Free Press Journal
  • Test to predict risk of breast cancer spreading to brain

    Washington : A new tumour marker test may help predict whether breast cancer will spread to the brain, a deadly complication with survival typically measured only in months after diagnosis, scientists say, reports PTI.

  • Niersbach says ‘no vote buying’ for 2006 WC

    Berlin : German football chief Wolfgang Niersbach said on Thursday that a controversial 6.7 million-euro payment was not a bribe to obtain the right to host the 2006 World Cup, rather, the sum was transferred in order to secure subsidies from FIFA. “There was no slush fund, there was no vote buying,” said Niersbach. Niersbach explained that the sum in question was paid to FIFA in 2002 in order to later receive from football’s governing

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Backing from your parents or loved ones will help you to grow your business. Investment for longs term will be beneficial. Romantic relationship will be fine.

  • Sehwag ton powers Haryana’s charge

    Viru celebrates his international retirement with a scintillating century against Karnataka on Day One of their Ranji encounter .

  • Yoga of Communication

    Yoga is the buzzword for a healthy body today and for healthy spirit in the past. Could it possibly be used as a mantra for healthy relationships as well?

  • Dalit burnt alive, Faridabad

    Costs of change that are totally avoidable

    India is a society in transition from feudalism to a free market economy. Almost everyone is a consumer of some kind of media. Additionally, the trickledown effect of growing economic prosperity has resulted in even the dirt-poor owning some basic gadgets. Cell phones, for instance. Indeed, the latest eruption of violence to hit national headlines now reportedly originated over a cell phone. In a village in Faridabad, an industrial district abutting the

  • BJP president Amit Shah with former Bihar CM Jitan Ram Manjhi during the launch of 160 Parivartan Raths as part of NDA's Bihar poll campaign,

    Head or tail: BJP image at stake in Bihar

    As Bihar gears up for the third phase of polling next week, speculation is mounting whether the NDA is going to taste defeat this time, the second electoral loss after the humiliation in Delhi in February. From May 2014 onwards, the NDA, led by the BJP, won every state election it contested either with a full majority or the highest number of seats, as in Maharashtra. This was attributed to the wave

  • Bihar Elections

    Bad seat adjustment in BJP favour

    After initial gains, the BJP appears to have squandered many of its positives in Bihar ahead of the remaining three phases of elections. The party is repeating many of the mistakes it made during the Delhi elections early this year — giving the state to Arvind Kejriwal on a platter. All is not well with the BJP in Bihar but all is not bad either.

  • Ranji: Mumbai reach 317/3 against Baroda

    Vadodra: Mumbai batsman Shreyas Iyer slammed a strokeful century to help the Ranji giants post a healthy 317 for three on Day 1 of the their Ranji encounter against Baroda. Electing to bat, Mumbai rode an unbeaten 196-run fourth-wicket stand between Iyer (167 not out) and Suryakumar Yadav (66 not out) to manage a run-rate of 3.68 in 86 overs bowled in the day at the Reliance Stadium. The Aditya- Tare-led side lost a couple

  • So British!

    We must enthusiastically endorse the sentiment expressed by members of the Latin American Youth Team currently here. After seeing the cricket test for the first time in their lives, they said; “five days of play and still no decision!  Just like the British!”  It could not have been more eloquently put. It is Himalayan irritation that two nations should spend the whole of five mad days hitting and chasing balls and still

  • Goa beat Kerala, take top spot

    Margao : Gregory Arnolin’s 84th minute strike helped FC Goa edge past Kerala Blasters FC 2-1 in a keenly contested ISL football game and take top spot in the league table on Thursday.

  • NEUFC take on Atletico

    Guwahati: Having earned their first points of the season with a dramatic win over Chennaiyin FC in their previous match, NorthEast United take on defending champions Atletico Kolkata in their third straight home match of ISL today. NorthEast scored a 2-0 win over Chennaiyin in an ill-tempered match with the goals coming in the last minute of normal time and in the injury period, and they hardly had any time to savour the

  • Parupalli Kashyap retires from French Open

    Paris : Commonwealth Games champion Parupalli Kashyap bowed out of the men’s singles event of French Open after he retired in the third game of his second round match against Rajiv Ouseph of England in the USD 275,000 Super Series tournament on Thursday. Eighth seed Kashyap lost the opening game but came back strongly in the second only to be forced to concede the match in the decider. In the end of the 43-minute match,