Free Press Journal
  • Narendra Modi

    PM Modi’s Olympic Task force recommends replacing SAI bureaucrats with professionals

    New Delhi: The Olympic Task Force, formed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi last year as an outcome of India’s unsuccessful Olympic campaign in Rio de Janeiro, has recommended major reformation of the Sports Authority of India (SAI), and suggested that the qualified professionals should swap places with bureaucrats and the authority must be given complete financial autonomy.

  • TV is bigger but impact of films is definitely greater: Boman Irani

    New Delhi: Actor Boman Irani, who has dabbled in the world of photography, theatre and films, has been a part of reality TV shows, but has not worked in a daily soap. He says the reach of TV is far greater than films, but points out at the same time that films have a much greater impact.

  • Shocking Video! Man assaults woman in Indore gym after she complains about him

    In a shocking video that has surfaced on the internet, a man punched and kicked a woman at a gym in front of all the people present after she complained about his behavior during workout. But the worse part was, the crowd of the gym-trainees who are apparently body-builders, chose to remain mute spectators.

  • Good decision on AIADMK merger in one-two days, says OPS

    Chennai: Talks on the merger of the AIADMK factions are going on “smoothly” and a “good decision” will be out in a day or two, the leader of one of the factions, O. Panneerselvam, said on Saturday.

  • Nitish Kumar-led JD-U faction joins BJP-led NDA

    Patna: The JD-U faction led by Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday joined the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) at the party’s national executive meeting here.

  • Cincinnati Masters: India’s campaign ends as Mirza, Bopanna crash out

    Cincinnati: Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza and her Chinese partner Peng Shuai crashed out of the ongoing 2017 Western and Southern Open in Cincinnati, after slumping to a straight sets defeat in the semi-finals of the women’s doubles event here on Saturday.

  • India ships BrahMos missiles to Vietnam, ‘teaches’ China a lesson

    Mumbai: The Government of India has, according to Livefist Defence (https://www.livefistdefence.com/2017/08/history-made-india-gives-vietnam-the-brahmos.html), decided to supply the famed Indo-Russian BrahMos supersonic anti-ship and land-attack cruise missiles to Vietnam. The Government of India, however, refused to confirm or deny this development.

  • Pune: Judge’s daughter assaults traffic police, then cries molestation

    Pune: In a classic case of pot calling the kettle black, a judge’s husband and daughter were booked for assaulting traffic police on duty. The 20-year-old girl filed a cross complaint against the policeman, alleging that he molested and manhandled her and her father.

  • India’s tour of Sri Lanka: Can disgruntled Sri Lankans triumph over mighty Indians?

    India’s tour of Sri Lanka has so far gone on expected lines. India, the No 1 ranked Test side in world cricket crushed SL in all the three Test matches and showed why the team is rated so highly. Now the focus shifts to limited overs cricket and Lanka has to come up with something to stay relevant and if they don’t put up a fight then the India would just walk over them

  • India vs Sri Lanka: Men in Blue begin search for 2019 World Cup core

    Dambulla: The Tests clinched without much of a strain, India will begin the journey to identify the core of their 2019 World Cup squad when they square off against a low-on confidence Sri Lanka in a five-match ODI series, starting here tomorrow.

  • Worst slump in Indian IT sector in last 7 years, claims report

    Mumbai: Vishal Sikka resigned from Infosys citing the reason of false charges that were levelled against him by likes of Narayan Murthy. But the reality is far deeper than that. The reality is that the software services exports are experiencing their longest slump in seven years.