Free Press Journal
  • Just two good

    Zimbabwe beat Men in Blue in first T20I

  • Congress a ‘sinking’ ship, has no future: Rajnath

    Bilaspur (C’garh) : Senior BJP leader and Home Minister Rajnath on Saturday described Congress as a “sinking ship”, saying many people want to leave such a ‘vessel’ as it has no future.

  • Minister Jain performs Bhumi Poojan of new school building

    Ujjain : School education minister of the state, Paras Jain performed Bhumi Poojan of the Government Nootan Girls Higher Secondary School building, here at Indira Nagar on Saturday.

  • Silver for Blues

    Gutsy India lose to Australia in final

  • Sheila seeks Punjab job to take on Kejri

    New Delhi : Former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit (78) is itching to be the Congress general secretary in-charge of Punjab to take on Arvind Kejriwal and warn people of Punjab to beware how he fooled Delhi people “promising the moon, freebies and all false promises.”

  • Mahendra Singh Dhoni praises Neville

    Harare : Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who has taken his side past the finishing line with his assured batting in crunch situations, found the last delivery bowled by Zimbabwe paceman Neville Madziva to be a “brilliant” one.

  • BCCI suspends GCA officials

    New Delhi  : The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Saturday issued notice to Goa Cricket Association (GCA) President Chetan Desai and Secretary Vinod Phadke, who were recently arrested for alleged financial fraud.

  • Federer stunned

    19-year old Alexander causes upset

  • MCI clearance needed for medical education abroad

    New Delhi : The Government has restored an old provision requiring an eligibility certificate from the Medical Council of India (MCI) before going abroad for medical education. The MCI will issue the certificate only after examining the candidate’s educational certificates.

  • Indian boxers Satish Kumar Advances

    Baku  : Indian boxers Satish Kumar (+91kg) and Sumit Sangwan (81kg) registered easy wins over their respective opponents to enter the second round of the World Olympic Qualification tournament.

  • AIIMS docs remove rod from a man’s body, save his life

    New Delhi : Doctors at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences have removed an iron rod which had pierced the body of a 30-year-old man who had fallen on it at an under-construction building in south east Delhi.

  • Shotgun again backs Varun Gandhi as BJP’s UP face

    Patna : BJP MP Shatrughan Sinha on Saturday once again floated the name of Varun Gandhi as the party’s face in Uttar Pradesh, where elections are scheduled for next year.

  • Andy Murray in final

    London: Andy Murray moved a step closer to a record fifth Queen’s Club title as the defending champion battled into the final with a 6-3 4-6 6-3 victory over Marin Cilic on Saturday. Murray was pushed hard by Cilic but eventually subdued the Croatian in a tense two-hour semi-final and will face Canadian third seed Milos Raonic or Australia’s Bernard Tomic for the trophy on Sunday. The 29-year-old Scot’s primary aim is

  • Stalin rejects reports of rift with Karunanidhi

    Chennai: DMK treasurer and Opposition Leader in Tamil Nadu assembly M K Stalin ON Saturday rejected reports of differences with his father and party chief M Karunanidhi, as he charged arch rival AIADMK with trying to create confusion among DMK workers.

  • Mar Thoma School organises felicitation, dedication prog

    Indore : Mar Thoma Schools, Indore organised a dedication programme for its staff in its premises at Sukhliya. Bishop of the Delhi Diocese of Mar Thoma Church and the chairman of the St Thomas Educational and Welfare Society Gregorios Mar Stephanos Episcopa inaugurated the programme by lighting the lamp. While addressing the gathering, he highlighted the significance of teachers in students’ life. The senior principal and manager of Mar Thoma Schools, Fr

  • Dalit sisters abused, arrested in false case

    Thalassery (Ker) : The arrest of two Dalit sisters, daughters of a local Congress leader, for allegedly attacking a CPI(M) activist here has kicked up a row in Kerala with Congress and BJP attacking the LDF government over the issue, even as a local court granted them bail on Saturday.