Free Press Journal
  • Empty Rhetoric

    The Soviet Foreign Minister, Mr. Andrei Gromyko’s foreign policy speech ran on familiar lines, covering a wide but very familiar range of subjects. There were the usual flattering references to Mr. Khrushchev’s various pilgrimages in the cause of  peace, as well as the inevitable reminder to the West of the “socialist might” which “rises in the path of aggressors” For good measure, Mr. Gromyko also condemned the Western military alliances, the U-2

  • Huge total & Quick wickets

    Windies 91 for 6 in reply to OZ’s mammoth total of 551 runs

  • England on top

    SA end day 2 at 137/4

  • Shaharyar Khan again raises hopes of Indo-Pak tie

    “I  appreciate the efforts made by Shaharyar to revive bilateral cricket ties with India but he has to understand you clap with two hands and the Indians are avoiding playing us now on one pretext or the other.” Ijaz Butt/ PCB Chairman

  • Yasir banned over doping breach by ICC

    Dubai : The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Sunday announced that Pakistan leg-spinner Yasir Shah has been provisionally suspended after being charged with violating rules under the sport’s anti-doping code. According to the ICC, the sample Yasir provided in an in-competition test, was found to contain the presence of chlortalidone, a Prohibited Substance which appears in Section 5 of the World Anti Doping Agency’s (WADA) prohibited list. “In accordance with the ICC anti-doping code, pending

  • ‘Sometimes I do it by myself’

    United Kingdom : Louis van Gaal said that he could jump before he is pushed after his position as Manchester United manager became even more precarious following a fourth successive defeat. The under-fire Dutchman, 64, looked like a condemned man throughout United’s sorry 2-0 loss to Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium yesterday and then in the inquest that took place afterwards. When grilled about the firestorm of speculation surrounding his likely sacking and the

  • India In Semis

    Lallianzuala shines as team beat Nepal 4-1 .

  • Catholic Gym win

    Mumbai : Prolific strikers Glakson Mascarenhas and Alvin Fernandes struck four goals and three goals respectively to power Catholic Gymkhana to a thumping 10-0 win against a 10-man strong Our Lady of Fatima SC in a Second Division play-off match of the MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) League 2015-2016, and played at the MSSA Schools’ Sports Centre, Azad Maidan on Sunday. John Fernandes scored a brace and Terrence Pereira got one to complete

  • Rovin D’souza defends his title

    Mumbai : Last year’s champion Rovin D’Souza, has become the first player to manage to defend the title by winning the final against Mahaesh Jagdale in the SPG-Park Club Billiards Tournament – 2015, which is being jointly organised by the Shivaji Park Gymkhana and Park Club.

  • National Conference on ‘Life Safety – Today & Tomorrow’

    V.P.M’s Polytechnic, Thane organized one-day national conference on ‘Life Safety – Today & Tomorrow’ on December 19, 2015 at Panini Hall, Thane College Campus, Thane. The conference proceeding was released by chief guest Dr. V. M. Mohitkar, Secretary, Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education (MSBTE), Mumbai.

  • GIBL aims to become India’s next $250m company by 2019

    GIBL obtained an IRDA insurance broking licence and established legal tie-ups with 29 insurance companies to sell their products. It will be the first insurance broker in India with both Online & Offline dominant presence and become largest insurance distributor. GIBL plans to design unique health policies in India with wearable technologies down the line. The App will record health condition and premium could go down for healthy and fit people.

  • Mumbai FC sign Brown, Son to support Taisuke

    Mumbai : Japanese midfielder Taisuke Matsugae, Liberian medio Eric Brown and North Korean defender Min Chol Son are the three foreign players who will the key member in the Mumbai FC team which is fine tuning their squad for their I-League – 2016 campaign. The 33-year-old Taisuke has extended his contract with Mumbai FC after an impressive first season last year.  He had joined Mumbai FC in January 2014 from Shillong Lajong, and was

  • Seminar on Commodities Market at Dalmia

    The Finance Forum of N. L. Dalmia Institute of Management Studies and Research organized a seminar on ‘Commodity Markets’ on December 18. The keynote speaker was Shrikant Kaundinya, AVP – Multi-Commodity Exchange (MCX).

  • Megahertz at Somaiya

    Megahertz, the annual BMM festival of K.J. Somaiya College of Arts & Commerce concluded its three-day run on December 16. The festival saw celebrities like Arya Babbar and Samir Soni at the inauguration. The jamboree comprised 14 innovative events in four different categories like media, journalism, performing arts and miscellaneous. TV actors Sanaya Pithhawala and Anshuman Malhotra judged the dance event alongside Nach Baliye 7 winning choreographer Pratik Utekar, whereas director Anil