Free Press Journal
  • Punjab Warriors end Lancers’ winning streak

    Bhubaneswar : Simon Orchard and Satbir Singh scorted a field goal each as Jaypee Punjab Warriors registrered a 4-1 victory over Kalinga Lancers to propel to the second position in the fourth edition of the Hockey India League, here on Sunday.

  • AI employee killed in bike mishap, 1 hurt

    Mumbai : An Air India employee was killed and another injured when a truck collided head-on with the bike in which they were travelling at 5am on Sunday. The deceased, Nanaparu Agawane (37), was riding the bike. His friend Sushant Khapre (34), a resident of Chembur, is recuperating in Rajawadi municipal hospital in Ghatkopar east. Officials said that the truck driver fled from the scene leaving the truck behind and the driver is

  • West, Russia, China condemn covert test

    North Korea’s launch of a long-range rocket triggered angry reactions from across the globe and calls for a “tough” response to its latest provocation with arch-rival South Korea saying it will begin talks on possible deployment of a US missile defence system.

  • Annual function held at Govt Home Science College

    Hoshangabad :  A three day annual Sneha Sammelan was organised at Girls Home Science Government College in which students gave performance in a cultural programme like mimicry, fancy dress competition, single dance, group dance, singing and others.

  • Aggression leads to altered brain activity

    New York : Aggression can lead to generation of new nerve cells in the brain and also change the activity of existing cells, new research has found, reports IANS.

  • india parliament

    Can this approach help Parliament run?

    In less than three weeks, the all-important budget session of Parliament shall get underway. After losing nearly two full sessions to disruptions, it is almost imperative that this session transacts regular parliamentary business, beyond the minimal work that is required to keep the wheels of the government moving. For this to happen, the first pre-requisite is a working dialogue between the government and the opposition.

  • Carrick backs Man U to win Premier league

    London: Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick believes that his side can still win this season’s Premier league title despite trailing surprise leaders Leicester City by 13 points.

  • S Korea, US to discuss deployment of US missile system

    South Korean and US defence officials said they would begin formal talks on the deployment on the Korean peninsula of a US missile defence system to counter the growing threat from North Korea.

  • Radioactive spillover near NY

    Buchanan : An apparent overflow at a nuclear power plant north of New York City spilled highly radioactive water into an underground monitoring well, but nuclear regulators said the public isn’t at risk, reports AP.

  • Mithali Raj guides India to consolation win over Oz

    Hobart : Skipper Mithali Raj led from the front with an 89-run knock to save the Indian women’s cricket team from a whitewash by guiding it to a comfortable five-wicket in the third and final ODI against Australia here on Sunday.

  • Power Grid, Sterlite in fray for Rs 9K cr Waranagal project

    New Delhi :  State-run Power Grid, Sterlite, Adani, Essel and Reliance Power Transmission are in the fray for Warangal transmission project with an estimated cost of around Rs 9,000 crore, the largest so far on the block.

  • Less polluted nations most vulnerable to climate change

    Sydney : Nations producing less greenhouse gases are most vulnerable to climate change, while the highest emitting countries are ironically least exposed to environmental change effects triggered by global warming, according to a new study, reports IANS.

  • Nitin Tomar stars in Bengal’s win over Puneri Paltan

    Kolkata : Nitin Tomar emerged hero for Bengal Warriors by scoring points at crucial junctures as he led his side to a 33-28 win over Puneri Paltan in their first home match of the Pro Kabaddi League, here on Sunday.

  • Flower believes PSL can benefit Pakistan youngsters

    I think this tournament will be very good for Pakistan’s youngsters in the way the IPL (Indian Premier League) is being very good for Indian cricket Andy Flower,