Free Press Journal
  • Khar Gym ‘A’ emerge victorious

    Mumbai : Khar Gymkhana ‘A’ beat Indian Gymkhana 3-1 win to enter the team championship second round, in the Khar Gymkhana Maharashtra State Ranking Veterans Table Tennis Tournament. Ganadeep Bhiwandkar played the pivotal role for the hosts by winning the opening singles, doubles and reverse singles. Khar Gymkhana dropped the second singles tie but recovered when Bhiwandkar and Rohitesh Haldar won the crucial doubles for a 2-1 lead. In other first round ties, New India

  • Retired officers to probe graft cases

    NEW DELHI : The retired officers of joint secretary, deputy secretary and director ranks with impeccable integrity, sound mental and physical health and not more than 65 years of age will be now engaged by the Centre to conduct inquiries against the government employees accused of corruption, with incentives for timebound completion of the inquiry.

  • All eyes on Dhruv, Parikh

    Mumbai : India’s ace billiards players, reigning Asian Champion Dhruv Sitwala and Siddharth Parikh the current World No. three, will be the star attractions and frontrunners for the top honours in the P.J. Hindu Gymkhana Invitation Billiards Tournament 2016, scheduled to commence at the Gymkhana’s billiards hall from January 10 to 16, 2016. Besides Sitwala and Parikh,the other notable names that figure in the list of 37 players from Mumbai who are participating in

  • After aunt and mom, baby also dies of burns

    Mumbai : A week after 35-year-old Bahadur Singh set his bedroom on fire while his family were sleeping inside, his 13-month-old son Jaidev succumbed to burn injuries while undergoing treatment at a hospital in Mumbai late on Thursday night.

  • Supriya Sule’s sari talk in Parliament draws flak

    New Delhi/ Mumbai : Senior advocate and women rights activist Abha Singh on Friday dubbed Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) MP Supriya Sule’s remark that parliamentarians do indulge in small talk and gossip even when serious issues are discussed, especially when speeches at Parliament get repetitive, as extremely shameful and demanded her resignation.