Free Press Journal
  • Dekh Bhai…Meme Aya

    If you find contents with statements like Dekh Bhai, Jo baka, Abe yaar and are clueless about them then you seriously need a heavy dosage of internet injections to enliven your brains. Meme is a ball of wax for free flowing tidbits of amusing online content altered into animations and comic strips and captions to sprouting videos that have inspired the flux of lampoon says DISHA PRASHANT.

  • Motive still shrouded in mystery

    Mumbai : With claims and counter-claims and new leads emerging in the investigation, the exact motive behind the Sheena Bora murder case remains shrouded in confusion, as investigators continued to probe different angles here on Saturday.

  • Cheteshwar thanks Dravid

    Dravid said that there is nothing wrong with my technique. So, he told me to keep calm. He watched me bat in the nets and told me that there is a big one coming very soon Cheteshwar Pujara.

  • Khel Ratna a big honour: Sania

    New Delhi : India’s tennis ace Sania Mirza on Saturday said it was a ‘huge honour’ to be conferred with the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna and the recognition will push her further to do well on the professional tour and next year’s Rio Olympics.

  • SMS that stopped Rahul in his tracks

    Rahul Mukerjea allegedly stopped looking for Sheena after he received a text message, that said “I am happy with someone else in my life and settling down with him in the US.”

  • Who Ordered The Cover-Up?

    Inquiry ordered against the then Raigad SP; shockingly no ADR or FIR was registered.

  • Serena, Nadal to open campaign on Monday

    London : World number ones Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic will launch their bids for the US Open title on Monday’s first day of competition, tournament organisers announced Friday.

  • Delhi sign striker Nabi on loan

    New Delhi : Delhi Dynamos signed English Premier League  (EPL) club West Bromwich Albion’s striker Adil Nabi on loan for the second edition of the Indian Super League (ISL) on Saturday.

  • Athletes shouldn’t approach court for awards: Sreejesh

    New Delhi : Indian hockey team’s goalkeeper P.R. Sreejesh feels that athletes taking the legal route to get sports awards is a disturbing trend and it devalues the honour and pride associated with the award.

  • Ton-up Cheteshwar Pujara rescues India

    Colombo :  Cheteshwar Pujara marked his comeback with a gritty unbeaten century as India recovered from an early slump to reach a decent 292/8 in their first innings of the third and final cricket Test against Sri Lanka on Saturday.

  • ‘Lanka can still claw back’

    Colombo : Notwithstanding India’s dogged fight back after losing a flurry of wickets, pacer Dhammika Prasad said Sri Lanka can claw back into the game as the nature of the wicket was changing and it was not as bowler friendly as at the start of the Test.

  • Gowda finishes ninth, Indians disappoint

    Beijing : Indian athletes continued their disappointing performance in the World Championships as country’s best hope Vikas Gowda finished a poor ninth in the final round of the men’s discus throw event on the penultimate day of competitions on Saturday.

  • Raghuram Rajan

    RBI Governor hints at interest rate cuts in India

    Washington : Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Raghuram  Rajan has not ruled out cutting interest rates in India for a fourth time, admitting that the world’s central problem is continued slowing economic growth.

  • Bolt claims treble with relay gold

    Beijing : Usain Bolt capped a memorable world championships by winning a third gold on Saturday as anchor of Jamaica’s 4x100m relay team, while the United States were disqualified to hand China a shock silver.

  • Schippers rejects doping charges

    Beijing: Dutchwoman Dafne Schippers rejected any suggestion of doping after she smashed a 36-year-old European record to win the world 200m title with the fourth fastest run in history on Friday.

  • Mo Farah defends world double with 5000m gold

    Beijing : Mo Farah became the first man to win back-to-back world distance doubles when he stormed to 5,000 metres victory at Beijing’s Bird’s Nest stadium on Saturday.

  • Parrikar defends DRDO deal with Ramdev’s firm

    Panaji : Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Saturday defended the DRDO’s transfer of technology (ToT) deal with Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali Yogpeeth, slamming his critics.