Free Press Journal
  • Cristiano Ronaldo

    Ronaldo set to leave Real Madrid?

    Madrid :  Former Real Madrid captain Iker Casillas’s agent Santos Marquez believes superstar Cristiano Ronaldo’s decision to sell his image rights to a company owned by Valencia president Peter Lim suggests that the Portuguese striker is set to leave the Spanish football giants.

  • Ex-CBI officer agrees to probe Ranjit Sinha

    New Delhi : Former CBI Special Director M L Sharma has given his consent to assist the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) in its probe against Ranjit Sinha, who, during his tenure as the agency chief, was accused of scuttling the probe in the coal block allocation scam, the Supreme Court was informed today.

  • Now, LS to pay obituary to fallen soldiers

    New Delhi: From now on, the Lok Sabha will allocate one day during Parliament sessions to pay obituaries to personnel of the armed forces who die on the line of duty, Speaker Sumitra Mahajan said today.

  • Virat, Ravi bhai made me feel wanted: Harbhajan

    New Delhi :  Back into the national fold after a two-year hiatus, Harbhajan Singh immensely appreciates how Test captain Virat Kohli and Team Director Ravi Shastri made him feel ‘wanted’ in the team. Harbhajan was first recalled for the one off Test against Bangladesh last month before he made a limited overs return with the tour of Zimbabwe.

  • BEST to spend Rs 11 lakh to fix leaking substations

    Mumbai : If you face blackouts with monsoon hitting the city you can blame the old structures of distribution substations of the BEST which have water seeping in it. Nearly 800 structures of a total of 2,200 substations which used to supply power to various regions of the island city have deteriorated and are in need of immediate repairs.

  • ‘This is for North Korea ’26’

    Zurich :  Outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter on Monday had a bundle of fake banknotes thrown on him by a comedian who gatecrashed his press conference.

  • Kejriwal grills Bassi over crimes against women

    New Delhi : Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday asked Police Commissioner B S Bassi to provide details on crimes against women in the national capital.

  • Courts can’t be ‘silent spectator’ in criminal trials

    New Delhi : A court cannot be a “silent spectator” while presiding over a trial and should see that neither the prosecution nor the accused “corrode” the sanctity of judicial proceedings or hijack community interest, the Supreme Court today said.

  • FIFA prez poll on Feb 26

    Zurich :  FIFA will hold a special election on February 26 to replace president Sepp Blatter, football’s scandal-tainted world body said as French football great Michel Platini moved closer to launching a campaign.

  • President likely to visit Israel, Palestine in Oct

    New Delhi : President Pranab Mukherjee is likely to visit Israel as also Palestine in October this year, making it the maiden trip by an Indian Head of State to the West Asian countries.

  • JKCA chief Abdullah gets court stay over coup

    Srinagar/Jammu :  High drama ensued in the Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA) with a rebel group electing state Sports Minister Imran Ansari as the body’s President in an attempt to end Farooq Abdullah’s 35-year rein but the move was stayed by a Jammu court.

  • Job strain linked to mental health sick leave

    London : High job demands combined with low levels of social support at work put employees, especially women, at increased risk of sick leave due to mental disorders, new research has found, reports IANS.

  • Jaya sets rumours aside, holds first cabinet meeting

    Chennai : Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on Monday convened a meeting of her cabinet, the first after she returned to the top post following her acquittal in a wealth case in May this year.

  • Jet patcher in action to fix potholes in Mira Bhayandar

    Bhayandar : Motorists and pedestrians can now expect smooth potholes-free commuting on the roads of Mira Bhayandar. Fed up of re-emerging potholes and patches, the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) has introduced a quick-fix solution to get rid of the menace by using modern technology in the form of Jet Patchers.