Free Press Journal
  • Nico Rosberg twists knife with victory in Japan

    Suzuka : Nico Rosberg romped to victory at the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday, piling more pressure on Lewis Hamilton as he closes in on a first Formula One world title.

  • Force India extend lead

    Fourth-placed Force India extended their lead over closest rival Williams to 10 points by recording a double points finish. Sergio Perez, who started from fifth on the grid, came home in seventh place ahead of teammate Nico Hulkenberg, who finished eighth after starting ninth on the grid.

  • Anindith Reddy, Terry steal the show

    Coimbatore : On a day that internationally renowned stunt driver Terry Grant dazzled Coimbatore’s racing fans, Anindith Reddy of Hyderabad emerged as a star himself, springing to the top of the ladder in the Euro JK 16 event at the 19th JK Tyre-FMSCI National Racing Championship here on Sunday. He now shares the lead with Ananth Shanmugam in the tussle for the title with 76 points.

  • Republicans go down

    Mumbai : Debutants Bombay Republicans dished out another gallant display and were unfortunate to concede a goal from a penalty stroke at the death and went down fighting 1-2 to Western Railway in a Super Division match of the MHAL (Mumbai Hockey Association Limited) League – 2016, and played at the MHAL Mahindra Stadium, Churchgate, on Sunday evening.

  • Samrudhi Rovalekar, Darvesh Mohd top in 100m sprint

    Mumbai : Samrudhi Rovalekar, of Udayachal school, and Darvesh Mohd, of Jai Hind college, won the 100m sprint for their respective girls under-16 and boys under-18 events on the 2nd Sunday Mornings Athletics meet, organized by  Mumbai University in association with the India Masters Athletics  at the University Stadium, Marine lines on Sunday.

  • Mumbai spared of Maratha morcha

    The last such event will be organised in front of the CM’s residence in Nagpur

  • Health issues killed 740 tribal students

    Mumbai : Over 740 students studying in residential schools across Maharashtra have died due to malnutrition and other health related issues in the last 10 years, according to an internal report of the Maharashtra government’s tribal development department. There are a total of 552 residential schools for tribal children in the state run by the department.

  • Kannan Subramaniam emerges victorious

    Chennai : Local lad Kannan Subramaniam led a 1-2-3 sweep of TVS Racing team by winning both the races in the Super Sport Indian 165cc class with team-mates Jagan Kumar and Harry Sylvester in toe as the curtain came down on the fourth round of the MRF MMSC FMSCI Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship at the MMRT track, Sriperumbudur, near here on Sunday.

  • Domestic Violence Act: Even women can be prosecuted

    New Delhi : In a landmark verdict, the Supreme Court has widened the scope of the Domestic Violence Act by ordering deletion of the words “adult male” from it, paving the way for prosecution of women and even non-adults for subjecting a woman relative to violence and harassment. The apex court has ordered striking down of the two

  • Nayan Chatterjee Sets Eyes On Final Showdown

    Mumbai : Nayan Chatterjee endured a trying weekend in Round 3 of the JK Tyre FMSCI National Racing Championship in Coimbatore that saw him finish 3 of the 4 races in fourth place and a retirement in Round 4. Despite the setback, Nayan continues to remain in the top 3 overall in the Euro JK16 series, and will look to improve his position in the final round of the championship at Noida.

  • Keisha Jhaveri upsets top seed Hardee Patel

    Mumbai : Fourth seed Keisha Jhaveri shocked midget girls’ top seed Hardee Patel, Ashwin Subramanian upset junior boys second seed Raegan Albuquerque, while Aditi Sinha remained on course for a second triple crown, in the Matunga Gymkhana 4-Star Mumbai District Ranking Table Tennis Tournament on Sunday.