Free Press Journal
  • The Break Builders win inaugural Smooker Premier League

    Mumbai : The Break Builders produced some master-class performances to emerge champions of the LIC-Snooker Premier League – 2016, organized by BSAM (Billiards & Snooker Association of Maharashtra). In the summit clash, The Break Builders were on a roll and hardly brooked much opposition from Royal Strikers to register a convincing 3-0 win in the best-of-5-game contest, at the Garware Club House on Saturday evening.

  • Developed nations emitting more carbon than India: CJI

    New Delhi : Developed nations are emitting more carbon than developing countries like India, Chief Justice of India T S Thakur on Saturday said while emphasising the importance of international law as a very “effective instrument” for protection of human rights and environment.

  • A damaged BMW car driven by Siddhart Maharia (inset) son of Rajasthan's MLA Nandkishore Maharia hit an autorickshaw and Police PCR van in Jaipur on Friday.

    BMW driven by MLA’s son kills three in Jaipur

    Jaipur : A speeding BMW car belonging to BJP MLA Nand Kishor Maharia and allegedly being driven by his son Siddharth Maharia rammed into an autorickshaw and then into a police van killing four persons here on Friday night. Four injured were policemen on patrol duty in the night.

  • Railway junking cardboard tickets

    New Delhi : Rush to any small railway station to buy the cardboard tickets for preserving them like the rare postal stamps. The Railways have decided to completely withdraw issue of these tickets from August 1.

  • Giggs leaves Man United

    “It’s a huge decision for me to step away from the club that has been my life since 14. It’s time for a new chapter and a new challenge. I’m excited about the future.”  (more…)

  • Monsoon rains lash Delhi, other states

    New Delhi: Heavy rains lashed several parts of India as monsoon made its entry into Delhi and other states on Saturday even as the toll in a landslide in Arunachal Pradesh rose to 10 while ten rivers in Uttarkhand were in spate a day after it was hit by a cloudburst which has claimed at least 15 lives.

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    Mamata cracks whip on party, cautions against infighting

    Kolkata: Cracking the whip against infighting in Trinamool Congress, party head and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday asked a section of its leaders to stop indulging in it and stay from syndicate business. “Mamata Banerjee today stressed on maintaining discipline in the party and asked a section of leaders to stay away from infighting and convey this message to the grassroots level,” a senior party leader who was present

  • Wales Make Waves

    Reach historic semi-final, trounce Belgium 3-1

  • Congress puts Bansal also on Punjab duty

    Bansal, a 4-time MP, had to resign as the railway minister in 2013 on account of alleged corruption by his nephew while operating from his official residence (more…)

  • France wary of Iceland pitfall

    Paris : Didier Deschamps’ France will be wary of falling victim to the same trap that ensnared England as the Euro 2016 hosts take on rank outsiders Iceland for a place in the semi-finals today.