Free Press Journal
  • Worcestershire sign Nathan Lyon

    London : Australia off-spinner Nathan Lyon has signed for Worcestershire for the duration of the Champions Trophy, the English county side confirmed on Tuesday.

  • India drop to No. 4 in ICC T20I rankings

    Dubai : India have dropped two places to slip to fourth position in the ICC Twenty20 International team rankings following the annual update on May 1.

  • Indore: Thousands remember working class heroes

    Dewas: Socialist Unity Centre of India (Communist) on Monday celebrated International Workers’ Day with a programme organised in memory of all the revolutionary martyrs of the working class here at Madhumilan Chauraha, Gajra Gyres Chauraha, Kaparo Company gate. More than 1000 workers were distributed May Day badges to mark the occasion.

  • India lose 1-3 to Australia

    Ipoh (Malaysia) : India put up a spirited show before squandering the early lead to go down 1-3 against defending champions Australia in a league match of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament, here.

  • In-form Malaga outplay Sevilla 4-2 in La Liga

    Malaga (Spain) : Malaga defeated regional rivals Sevilla 4-2 here as the visitors squandered a chance to pull level on points with Atletico Madrid for third place in La Liga.

  • Malegaon blast case: Purohit wrote a letter to army chief fearing for his life in jail

    Mumbai: Soon after the National Intelligence Agency (NIA) gave a clean chit to Colonel Prasad Shrikant Purohit in the 2008 Malegaon blast case, the latter wrote a letter early this year to the Chief of Army Staff for transfer of his custody from the police to the army for security reasons. Purohit was sacked from defence services for his alleged involvement in the Malegaon blast case.

  • Can powers L’pool to 1-0 win over Watford

    London : A spectacular goal by Emre Can powered Liverpool to a 1-0 victory over Watford in the English Premier League at the Vicarage Road stadium here.

  • Brazilian striker on Sevilla radar

    Rio de Janeiro : Internazionale’s Brazilian striker Gabriel Barbosa could join Sevilla on loan during the upcoming European summer transfer window.

  • OORJA Cup inaugurated in Mumbai

    Mumbai : A bright and colourful ceremony, graced by Vidyasagar Rao, Governor of Maharashtra, marked the Opening of the OORJA – CAPFs Under-19 Football Talent Hunt 2017.

  • Paul decides against ‘B’ sample, wants early hearing

    New Delhi/Kolkata : Top Indian goalkeeper Subrata Paul has decided to skip a confirmatory ‘B’ sample test after he returned positive for a banned substance and instead requested the NADA to arrange for early hearing of his case in view of national team’s matches next month. Paul’s ‘A’ sample taken out-of-competition on March 18 tested positive for banned substance terbutaline. He was informed of it by the National Anti-Doping Agency on April 24

  • Strikers fight back to hold RBI 1-1

    Mumbai : Mumbai Strikers scored a late gold to hold Reserve Bank of India to a 1-1 draw in a hard-fought Super Division match of the Mumbai District Football Association League 2016-2017, and played at St. Xavier’s ground, Parel. Reserve Bank took the lead through Hriday Sethe’s strike in the 40th minute to go into the break with a 1-0 lead. Mumbai Striker fought strongly and managed to score through Arsalan Hamdulay’s conversion.

  • Bangladesh ban bowler for conceding 92 off four balls

    Dhaka : Bangladesh on Tuesday imposed a 10-year ban on a bowler who deliberately lost a match by conceding 92 runs off just four legal deliveries in protest at umpiring decisions.

  • Thackeray lauds Aizawl coach and players

    Mumbai : MDFA Chairman Aditya Thackeray, was all praise for new I-League champions Aizawl FC and their Mumbai-based coach Khaild Jamil and Mumbai players Jayesh Rane and Ashutosh Mehta.

  • Using Israel’s best for India’s agriculture future

    The Free Press Journal interviewed Randhir Chauhan, MD of Netafim, the largest Israeli company in India in the non-defence space. Since all its manufacturing is in India, it does not show up as Israel’s exports. Chauhan spoke on Netafim’s journey and achievements in India.

  • Indo-Israeli relations: Moving into the next higher orbit

    The Republic of India and the State of Israel enjoy an extensive economic, military and strategic relationship. India is the largest buyer of Israeli military equipment and Israel is the second-largest defence supplier to India after Russia.

  • 11 days later, Nashik onion markets open but rates mild

    Nashik: Onion markets opened in Lasalgaon and Niphad as the farmers and traders reached a solution on Tuesday after a 11-day strike. Demanding prompt payments, the farmers went on a strike on April 20 as the traders’ cheques to them bounced.

  • Indore: Legal literacy camp held

    Dewas: A legal literacy and grievance redressal camp was organised on the occasion of International Workers’ Day here at Amona, Dewas on Monday. The camp was organised by the district legal services authority and district court with the support of labour department and municipality Dewas. Judge and secretary Surendra Singh Gurjar present during the camp. Addressing the camp, Gurjar said “If we want to apply labour laws then we have to be