Free Press Journal
  • Google & Scaleway dump white supremacist website

    San Francisco : Hours after GoDaddy dumped ‘The Daily Stormer’, a website that supported the white nationalist rally in Virginia, Google and French server-host Scaleway also banned the website from their platforms.

  • Ruschel to auction shirt used in Barcelona friendly

    Rio de Janeiro : Chapecoense air disaster survivor Alan Ruschel said on Monday that he will auction the shirt he wore during his return to football against FC Barcelona and donate the proceeds to the families of the victims of last year’s tragedy.

  • Khar Gymkhana felicitates its stars

    Mumbai : Khar Gymkhana felicitated its galaxy of district, state, national and international sports achievers, at a star-studded awards function at the gymkhana on Independence Day.

  • Infosys’ Narayana Murthy pitches for austerity to scale up growth of companies

    Bengaluru : Infosys co-founder N R Narayana Murthy Tuesday pitched for top executives, including CEOs, and other practicing austerity for scaling up their companies’ growth. “I would say that it is extremely important to spend less than what you earn, ideally. That means everybody, starting from the Chairman and CEO to a janitor will have to demonstrate austerity, will have to demonstrate simplicity, to scale up companies’ growth,” he said here.

  • Independence Cup: Fourth succeesive title for the Navy

    Mumbai : Defending champions Indian Navy extended the reign in the MDFA organised Independence Cup football tournament. The fitter and better organised Naval outfit were in class of their own as they underlined their supremacy by handing arch-rivals Western Railway a crushing 5-1 defeat in the final played at St. Xavier’s Ground, Parel on Tuesday afternoon. The sailors have won the coveted title for the fourth successive season and overall fifth in

  • India A lose to SA in 1st Test

    Pretoria : Putting up an abject batting display, India A lost the first unofficial ‘Test’ against South Africa by 235 runs to trail the two-match series 0-1.