Free Press Journal
  • Amit Shah stranded in lift, BJP smells rat

    The foreign policy has always been marked by consistency, continuity and coherence irrespective of the party in power right since independence but it is for the first time that these virtues have been sacrificed .

  • Oops, big typos in Smriti’s own letters!

    New Delhi : In a major embarrassment for Union HRD Ministry, appreciation letters sent on behalf of Smriti Irani to teachers was flagged by one of them with glaring spelling mistakes, prompting the Minister to seek an explanation from CBSE, which tendered an apology.

  • UFA pact in tatters

    Talks not called off yet, but could be in jeopardy if Pak insists on going ahead with Aziz-Hurriyat meeting .

  • Now, pay and enjoy sunrise at Raj Bhavan

    Mumbai : Common citizens can now enjoy the sunrise from Raj Bhavan, the official residence of the governor. From September, 1 citizens can watch the sunrise and also visit the Devi Mandir at Raj Bhavan.

  • Yoga can even treat death anxiety: Study

    New Delhi : With yoga being widely recognised as an effective stress buster, new studies have found that it is useful in treating thanatophobia, an intense and irrational fear of death.

  • PM should clarify on this ‘mess’: Congress

    New Delhi : With several flip-flops and obvious transgressions of its own redlines, the ”mess” ahead of the NSA-level talks between India and Pakistan has come in for strong criticism from the opposition Congress.

  • Smith ton puts Aussies on top as England lose Cook

    London :  Steven Smith scored his second hundred of the series as Australia piled up an impressive 481 in the first innings of the fifth and final Ashes Test against England at The Oval on Friday. Australia may have lost the Ashes, at 3-1 down in a five-match series, but captain-elect Smith’s 143 was the cornerstone of a much-improved batting display.

  • Sangakara grabs attention despite dismal show

    Colombo :  Retiring legend Kumar Sangakkara failed to get a big knock in his swansong Test appearance but Sri Lanka overcame an early jolt to reach 140/3 after dismissing India for 393 in the first innings of the second cricket Test here on Friday.

  • We are looking for a 100-run 1st innings lead: Bharat Arun

    Colombo :  Indian bowling coach Bharat Arun has said that his side is looking at a 100-run first innings lead against Sri Lanka in the second cricket Test. In reply to India’s first innings score of 393, Sri Lanka ended second day’s play at 140 for three.

  • England Cricket Board open to Olympic cricket: Tom Harrison

    London :  English cricket chiefs are no longer implacably hostile to the idea of Twenty20 featuring in a future Olympic Games, one of the country’s top administrators said. England and Wales Cricket Board chief executive Tom Harrison’s comments came on the same day as a protest outside

  • Sachin lauds MRF Pace Academy

    Chennai :  Batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar joined legendary Australian pace bowler Glenn McGrath at the MRF Pace Foundation Academy here on Friday giving insights into the game while spending time with the current batch of pace bowling trainees.

  • First session crucial for us, says Kaushal

    Colombo: Sri Lankan opener Kaushal Silva has asserted the need for his team to bat well in the morning session of day three of the second cricket Test against India at the P Sara Oval. Thanks to his 51 runs, the hosts finished day two at 140/3, adrift of the Indian total of 393 by 253 runs.

  • 52 inch rainfall this monsoon, yet people get water on alternate day

    Ujjain :  Rs 16 crore have been spent by the Public Health Engineering Department (PHED) to revive and strengthen the piped water supply around the city in this fiscal year and yet the denizens are getting water supply every alternate day. Now, question arises why the condition is not improving.

  • Monkey enjoys tea at tea-vendor’s shop

    Sendhwa : In an unusual incident, one of the stray monkeys reached at the teashop of Bapu Bhai near press club Sendhwa in Shastri colony of the town on Friday morning and sit on the counter of the shop.

  • Bengaluru Bulls edge out Titans in thriller to reach the final

    Mumbai :  Bengaluru Bulls staved off a late fight back from their southern rivals Telugu Titans from Hyderabad to chalk out an exciting 39-38 victory and enter the final of the Pro Kabaddi League at the NSCI Stadium on Friday.

  • Karun Nair’s ton helps India A pocket a draw

    Wayanad (Kerala) :  Talented Karnataka batsman Karun Nair’s patient hundred ensured a hard-earned draw for India A against South Africa A in the first unofficial cricket ‘Test’ here on Friday.