Free Press Journal
  • Weak global cues pull Sensex down by 349.39 points

    Mumbai : Weak global cues, such as uncertainty over US presidential elections and the US Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) decision, depressed the Indian equity markets on Wednesday, reports IANS. Both the key indices witnessed intense selling pressure and closed the day’s trade with losses of more than one per cent each.

  • Remove anomalies across sectors before GST rollout: Report

    New Delhi : Sharp anomalies in the taxation structure across different industries such as telecom, tobacco and textiles should be addressed as the country moves towards the goods and services tax (GST) regime, said a paper submitted to the GST Council, reports PTI.

  • OROP: What happened to protester Grewal?

    New Delhi: An ex-army man who was part of the protest to demand “One Rank One Pension” for the armed forces committed suicide by consuming poison on Tuesday evening in a park here, the police said on Wednesday.

  • Ex-army man commits suicide over OROP; Rahul, Kejriwal tear into Modi

    New Delhi: The alleged suicide of an army veteran over the OROP issue on Wednesday snowballed into a huge political showdown in the capital with Rahul Gandhi being detained twice by the Delhi police amid high drama and the movement of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal restricted.

  • Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj Ji

    Right Values- Right Culture

    History has recorded horrid accounts of individuals and communities who made successful or unsuccessful attempts to capture or usurp power or to dominate neighbouring or far-flung sections of society through the use of the might of military arsenals and by indulging in heinous crimes, bloodshed, butchery and great devastation in the process.

  • AVENGED!

    Guardilo’s Manchester City stun Barcelona 3-1

  • Zinedine Zidane looks for more from Real Madrid

    Warsaw : Zinedine Zidane takes charge of his 100th match as a coach when Real Madrid face Legia Warsaw behind closed doors in Poland on Wednesday seeking to seal their place in the Champions League last 16.

  • Hardik Pandya gets maiden call

    Mumbai : All-rounder Hardik Pandya was the lone new face even as senior speedster Ishant Sharma made a comeback, after recovering from Chikungunya, in the 15-member Indian Test squad announced on Wednesday for the first two matches against England starting November 9 in Rajkot.

  • End Of Saina Nehwal ?

    “It is okay, many people will think my career will end and I won’t come back. I also think somewhere deep in my heart that maybe it is the end of my career, so let’s see how it is. You never know.”

  • Indian shuttler Pratul Joshi wins maiden title

    New Delhi : Young Indian shuttler Pratul Joshi clinched his maiden international title by notching up a hard-fought win over Aditya Joshi in the finals of the USD 17,500 Bahrain International Challenge badminton tournament at Segayya in Bahrain.

  • Mumbai steal a point from Chennai

    Chennai : Substitute Leo Costa scored a screamer with just two minutes left on the clock as Mumbai City FC rescued a point against Chennaiyin FC with a 1-1 draw in the Hero Indian Super League at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Chennai, on Wednesday.

  • Milos Raonic, Berdych win

    Paris : Fourth seed Milos Raonic hit 17 aces to beat Pablo Carreno Busta 7-6 (5), 6-4 for a berth into the last 16 of the ATP Paris Masters.

  • Mumbai squash juniors shine

    Mumbai : Mumbai’s Ananya Dabke and Yuvraj Wadhwani emerged national champions, while Joshi siblings Nikita and Neel finished runners-up, in the Daly College Sub Junior & Junior National Championship held at Indore.

  • St. Stanislaus ‘B’ win title

    Mumbai : St. Stanislaus ‘B’, Bandra came up with a determined performance and combined with some clinical strikes did well to defeat St. Paul’s ‘A’, Dadar in the final to clinch the top honours in the St Peter’s Youth Centre organised Inter-School boys’ under-12 (5-a-side) football tournament supported by Mumbai City FC and played at the St. Stanislaus High School grounds, Bandra.