Free Press Journal

    Manchester United face third straight defeat after losing miserably to Watford 3-1

  • Rio stages final show in shadow of tragedy

    Rio De Janeiro : Rio on Sunday closes Paralympic Games that many feared would be a fiasco but which turned into a triumph, though marred in the final hours by the death of an Iranian cyclist.

  • 3 golds for India in Shooting

    Azerbaijan : Young Indian shooter Subhankar Pramanick clinched the gold medal in 50-metre rifle prone event at the ISSF Junior World Cup for pistol, rifle and shotgun on Sunday.

  • Water supply affected as two pumps at Gambhir Dam out of order

    Ujjain ” Residents of old Ujjain city have been facing a severe shortage of potable water owing to malfunction of two pumps at the intake wells of the city’s main supply source, Gambhir Dam. Despite assurances from the PHE department, regular water supply has not been restored.

  • Singapore swing

    Singapore : Nico Rosberg led from beginning to end to win the 2016 Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday and re-take the lead of the Formula One Drivers’ World Championship from his teammate Lewis Hamilton.

  • Where’s the proof, Pakistan rebuts charge

    Islamabad : Pakistan on Sunday rejected as “totally baseless and irresponsible” allegations by India that it was behind the terrorist attack in Jammu and Kashmir’s Uri that killed 17 Indian soldiers, saying India has a “history of blaming Pakistan” immediately after a terror strike.

  • India blanked

    Spain end Davis Cup campaign 5-0

  • Counsel queries

    Media after BCom

  • Sourabh loses in final

    Leuven : Indian shuttler Sourabh Varma fell at the final hurdle as he lost to Lucas Corvee of France in straight sets in the summit clash of the Belgian International badminton tournament here.

  • Dipa’s aim in Tokyo

    Kolkata : Ace Indian gymnast Dipa Karmakar, who finished a historic fourth in Rio Olympics vault, aspires to beat reinging Olympic champion Simone Biles of US in Tokyo Games four years later.

  • Mayuresh Kelkar, Dey champs

    Mumbai : Mayuresh Kelkar of Indian Express and Swagata Dey of Reliance Industries bagged the top honours winning the men’s and women’s singles titles respectively in the 3rd edition of the 11Even Sports Inter-Corporate TT tournament promoted by NSportz and played at the Khar Gymkhana on Sunday.

  • Another podium for Armaan Ebrahim

    Fuji : India’s Armaan Ebrahim enjoyed a mixed weekend as he, along with Sri Lankan team-mate Dilantha Malagamuwa finished first in his class and second Overall on Saturday before scrambling to a hard-fought fourth in the next outing today in the fifth round of the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Asia series here.

  • Ravindra Kotiyan rolls on

    Mumbai : Ravindra Kotiyan and Raegan Albuquerque won exciting back-to-back ties to storm into the youth boys and men’s semi-finals, in the JVPG Mumbai Suburban District Ranking Table Tennis Tournament, at the Juhu Vile Parle Gymkhana, on Sunday.

  • Fisher cruises into final

    Mumbai : Former women’s world No. 1 Kelly Fisher of England fashioned a comfortable semi-final win to sail into the championship round, in the Otters Club All India 9-Ball Pool Tournament, on Sunday.

  • Techithon’16 at Atharva College

    The theme of Techithon’16 at Atharva College is ‘Marizona’ which comes from the word ‘maritime’, meaning everything related to seas, ships, ports and so on.