Free Press Journal
  • Indian eves lose 1-2 to Britain in hockey

    Marlow : The Indian women’s hockey team suffered its second successive loss, going down 1-2 to Great Britain in the ongoing five-match series here.

  • This cycle can go upto 40 km without pedalling

    Mumbai : Sushil Reddy, an IIT alumni will be starting a 70-day and 7000 km bicycle ride across five states to spread awareness on the potential of solar energy.  The cycle he will be riding on is not any ordinary cycle either – it is most appropriately, a solar bicycle. Alumni of IIT’s Energy Science and Engineering department, Sushil had been designing it for the past 6 months.

  • Pakistan thump India to retain Asian Kabaddi Cup

    Karachi :  Defending champions Pakistan retained the Asian Kabaddi Championship title after convincingly defeating arch rivals India by 50-31 in the final match of the tournament near Islamabad on Friday evening.

  • 4 ‘Jaish’ suspects freed due to lack of evidence

    New Delhi : Four of the 10 suspected Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) members, detained five days ago, have been freed due to lack of any evidence of ties to the banned Pakistan-based terror outfit and involvement in any terror activities, Delhi Police said on Saturday.

  • Twin sisters, Aarti and Jyoti rewrite records

    Mumbai:  It was yet another eye-catching display by the Patil twin sisters – Aarti and Jyoti. Both set new marks in 200m individual medley and 50m breast stroke events respectively in  the Sub-junior and junior Aquatic meet at Tata Swimming Pool, Chembur, on Saturday. Overall, there were 14 individual  new records rewritten in the first two days.

  • Footballer dies during game

    Bucharest : Cameroonian international Patrick Ekeng has died after collapsing on the pitch during a match with his Romanian club Dinamo Bucharest, the club has confirmed.

  • Goa MLA rape case: Woman who ‘brokered deal’ arrested

    Panaji: Goa police on Saturday arrested a woman who allegedly “sold” a 16-year-old girl to the expelled Congress legislator Atanasio Monserratte after she surrendered before the Crime Branch here on Saturday.