Free Press Journal
  • Dhoni is my idol: Ahmed

    Kolkata : He idolises Mahendra Singh Dhoni as a cricketer and Pakistani wicketkeeper batsman Sarfraz Ahmed on Sunday said he would love to play the role of a finisher like MSD

  • Tudu Magic

    Services beat Maharashtra, retain title

  • Bagan beat Mumbai

    Kolkata : Leaders Mohun Bagan extended their stranglehold of the I-league with another clinical 2-0 win against Mumbai FC to maintain their dream unbeaten run in the football competition here on Sunday.

  • Serious injuries add to custody death mystery

    Mumbai : Serious head injuries and on other parts of the body were seen during the autopsy examination of a 24 year old youth who died while in jail custody at Arthur Road Jail on Saturday morning.

  • Bopanna-Mergea out

    Murray advance to third round

  • SIXTH title FOR Lin Dan

    Birmingham : Lin Dan earned his sixth All England badminton title when he routed Chinese teammate Tian Houwei 21-9, 21-10 in the final on Sunday.

  • Education Connect – Explorica at Sasmira

    The fourth annual management fest –Explorica 2016 in Sasmira’s Institute of management Studies & research  started March 4 with a formal inauguration by chief guest Marathi actor, director and producer Arun Nalawade. Also present was the guest of honour Ramesh More ,director of the National Award winning Marathi film ‘Champion’.

  • Pawan rallies past Bijlani

    Mumbai : Pawan Kohli of Khar Gymkhana rallied from trailing on two occasions to enter the final qualifying round in the second phase of the Matunga Gymkhana 6-Red Snooker Tournament on Sunday.

  • Tigers enter BIG league

    Dharamshala : Tamim Iqbal’s century powered Bangladesh qualify for the group stage by beating Oman by 54 runs in D/L method in a rain interrupted play in Dharamshala on Sunday.

  • Dutch pip IRELAND

    Dharamsala : Medium pacer Paul van Meekeren bagged a career-best four wicket haul as the Netherlands picked up an entertaining 12-run win over Ireland in a rain-hit dead rubber of the ICC World T20 qualifier here on Sunday.

  • Education Connect – International Women’s Day Celebration at VIT

    VIT University Chennai campus celebrated the International Women’s Day on March 10. Padma Vibhushan Dr. V. Shanta, Chairman, Adyar Cancer Institute was the chief guest accompanied by Kadhambari S. Viswanathan, Assistant Vice President, VIT University, Chennai. Dr. Shanta in her address paid tribute to Dr. Muthulakshmi, the pioneer and first woman to join the field of medicine. She recalled the way in which this pioneer set the trend for other women doctors,

  • ‘7 lakh employees to benefit from ESI schemes’

    The Employees’ State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) introduced a slew of reforms to improve social security and healthcare facilities across the country as part of its second generation reforms agenda-‘ESIC – 2.0’. Speaking to Dipta Joshi, Gaur Hari Das, Regional Director, Maharashtra, ESIC, elaborates on the Corporation’s growing reach and its plans for Maharashtra.

  • Education Connect – SIESCOMS Young Women Achievers 2016 in Sales & Marketing

    SIESCOMS celebrated International Women’s Day 2016 by hosting the second edition of Young Women Achievers Award 2016 in Sales and Marketing. This initiative has been undertaken by the SIESCOMS Marketing Club under the leadership of Prof. Vikram Parekh, Dean – Marketing. Under this initiative, 24 young corporate women achievers were honoured.

  • Valedictory evening at Anjuman-I-Islam’s Institute of Hotel Management & Catering Technology

    Anjuman-I-Islam’s Institute of Hotel Management & Catering Technology celebrates its 21st Valedictory eve on March 5, 2016 at its CST campus in Mumbai. Executive Chef Vikas Milhoutra of Taj Santacruz was the chief guest for the function along with Anjuman-I-Islam’s President Dr. Zahir Kazi and other management council members.

  • Education Connect – IIT Bombay celebrates 57th Foundation Day

    Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay) celebrated its 57th Foundation Day last week. On the occasion, Prof. Devang Khakhar, Director, IITB spoke at length about the achievements of the Institute.

  • Children Welfare Centre Trust -Education Hub

    Quality education is the foundation of the society. The children blessed with education of the highest quality qualify as better human beings and ensure that the message of Universal citizenship remains strong. With this very intention, the elite citizens of the city pledged their effort and insights to set up Children Welfare Centre. It offers advanced education programmes within the city’s ever expanding geographical and cosmopolitan extent. Registered under the Public Trust

  • Dalai Lama returns back to Dharamsala after treatment

    Dharamsala: Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama on Sunday returned to his official residence here after a month-long treatment at Mayo Clinic in US, a statement said. Hundreds of Tibetan and non-Tibetan devotees offered warm welcome to the Dalai Lama with flowers and traditional Tibetan scarves.