Free Press Journal
  • Man found murdered in Malad home

    Mumbai :  A 33-year-old man was found murdered in his house in Pai Mansion in Malad late on Tuesday night. He was attacked by a sharp object and valuables were stolen from his house. The incident is said to have happened between 9 pm and 10 pm when the victim, Ronald D’souza, was alone in his house. Police sources said that one person who was allegedly related to the family has been

  • Merkel is Time magazine’s Person of the Year 2015

    New York :  Time magazine named German Chancellor Angela Merkel its “Person of the Year 2015”, saying her deft leadership has helped preserve and promote an open, borderless Europe in the face of economic turmoil, ongoing refugee and the Ukraine crises, reports PTI.

  • US veterans who firebombed Japan meet survivor

    Tokyo :  Five American veterans who took part in the firebombing of Japan during World War II saw photos of leveled homes and stacks of charred bodies at a museum dedicated to the victims, and said the outcome on the ground of their missions was awful.

  • Pune-Patliputra Express will be diverted via Chheoki from April 1

    Mumbai :  The Railways have decided to divert 12149/12150 Pune-Patliputra Express via Mughalsarai-Chheoki- Manikpur avoiding Allahabad with effect from April 1, 2016. Train no. 12149 Pune-Patliputra Express leaving Pune at 8.55pm on and from April 1 will be diverted and arrive at Chheoki at 8.45pm and depart at 8.55pm and will reach Patliputra at 3.40am on the third day.

  • Indian experts demand fair carbon space to tackle climate change

    Paris :  Amidst efforts to revise the global warming target to within 1.5 degree Celsius from pre- industrial times, Indian experts demanded that the world must agree to a fair allocation of carbon space and enhance financial and technological support to developing countries, reports PTI.

  • AI rolls out advance purchase scheme starting at Rs 2,865

    New Delhi :  Seeking to make flying affordable to the common man, national carrier Air India has rolled out an advance purchase scheme for the economy class, matching the fare with that of a 2AC train ticket price, including on key domestic destinations like Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata.

  • Saina, Srikanth lose in Dubai Super Series Finals

    Dubai : Ace Indian shuttlers, Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth, had a disappointing start to their campaign at the BWF Super Series Finals as they suffered straight-game defeats on the opening day of the prestigious event here on Wednesday. World No. 2 Saina seemed to struggle with her ankle injury as she went down 14-21 6-21 against Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara in a women’s singles match which lasted 35 minutes. The World Championship silver medallist will

  • Soon, timeline by relevance on Twitter

    New York :  The micro-blogging site Twitter is experimenting with a Facebook-type way of sorting your timeline where tweets are sorted by relevance and not in reverse chronological order as it happens now, says IANS.

  • Nehwal among 24 standing for IOC Athletics Commission polls

    Lausanne : Indian badminton star Saina Nehwal will be among 24 top sportspersons from across the world standing for elections for the four seats in the International Olympic Committee’s Athletics Commission to be held during the Rio Olympic Games next August. All athletes participating in 2016 Rio Games will be eligible to vote. “The IOC Executive Board today approved the candidatures of 24 athletes for the IOC Athletes’ Commission elections, which will be held

  • Volkswagen: CO2 emissions woes smaller than suspected

    Berlin :  Volkswagen said that a problem with carbon dioxide emissions is far smaller than initially suspected, with further checks finding “slight discrepancies” in only a few models and no evidence of illegal changes to fuel consumption and emissions figures.

  • India to open up Ahmedabad, Jaipur airports for Changi

    New Delhi  :  Singapore’s Changi Airport Group will soon start managing Ahmedabad and Jaipur airports, opening up airport management operations for a foreign player for the first time in the country.

  • Bhavya loses in round two

    Mumbai : Bhavya Rishi of India wore down her Indonesian rival Sima Fatma Kusuma in three games but then lost in the second qualifying round of the women’s singles at the USD 15,000 Tata Open International Badminton Challenge here on Wednesday . Bhavya, the best girl player at the 24th Krishna Khaitan Memorial all India Juniors held in Chandigarh in October, won the 52-minute battle against her Indonesian opponent 21-19 20-22 21-12. The 16-year-old

  • WR fight back to share honours

    Mumbai : Western Railway fought back well to share the spoils with Indian Navy in a fast-paced 4-4 draw in a Pool-C match of the Dabang Mumbai – 50th All India Bombay Gold Cup hockey tournament, at the MHAL-Mahindra Stadium on Wednesday afternoon. The scores were level 1-1 at the end of the first half. Later in the evening, former champions Air India made a bright start by thumping CAG (Comptroller & Audit General)

  • Your Day – 10 Dec 2015

    Aries:– Those unemployed will land good jobs or business. There will be gains through trading in commodity markets. Chance of good romance with opposite sex is likely. Sudden love is in the cards.

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    Embrace Death With Love

    The fear of death follows from the fear of life. A man who lives fully is prepared to die at any time… Mark Twain

  • Intl Premier Tennis: Delhi gets ready for Nadal-Federer clash

    New Delhi: The marquee clash between a vintage Roger Federer and classy Rafael Nadal, the two great legends of the game will be awaited keenly by the fans as the third leg of the International Premier Tennis League (IPTL) begins here today. The two legends had contrasting 2015 season before touching down the national capital for the high-profile event, which is the brainchild of India’s very own doubles hero Mahesh Bhupathi. Federer has been on