Free Press Journal
  • ICC rankings: Indian eves stand fourth

    Dubai : The Indian women’s cricket team stands fourth in the latest ICC team rankings with the new innovative multi-format system brought into place. The new rankings system will incorporate the results of T20, ODI and Test matches and then come out with a single rating.

  • Sheena Bora murder case: CBI expands probe across 4 states

    Mumbai : Forty-eight hours since the CBI registered a case against Indrani Mukerjea, her driver Shyamvar Rai and former husband Sanjeev Khanna in the sensational Sheena Bora murder case, at least four teams of the elite agency under leadership of its Joint Director, Special Task Force (STF), Nina Singh have initiated investigations in four states including Maharashtra.

  • KU VC quits

    Kolkata : Kalyani University Vice Chancellor Rattan Lal Hangloo on Thursday tendered his resignation after agitating students confined him overnight at the campus demanding his  ouster.

  • Two Rajasthan women in race against time

    Mumbai : With just 50-odd days in their hands to complete a complex probe involving a media tycoon, a lobbyist businessman and a driver, Joint Director of the elite CBI’s Special Task Force Nina Singh, has been on the move all across Mumbai.

  • Sushma to Pak: Give up terror, and sit for talks

    United Nations: India retorted to Pakistan’s four peace initiatives on Kashmir, saying “there is no need for four, one is enough – give up terror and sit for talks”.  External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj in her statement said if Pakistan gives up terror, then that will be enough for both sides to sit down and talk.

  • Shubham Ambre is top seed in three events

    Mumbai : Shubham Ambre will be the star attraction in the 5-Star Mumbai City District Table Tennis Tournament, to be conducted and hosted by the Matunga Gymkhana from October 2 to 4, 2015.

  • MDFA: Nitesh scores brace as ONGC derail WR

    Mumbai : ONGC (Oil & Natural Gas Corporation) were well served by striker Nitesh Monde who hit the target twice in the team’s 3-1 win over Western Railway in an Elite Division match of the MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) League 2015-2016, and played at the Cooperage football ground, on Wednesday evening.

  • Oz scrap B’desh tour on terror scare

    Sydney: Australia called off a two-Test tour of Bangladesh on Thursday, citing terrorism fears after official warnings militants may attack Western interests.

  • Bhui, Kaif hit half-centuries against Mumbai in Ranji tie

    Vizianagaram : Ricky Bhui and skipper Mohammad Kaif scored a half-century each to take Andhra to 170 for two against Mumbai on the first day of their opening Ranji Trophy Group B cricket match here on Thursday.