Free Press Journal
  • Oommen chandy

    Rahul Gandhi to sound Congress poll bugle in Kerala

    New Delhi: Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi will be on a two-day visit to Kerala beginning on Tuesday during which he is expected to review the party’s strategy ahead of the upcoming state assembly polls.

  • Over 100 babus toured US, Brazil, Malaysia in past three years

    New Delhi: Over 100 bureaucrats belonging to the central and state governments visited foreign countries including the US, Brazil and Malaysia in the past three years. The Personnel Ministry has put in public domain the list of such officers and countries visited by them between 2013 and 2015.

  • Whole country wants Leicester to win Premier League

    London: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has admitted that the entire nation is relishing the prospect of Leicester City lifting the Premier League title this season.

  • Prakash Jha

    “Have to work very hard to make my relevant films entertaining” 

    National Award-winning filmmaker Prakash Jha, who is known for making socially relevant films, is presently on a promotional spree for his upcoming cop drama Jai Gangaajal and during a promotional event in Ranchi, he stated that it is a challenge for him to make his hard-hitting films entertaining.

  • Disappointed, hurt that squash not part of Olympics: Dipika Pallikal 

    Mumbai: With squash failing in three consecutive bids since 2005 to become part of the Olympic programme, Indian star Dipika Pallikal expressed her disappointment on Sunday and said she and other top players are hurt the sport hasn’t got deserving place in the quadrennial Games.

  • Louis Van Gaal

    Hiddink fires warning to Van Gaal ahead of Man Utd duel

    London: Chelsea interim manager Guus Hiddink has linked increasing frustrations among Manchester United fans to the defensive style of football adopted by the Old Trafford club this season.

  • Over 100 missing, 18 dead as strong quake rattles Taiwan

    Tainan: Rescuers today found signs of live within the remains of a high-rise residential building that collapsed in a powerful, shallow earthquake in southern Taiwan that killed at least 18 people and injured hundreds.

  • OZ wins 2nd ODI

    Wellington : Australia, propped up by 98 from David Warner, held their nerve for four wickets in the second ODI here on Saturday to send the series to a decider.

  • United hold talks with Jose Mourinho?

    London: Jose Mourinho’s representatives have held talks with Manchester United about replacing Louis van Gaal as manager of the Premier League club, according to reports.

  • Charged up Mumbai faces DSK

    Mumbai : Having earned the bragging rights following their comprehensive 2-0 win against table toppers Bengaluru FC late last month and with the long rest the players had, Mumbai FC are now all charged up and raring to play for a victory against lowly DSK Shivajians in a fifth round match of the 2015-2016 AIFF Hero I-League football tournament, and to be played Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex, Pune on Sunday. The match

  • Mumbai beat UP Wizards 2-1

    Lucknow : Dabang Mumbai registered their second victory of Coal India Hockey India League (HIL) defeating hosts Uttar Pradesh Wizards 2-1 here on Saturday to keep their semi-finals hopes alive.

  • Barcelona, Real Madrid in Sunday La Liga action

    Madrid : FC Barcelona and Real Madrid both play away from home on Sunday in the La Liga as the race for the Spanish football title hots up.

  • indian juggernaut GETs Going at SAG

    Guwahati : It was gold rush for India on the opening day of the South Asian Games with the country’s wrestlers, swimmers and weightlifters showing their regional dominance by making a near clean sweep of top honours here on Saturday.SAGAMES-INDIAThree women and two male grapplers finished on top of the podium as the proceedings went on expected lines on the opening day of

  • Summer sizzles in Companeroes win

    Mumbai : Talented and enterprising striker Summer Gonsalves scored a superb goal, which proved to be the match winner as Companeroes SC scraped past Bandra Packers ‘A’ in an absorbing women’s semi-final match of the 23rd Bandra Gymkhana Open Rink Football Tournament and played under floodlights at the Demonte Park Recreational Ground, Bandra.

  • Modi met Dawood in Pak?

    Azam Khan drops a bombshell, says he has substantial proof; Centre denies allegation.

  • Raunak Sadhwani crowned Junior champion

    Mumbai : Nagpur lad Raunak Sadhwani, was crowned Champion of the IIFL Wealth Mumbai Junior Chess Tournament 2016, which was played at the Mount Litera School International, Bandra (East), Mumbai.

  • Now, a Nigerian student attacked in tony Hyderabad     

    Hyderabad : Even before dust could settle on the Tanzanian woman’s attack case in Bengaluru, two youths were arrested on Saturday for allegedly assaulting a Nigerian student. Police asserted that the allegation that the foreigner was “racially abused” has not been established.

  • Assam in first-ever Ranji semis

    Valsad : The Assam team etched their names in domestic cricket history, beating much-fancied Punjab by 51 runs to enter the Ranji Trophy semifinals for the first time here on Saturday.

  • Rookies Rake In Big Bucks

    Delhi stuns with Negi bid, Watson most expensive at IPL auction , Yuvraj goes for reduced price of Rs 7 cr from Rs 16 cr last year .