Free Press Journal
  • Pellegrini wants Guardiola as next Man City manager

    London: Manuel Pellegrini has admitted that he wants to see Pep Guardiola take charge of Manchester City one day, saying that the most coveted coach in football can turn out to be important for the club.

  • ‘More states to unveil retail policies by next year’

    Mumbai: The Retailers Association of India (RAI) expects about a dozen states to come out with state-specific retail policies next year which would facilitate ease of doing business for the sector. “Maharashtra already placed a draft retail policy on its website for comments over a month ago. We expect Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan and others to follow suit soon as they are also working on state-level retail policies,” CEO of RAI, Kumar Rajagopalan

  • Gary Neville

    Neville’s Valencia denied in four-goal thriller

    Madrid: Gary Neville is still searching for his first La Liga win as Valencia boss after Los Che twice fought back from a goal down to draw 2-2 at home to Getafe. All four goals arrived in a 25 minute period in the first-half as Paco Alcacer cancelled out Pablo Sarabia’s opener yesterday.

  • Gold

    Gold-rich temples weigh monetisation, but ‘melting’ a dampener

    New Delhi: As the government seeks to monetise gold worth an estimated USD one trillion lying idle, all eyes are on their biggest repositories — the temples — but many of them fear that ‘melting’ of the ornaments donated by devotees may hurt religious sentiments.

  • Sehwag, Gambhir back Jaitley amid corruption storm

    New Delhi: Facing allegations of corruption, under-fire former Delhi and District Cricket Associatio (DDCA) President Arun Jaitley today got the backing of the two biggest stars to emerge from the state– Virender Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir.

  • Sudha, Elam triumph in Kolkata 25k

    Kolkata: Sudha Singh shattered the meet record by more than six seconds to clinch the elite women’s title, while Elam Singh won the men’s section to make it memorable in front of his local infantry regiment in the ‘Tata Steel Kolkata 25K’ road race here today. The 2010 Asian Games gold-medallist and former national record holder in 3000m steeplechase, Sudha, went neck and neck with her Rio Olympics-bound Railway colleagues Lalita Babar and

  • Vijender registers third straight win in pro bout

    Manchester: Indian boxing superstar Vijender Singh continued his winning streak in professional bout as he registered his third consecutive knock out triumph over Bulgarian opponent Samet Hyuseinov by a here in Manchester Arena.

  • Louis van Gaal

    Van Gaal admits fear of Man-U sack post Norwhich defeat

    Johannesburg: Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal has admitted that his job is under scrutiny, following his side 1-2 defeat at home against Norwich City in Premier League.

  • India, Pakistan showing great maturity to re-engage: Mufti

    Srinagar: Lauding the resumption of India-Pakistan dialogue, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed has called for a long-term strategic partnership between the two neighbouring countries. Sayeed welcomed the breakthrough on holding of comprehensive bilateral dialogue between India and Pakistan and hoped both the countries will clear the decks for carrying forward the process of reconciliation.

  • Kudankulam n-reactor

    India, Russia likely to sign pact on Kudankulam during PM visit

    New Delhi: In a move to scale up cooperation in the nuclear energy sector, India and Russia are likely to sign an agreement on Kudankulam units 5 and 6 during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the Eurasian country from Wednesday. Sources said the government is also planning to make optimum use of the available nuclear sites in various states to accommodate more atomic reactors to meet energy-starved country’s growing needs.

  • Juvenile should be freed after mngmt’s decision: Swamy

    New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy on Sunday asserted that the juvenile convict should not be released as a free person till management committee decides whether he is mentally sound and whether he has been socially main streamed.

  • Kirti-Azad

    DDCA row: Kirti Azad dismisses allegations, calls it ‘baseless’

    New Delhi: Dismissing allegations of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley that Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Kirti Azad had met Congress president Sonia Gandhi during the UPA rule and this triggered the investigation, Azad on Sunday said the allegations are baseless, adding that the former must have contacts with various other parties.

  • Flood-hit residents of Chennai being taken to safer areas on Friday- AFP

    Broken branches saved elderly couple during Tamil Nadu deluge

    Cuddalore (TN): Broken branches of their cashew tree saved the lives of K Balakrishnan and his wife Kalyani when the monster flood engulfed their village in Tamil Nadu’s Cuddalore district. Shivers went down the spines of the landless Dalit couple on November 9, when water gushed into their thatched hut at Periyakattupalayam, rising menacingly by the minute.

  • Kejriwal making false allegations against Jaitley: BJP

    New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) on Sunday said that Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is a symbol of honesty in Indian politics adding that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is wrongly accusing the Minister of indulging in financial irregularities while he was at the helm of the Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA).

  • The signal of victory

    KARTIK JHAVERI gives you a case history of a person who made an “Optimal Level” of money.

  • Ayurveda

     Reasons for Kapha aggravation

    Kapha is the slowest and steadiest of all the dosax. In Kapha imbalance the following conditions are likely to be responsible for aggravation.

  • Book Review: Leading

    It’s ‘Fergie Time’ for the readers, as an inspirational guide to great leadership, from the most successful football manager of all time, LEADING investigates the pivotal leadership decisions of an astonishing career of Sir Alex Ferguson.

  • The Turn Of The Tortoise

    In the book under review, T N Ninan provides a compelling overview of the emerging trends of politics, the inescapable Chinese shadow over India as well as the relationship between the state and the people.