Free Press Journal
  • Chinese antipathy towards India

    China’s renewed veto to stall New Delhi’s appeal to the United Nations to label Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar a terrorist has understandably caused consternation in India. This country strongly believes on the basis of evidence that Masood Azhar was behind the Pathankot terror attack and needs to be brought to book. With all attempts to cajole Pakistan to take action against Azhar having failed, the UN route was considered apt to punish this

  • St. Francis win over Xavier’s

    Mumbai : St. Francis D’Assisi’s ever-smiling Neel Soni was in his element as he scored twice in the first half to steer his team past St. Xavier’s (Borivali) in the boys U-17 quarter-finals of the DSO Mumbai Suburban District level Inter-School Football Tournament, organized by Vision Sports Reconnect and Fairplay Sports Management at at St Francis D’Assisi Ground, Borivali on Wednesday.

  • Pawar scripts Central Railway’s win

    Mumbai : Rajendra Pawar notched up the first hat-trick of the tournament to ensure Central Railway took off on the right track, by coasting to a convincing 6-2 win against Abhi Foundation in a Super Division match of the MHAL (Mumbai Hockey Association Limited) League – 2016, and played at the MHAL Mahindra Stadium, Churchgate on Wednesday.

  • Mumbai man electrocuted to death

    Mumbai: In a bizarre incident, a 30 year old man was electrocuted to death when he came near a high tension wire near his house at Mulund recently.

  • Thane police solves motor vehicle theft worth Rs 8.6 lakhs

    Mumbai: The Wagle Estate police in Thane solved a motor vehicle theft worth Rs 8,67,000. According to the police,” The accused have been identified as Indal Dhansingh Aade(27) and Sunil Vijay Rathod(32).The duo Indal and Sunil are both history-sheeters.”