Free Press Journal
  • Kei Nishikori VS Novak Djoko in final

    Miami : Japanese No.6 seed Kei Nishikori rolled to a 6-3, 7-5 victory over Australian rising star Nick Kyrgios and will square off against Serbian World No.1 and top seed Novak Djokovic in the Miami Open tennis final.

  • Ratchanok Intanon, Momota win at india Open

    New Delhi : Top Thai shuttler Ratchanok Intanon pocketed her second Yonex-Sunrise India Open Super Series title with a straight-game victory over Olympic champion Li Xuerui in the the women’s singles final at the Siri Fort Sports Complex on Sunday.

  • Air France mutiny over headscarves

    Paris: There is a near mutiny among the Air France stewardesses, who are livid at being ordered to wear headscarves in Tehran when the airline resumes the service later this month. Female members of flight crews have been ordered to cover their hair once they disembark in Tehran and unions are demanding that the flights be made voluntary for women.

  • Trimbakeshwar shrine bars men, too, in the sanctum

    Nashik: The Trimbakeshwar Temple authorities on Sunday imposed a restriction on men’s entry, too, into the sanctum sanctorum of the Lord Shiva shrine in order to provide “equal treatment” to both the genders, a trustee said. The decision, which takes effect from Monday, comes in the wake of the Bombay High Court order that women must be given access to temples wherever men have a right to pray.

  • Shinganapur temple row: Contempt move, now

    Pune : A day after being denied entry into the inner sanctum of Shani Shinganapur temple in Maharashtra, Bhumata Ranragini Brigade president Trupti Desai has said she is planning to file a “contempt of court” case against Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and the state government.

  • Devendra Fadnavis

    Maha CM clarifies jibe but does not clear air

    Mumbai : Having successfully set the cat among the pigeons, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Sunday made a half-hearted attempt to clarify his Saturday’s statement at a rally in Nashik that those who refuse to chant ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’ have no right to live in India.

  • India ‘secures’ release of four IS bound men

    New Delhi: India has “secured” the release of four Indians from Syria, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said on Sunday. The four Indians were arrested by the Syrian government in January when they were on their way to join the ISIS. The four persons were identified as:

  • National Maritime Day to be held on April 5

    April 05th is celebrated as India’s National Maritime Day. On this day in 1919 navigation history was created when SS Loyalty, the first ship of the Scindia Steam Navigation Company, journeyed to the United Kingdom.

  • Education Connect – Blood donation camp at ARMIET

    Alamuri Ratnamala Institute of Engineering & Technology (ARMIET) hosted a blood donation camp organized by Lions International at its Shahapur campus last week. The students, staff and management participated.

  • ‘I For India’ march for UN permanent seat

    The youth asks, 68 years of Independence, of free will, of free speech, but are we free?  India houses the world’s largest youth population, the second most populous country in the world. India is a nation which stands third in terms of military might.