Free Press Journal
  • Goyal to states: Govt is not a bailout bank

    New Delhi : Power Minister Piyush Goyal said the Centre cannot be considered as a bailout bank for helping debt-ridden power distribution companies and states will have to find a way out of the crisis. “I had said to the states very loud and clear that the government of India cannot be considered as a bailout bank. The states would have to find the solution,” Goyal said at a Fortune India event

  • MLWB clinch team title Aditi, Sanjana stretched

    Mumbai : MLWB KKB overcame PJ Hindu Gymkhana to clinch men’s team championship title, in the Li Ning 4 Star All Mumbai Table Tennis Tournament, at the NSCI, Worli, on Monday. Top seeds Maharashtra Labour Welfare Board KKB lived up to their reputation with a 3-0 victory with Paresh Murekar, Saurabh Mohite and Mustafa Manager snatching impressive wins.

  • Mumbai, Himachal win in Buchi Babu cricket

    Chennai :  Mumbai, Himachal Pradesh, Andhra and three TNCA teams won their respect league matches in the first round of the All India Buchi Babu Cricket invitational tournament here on Monday.

  • Ayesha Mohammad, Sneha More enter finals of 13th Late Muktar Ahmed Trophy Prize Money Carrom Tournament

    Mumbai :  Ayesha Mohd. of Mumbai upset top seeded Maitreyee Gogate of Ratnagiri in a straight games semi-final encounter 25-17, 25-11 and in another semi-final Sneha More of Mumbai overcame Radhika Joshi of Thane 15-25, 25-7, 25-10 to enter final of the women Singles event in the Bank Of Maharashtra & LIC Of India Sponsored 13th Late Muktar Ahmed Trophy Prize Money Carrom Tournament organised by Kshtriya Union Club, Dadar, Mumbai and

  • Gadge hat-trick powers Dahisar United to big win

    Mumbai :  Showing good finishing striker Siddesh Gadge notched up a fine hat-trick to power Dahisar United to a facile 4-0 win against Khalsa Gymkhana in a Second Division match of the MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) League 2015 and played at the St. Xavier’s ground, Parel on Monday.

  • Govt, telecom cos in blame game over call drops

    Demanding a national telecom tower policy, telcos squarely blame scarce spectrum for the menace of call drops and said the issue can only be addressed by increasing the number of towers (more…)

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Subjected to difficult planetary influences, you must adhere to a strict dietary discipline in order to preserve your health. Drink much plain water between the meals. Eat light foods and at regular hours.

  • Rahul Gandhi

    Gandhi scion: The ‘reluctant’ gladiator

    A behavioural change in someone who was shown catching forty winks in parliament and is nowadays aggressively leading the charge of his party against the government cannot be easily explained. Unlike Indira Gandhi, who gradually left her “gungi gudiya” (dumb doll) days behind as she climbed the ladder of success, her great grandson, Rahul, has made an abrupt transition from his earlier more sober and somnolent days when he was dubbed a

  • Relief to Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi

    No proof: ED likely to close Herald case!

    New Delhi : In a huge relief to Congress president Sonia Gandhi and her son Rahul Gandhi, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) is likely to close the National Herald case.

  • ‘Intelligent’ diaper can send SMS when soiled

    Singapore : For elderly and bedridden patients, diapers could soon come with a sensor that alerts caregivers by SMS when they are soiled, says IANS.

  • Now, Sachin to bat for state’s tigers

    Mumbai : Cricket icon and Bharat Ratna Sachin Tendulkar will now bat for Maharashtra’s endangered big striped cats by becoming a ‘Tiger Ambassador’, an official said here on Monday.

  • The authorities are testing a road surface that can charge low-emission electric and hybrid vehicles on the go. CIRCLE: The electric lane on test.

    UK tests electric highways that can charge cars

    London : In a first-of-its-kind trial, UK is testing a road surface that can charge low-emission electric and hybrid vehicles on the go. Off road trials of the technology needed to power electric cars on England’s major roads are due to take place later this year.