Free Press Journal
  • Squash Tournament: Hunarpal, Awdesh, Shashank win thrillers

    Mumbai : Fancied Hunarpal Singh Kohli, Awdesh Shiv Prakash Yadav and Shashank Aggarwal registered nail-biting wins to storm into the quarter-finals, in the GSC-Syska Open Squash Tournament, organised by Indian Squash Professionals, at the Goregaon Sports Club on Sunday.

  • AIFF set to launch new 4-nation Champions Cup football tourney

    New Delhi : The All India Football Federation (AIFF) on Sunday announced the launch of a new invitational multi-continental Champions Cup competition in August. The newly proposed Champions Cup will be an annual affair played between four countries, it said in a statement.

  • Dahiya emerge champion, doubles title for Sunish-Singh

    Mumbai : Sixth seed Jatin Dahiya of Delhi overcame unseeded Abdullah Shaikh of Telangana 6-4, 7-5 to emerge champion, in the 3.5 lakh MSLTA-IOC Khar Gymkhana All India Ranking Men’s tennis tournament.

  • India-Australia series was the best of all: Rohit

    Mumbai : Praising the highly competitive nature of the recently concluded four-Test series between India and Australia, fit-again batsman Rohit Sharma felt it was the best among the four home rubbers this season.

  • Narendra Modi urges Kashmiri youth to shun terrorism for tourism

    Udhampur: Observing that 40 years of violence had done no good but only brought bloodshed to Jammu and Kashmir, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said the youth of the Valley had to choose between tourism and terrorism to shape their future.

  • Government plans to change security features of high denomination notes every 3-4 years

    New Delhi: The government plans to change security features of high denomination bank notes of Rs 2,000 and Rs 500 every 3-4 years in accordance with global standards in order to check counterfeiting. The move comes in the wake of recovery of a large amount of fake Indian currency notes in the last four months after demonetisation.

  • Wishful thinking…

    Dr Shrirang Bakhle dwells on the subject and also speaks about the different kinds of wishes that humans harbour

  • Capture it right with Zyxel’s Aurora Camera

    Zyxel Communications today introduced Aurora – an indoor night vision home camera to keep an eye on things from afar. With its full HD, full-colour night vision live monitoring and real-time mobile notifications, the Aurora will give users peace of mind while they’re out or away from homes.

  • Woman entrepreneur writes to Modi over Stayzilla controversy

    Bengaluru : The woman proprietor of Chennai-based advertising Jigsaw Solutions, which was allegedly defrauded of Rs 1.69 crore by Stayzilla, on Sunday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government to address issues of funding and transparent business models at the earliest.

  • HyperX ALLOY FPS unveils new gaming keyboard

    HyperX, a division of Kingston Technology, announced the launch of HyperX ALLOY FPS Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. The full-size mechanical gaming keyboard has a space-saving layout allowing gamers to maximize desktop real estate for FPS mouse movement.

  • Infra sector needs $43-trin investment, says Jaitley

    New Delhi : India’s infrastructure sector needs investment of around 43 trln rupees over the next five years, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said at the second annual meeting of New Development Bank here on Sunday.

  • ‘Better G-secs management can lower rates, help govt save Rs. 10k cr’

    Mumbai : A favourable demand-supply balance of G-secs by increasing demand through reducing their supply and also lowering downward rigidity on operative overnight rates, RBI can ensure better transmission and help government save Rs 10,000 crore annually on interest cost, says a report.

  • Be powered up all the time with Ambrane Power Bank

    Waiting for your phone to charge is a thing of past, Ambrane India one of the leading IT brands in computer peripherals, announced its first ‘Qualcomm quick charging Power Bank – PQ800’with super intelligent fast charging technology that lets you experience up to 75% faster charging than traditional solutions.