Free Press Journal
  • ‘We can win Champions League’

    Turin : Juventus coach Massimilano Allegri feels that the reigning Serie A champions have a very good chance of winning the UEFA Champions League title this season.

  • Ujjain: Devotees throng ghats on Buddha Purnima

    Ujjain: Thousands of devotees gathered at Ramghat and other ‘ghats’ of the river Khipra on ‘Buddha purnima’ which is also known as ‘vaishakh purnima’ on Wednesday, and took holy dips in the river.

  • Baichung inaugurates SESA Football Academy

    Panaji : Former India skipper Baichung Bhutia on Wednesday inaugurated the SESA Football academy, which aims to create the conditions for discovering, creating and building talent for Indian football.

  • We will see how Chelsea respond next season: Wenger

    London : Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger feels that teams battling in Europe and domestically will find it difficult to win the coveted English Premier League (EPL) title.

  • Marcelo wants to finish career in Rio

    Rio de Janeiro : Real Madrid defender Marcelo has revealed that he wants to finish his career in Brazil with Fluminense or their Rio de Janeiro rivals Botafogo.

  • Battle for 2024 hots up as IOC heads to LA

    Los Angeles : A team of International Olympic Committee delegates kick off a three-day tour of Los Angeles from Wednesday as the city attempts to demonstrate its readiness to stage the 2024 Olympics.

  • Brazilian football squad Chape revisits crash scene

    Medellin (Colombia) : Chapecoense, the scrappy Brazilian soccer club that was devastated by an airplane crash in the mountains of Colombia last year, made an emotional return to the scene of the disaster Tuesday.

  • Harpreet fetches first medal for India

    New Delhi : Harpreet Singh fetched the first medal for India on the opening day of the Asian Wrestling Championship when he bagged a bronze in the Greco-Roman 80 kilogram category here on Wednesday.

  • Tsonga retires from Madrid Open

    Madrid : Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga on Wednesday retired from the Madrid Open due to a problem in his shoulder, which means Spain’s David Ferrer entered directly to the round of 16.

  • Djokovic surives first round scare

    Madrid : Novak Djokovic staved off a huge upset in his first match since splitting with his long-time coaching team to beat Nicolas Almagro 6-1, 4-6, 7-5 in the second round of the Madrid Masters.

  • Shashank Manohar will continue to remain ICC chairman till June 2018

    New Delhi: International Cricket Council (ICC) chairman Shashank Manohar has backtracked on his decision to step down from the post and has decided to finish his term at the top of the world’s cricket body which ends in June 2018.

  • Supreme Court takes first step in becoming ‘digital court’

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court marked its first step towards becoming a paperless, digital court on Wednesday when Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the digital filing system in the presence of the Chief Justice of India.

  • Militants abduct, kill young Kashmiri army officer on leave

    Srinagar: A young Kashmiri army officer on leave and unarmed was abducted and shot dead by militants in Shopian district where he had gone to attend a wedding, triggering anger among the locals who demanded action against the culprits.

  • Mumbai: GRP begins an inquiry against own officers in custodial death case

    Mumbai: The killing of Agnelo Valdaris is one of the most controversial custodial death cases in Mumbai. The railway police have initiated a departmental inquiry against five of its police officers who were attached to the Wadala railway police station in April 2014.

  • Mumbai: FDA books 34 firms for selling illegal orthopaedic implants

    Mumbai: In recent raids on the firms which were selling unlicensed orthopaedic implants, the Food and Drug department (FDA) has seized unlicenced orthopaedic implants worth Rs eight crore from the dealers across Maharashtra.

  • Mumbai: Conjoined twins turn four, hospital celebrates birthday

    Mumbai: Bai Jerbai Wadia Hospital for Children, Parel, on May 9 celebrated the fourth birthday of Ridhi and Sidhi Pawar who were brou- ght in as conjoined twins and separated at the hospital in January 2014. The birthday was celebrated in the nursing rec-reation room, with doctors, nurses, other hospital staff and fellow patients in attendance.

  • Mumbai: Three drunk youths rescued from drowning by lifeguards

    Mumbai: Three youths — Altaf Mohmaad Iqbal (30), Sarfraaz Rahim Sheikh (24) and Suraj Ganesh Prajapati (25) — who had gone on a drinking binge and ventured into the sea were stuck on a rock due to high tide. The trio were rescued by two lifeguards on Wednesday morning from Danapani beach which is close to Aksa beach at Malad.

  • Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj

    Know Thy Original Religion

    Attachment is the source of all suffering said Gautam Buddha..Attachment can be positive as well as negative, however experience shows that in most cases it has negative impact on individuals because it brings with it lot of emotional burden which eventually ends up making lives of people miserable who are under attachment with each other. Majority of us do not recognize attachment as a vice, but we must understand that it subtly