Free Press Journal
  • Alden, Rashmi win in style

    Mumbai : Alden Naronha from Savio Sports Club, (Andheri) and Rashmi Sheregar from Gupta SA, (Kandivali) were th toast of goodly crowd of over 2000 strong crowd, as the sprint champions won their respective 100m runs in style on the opening day of the Mubai District Annual Athletic Championships, held at Sports Authrity of India, Kandivali, herte today.

  • Gulalai quits party after allegations against Imran, PTI seeks apology

    Ayesha Gulalai, who hails from Waziristan and was elected to the Lower House on a reserved seat for women from the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, announced her exit from the party on Tuesday, making allegations against Imran Khan and other top party members.

  • Witch hunt for one seat in Guj, tweets Patel

    After using the state machinery and other agencies, these I-T raids show their utter desperation and frustration -Ahmed Patel.

  • Yohann survives opening round scare from

    Mumbai : Fancied Yohann Poncha survived an opening round scare, while Neel Joshi sailed through to the boys’ under-17 second round, in the Otters Open Squash Championship on Wednesday.

  • GAIL forays into Kerala, commences construction of KKMBPL project

    GAIL started its foray into the state of Kerala with Kochi – Koottanad – Mangaluru-Bengaluru pipeline with a total project cost of Rs 3,263 crore. Despite the initial hurdle, the Kerala stretch of the project will gain impetus with commencement of 100 per cent construction work. This pipeline will form part of the National Gas Grid and it will go a long way in fulfilling centre’s vision of making India a gas

  • Thane regain title

    Mumbai : Former champions Thane stunned defending champions Mumbai Suburban District Badminton Association to emerge mixed team champions, in the Khar Gymkhana-MBA Senior Inter District & Senior Open State Badminton Championship.

  • Vijender Singh confident of maintaining winning streak

    Mumbai : Indian boxing star Vijender Singh asserted on Wednesday that he is confident of beating Zulpikar Maimaitiali of China in their double title fight on August 5 and maintain his all-win record.

  • Using H1-B visas to displace US workers a mistake: Chambers

    New Delhi : Cisco Chairman John Chambers on Wenesday said firms taking Indians to the US for cost arbitrage displacing American workers was a “mistake” and it is important that jobs are created in both countries to ensure sustainable growth.

  • USIF to open offices in India

    Mumbai : US Immigration Fund (USIF) decided to reach out to more Indian investors that want to obtain permanent US residency by opening offices in India.

  • Captain Ruchi Shetty confident of India winning Asian Rugby 7s

    Mumbai : Ruchi Shetty, captain of the Indian Women’s Rugby team is confident of a good showing when they compete in the Asia U-20 Girls Rugby 7s Championship to be played in Hong Kong on August 4 and 5. The tournament will be held on a round robin format.

  • Man found hanging in Delhi police station toilet

    New Delhi: A 32-year-old man’s body was found hanging in the toilet of a police station in New Delhi early on Wednesday, the city police said.