Free Press Journal
  • PM, 3 chiefs review security

    New Delhi: Amid continuing Pakistani shelling along the border in Jammu and Kashmir, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday reviewed the security situation with Chiefs of Army, Navy and Vice Chief of Air Force here. National Security Adviser Ajit Doval was also present at the meeting, officials said. During the meeting, the Prime Minister is understood to have taken stock of the situation along the Line of Control (LoC) and  International Border where Pakistan

  • You Can Refuse To Be Miserable-II

    Constant worry arises from brooding over the future and regretting the past. By habit, we forget the positive results from our past actions and remember only the negative ones. How easily we dig up minor failures from the past to reinforce our gloomy outlook!

  • Power sector eyes bright future on the back of productive 2016

    The year 2016 has been quite happening for power sector with soft coal prices; visibility of regular supplies; mitigation of financial stress on balance sheets; and power trading getting to critical mass level.  But on ground, there is still lot of work left to be done, both in terms of curtailing the transmission and distribution (T&D) losses ratio as well as doing justice to the investment done in the past decade, analyses

  • Well left, Cook – Brushes aside Captaincy talk

    Rajkot : England captain Alastair Cook on Tuesday rejected speculation that the upcoming Test series against India could be his last as skipper, saying that a “mountain out of a molehill” has been created owing to his “honest” assessment of his future.

  • RETURN IN DECEMBER

    Madrid : Fourteen-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal will make his return to action at the Mubadala World Tennis Championships exhibition event in Abu Dhabi at the end of December.

  • ‘PANT’ASTIC SHOW! – Rishabh Pant hits fastest FC hundred

    New Delhi : Delhi’s young wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant batted himself into the record books as he struck the fastest ever hundred by an Indian in a first-class game by hitting a 48-ball ton against Jharkhand in a Ranji Trophy encounter on Tuesday.

  • Mumbai win in Ranji Trophy Group A match

    Mysore : Riding on Tushar Deshpande’s five-wicket haul, defending champions Mumbai registered a comfortable 10-wicket win over Railways and grabbed six points in their Ranji Trophy Group A match on Tuesday.

  • Djokovic congratulates Murray for no. 1 rank

    London : Serbian Novak Djokovic has congratulated his successor Andy Murray after the Scotsman dethroned him as the World No.1 men’s tennis player.

  • India win medals in 17th Asian Roller Skating Championships held in Lishui, China

    Mumbai : India’s fastest and city star skater Nikhilesh Tabhane earned a slice of glory in Indian Speed Skating history along with , Vikram Ingale (Maharashtra) and Dhanush Babu (Karnataka) by winning two bronze medals in 3000 mtr track and 5000mtr road senior men relay events at 17th Asian Roller Skating Championships held in Lishui, China. This is the first time India has won international medals in senior men team at Asian

  • St. Francis Beats Sophia in Football League

    Mumbai : Reliance Foundation Youth Sports continued in its mission of developing Sports in the country and it was the turn of Senior Girls to showcase their footballing talent in the competition. A move to include and develop all sections saw the girls team from Sophia College take on St. Francis D’Assissi College at the Priyadarshani Park, Napeansea Road.