Free Press Journal
  • State lass Sanya clinches national tennis title

    Mumbai :  Sanya Singh of Maharashtra registered a 6-3, 6-1 win over Salsa Aher to clinch the under-14 title in the Fenesta Open National Tennis Championship, in Delhi.

  • Kashmiris clash with policemen during a protest in Srinagar on Tuesday over the killings of two people suspected to be involved in the cattle trade.

    Truckers’ death: Protests, clashes leave six injured

    Srinagar : At least six people were hurt as clashes between protesters and law enforcing agencies rocked some parts of Kashmir for the second day today over the death of Udhampur petrol bomb attack victim Zahid Rasool Bhat.

  • Motor racing: Vishnu, Constantino win

    Greater Noida (New Delhi) :  Round three of the 18th JK Tyre Racing Championship came to a climatic finish infront of a packed house of fans, who had come from all corners of Delhi and National Capital Region, which was full of high speed action and entertainment.

  • Vikhroli blast: One succumbs, three victims in critical state

    Mumbai : Devgan Singh (40) who had sustained severe burns in the Vikhroli cylinder blast breathed his last at Sion Hospital on Monday night. The doctors stated that his condition deteriorated owing to serious head injury and burns. Singh had sustained head injuries while trying to save those trapped in the fire.

  • Why bring foreign firms to build AP capital: Congress

    Hyderabad: Congress today questioned the reported participation of foreign companies in the proposed building of the capital for Andhra Pradesh and alleged the lands are being given to them on a 99-year lease.

  • 7-year-old crushed to death by ST bus

    Mumbai : A seven-year-old boy died and his grandmother suffered injuries after a State Transport bus hit them in the busy Castle Mill area in Thane on Tuesday morning.

  • Japan agency in fray to fund Mumbai-Nagpur Expressway

    Mumbai : The state government’s ambitious plan to construct a “communications super expressway” between Mumbai and Nagpur could get financial assistance from Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), which has funded various infrastructure projects in Mumbai. The officials of Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) on Tuesday had a preliminary discussion with the officials of JICA in New Delhi in this regard.

  • HC extends order restraining action on sedition circular

    Mumbai : The Bombay High on Tuesday extended its interim order restraining Maharashtra government from acting on its controversial circular issued to prevent misuse of IPC section 124-A which deals with sedition.

  • New method to fix a broken heart

    Washington : Stanford scientists have found a type of cell in a growing heart that could repair damaged coronary arteries, a discovery that could lead to new heart disease treatments, reports PTI.

  • No clicking snaps of half-immersed Durga

    Mumbai : The Mumbai police have issued an order prohibiting people from clicking pictures of remains of the idols immersed at the end of Durga Puja celebrations. The order is part of the safety measures taken by the Mumbai Police for Durga puja immersions in the city.

  • RBI invites application for bill payment services

    Mumbai : The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Tuesday invited applications from entities engaged in bill payments and desirous to operate as Bharat Bill Payment System Operating Units.

  • We developed tactical nuke weapon to deter India: Pak

    It is the first concrete explanation from a senior Pakistani official on how Islamabad plans to deal with New Delhi’s so-called cold-start doctrine, now renamed the proactive strategy, reports The Dawn  (more…)

  • Finmin promises to resolve tax concerns of FPIs

    New Delhi :  The Union Government on Tuesday promised to address tax concerns of foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) even as it nudged them to set up permanent establishment in the country. Ahead of the Budget for 2016-17, the Finance Ministry in a bid to ease doing business in financial market met over two dozen FPIs including Citibank, Deutsche Bank, Fidelity, Goldman Sachs and BlackRock, and sought their views on various issues related to

  • Tata Steel announces job cuts in Europe

    London : Tata Steel on Tuesday announced that it will cut around 1,200 jobs in Europe, with the UK being the worst hit, under a planned restructuring to deal with “flood of cheap imports” from China and other places.