Free Press Journal
  • Sensex gains 21.98 points

    Mumbai: Market took comfort from the government’s move to put FPI taxation on hold as the Sensex finished the day at 27,258 with minor gains and the Nifty got back to the top of the crucial 8,400 mark amid firm global leads.

  • Record $64.5 bn M&A deals inked in 2016

    Mumbai : Rapidly becoming an influential market for mergers and acquisitions (M&As) in Asia-pacific region, India hit a record level in this space with 388 deals worth $64.5 billion during 2016, said a report.

  • Tata firm to invest in Swan LNG project

    New Delhi : In the first investment decision since N Chandrasekaran named as the Tata Group chief, Tata Realty and Infrastructure Ltd is taking 10 per cent stake in a Rs 5,900-crore floating LNG import terminal being set up by Nikhil Merchant-led Swan Energy in Gujarat. This will be the first investment by Tata Group in gas business.

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  • No place like India to play cricket: Jos

    Cuttack : England have not won a single match so far in their tour of India but their ODI team vice-captain Jos Buttler today said that the host country was the best place to play cricket.

  • Players skip practice, fans disappointed

    An excited crowd made a beeline at the Barabati Stadium but to their disappointment, captain Virat Kohli and most of the Indian players skipped the optional practice session on the eve of the second ODI against England here.

  • Double delight for Sania

    Melbourne : Sania Mirza and Rohan Bopanna made winning starts to their respective campaigns at the Australian Open with contrasting opening-round victories with their doubles partners.

  • Murray magic, but Nick booed in stormy defeat

    Melbourne : Top seed Andy Murray sped into the Australian Open third round on Wednesday but bad boy Nick Kyrgios was booed and accused of not trying as he crashed to a stormy defeat.

  • ‘Federer pisses me off’

    Mumbai : Andre Agassi today heaped praise on Roger Federer, saying the Swiss Master makes it so easy on a tennis court, which often pisses him off.

  • Saina, Jayaram in pre-quarters

    Sarawak : Top Indian shuttlers Saina Nehwal and Ajay Jayaram reached the prequarterfinals of the season-opening Malaysia Masters Grand Prix Gold after notching up contrasting wins in women’s and men’s singles competition respectively here on Wednesday.Top seed Saina, who is desperatley looking for a win to boost her confidence after recovering from a knee surgery which derailed her Rio Olympics campaign lat year, spanked Thailand’s Chasinee Korepap 21-9 21-8 in a lop-sided contest.

  • Bangalore beat Mumbai

    Bengaluru : Star striker C K Vineeth’s hat-trick helped defending champions Bengaluru FC trounce Mumbai FC 3-0 in a third round match of the I-League at Sree Kanteerava stadium.

  • East Bengal record second win

    Vasco: East Bengal registered their second successive away win getting past Churchill Brothers 2-0 in a third round I-League football match at the Tilak Maidan here on Wednesday. First half strikes from Thongkhosiem Haokip (31st) and Lalrindika Ralte (45th) sealed the deal for the away side. They were held to a 1-1 draw at home in their first game by Aizawl FC, then winning against DSK Shivajians in Pune 2-1.

  • Punjab knock Mumbai out

    New Delhi : Riding on Pankaj Rana and Nirmla Devi’s brilliant show, Punjab Royals made the finals of the Pro Wrestling League Season 2 after beating defending champions Mumbai Maharathi 5-4 in the second semifinal.

  • Siddhi, Tanishq in line for triple crown

    Nerul : Satara’s Siddhi Jadhav was the cynosure of all eyes as she set herself for a triple treat, having made the girls under-19, girls under-17 singles as well as girls under-17 doubles in the DY Patil-Maharashtra State Open badminton tournament, hosted by Badminton Organisation of Raigad at the badminton courts in DY Patil stadium on Wednesday.