Free Press Journal
  • ‘It will be tricky’

    Thiruvananthapuram : Any slip-up in today’s semi-finals against Maldives could be a disaster for hosts India but head coach Stephen Constantine on Wednesday backed his players to come out triumphant in the potentially high-voltage clash in the South Asian Football Federation Cup here. Constantine’s India went into the tournament after suffering five straight losses and one win in the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers and they would be under pressure to make amends in

  • Lynette to lead Mumbai Sub-Junior Girl’s team

    Mumbai players, coach and manager team along with MHAL  vice-president Gurdip Singh Chandhok and Hon. Secretary Ram Singh Rathor and other Executive Committee members before a training session on Wednesday.

  • ONGC romp to easy win

    Mumbai : ONGC (Oil & Natural Gas Corporation) romped to a slick 3-1 win against PIFA Colaba SC in an Elite Division match of the MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) League 2015-2016, and played at the Cooperage ground on Wednesday. Parminder Singh struck in the very third minute to put ONGC in the front before  Enock got the second in the 12th minute. Nitesh Monde netted the third in the 68th minute to give

  • MDFA Women’s league from Jan

    Mumbai : The MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) will be conducting the MDFA Women’s Football League (WFL) from the third week of January, 2016. The WFL will be conducted at the Bombay Gymkhana ground.

  • Power Ministry energises economy

    In view of the growing need of the Indian economy, the NDA Government has embarked upon a massive programme to provide 24×7 power across the country by 2019. This means connecting to the grid 1,25,000 of the six lakh villages in the country. The Power Ministry has already signed a memorandum of understanding with various State Governments under its ‘Power for all’ initiative that aims to cover the entire country. The Government

  • Shuttlers Anikat, Radhika emerge supreme

    Mumbai : Shuttlers Anikat Suravna of Poddar International School, Nerul and Radhika Dagaonkar of Lilavati Poddar School claimed the boys’ under-17 and girls’ under-17 badminton singles titles respectively in the inaugural Sports  For  All  (SFA)-India’s Premier Inter- School  Sporting  System, which is being conducted at the D.Y. Patil Sports Stadium, Nerul on Wednesday.

  • Dairy Industry

    Relevance of Amul in India’s page: Part 2

    On 14 May 2015, Jethabhai P Patel, chairman of the Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF) made some very important statements that should make India’s policy makers sit up and pay more attention on how to address rural development.