Free Press Journal
  • Usain Bolt Jolt

    Enters 200m semis with ease

  • COPACABANA WAVES

    Giant camera crash brings chaos

  • BSNL to give private telecom companies a run for their money

    BHOPAL : Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd is all set to give a tough time to private telecom service providers in the state in coming months. The company is going to established 1,100 ‘hotspots’ in the state and the 3-G network will be strengthened. The proposed hotspots would initially be free of cost and charges would be levied later.

  • Vyapam scam: CBI again fails to submit status report in SC

    BHOPAL : The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) investigating the Vyapam scam has once again failed to submit the status report in the Supreme Court. The report had to be submitted on August 17. The CBI has asked for a new date in the month of September.

  • Tough task awaits Srikanth

    Rio de Janeiro : India’s shuttler Kidambi Srikanth will face an enormous task of beating two-time Olympic gold medallist and five-time world champion Lin Dan of China in the quarter-finals of the men’s singles event at the Rio Olympics here today.

  • Hirandandani scam: Wiser after the scam, Govt writing transplant norms

    Mumbai: Even as the government representative on Tuesday appeared in front of the inquiry committee in connection with the kidney scam, the state health minister has announced that a set of Standard Operating Procedures will be prepared on this issue.

  • Kaushal Silva dims OZ hopes

    Colombo : A gritty century from Kaushal Silva gave Sri Lanka a commanding 288-run second innings lead on Tuesday, dimming Australia’s hopes of a consolation win in the third and final Test in Colombo.

  • Arun Jaitley

    Finance Minister Arun Jaitley may skip SAARC meet in Pakistan

    New Delhi : With India-Pakistan bilateral relations in tatters, there is a fall out for multilateral ties as well. Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is likely to skip a meeting of finance ministers of the regional grouping SAARC that is scheduled in Islamabad for August 25-26th.

  • England drop Vince

    London : England dropped struggling batsman James Vince for their one-day international series against Pakistan, it was announced on Tuesday. But they have recalled fit-again Durham duo Ben Stokes and Mark Wood into a 15-man squad which also features a call-up for Vince’s Hampshire team-mate Liam Dawson, yet to make his ODI debut.

  • Mahesh Mangaonkar, Ravi Dixit in semis

    Mumbai : Men’s top seed Mahesh Mangaonkar and second seed Ravi Dixit eased into the semi-finals, in the JSW 41st Bombay Gymkhana Maharashtra State Open Squash Championships, on Tuesday.

  • Four bodies dug up at Dr Death’s Satara farmhouse

    Satara : The Maharashtra Police on Tuesday said they had found bodies of four of the six people murdered in cold blood by a self-confessed medico, Santosh Pol.

  • Costa late goal gifts coach Conte win on Chelsea debut

    London : Striker Diego Costa’s late goal in the 89th minute helped new coach Antonio Conte begin his Chelsea tenure with a 2-1 win over West Ham in their English Premier League opener.

  • Much more to come, says Antonio Conte

    Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte insisted that there is much more to come from star Eden Hazard and his side after they defeated West Ham United to kick off their English Premier League (EPL) football season in style.

  • Barca, Sevilla to make change

    Barcelona : FC Barcelona and Sevilla will both make changes when the second leg of the Spanish Supercup football trophy is held at the Camp Nou Stadium here on Wednesday.

  • BCCI seeks review of SC’s July 19 order

    New Delhi : BCCI on Tuesday filed a petition in Supreme Court seeking review of its July 18 verdict in which it had accepted most recommendations of the R M Lodha panel on reforms in the cricketing body, saying the bench headed by Chief Justice T S Thakur had “a prejudiced approach” against it and he should recuse from hearing the matter.

  • Anjali Siripuram upset top seeded Maitreyee Gogate

    Mumbai : Unseeded Aanjali Siripuram of LIC knocked out Top seeded Maitreyee Gogate in a straight games encounter 25-16, 25-13 to enter quarterfinal round of the Women Singles event in 52nd Maharashtra state and inter district Carrom championship.