Free Press Journal
  • Salman Khan case

    Why Salman’s blood test was done when he wasn’t drunk? Lawyer in HC

    Mumbai: Pointing to “discrepancies” in the 2002 hit-and-run case involving Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, his lawyer today raised a question in the Bombay High Court as to why police had gone for a blood test when no witness or FIR had ever suggested that the actor was drunk or was smelling of liquor.

  • Devendra Fadnavis

    Additional taxes levied to ‘celebrate anniversary’: Congress

    Mumbai: Congress party today slammed the BJP-led Maharashtra government’s decision to levy temporary additional taxes to generate a revenue of Rs 1,600 crore, saying the money would be spent to celebrate its first anniversary of coming to power.

  • hizbul Mujahideen

    1995 Jammu blasts: SC awards life term to Hizbul terrorist

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today awarded rigorous life imprisonment to Pakistan national and Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Ghulam Nabi in a case relating to the 1995 serial blasts at a Republic Day function in Jammu that had claimed eight lives. A bench of Justices A K Sikri and U U Lalit awarded the punishment to 76-year-old Nabi, a resident of Sialkot district in Pakistan.

  • ISL 2015: Team Mumbai City FC

    With their hopes and aspirations dashed in the inaugural season, Mumbai City FC are approaching the second edition of the Indian Super League (ISL) with a rejuvenated side powered by several star players.

  • Commerce and cow in the lane- Varanasi

    Security beefed up after man lynched over cow slaughter rumour

    Greater Noida: Massive security has been deployed in a village in Dadri town after a 50-year-old man was allegedly beaten to death and his son injured by a mob following rumours that their family was involved in the slaughter of a cow. Tension prevailed in the area after around 200 persons attacked the residence of one Iqlakh after rumours spread in the village that a cow has been slaughtered on Monday night, police

  • Pune City FC

    ISL 2015: Team Pune City

    After a disappointing performance in the inaugural season of the Indian Super League 2015 (ISL), a new-look FC Pune City is all geared up to prove a point when the second edition starts on October 3.

  • Athletico De Kolkata

    ISL 2015 team Atletico de Kolkata

    The biggest challenge for a king is to defend his crown and as Atletico de Kolkata get battle-ready with a new look army for the upcoming season of the Indian Super League 2015 (ISL), they need to cope with the additional pressure of heightened expectations from their legions of fans.

  • kerala food

    Relish the diverse flavors of Kerala in Mumbai

    Kerala is known as the ‘Land of Spices’ which is quite a visibility when it comes to the authentic food. The cuisine is a varied spread of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes with a sharp pungency and a little tang to balance the flavors. Coconut also is a key element in most of their dishes. The food is traditionally served on a banana leaf. The servings range from simple Kanji (rice porridge) to

  • BJP Logo

    Will not campaign for tainted candidates in Bihar: BJP MP

    Patna: After embarrassing his party by accusing it of giving tickets to criminals and tainted persons for the Bihar assembly polls in return for money, BJP parliamentarian R.K. Singh said he would not campaign for such candidates. “I will not campaign for any such party candidate in the Bihar assembly polls,” said Singh, a former union home secretary and a Bharatiya Janata Party MP from Ara.

  • Sarita Devi - Indian Boxer

    I have become a thinking boxer now, says Sarita as ban ends

    New Delhi: The one-year ban imposed on her for a tearful outburst at the Asian Games ending tomorrow, former world champion L Sarita Devi says the forced sabbatical proved to be a blessing in disguise as it helped her become a thinking boxer and a calmer person.

  • JK minister showers abuses at NC leaders over beef ban issue

    Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Health Minister Chaudhary Lal Singh has landed himself in another controversy allegedly by abusing opposition National Conference (NC) leaders for submitting a Bill in the legislature seeking revocation of beef ban.

  • Louis Van Gaal

    Man U will be European champions by 2017: Louis van Gaal

    Manchester: Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal is confident that he will win the Champions League with the English Premier League (EPL) giants before his contract runs out in 2017.

  • Arsene Wenger

    Arsene Wenger backs Ospina after CL loss against Olympiacos

    London : Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has backed his goalkeeper David Ospina, who mistakenly dropped a corner into his own net during their Champions League clash with Olympiacos, saying that no goalkeeper is `mistake free. Earlier, Ospina’s calamity led Arsenal to their second consecutive defeat as the Greek champions clinched a 3-2 triumph over the former at the Emirates Stadium on Tuesday. Meanwhile, Wenger also brushed aside criticism of choosing Ospina over Petr

  • ISL Manager Watch: Roberto Carlos (Delhi Dynamos)

    Indian soccer fans went into frenzy when the Indian Super League (ISL) football franchise Delhi Dynamos announced the signing of Brazil legend Roberto Carlos as the marquee player-manager for the tournament’s second edition scheduled from October 3rd.

  • Ronaldinho

    Ronaldinho linked to Chinese club

    Rio de Janeiro: Two-time FIFA World Player of the Year title winner Ronaldinho could continue his career in China after parting ways with Fluminense, according to media reports in Brazil.

  • ‘Decision to join BJP influenced by its development progs’

    Rameswaram (TN): Former President late A P J Abdul Kalam’s grand nephew A P J Sheik Saleem, who joined the BJP recently, today said his decision to join the party was influenced by its development programmes like ‘Make in India’. Saleem said he had stayed with Kalam in Delhi for years and attended his meetings. During interactions with students the former President always made it a point to mention that those who wished

  • Cloudbuy

    CloudBuy offers e-commerce platform for Indian enterprises

    New Delhi: cloudBuy, an e-procurement firm specialising in spend analysis and company formation, on Wednesday launched its global e-commerce solutions for Indian businesses to help them in their growth.

  • Congress workers stage protest against electricity tariff hike

    Kolkata: Congress workers today staged a protest-rally here in Kolkata over unprecendented electricity tariff hike in the city. “We are here to protest against the unprecendented electricity tariff hike by CESC and the state electricity board. We feel that the increase in rates should be immediately called back,” state Congress councillor Prakash Upadhaya said.