It would appear as though the Board’s recommendations were in line with the Planning Commission’s view that “the contribution of co-operative farming to rural progress will be significant only if it develops as a voluntary mass movement.” That this coincidence of views is more apparent than real, is clear from the manner in which

  • Campaign Bihar CM

    Now, a catchy song tailormade for Nitish campaign!

    Patna : Banking on catchy tunes and exuberant lyrics, JD(U) on Thursday released its campaign song ‘Bihar mein bahaar ho, Nitishe Kumar ho’ (Let there be prosperity in Bihar, let there be only Nitish Kumar) for the forthcoming Assembly elections in the state.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries: – There will be scope for the business people to explore new ideas in business and this will be welcomed by the prospective partners. You may also take part in some religious activities

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  • Van Gogh, Matisse paintings at risk of fading

    London : Paintings by Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh and French painter Henri Matisse are at risk of fading as the artworks are losing their bright yellow hues due to chemical reactions in the paint.

  • Economy to grow 7.4-7.6% in FY16; rate cut hopes high: ICRA

    New Delhi : A better-than-expected monsoon and sowing turnout in June have raised hopes of further rate cut by the Reserve Bank, which is likely to help economy grow at 7.4-7.6 % in FY16, ratings agency ICRA said.