Free Press Journal
  • Siddharth marches on

    Mumbai : Bengaluru’s Khalin Joshi fired the day’s best score of seven-under-63 to share the third round lead at the CG Open 2016 with Shubhankar Sharma of Panchkula who posted a five-under-65. With totals of 13-under-197, Khalin and Shubhankar enjoy a one-shot advantage heading into the final round of the Rs. 1 core event being played at the Bombay Presidency Golf Club (BPGC).

  • Nitin, Omkar, Santosh, advance

    Mumbai : Santhosh Sawant blanked Vinayak Joshi 25-9, 25-9 in straight games and scored first white slam of the tournament to enter third round of men singles event of 1st Synco Trophy State Prize Money Carrom.

  • Anaisha, Ahana shine

    Singapore : Two city girls, Anaisha Nahar from Lokhandwala-based Euro kids and Ahana Viral Shah of Dhirubhai Ambani International School finished first and third place respectively in the 33rd National Age Group Chess Championships 2016 that concluded on Thursday at Bartley Secondary School in Singapore.

  • Pune’s Raju Hari sets 100m mark

    Singapore : Adithya Raju Hari of Vidya Valley School, Pune was the toast of the second day as he set a state record in the boys’ under-12 100m, in the 41st Bombay YMCA State Level annual athletic meet, at the University Stadium, Marine Lines on Friday.

  • Maharastra State Police emerge champs

    Mumbai : Maharashtra State Police emerged champions winning the Senior Division title of the MHAL – 2016. The state cops fought back a strong determined challenge from Mumbai Port Trust to snatch a close 4-3 victory in a tense and absorbing final at the MHAL Mahindra Stadium, Churchgate on Friday.

  • Chinese navy ships to be deployed at Gwadar port

    Karachi: China would deploy its naval ships along with Pakistan Navy to safeguard the strategic Gwadar port and trade routes under the USD 46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, a navy official here has said, shedding light on a plan likely to alarm India.

  • ‘Indus water belonging to India cannot go to Pakistan,’ says Modi

    Bathinda (Punjab): Marking a toughening of stance, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said he was determined to stop the flow of river water “on which India has its right” into Pakistan and supply it instead to farmers in Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir.

  • Mumbai: 10,000 law seats lie vacant after five rounds

    Mumbai: Even after nearly five rounds of online admissions and one round of offline admission, Maharashtra still has around 10,000 seats vacant in law colleges. The aspirants have demanded another round of admissions and have now sought help from political parties who can lobby for them.

  • Mumbai: Locals help control blaze at Jogeshwari furniture market

    Mumbai: A major fire broke out at the Furniture Market at New Relief Road, Jogeshwari west at 12:45 pm on Friday. The fire that was sparked due to 6 to 7 cylinder blasts, which took place in one of the furniture shops, destroyed over 1000 shops and caused huge damage to property however no casualties took place.

  • BJP leaders were on a land buying spree before demonetisation

    New Delhi: In the most sensational allegation, the Congress on Friday claimed that the ruling BJP went on buying land across the country after Prime Minister Modi”s tip-off to its president Amit Shah on the impending demonetisation to convert black into white.

  • PM Modi slams critics of demonetisation, says they were caught unawares

    New Delhi/Kolkata/Patna: Under relentless opposition fire over demonetisation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday took a swipe at his critics, saying their “pain” was that they did not get a “chance for preparation” before he announced the move, even as political battle over the exercise escalated. “Some people are criticising saying the govern-ment did not make ample preparation. I think that is not the issue that the government did not make ample preparation. I think

  • Mumbai: 26/11 made my profession respectable, Railway announcer

    Mumbai: Eight years after alerting commuters of the 26/11 terror attack at Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, railway announcer Vishnu Zende recalls the incident as an unfortunate event that made his profession more ‘respectable’, and him famous.

  • Demonetisation: Please do not punish farmers, BJP MP to Centre

    Nashik: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders are now facing the music for demonetisation. Farmers have appealed that they be allowed to exchange currency at District Central Cooperative Banks (DCCBs).

  • “What are vibrations in Sahaja Yoga”

    Vibrations are the feeling of the all-pervading divine power within yourself on your central nervous system.  You can feel this vibration (chaitanya Lahari) for the first time after self-realisation,   ending up on your fingertips where the sympathetic centres are connected.