Free Press Journal
  • Hindu Undivided Family (HUF) – 1

    There was a time when an HUF was useful as a tax-saving device. Now that it is possible to save tax on investible funds irrespective of the size, thanks to shares, convertible debentures and equity-based MF schemes (no DDT, no LTCG and tax-free dividend), the utility of HUF has become considerably diluted.

  • Dominance continues

    Kohli anchors India to 6-wicket win over NZ, lead series 1-0

  • Pakistan end Bravo vigil to regain command

    Dubai : Pakistan removed the obdurate Darren Bravo late on the third day of the first day-night Test to reinvigorate their cause after a dogged West Indies batting display in Dubai.

  • ICC to make DRS presentation to BCCI

    India is the only cricket playing national to have not accepted the DRS in present form after being the first to experiment with the technology in 2008.

  • Waves and Rocks

    ‘Waves and Rocks’, an exhibition of paintings by Mumbai based artist Vidya Tara. Speaking about her work, Vidya says: “I heard the old men say all that’s beautiful drifts away like the waters.” – William Butler Yeats. Indeed it’s true and even the most beautiful of all, the water itself, also drifts away.

  • Shaun Marsh hamstring injury hits Australia plans

    Melbourne: In what could be a major setback to Australia, opening batsman Shaun Marsh is in doubt for the Perth Test against South Africa after suffering from a hamstring injury during a domestic one-day cup match this weekend.

  • Ripping yarn tells tale of Novak Djokovic in crisis

    Shanghai : Novak Djokovic’s problems came to an explosive head at the Shanghai Masters and the Serb now faces being knocked off world number one if he can’t find a quick solution.

  • Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray to visit Modi’s bastion soon

    New Delhi : His ties with saffron ally BJP under strain, Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray will visit Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s constituency Varanasi soon, amid clear indications that the party would contest next year’s assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh.

  • Maharashtra take lead despite Rishabh Pant’s triple ton

    Mumbai : Diminutive Delhi stumper Rishabh Pant slammed a brilliant triple hundred but it went in vain as Maharashtra took the all-important first innings lead in the Ranji Trophy Group B match that ended in a draw here on Sunday.

  • Sourabh Verma clinches Chinese Chinese Taipei Open

    Taipei City : On a comeback trail after recovering from a series of injuries, Sourabh Verma on Sunday clinched the men’s singles title at the Chinese Taipei Open after defeating Malaysia’s Daren Liew in the summit clash of the USD 55,000 Grand Prix tournament here.

  • Kalina United tame Egyptian Boys 4-0

    Mumbai : Kalina United struck prime form to register a comfortable 4-0 win against Egyptian Boys in a Men’s Open 8th round match of the 16th Kalina Football League, organised by the Our Lady of Egypt Parish Church Sports Committee, and played at the Our Lady of Egypt Church ground, Kalina.

  • Donald-Trump

    Donald Trump declares himself friend of Hindus and Indians

    Edison, New Jersey : Declaring that he will be a “true friend of the Indian and Hindu community”, US presidential candidate Donald Trump contrasted the growth rates of India and the US and praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a “pro-growth leader” with whom he will like to work.

  • Folk Galore 2

    ‘Folk Galore 2’, an exhibition of paintings and sculptures by Mumbai, Kolhapur, Satara based three well-known artists Satyajeet Varekar, Santaji Chougule, Trupti Dahibavkar. Satyajeet Varekar hailing from rural place is a very versatile artist well-known for his realistic paintings. The tradition and culture of the rural life has etched memories on his mind. To relive those childhood memories, Varekar has been painting Nandi for more than a decade.

  • Steady Aditi Ashok finishes tied-8th for fourth straight Top-10

    Xiamen (China) : Aditi Ashok maintained her Top-10 streak with another superb and steady round as she returned one-under 71 for a total of six-under and finish Tied-8th at the Xiamen International Ladies Open here on Sunday.