Free Press Journal
  • SL beat Windies by a run

    Bulawayo : West Indian batsman Evin Lewis hit his maiden one-day international hundred but his efforts went in vain as Sri Lanka held their nerve to secure a one-run victory at Queens Sports Club today and advance to the triangular series final.

  • Demonetisation: Queues at ATM and banks ease in Mumbai

    Mumbai: A fortnight into demonetisation, long queues outside banks and ATMs across the metropolis saw a decline today even as citizens were apprehensive about the rush they might face again in the month-end, when salaries are due and banks pace up operations.

  • Mumbai steady : Shreyas Iyer smashes unbeaten 191

    Hubballi : Shreyas Iyer was the lone ranger as his unbeaten 191 helped Mumbai to 328/6 in their Group A Ranji Trophy cricket match against Gujarat on Wednesday.

  • Mairaj triumphs

    Jaipur: Mairaj Ahmad Khan, India’s first- ever World Cup medallist in skeet, clinched the gold medal at the 60th National Shooting Championship for Shotgun on Wednesday.

  • India lose to Aussies

    Melbourne : Rupinder Pal Singh’s brace went in vain as Indian men’s hockey team lost 2-3 to hosts Australia in a tense opening game of the four-nation Invitational Tournament on Wednesday.

  • Mumbai in semis

    Mumbai: Mumbai City FC became the first team to qualify for semi-finals of Hero Indian Super League after a thoroughly deserving 2-0 win over Chennaiyin FC at Mumbai Football Arena, Mumbai, on Wednesday.

  • SC refuses to stay demonetisation proceedings in other courts

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to stay cases against demonetisation in ten high courts for the second time in six days as if it wants them to first act. The high courts are, however, looking at it for direction as the Delhi HC adjourned the hearing to Friday on the ground that the apex court was already seized of the matter.

  • Close wins for Anish & Preshit

    Mumbai : Dadar school boys, Anish Godse of Balmohan Vidyamandir (Dadar) and Preshit Vartak of I.E.S. Orion (Dadar) registered close wins to enter the second round of the boys under-12 group in the Mumbai Schools Sports Association (MSSA) inter school badminton tournament hosted by Bombay Gymkhana and Badminton Gurukul under the aegis of Greater Mumbai Badminton Association (GMBA). A determined Anish won points at crucial stages to beat Suneet Ghanshani 21-17 while, Preshit

  • Shubhankar takes lead

    Mumbai : Shubhankar Sharma of Panchkula, currently third in the Rolex Ranking, resumed his pursuit for the no. 1 spot on the PGTI with a dazzling seven-under-63 at the CG Open 2016 that gave him the first round lead. Bengaluru’s C Muniyappa and Delhi’s Kapil Kumar were a stroke off the lead in tied second place at the Rs. 1 crore event being played at the Bombay Presidency Golf Club.

  • Demonetisation: Opposition unites, as Modi continues to skip Parliament

    The Opposition parties on Wednesday jointly organised a human chain of MPs at the Parliament House, paralysed proceedings for the fifth day and decided to hold nationwide protests on Monday to highlight miseries caused by the demonetisation that the government is just not ready to accept.

  • Shanaya wins AITA U-16 series

    Mumbai : 14 -year old tennis talent from Mumbai, Shanaya Naik, won the All India Tennis Association Singles and Doubles Girls U16 tournament held at Kalina, Mumbai University Grounds during week of 7th November 2016. Mumbai girl and Jamnabai Narsee International school student exhibited a series of forehand and backhand winners, which gave her an edge over her opponents. These are one of her many titles she has won in the recent years.

  • Mumbai: Teachers threaten to protest if salaries stopped

    Mumbai: Member of Legislative Council from Teachers’ constituency Ramnath Mote has threatened with state-wide protests if the education department stops salaries of surplus teachers in state-aided schools.

  • Mumbai: Birds feast on corpses at autopsy centre

    Mumbai: This is one post mortem centre that is spooky in the literal sense. Known as the `VIP autopsy centre’ of the city, the Cooper Post Mortem Centre located at Juhu is today in a dilapidated condition, lacking in some of the basic facilities like proper lighting, security, communication facilities and lighting.

  • Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj

    True Might

    The dictum of might is right has been strengthened by the depiction of violent episodes in history as well as through religious writings.