Free Press Journal
  • Delhi cricket has hit its nadir, says Rajat Bhatia

    New Delhi : After being dumped unceremoniously by the selectors, veteran all-rounder Rajat Bhatia said that one “can’t expect anything from an association like DDCA”, which he feels has taken Delhi cricket to its nadir amid “perennial infighting”.

  • Bayern to make Pep ‘great’ offer

    Munich: Bayern Munich chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge on Thursday said they have made coach Pep Guardiola a “great” offer which will be difficult for him to refuse. Guardiola’s present contract will expire at the end of the season and he has not shown much signs of putting his pen on a new deal, sparking speculation about him quitting Bayern. But Rummenigge does not believe it will happen.

  • Siyaram forms JV with Italian brand Cadini

    Mumbai:  Domestic textile player Siyaram Silk Mills announced joint venture with leading Italian lifestyle brand Cadini.  “We have  bought ownership rights to manufacture and market Cadini brand for its fabric segment in India, Sri Lanka and few other countries in Middle East. “We want to give Indian consumer the Italian feel at a reasonable price by customizing it to our market. Some products will be imported from Italy, but a major portion

  • Indian Oil tame AI to retain Super League title

    Mumbai : Indian Oil extended their reign as the champions of Mumbai hockey. In a repeat of last year’s final, the oilmen dished out a slick, pleasing performance to smoothly cruise to an emphatic 6-0 win against an uncharacteristic Air India in the Super League 2015 final, which was organised by the MHAL (Mumbai Hockey Association Limited) and played at the MHAL-Mahindra Stadium, Churchgate on Thursday evening.

  • FC Goa will strive hard to win ISL:Salgaocar

    Margao: FC Goa co-owner Dattaraj Salgaocar said that the team is looking forward to win the upcoming season of the ISL. FC Goa officially unveiled the team for the ISL season 2 at the Tilak Madian ground, Vasco to cheer from fans and supporters of the team.

  • E-filing: CBDT to issue pre-filled ITR forms

    New Delhi:  As part of efforts to popularise the electronic mode of filing Income Tax Returns (ITRs), the CBDT is planning to provide “pre-filled” return forms to filers which will have an automatic upload of data on income and other vitals of a taxpayer.  The apex policy-making body of the I-T department is actively working to ensure that this customer-friendly measure can be launched for taxpayers from the next financial year.

  • ICL ‘A’ romp to fluent victory

    Mumbai : Faheem Munshi’s double strikes helped ICL (Indian Cultural League) ‘A’ storm to a fluent 3-0 win against Bombay YMCA in a First Division match of the MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) League – 2014-15, played at the St. Xavier’s ground, Parel on Thursday evening. Sunit Koli netted the third goal for the winners.

  • Top management buys out RBS India private banking biz

    Mumbai:  Royal Bank of Scotland is exiting India private banking business in a management buyout, wherein the current head of the unit would take over the operations. “The Royal Bank of Scotland NV signed an agreement to transfer the India private banking business to Sanctum Wealth Management,” RBS India said. Sanctum is a city-based company that will be led by Shiv Gupta, who heads the private banking business, and the existing management