Free Press Journal
  • vijay mallya

    CBI raids Vijay Mallya’s offices, residences

    New Delhi/Bengaluru: The CBI on Saturday raided houses and offices of business tycoon Vijay Mallya and his now-grounded Kingfisher Airlines in case of alleged fraud in Rs.900 crore loan by the IDBI bank which has been declared a non-performing asset, an official said.

  • Vijender Singh

    `Vijender will undoubtedly win pro debut bout`, says Raj Sangwan

    New Delhi : Former professional boxer Raj Kumar Sangwan has expressed confidence over Vijender Singh performing well in his first professional bout at the Manchester Arena today. The two-time gold medalist further said that Vijender has all the required skills and experience needed to claim victory over Sonny Whiting. Arjuna Awardee Sanghwan also revealed that everyone is fond of professional boxing, as it involves a lot of drama, and added that fans like to

  • Rajnath distances BJP from controversial comments of party leaders

    Patna: Home Minister Rajnath Singh today distanced the BJP from controversial statements made by some of its leaders in the wake of lynching of a Muslim man in Dadri saying such comments should not be considered as party’s views.

  • Sergio Aguero

    Argentine striker Sergio Aguero ruled out for a month with injury

    Buenos Aires: Argentine striker Sergio Aguero has been ruled out for a month with a hamstring injury suffered in their 0-2 home defeat against Ecuador. The 27-year-old was stretchered off after just 22 minutes on Thursday.  “I think I’ll be a month without playing,” Aguero was quoted as saying by on Saturday. Aguero, who plays his club football for Manchester City, may miss four English Premier League games as a result

  • Dine into the 10 best thematic restaurants of Mumbai

    We as humans, often tend to escape into our own customized world of fantasy. These include, fairylands, pirates, forests, space and many more. Our world of imagination is infinite. A food hub like Mumbai is no where behind with its creativity. This can be witnessed by going around restaurants who have flagged themselves in becoming some of the best thematic restaurants in Mumbai. From forest to jail, village to space, we bring

  • Delhi Dynamos FC

    Delhi Dynamos coach Carlos suffers finger fracture

    New Delhi: Delhi Dynamos coach Roberto Carlos did not play in his side’s 1-0 win over Chennaiyin FC on October 8 because of an injury, the Indian Super League football side said today.

  • England win 1-0 against Estonia

    London: England made it nine wins out of nine in Euro 2016 qualifying Group E with a 1-0 victory over Estonia at the Wembley stadium.

  • FC Goa look to keep unbeaten record intact

    Margao: FC Goa would look to maintain their unbeaten run when they take on Chennaiyin FC in a third round match of the second edition of the Indian Super League football here tomorrow.

  • Mahendra Singh Dhoni

    Tough to play Rahane in current scenario: Mahendra Singh Dhoni

    Kanpur: Notwithstanding criticism for making Ajinkya Rahane warm benches, Indian skipper MS Dhoni today hinted that the talented batsman may not feature in the playing eleven for the first ODI against South Africa as he fits into the setup only in the ‘top three’ batting slots.

  • CBI searches Bank of Baroda branches for Rs 6100 Cr suspected black money transfer

    New Delhi: CBI today carried out searches at Bank of Baroda branches here in connection with the alleged Rs 6100 crore black money which was transferred to Hong Kong, in collusion with bank officials. Sources said searches were carried out at the bank branches and private properties in connection with the shady remittances. The unusual remittances were spotted in the audit report of the bank, the CBI sources said. Accounts of about 60 companies opened at

  • Nitin Gadkari

    Approval for redrawing of HRA in Indian Ocean a significant triumph: Nitin Gadkari

    New Delhi : Union Shipping and Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari on Saturday welcomed the London-based Round Table’s approval for redrawing of High Risk Area (HRA) in Indian Ocean, saying that it is one of the most significant triumphs for India in the maritime sector on the global stage. “In view of India’s efforts, international bodies have agreed to push back High Risk Area from longitude East 78° to East 65°. This is

  • Amit Shah

    Nitish carrying jungle raj, corruption on shoulders: Amit Shah

    Patna: BJP President Amit Shah said on Saturday Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar cannot develop Bihar and govern it carrying Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad’s jungle raj on one shoulder and Congress’ corruption on the other.

  • Near complete bandh observed in Jammu over beef issue

    Jammu: A near complete bandh was today observed in Jammu district in protest against the ‘beef party’ hosted by the Independent MLA Engineer Rashid and killing of cows in Udhampur district.

  • Congress sprinkling salt on public’s wounds by attempting to visit Bishada: Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi

    New Delhi : Parliamentary Affairs and Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Saturday said that the congress Party is sprinkling the salt on the wounds of people by paying visit to the Bishada village. “A few days ago, people of Bishada village told me that they are living together peacefully, but this political tourism is creating problems among the people,” Naqvi told ANI. Earlier, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and some local Congress