Free Press Journal
  • PM to host Netaji kin today, sees it as honour

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will host the family members of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose at his residence here tomorrow, an event he described today as an”honour” for him.

  • 3 colleges to adopt Matunga stn to make it ‘world class’

    Mumbai : As part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ campaign, three city-based educational institutions have decided to adopt suburban Matunga railway station here in a bid to covert it into a ‘world class station with the most modern facilities’.

  • We’ve a plan to stop Sharma – Charl Langeveldt

    Indore :  Unbeaten in the tour they might be, but Indian batsman Rohit Sharma’s form is giving South Africa sleepless nights and the Proteas are planning to get the marauding right-hander out of their way in the first 10 balls itself.

  • Nitish Kumar

    Once shy, Nitish takes to social media with zeal

    New Delhi : For too long, he was shy, unlike most other politicians. But ever since the battle for Bihar began, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has embraced social media like never before, answering, to the delight of his fans, tens of thousands of questions.

  • Atletico de Kolkata beat Kerala to go top of ISL table

    Kolkata :  Inspired by the presence of Brazilian great Pele, defending champions Atletico de Kolkata climbed to the top of the table with a 2-1 win over last year’s runners-up Kerala Blasters in their first home match of the ISL on Tuesday.

  • Security beefed up for 2nd ODI

    Indore: Tight security arrangements have been made for second ODI between India and South Africa to be played at Holkar Stadium. A security blanket

  • FTII row: Gajendra Chauhan urges students to strike chord with Govt.

    New Delhi: Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) chairman Gajendra Chauhan on Tuesday appealed to the protesting students to arrive at an agreement in the upcoming meeting with the Information and Broadcasting Ministry so that the situation can return to normal at the institute.

  • Meeting Pele dream come true: Neeta Ambani

    Kolkata: Nita Ambani, chairperson of the Football Sports Development Ltd. that operates the Indian Super League, on Tuesday described as a dream come true that she got to sit beside soccer legend Pele and watch a match between Atletico de Kolkata and Kerala Blasters.

  • DCW issues notice to NDMC officials over night shelters

    New Delhi : The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) has issued notices to the Director (Night Shelter) and Additional Commissioner of North Delhi Municipal Corporation over “irregularities” in the functioning of night shelters, reports PTI.

  • Mumbai Metro to launch its mobile app tomorrow

    Mumbai : In a city like Mumbai that’s always on the move, intermodal transport planner apps on the smartphones have mostly been a success. Now, operators of the Mumbai Metro are launching ‘Mumbai Metro App’ on Thursday to ease intra-city travel with the Metro at the core.

  • BCCI letter to DDCA for entertaining Mohammed Azharuddin

    New Delhi: The BCCI has shot off a letter to the Delhi & Districts Cricket Association (DDCA) for allowing some of the Vidarbha cricketers to flout the Anti Corruption norms by speaking to former India captain Mohammed Azharuddin during a Ranji Trophy match against Delhi at Feroz Shah Kotla.

  • Ganesh Kadam, Nilesh Pal to clash in final of JVPG-ISP Squash Championship

    Mumbai :  Second seed Ganesh Kadam beat back a solid challenge from third seed Anshul Goyal to record a hard-fought 4-11, 11-9, 5-11, 11-7, 11-7 win in the semi-final round of the Men’s Open event of the Rs 75,000 prize money JVPG-ISP Squash Championship, the 116th tournament.

  • Farmers’ stir ends, leaves Rlys with loss of Rs 150 cr

    Chandigarh : Farmers in Punjab today ended their week-long rail blockade that crippled train services and caused a loss of about Rs 150 crore to railways besides a huge loss to the state but decided to continue their protest in a different format. The farmers, seeking higher compensation for the losses caused to the farm produce, decided to prevent ministers from entering villages and ‘gherao’ (picket) the residences of ministers, MLAs and other

  • Lankan navy arrests 24 TN fishermen

    In another instance on October 2, seven fishermen from Rameswaram had been arrested by Sri Lankan naval personnel off Katchatheevu islet for allegedly crossing the IMBL and fishing in their waters

  • No inquiry yet into MU’s BCom hall ticket muddle

    Mumbai : A week after several hundred BCom students were forced to run from one examination centre to another just an hour before their semester examination, no official inquiry has been ordered to find those responsible for the hall ticket confusion.

  • Kill Russians, urges Syria’s Al-Nusra as Putin slams US

    Beirut : The head of Al-Qaeda’s Syrian affiliate has called on jihadists in the Caucasus to attack Russian civilians and soldiers in retaliation for Moscow’s air strikes in Syria.

  • Shahan, Akash crowned karting champions

    Bangalore :  Nikhil Bohra from Bangalore (Team Meco Racing), Mohhamed Nallwalla from Mumbai (Team Rayo Racing) and Bangalore boy Ricky Donison (Team BPC Racing) emerged champions in the Junior Max & Senior Max categories in Round 5 of the 12th JK Tyre-FMSCI National Karting Championship.