Free Press Journal
  • K L Rahul still nervous about his fitness

    Colombo : Making a comeback from a shoulder injury, India opener K L Rahul is “still very nervous” and his body is still “very unsure” four days before the start of the three-Test series against Sri Lanka.

  • Steps students got wrong in FYJC admissions this year

    Mumbai : Many students missed opportunities to get into top colleges this year even though they scored high marks as they took several wrong steps during the Frist Year Junior College (FYJC) admission process.

  • Jet Airways’ flight to Lucknow gets grounded at Jaipur

    Indore : Jet Airways’ much-hyped Indore-Jaipur-Lucknow flight was terminated at Jaipur on Saturday. While airlines staff blamed technical fault, passengers alleged it was discontinued at Jaipur as there were only six passengers for Lucknow. These passengers later travelled to Lucknow on another flight after spending two hours in aircraft and bus on tarmac.

  • Hemang Amin is IPL COO

    New Delhi : The BCCI has appointed Hemang Amin as the Chief Operating Officer of the Indian Premier League.

  • Over 1 lakh footfalls in four days of Science Express exhibition at CSTM

    Mumbai : The brain behind the 16 air-conditioned coaches of Science Express train is a group of 17 Nobel laureates from Germany. They transformed a Garib Rath express train into a science exhibition show on wheels using the concept of tunnel.

  • Tricks galore for manufacturers to evade GST

    Manufacturers sharing same name with their products started selling food items by removing the brand label and carrying only the company name on packet. Moreover, the packet is designed afresh to give an identical look to the removed brand name. This way they trick law to turn a branded product into an unbranded one and thus, evade the levy of 5 per cent GST on it.

  • Panamagate: Nawaz’s brother may replace him in case of conviction

    Islamabad : Beleaguered Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s younger brother and Punjab province Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif is expected to replace him if he is disqualified by the Supreme Court for alleged corruption and money laundering in the sensitive Panama Papers case, according to a media report.

  • EC’s claim nailed, RTI reply shows EVM malfunctioned

    Mumbai : Contrary to the claims by the Election Commission of India (EC), a concrete instance of an electronic voting machine (EVM) ‘malfunction’ in Maharashtra has been conclusively established, information obtained under RTI revealed here on Saturday.

  • Neymar stirs fresh PSG fever

    Paris : Neymar’s decision to post a photo of himself in thoughtful contemplation sparked a fresh wave of speculation that he is on the verge of sealing a world record 222-million-euro ($256.8 million) move from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain.

  • Kashyap, Manu-Sumeeth, Prannoy reach semifinals

    Anaheim (US) : Commonwealth Games champion Parupalli Kashyap and H S Prannoy entered the semifinals of the men’s singles competition of the US Open Grand Prix Gold.

  • Veteran Congress leader Shivajirao Patil dies at 92

    Mumbai: Senior Congress leader, freedom fighter and former Minister Shivajirao Girdhar Patil, popular in political circles as ‘Dadasaheb’ died at a private hospital here on Saturday, an official said. He was 92.

  • Woman commits suicide

    BHOPAL : Body of a woman was found hanging in Piplani area on Friday night. Her husband Krishnakant, who was out for some work, when returned, found her hanging after which he informed others.