Free Press Journal
  • Rooney eyeing Euro Cup return

    London : Manchester United skipper Wayne Rooney, who is recovering from his knee injury, is confident of regaining full fitness in time to help his side making a top-four Premier League finish as well as to lead England’s attack in Euro 2016 campaign.

  • hockey

    Indian hockey teams to tour OZ in November

    Melbourne: The Indian hockey team will play a four-nation tournament at the State Netball and Hockey Centre here from November 22 to 27, also comprising hosts Australia, Malaysia and a yet to confirmed team.

  • WADA to consider new inquiries

    Lausanne : The World Anti-Doping Agency is prepared to open new inquiries into suspected systematic doping in Russian sports and other countries.

  • No political motives behind ban

    Moscow : The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) denied on Tuesday that politics was behind its decision to include meldonium in the banned substances list. On Saturday, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich said that WADA’s decision to ban meldonium was somewhat poliatically motivated and that Russia would officially request the results of WADA’s investigation into the substance, reports Xinhua.

  • SSKKA Bag 3 Gold in Budo

    Mumbai : Students of Shito Ryu Sports Karate & Kickboxing Association Bagged 3 Gold 6 Silver & 9 Bronze Medals under the guidance of Shihan Umesh G Murkar in the Budo Meyor Chashak, organized by Budo Association  of Maharashtra held at Om Samarth Bharat Vyayam Mandir, Mahim, Mumbai on March 13th.

  • Sunit Jadhav crowned MR. INDIA

    Mumbai : Sunit Jadhav of Maharashtra was crowned Mr. India at the National Bodybuilding Championships held in Roha on Sunday night. The women’s title was won by Sarita Devi of Manipur.

  • New advancements in oral health care

    For the first time in the field of dentistry, Curcumin – a concentrated extract of turmeric with its excellent therapeutic effects has made its way as a pastille for preventive oral health care. This first of its kind pastille christened ‘Dennkur’ was launched in Mumbai recently and will be available with dentists across the country.

  • RailTel to develop Railway Display Network at stations

    RailTel Corporation of India Ltd. has been given the mandate to develop the Railway Display Network (RDN) in railway stations across the country which envisages around 100000 digital display screens across 2000+ railway stations.

  • Religare Capital strengthens leadership team with key hires

    Religare Capital Markets Limited (RCML), the Investment Banking and Institutional Equities arm of diversified financial services group Religare Enterprises Limited (REL), announced the appointments of Varun Lohchab as Managing Director & Head of Research and Sanjay Vaid as Director & Head of Cash Sales Trading.

  • Lack of organ for transplant is a medical emergency

    “Today’s status of cadaver organ donation is a perfect example of public insensitivity reaching to the level of cruelty. It is ridicules to count cadaver donation in 10s and 20s when every year around 95 lacks sources of organs are burnt or buried along with the hopes of billions of sufferers.

  • Haria halts Saigal in a 4-3 thriller

    Mumbai : Dhwaj Haria of Ahmedabad halted Nikhil Saigal of Khar Gymkhana in a 4-3 thriller, as the elite round of 32 got underway, in the Matunga Gymkhana 6-Red Snooker Tournament on Tuesday.

  • 65 lakh tonnes of pulses need to be imported this year, saysPaswan

    New Delhi :  India needs to import 65 lakh tonnes of pulses this year to meet the domestic shortfall, Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan said today and assured that the government will not allow prices to rise in any circumstances.

  • Jimmy Shergill at Atharva’s cultural fest RHYTHM 2016

    Varsha Rane, Trustee of Atharva Group of Institute welcomed Jimmy Shergill who along with director Amitabha Singh attended Rhythm’s theme event ‘Curtain Call’. Jimmy was seen promoting his forthcoming children adventurous film ‘Shortcut Safari’.

  • HealthCare Global Enterprises raises Rs 292 crore

    New Delhi :  Ahead of its IPO, cancer-care network operator HealthCare Global Enterprises (HCG) has raised Rs 292 crore through issue of shares to 11 anchor investors, including International Finance Corporation. HealthCare Global Enterprises has allotted 1,34,10,000 equity shares at Rs 218 per share aggregating to Rs 292.34 crore to 11 anchor investors, the company said in a statement on Tuesday.