Free Press Journal
  • Footballer dies of dengue

    Varanasi : A 29-year-old football player, who represented Indian team in 2010 that won gold medal in the South Asian games, died of dengue during her treatment here.

  • Jewellery sector seeks GST of 1.25% for gems, jewellery

    Mumbai : The gem and jewellery industry has sought GST of 1.25 per cent from the government for the sector besides zero duty on rough diamond imports, cut and polished diamonds exports and coloured gemstones.

  • Healthy heart for healthy life, says Dr V M Dedhia

    Heart disease is one of the major killers in India. It is predicted that by 2020, around 2.6 million Indians will die due to heart disease; which constitutes more than half the cases of death due to cardiovascular diseases in the world.

  • Western Railway outplay Central Secretariat

    Mumbai : Former champions Western Railway outplayed Central Secretariat 5-3 in the concluding Super Division match of the MHAL (Mumbai Hockey Association Limited) League – 2016, and played at the MHAL Mahindra Stadium, Churchgate, on Wednesday evening. For the Railway outfit the goals came through the efforts of Manjinder Singh (24th minute), Manpreet Singh (26th), Jaykaran (34th) and two goals from Malak Singh (47th and 56th), while Central Secretariat scored through Hasan

  • Honda plans more products for India, new SUV on radar

    Hyderabad : Japanese car major Honda plans to introduce new products, including SUV and bigger sedans, as well as add more features in future models to regain lost ground in the Indian market.

  • Serve up bone strength with right nutrition: Dr Archik

    Osteoporosis is a disease which weakens the bones, makes them fragile and increases the risk of a fracture. According to World Health Organization, one out of every three Indian women and one out of eight men suffer from osteoporosis, making India one of the largest affected countries in the world.

  • State boys’ and girls’ teams determined to go the distance

    Mumbai : The Maharashtra boys’ and girls’ teams are determined to produced an improved performance from last year and try for a podium finish in the “Societe Generale Junior (boys’ and girls’ under-18) National Rugby Sevens Championship 2016”, which will be played at the prestigious Bombay Gymkhana on Thursday, October 20 and Friday, October 21, 2016. The two-day event is being conducted by The Indian Rugby Football Union (IRFU) aka Rugby India,