Free Press Journal
  • Goa, Pune in dour stalemate

    Margao : Table toppers FC Pune City rallied to draw FC Goa 1-1 and maintain their lead in ISL encounter on Friday. FC Goa, who dominated the first half but failed to find the net on four occasions, took the lead in the 46th minute from through an own goal by defender Roger Johnson. But the visitors fought back and restored parity through Eugeneson Lyngdoh’s equaliser in the 64th minute. The draw keeps FC Pune

  • Referee let us down, says Zico

    Margao : FC Goa coach Zico once again expressed his displeasure against the refereeing in the ongoing Indian Super League (ISL) football tournament. “The referee once again let us down, just like in our previous matches. I do not know if they want to take revenge against me, if so I will go home but I do not want my team FC Goa to suffer,” the Brazilian legend said. He added, “The referee has failed

  • Good work against all odds

    It is not as if Fadnavis has been sitting idle. But the bureaucracy has not been coming forward to work overtime to face the situation. This is perhaps because at the top bureaucrats are still loyal to the erstwhile political bosses. (more…)

  • Tennis: Sania Mirza -Martina Hingis advance

    Singapore :  Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis earned their third consecutive win to top the red group and enter the semi-finals of the year-ending $7 million WTA Finals being played on Friday. Following their victories in the opening two round robin matches earlier this week, the Indo-Swiss tennis combine came up with another top-class performance to beat Hungarian-French fourth seeds Ta­mea Babos and Kristina Mladenovic 6-4, 7-5 in one and a half hours.

  • Fr. Agnel enter TT semis

    Mumbai : Fr. Agnel upset second seeds Jamnabai Narsee to storm into the senior girls semi-finals, in the Maharashtra leg of the 11Even Sports Inter School State Table Tennis Championship on Friday. Fr. Agnel romped to a 3-0 win to set up a clash with New India, Pune, while top seeds IES V.N. Sule Guruji English halted Rahul International, Nalasopara 3-1 to face St. Blaise in the other semi-final. On an opening day of close

  • Basketball: Double delight for Vibgyor

    Mumbai : Vibgyor, Goregaon won the girls’ Under-13 and boys’ Under-11 titles, while Don Bosco ‘A’ won the boys’ Under-13 and Divine Child the girls’ Under-11 titles, in the 2nd Don Bosco Inter School Basketball Championship. Vibgyor, who were in line for a triple crown, beat St. Anthony’s, Chembur 27-13 in the girls’ Under-13 final, while the boys Under-11 team combined brilliantly and were rewarded for accuracy while overcoming Don Bosco ‘A’ 31-19 in

  • Devendra Fadnavis

    Health: Out of box solutions needed Dr. Shyam Ashtekar

    The alliance government needs to get real and imaginative on core health issues. We need to catch up with the world, not just the other Indian states. One year is not too long, but not too short a time either for planning and roadmaps. (more…)

  • MSSA-BIPIN camp from Nov 8

    Mumbai: The 29th MSSA-Bipin Football Academy free football coaching camps for Under-16 boys and girls will kick off at the MSSA grounds, Azad Maidan, Churchgate on November 8, 2015 at 8am. Camps will also be held at six other centers across the city as well as in Thane and Pune. BFA will make its debut in Pune city. The coaching camp will continue until the end of November 2015. Trainees will hone

  • Infra: Focus on people-oriented projects

    Political wisdom lies in opting for projects that are quickly implementable, adversely affect the minimum number and benefit the maximum, allowing the development of the state while meeting the needs of Mumbai… (more…)