Free Press Journal
  • Not in race for PM: Nitish

    Lucknow : Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday said he is not in race for the post of Prime Minister in 2019 elections.

  • Aadhaar for Osama? Saddam tries to get him one

    Mandal circle officer Chanchal Mishra said that the accused will be produced before a court on Monday and will be taken on remand for further interrogation into the matter. She said that a case under the IT Act has been registered against the accused, Saddam Hussain Mansuri

  • Post-GE exit, SBI might merge two credit card JVs

    Mumbai : State Bank of India may look at merging the two companies of its credit card joint venture SBI Card after the exit of the foreign partner GE Capital. SBI Card is a joint venture between SBI and GE Capital, wherein SBI owns 60 per cent and the balance is being held by GE Capital, which has announced its plans to exit as part of the American giant’s global business revamp.

  • Deepti sets up India’s massive 249-run win

    Potchefstroom (South Africa): Deepti Sharma produced a stunning 188-run knock, the second highest score in women’s one-day international, to set up India’s massive 249-run win over Ireland in the quadrangular series here on Monday.

  • Hamilton celebrates Spanish GP win

    Barcelona: British Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton described the competition from German Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel in the Spanish Grand Prix as the toughest he could recall. Hamilton, a three-time world champion, won the race in 1:35:56.497, claiming the 55th win of his career, while Vettel came in second, just 3.490 seconds off the pace on Sunday, reports Efe.

  • Ramit Tandon wins maiden PSA title

    New York: US-based Indian squash player Ramit Tandon has won his maiden professional title with a convincing win over compatriot Kush Kumar in the SYS Open. The one time top Indian junior, Tandon, who had come into this event as a qualifier beat third seed Kumar 11-3, 11 -2, 11-3 in the final.

  • GSTN free from WannaCry as it operates on Linux: Kumar

    New Delhi : GSTN, set up to provide IT infrastructure for GST rollout, will not be impacted by the WannaCry ransomware attack, as its systems do not run on Microsoft software, the network’s CEO Prakash Kumar stated.

  • Will hear only triple talaq case, says apex court

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Monday said it was keeping open for adjudication in the future the issues of polygamy and ‘nikah halala’ among Muslims as the Centre insisted deliberations on these aspects as well.

  • Manav wins silver in Thailand Open Table Tennis

    Mumbai: After producing some impressive performances India’s Manav Thakkar looked good to on and walk away with the top honours. But, the young Gujarat paddler Manav seemed to have run out of steam and crashed at the final hurdle losing to Fumiya Igarashi of Japan and had to settle for the silver medal in the Junior Boys’ singles event of the SET 2017 Thailand Junior & Cadet Open, and ITTF World Junior