Free Press Journal
  • Rosberg pips Hamilton to consolation F1 victory

    Mexico City : Nico Rosberg gained some consolation for his grievances when he outpaced Mercedes team-mate and newly-crowned triple world champion Lewis Hamilton to win the Mexican GP. In the first Formula One race in Mexico for 23 years, the 30-year-old German made light of the altitude of more than 2,000 metres and his anger at the manner of Hamilton’s successes by leading, bar the pit-stops, from the 20th pole position of his career

  • Juergen Klopp rules out changes to the Liverpool squad

    London : His stint in England was off to a slow start, but newly-installed Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp insists that he is not planning large scale changes to the squad that he inherited from previous incumbent Brendan Rodgers. Liverpool, who were 10th on the English Premier League (EPL) standings when Klopp arrived at Anfield, produced their best performance of the current season to beat Chelsea 3-1 at home on Saturday to climb to the

  • Musicians’ brains synchronise with rhythm

    Washington : Musicians get more out of music because their brains are better able to synchronise with rhythm, a new study has found, reports PTI. Cortical oscillations – the rhythmic firing of neurons in the brain – are fundamental to our ability to hear and process sounds.               Aligning the frequency of these cortical oscillations with the frequency of the sounds we wish to focus on allows us to better tune into these

  • Snapchat more enjoyable than Facebook: Study

    Washington : Snapchat interactions are associated with more enjoyment and positive emotions than Facebook and other social media, according to a new study, reports PTI.

  • Real’s Bale, Benzema to miss PSG tie

    Madrid: Real Madrid will be without forwards Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema for the Champions League group stage match against Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday night as the duo failed to recover from their respective injuries in time. Welshman Bale is still struggling from a calf injury which he picked up in the first game following the international football break three weeks ago, while Benzema has not played since early October as the

  • Arsene Wenger happy to draw against Bayern

    “I would sign to take a point but to sit off Bayern with their offensive quality would be difficult to maintain for 90 minutes. We have to relieve the pressure and try to score goals”.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- You like to be in command and be the dominant person in a room full of people. But you have been focusing single-mindedly on work and are now on the verge of exhaustion.

  • Animesh Chauhan, MD & CEO, Oriental Bank of Commerce (centre) announcing the Q2 financial results of FY 2015-16 along with Suresh N Patel, ED of the Bank at Bank’s Corporate Office in Gurgaon. Also seen is CH. S. S. Mallikarjuna Rao, CFO (right).

    OBC net profit up 3% at Rs 301 cr

    New Delhi : State owned Oriental Bank of Commerce (OBC) posted 3.4 % rise in net profit at Rs 301.31 crore for second quarter ended September, 2015-16.      Bank’s net profit was at Rs 291.42 crore during the July- September period of the previous fiscal 2014-15.               Total income of the bank increased to Rs 5,454.13 crore during the quarter under review, up from Rs 5,328.58 crore a year ago, OBC said in


    Washing the dishes is like bathing a baby Buddha. The profane is the sacred. Everyday mind is Buddha’s mind.