Free Press Journal
  • When cycling turns into a family tradition

    Indore : Turning cycling into a family tradition, 39-year-old Tarun Mahajan cycles 25 kilometres with his wife Astha and daughters Nirali and Niyati, on weekends.

  • Narsingh Yadav flunks dope test, sees conspiracy bid

    New Delhi: India’s Olympic buildup was dealt a huge blow on Sunday as wrestler Narsingh Yadav, who was selected ahead of the celebrated Sushil Kumar, failed a dope test but insisted that the scandal that has jeopardised his Olympic participation is a conspiracy against him.

  • Ready, steady, go!

    Doors open at Athletes Village

  • This Muslim man keeps United States Hindu temple safe!

    Washington: A Mumbai-born Muslim police officer is the security in-charge of the largest Hindu temple in the Indianapolis city of US, setting an example of inter- faith cooperation and social harmony at a time when religious intolerance rhetoric is on the rise due to the election cycle. An eight-degree black-belt in Taekwondo and a kick boxing champion, Lt Javed Khan from the local police department is director of security at the Hindu

  • Power punch by SSKA

    Mumbai : Team of Shito Ryu Sports Karate And Kickboxing Association have participated in 30th MKBA Senior Maharashtra State Kickboxing Championship 2016 & Cadet open held at Mahatma Phule Krushi Vidyapeat, Rahuri, Ahmednagar from 15 to 17 July.

  • Concept of Partnership Firms by A N Shanbag

    This week, we shall examine the concept of a partnership firm – what are the advantages behind having a partnership as against any other legal structure, taxation and carry forward and set off of losses in respect of the same as also the tax deductions available to partnerships.

  • Prime Minister unveils Foundation Stone for revival of Fertilizer Unit

    Narendra Modi, Prime Minister paving the way for prosperity of farmers in India and making the urea available, unveiled the foundation stone, at Gorakhpur, for the revival of gas based Gorakhpur Fertilizer plant, implemented by ‘Hindustan Urvarak Rasayan Limited’ a joint venture between two of the biggest Maharatna CPSEs of the country – Coal India Limited (CIL), the flagship coal miner and NTPC Limited, the national power producer. Ram Naik, Governor, Uttar

  • Close win for Haryana

    Beat Mumbai to enter semi-final

  • Delhi win U19 title

    Mumbai : Maharashtra’s Aryaman Adik exhibited tremendous resilience and steady nerves to stave off a determined fight-back from Delhi’s Yash Bhargava to record a rewarding 3-2 win in an absorbing boys’ under-19 final in the Rs 6.5 lakh prize-money NSCI Indian Classic Junior Open Squash Championship 2016, an SRFI 4-Star sanctioned and an ASF Silver event, and which was conducted and hosted by NSCI and played at the NSCI glass-back courts on

  • Tanvi Gada , Anil Korvi shine

    Mumbai : Tanvi Gada and Anil Korvi came first in the women’s 18+ age group and men’s 18+ age group respectively in the fifth 10K Challenge, a 10 km run, an initiative of Run India Run, powered by the Wadhwa group and conducted under the aegis of Mumbai Suburban District Athletics Association. Tanvi took 41:23 minutes to finish the run while, Anil reached the finishing line at the Jio Garden in Bandra

  • Vikramaditya Kulkarni takes lead

    Mumbai : International Master and former National challenger champion, Vikramaditya Kulkarni (ELO 2420) with an all-win record has taken sole lead with 8 points at the end of the eighth round of the Kotak Mahindra Blitz Chess Championship which is being played at the Don Bosco High School, Borivali.

  • Grand Master Harika Dronavlli beat Ni Shiqun

    China : India’s young Grand Master Harika Dronavlli continued her brilliant run by winning her second game in the Chinese A Division Chess League here on Sunday. Playing for Team Shandong, she beat Ni Shiqun of Team Tianjing to put her side in a sting position after two days.

  • Double Delight

    Thailand : India’s Armaan Ebrahim along with Sri Lankan Dilantha Malagamuwa notched a fine double in the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Asia series here this weekend.

  • Purnah – Painting Show by S. Nagesh

    3rd solo show of paintings by Mumbai based well-known artist S. Nagesh. This show will be inaugurated by Shri Shankaranarayanan (renowned Mridangam Vidwan) at 5.30 pm. rdhanarishvara is a composite and erogenous form of Lord Shiva and his consort Parvati.

  • Setting it right – Career in Curriculum Planing

    These are the specialists on whom teachers rely on to mould their students – the curriculum planners. Knowledge provides a low down on a career in the field

  • Kareena, Jaidev top seeds

     Mumbai : Cricket Club of India’s (CCI) Kareena Madan is the top seed in the women’s singles and girls u-19 singles group while, Jaidev Menon, also of CCI, is the top seed in the boys’ u-17 and u-19 singles group in the Greater Mumbai District Badminton Championship 2016, jointly organized by Jitesh Padukone Shuttlers’ Academy and North Indian Association (NIA) under the auspices of Greater Mumbai Badminton Association (GMBA). The tournament will