Free Press Journal
  • Arnav storms into semis

    Mumbai :  Third seed Arnav Karnavar fashioned exciting back-to-back wins to storm into the cadet boys semi-finals, in the 5 Star Mumbai Suburban District Table Tennis Championship, at the Goregaon Sports Club on Monday.

  • Bangladesh pledge top security for Aus team

    Dhaka :  Bangladesh promised to provide the Australian cricket team with the highest level of security, saying it was shocked they were considering cancelling a tour on fears militants could target Australians.

  • Fund the Unfunded: PNB MD & CEO

    Thane/Mumbai :  Punjab National Bank MD & CEO Usha Ananthasubramanian launched Pradhan Mantri Mega (PMM) credit campaign at Town Hall, Court Naka with an objective to fund the unfunded segments to create next generation entrepreneurship.

  • Apple iPhone 6S, 6S Plus India launch on Oct 16

    Cupertino (California) :  Technology major Apple on Monday said that it will start selling its new iPhones — iPhone 6S and 6S Plus — on October 16 in three countries including India. “iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus will be available in India, Malaysia and Turkey on Friday, October 16, and in over 130 countries by the end of the year,” the company said in a statement

  • Holders Maha hope to retain badminton title

    Navi Mumbai :  New-look Maharashtra spearheaded by Thomas Cupper doubles specialist Akshay Dewalkar from Thane and comprising Mumbai Suburb’s Harsheel Dani, Pune’s Nishad Dravid, Nashik’s Siddharth Thakur and Thane lad Akshay Raut, are oozing a lot of confidence and are hopeful to retain their hold on the trophy as the West Zone inter-state badminton championships, organized by BOR (Badminton Organisation of Raigadh) and hosted by   DY Patil Sports Academy at their Stadium’s