Free Press Journal
  • Shane Warne

    Waugh the most selfish cricketer that I’ve played with: Warne

    Melbourne: His long-standing feud with Steve Waugh was out in the open once again when spin legend Shane Warne slammed the former Australian captain as “the most selfish cricketer that I’ve played with” during a TV program.

  • Retiring McCullum admits being ‘incredibly lucky’ to represent NZ

    Johannesburg: Retiring New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum has admitted that he has been incredibly lucky to represent his country for last 14 years as he bids adieu to limited-over format following a win against Australia.

  • Girl who identified Kasab, says 26/11 mastermind should be hanged

    Mumbai: Devika Rotawan, the girl who was shot in the leg by terrorist Ajmal Kasab, in the 26/11 attacks and was also the youngest witness in the case who identified the terrorist in the courts, on Tuesday said that considering David Headley’s statements the mastermind behind the gruesome attack should be hanged to death.

  • Sensex Recovers

    Sensex opens below 24,000-level; Nifty cracks 7,300-mark

    Mumbai: The benchmark BSE Sensex extended losses for a second straight day and cracked below 24,000-mark by tumbling almost 374 points in early deals on sustained capital outflows by foreign funds and selling by retail investors.

  • rupee-notes

    Rupee again breaches 68-mark, down 26 paise in early trade

    Mumbai: The rupee again broke below the 68-mark by depreciating 26 paise to 68.20 against the dollar in early trade at the Interbank Foreign Exchange due to increased demand for the American unit from importers and banks amid a lower opening in the domestic equity market.

  • Katy Perry spends weekend with Orlando Bloom, his son

    Los Angeles: Pop star Katy Perry linked up with Orlando Bloom and his son Flynn over the weekend. The pair, who have been spotted hanging out several times already this month, spent all day together on Saturday, reported People magazine.

  • State polls in sight, as Rahul visits Kerala

    Thiruvananthapuram: Congress vice-President Rahul Gandhi, who will begin his two-day visit to Kerala today, is set to meet party leaders to discuss strategies for the upcoming Assembly polls in the state.

  • Supreme Court

    Governor cannot summon assembly at his wish: SC

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court has said that Arunachal Pradesh Governor J. P. Rajkhowa cannot summon the state Assembly session on his own after he decided to advance it by nearly a month to test the majority of the crisis-hit Congress led Nabam Tuki government.

  • Narendra Modi

    Sushil Koirala, a valued friend lost, says PM Modi

    Kathmandu: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday expressed grief over the demise of Nepal’s former prime minister Sushil Koirala and said India has lost a valued friend.

  • Dilapidated bldgs: Govt lays down norms for re-devpt

    Mumbai: Maharashtra gove-rnment has directed all muni-cipal corporations in the state to conduct a survey of all old and dilapidated buildings be-fore the onset of monsoon and dis-connect water and electri-city supply in case residents therein refuse to vacate them.

  • Cycloride held

    Mumbai: Jan Jagruti Kendra, Borivali, had organised the competition titled ‘Go Green, Go Cycling’. Star football player Baichung Bhutia flagged off the event. MP Gopal Shetty, corporator Mohan Mithbawkar, Ambadas Pote, last year’s cycloride winners Dr Hitendra and Mahendra Mahajan, Nikul Mehta, chairman of Jan Jagruti Kendra and others were present at the prize distribution ceremony. This year’s cycloride winners were Dhiren Bothra, Kunal Mahavir, Siddharth Limbachiya and Hiren Shah.

  • State & Non-State Actors Nailed

    26/11 attack was executed after two failed attempts; Headley was mentored by Lashkar founder Hafiz Sayeed; underwent terror tutorials in camps at Lahore and in pak.

  • More Evidence, More Dossiers

    New Delhi : David Headley’s fresh revelations on the 2008 Mumbai terror attack will help Indian agencies nail his Pakistani handlers and take the case to a “very logical conclusion”, Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju said on Monday. Pakistan has been until now slow in prosecuting one of the Laskhar masterminds Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi and his four associates who gave instructions to the 10 Pakistani attackers who sailed into India from Karachi.