Free Press Journal
  • Positive Kagiso Rabada urges Proteas to stick together

    Johannesburg: South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada has called on his side to stick together as a unit and remain positive despite losing four-match Test series to England.

  • Vodafone

    Vodafone to introduce 4G in Haryana, UP East by April

    New Delhi:Vodafone, which launched its most supreme 4G networks across five circles last month, is all set to deploy 4G networks in Haryana and Uttar Pradesh (East) for the high-speed data technology.

  • law

    Beedi tycoon Nisham found guilty of murder

    Thrissur: A Thrissur Court on Wednesday convicted beedi tycoon Mohammed Nisham in connection with the murder of security guard Chandrabose.

  • Criminal complaint against Kejriwal dismissed by court

    New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had not offered any gratification to voters in the assembly elections last year and no offence of bribery was made out against him, a court here has said while dismissing a criminal complaint seeking his prosecution.

  • University attack in Peshawar; 4 terrorists neutralized

    • 21 killed reported so far
    • 4 terrorists have been neutralized
    • 60 people injured
    • 6 explosions heard inside university

    Peshawar: Heavily-armed terrorists today stormed a university in Pakistan’s restive northwest Khyber- Pakhtunkhwa province and opened indiscriminate fire on students and teachers.

  • ‘Declare suicide prone areas in Maha as organic farming zones’

    Mumbai: In the backdrop of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s pitch for expansion of organic farming across the country, a prominent farm activist has urged Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis to ban the use of chemicals in 14 suicide prone districts of the state.

  • Maharashtra gives in-principal nod to retail trade policy

    Mumbai: To accelerate investments in the underdeveloped regions of the state and retain its leading position in retail trade in the country, Maharashtra has given in-principal approval to a new policy.

  • Oppn boycotts Governor’s address to TN Assembly

    Chennai: Opposition parties, including DMK and DMDK today boycotted Governor K Rosaiah’s address to Tamil Nadu Assembly by staging a walk out, moments after he began his speech over the government’s handling of recent floods and other issues.

  • train

    Train between Howrah and Pune to run two extra trips

    Nagpur: The Central Railways has decided to run two extra trips of the train with air conditioned (AC) coaches between Howrah and Pune which is already in operation.

  • Saradha chit fund scam: CBI sends notice to TMC MP

    New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Wednesday sent a notice to Trinamool Congress MP Vivek Gupta in connection with the Saradha chit-fund scam.

  • Sensex down

    Sensex down 372 pts on lower global growth forecast

    Mumbai: Market benchmark Sensex tumbled 372 points to 24,107.75 in late morning deals on massive sell-off in banks, metals and capital goods stocks, tracking bearish overseas cues after IMF slashed global growth forecast.

  • Grammys to air live on West Coast for first time

    Los Angeles: For the first time ever, this year’s Grammy Awards will be aired live in the Pacific and Mountain time zones. Stations that choose to participate in the live broadcast will air the 58th annual award show from 5-8:30 pm PST and 6-9:30 pm MST. Last year’s Grammys received 24.8 million viewers, reported Billboard.

  • ‘Heavy’ match-fixing in lower tiers: anti-corruption official

    Melbourne: Match-fixing is commonplace in tennis’s lower levels and efforts to fight it are inadequate, a senior anti-corruption official told AFP after cheating claims rocked the sport during the Australian Open.

  • Rafael Nadal vows to fight on despite Oz Open early exit

    Johannesburg: World number five Rafael Nadal has vowed to compete much better next time following his early exit from the first major of the season, Australian Open.

  • Kei Nishikori thrash Krajicek to reach Australian Open third round

    Melbourne: Asian number one Kei Nishikori produced a resilient performance as he entered into the third round of the Australian Open after brushing aside his American opponent Austin Krajicek in straight sets on Margaret Court Arena on Wednesday.