Free Press Journal
  • When a 12-year old girl shook Gopichand…

    Mumbai : It took a while for India’s star P Gopichand to realise that we seldom pay importance to the basics of the game while expecting way too much from a player.

  • Organised jewellery retailers to see 12% growth in FY17:Ind-Ra

    Mumbai : Organised jewellery retailers are likely to witness a 10-12 per cent topline growth in this financial year mainly on account of higher number of weddings coupled with less obstacles on the regulatory front which will drive volumes, India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) said.

  • Dynamos play friendlies in Sweden

    New Delhi : Delhi Dynamos FC will play three friendly football matches in Sweden against Swedish national clubs, the Indian Super League (ISL) franchise announced on Tuesday.

  • CCTV at 17 Konkan Railway Stations

    New Delhi : Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu on Monday inaugurated the IP-based video surveillance system for 17 railway stations on the Konkan Railway with 30 days of recording facility at the central control room at Madgaon.

  • Cos see 5G technology as game changer

    New Delhi: Next generation 5G mobile technology is seen as an innovation engine by executives in key industries, a report by Swedish communication technology firm Ericsson said on Tuesday.  Ericsson’s report captured the opinions of more than 650 executives globally from the eight key industries most likely to be impacted by 5G — automotive, utilities, public safety, high-tech manufacturing, Internet/digital natives, healthcare, financial services and media/gaming, reports IANS.

  • Petronet LNG net up 55% in June quarter

    During the quarter ended June 30, 2016 (current quarter), the Petronet LNG’s Dahej terminal has operated at around 130 per cent of its name plate capacity. The volume of 165 TBTU regasified at the Dahej terminal at 11 per cent increase as compared to previous quarter and 77 percent increase as compared to the corresponding quarter.

  • Kush Govil’s hat-trick in Cambridge’s win

    Mumbai : Kush Govil’s hat-trick featured in Cambridge (Kandivali)’s 5-0 hammering of St. Joseph”s (Orlem) from group ‘A’ on way to last 16 in the under-14  DSO’s (Divisional Sports Office)’s Mumbai Suburban (Taluka) Football tournament at St. Francis D’Assisi ground, Borivali, here. It was a day with as many as three of the eight matches scheduled were decided on tie-breakers. After Adit Singh an took over and  struck thrice in quick succession