Free Press Journal
  • Mani Shankar Aiyar

    Mani Shankar Aiyar does it again

    Mani Shankar Aiyar is highly educated, boasting of degrees from some of the best known Indian and foreign universities. Yet, he never misses an opportunity to undermine, nay, insult his higher education by mouthing some of the most astounding things. Invariably, he makes news not for his erudite remarks but for his inanities. For someone who was nominated to the Rajya Sabha in the bespoke ‘intellectual’ category, whether it is inside or

  • Google targets start-ups with new cloud, apps for work

    New Delhi : Internet giant Google on Wednesday launched two new initiatives to target enterprises and start-ups with its new improved cloud and apps for work platforms.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- There will be a need developing to improve both family and personal ties and health concerns. Money transactions and dealings needed to be handled with care; So that there is no scope for misunderstandings.

  • Delhi host Pune

    New Delhi: Delhi Dynamos will have to be sharper in front of the goal as they battle FC Pune City in a crucial encounter of the Indian Super League (ISL) at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium on Thursday. Delhi are placed third with 15 points from nine matches but they have scored just eight goals, the least in the tournament so far. League leaders FC Goa have 20 goals to their credit while even

  • Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj Ji

    RTgE :Right To Good Education

    Recently the news about a school girl raped by her own school teacher left the whole nation benumbed with shock and shame. While we try to reconcile ourselves to this dark reality by looking for answers in the burning embers and muted cries of victims and in due course push the unpleasant memories under the pressures of our mundane problems, we need to look at the root cause of such incidents. Has

  • Second Test called off after washout

    Bengaluru : Four days of washouts owing to persistent rain and wet ground conditions led to the second cricket Test being officially called off here today, with hosts India leading the four-match series against South Africa 1-0.

  • Narendra Modi

    PM Narendra Modi’s colours should not change

    Beleaguered and hounded by the opposition and the media after the BJP’s crushing defeat in the Bihar assembly elections and the campaign against the party for ‘intolerance,’ Prime Minister Narendra Modi has found something to crow about  with his emphatically successful visit to the United Kingdom.

  • HC paves way for 4th Test match at Delhi

    The bench asked the DDCA to deposit Rs 50 lakh within two weeks with SDMC towards the property tax dues. It directed the SDMC to issue provisional occupancy certificate to DDCA by Friday for the period from Dec 1 to Dec 10.

  • Chetan Chauhan welcomes Mudgal on board

    New Delhi : Relieved by High Court’s direction to MCD for issuance of provisional occupancy certificate required to stage the India-South Africa Test, DDCA vice-president Chetan Chauhan welcomed the appointment of Justice Mukul Mudgal to oversee the affairs of the final match at Feroz Shah Kotla.

  • ‘Test washout disappointing’

    Bengaluru : India captain Virat Kohli expressed his disappointment at not getting any play for the last four days despite bowling out South Africa for 214 on the first day of the second Test. “It was very disappointing. The second and third day’s play being called off was very frustrating as we had a very good first day. Toughest part is to set up a Test match and build it from there on. We

  • Can’t take out lot of positives from second Test, says Amla

    Bengaluru : With four days rained out in the second Test, South African captain Hashim Amla candidly admitted that he could not take out a lot of positives from the rain-truncated game apart from AB de Villiers’ knock of 85 in his 100th game. “The most I can take out of it is similar to what I took out of Bangladesh, when the games got rained out. Dale got 400 Test wickets and we

  • Mumbai notch win over Rlys

    Mumbai: Hosts Mumbai took up the challenge set by Railways to score at above four an over and notched up a comprehensive six-wicket victory in the four-day Group B Ranji Trophy game on Wednesday to move to the top of the table again. Set a stiff task of scoring 295 in a minimum of 70 overs after Railways declared their second innings closed at 408 for 4, the 40-time champions raced to victory

  • HC sends notice to all the accused

    New Delhi : Delhi High Court sought the responses of suspended cricketers S Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan and 33 others on a plea by the city police challenging their discharge by a trial court in the 2013 IPL-6 spot fixing scandal case. Justice Siddharth Mridul issued notice to all the 36 respondents who were given a clean chit by the trial court on July 25 and sought their replies by December 16,

  • Federer snaps Djokovic’s winning streak

    London : Roger Federer stopped Novak Djokovic’s ATP Finals winning streak at 15, beating the Serb 7-5, 6-2 to reach the semi-finals at the season-ending tournament. Djokovic, who has already clinched the year-end No. 1 ranking, had not lost at the ATP Finals since 2011, winning the last three elite titles for the top eight players in the world. But Federer was strong at the O2 Arena, as he usually is on an indoor

  • Jai Bharat reach final

    Mumbai : Jai Bharat SC maintained their excellent winning run of form as they stormed into the final of the 9th Late Adv. A.R. Kudroli Memorial Foootball Tournament at KSA ground. In a semi-final encounter Jai Bharat blanked Udaya SC by a comfortable 2-0 margin. Strikers Samir Damor and Rushab Puthran netted a goal each to secure Jai Bharat’s victory and a place in the title round. Jai Bharat will next take on Star