Free Press Journal
  • US wants to deepen defence, bilateral relationship with India

    Washington : The US wants to deepen military relationship and expand bilateral trade with New Delhi which will ease the sale of the F-16 and F-18 jets to India and will also help create a defence technology partnership, a top American diplomat has said.

  • Dipak Misra effect: 200 judgments in 2 months

    New Delhi : Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra, who sits beyond closing time of 4 pm up to an hour, has spurred the Supreme Court to deliver 200 judgments in two months since he assumed the charge and reduced the pendency of cases by 2174.

  • Indian women down Singapore by 10-0

    Kakamigahara (Japan) : Indian eves got off to a roaring start at the Women’s Asia Cup 2017 with a dominating 10-0 victory over Singapore here on Saturday.

  • Italian PM to pay a two-day visit to India

     New Delhi : Italy’s Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni will arrive on a two-day state visit to India on Sunday. Gentiloni will meet  Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj later in the day.

  • Egg trader duped of Rs 90,000 by conman

    Indore : An egg trader from Burhanpur was duped of Rs 90,000 by a conman in the name of giving him good quality eggs in cheap price on Friday. The victim has lodged a complaint with police in this regard. Sheikh Zuber of Burhanpur had given a written complaint to Tukoganj police on Saturday and stated that a man introducing self as Amzad Khan had  approached him in Burhanpur and told that

  • Kashmir still in peril due to post independence decisions: Kshama Kaul

    Ujjain : Eminent litterateur Dr Kshama Kaul (New Delhi) delivering a keynote address on the topic, “Indian Polity and Kashmir” on the fourth day of week-long 15th Dr Shivmangal Singh Suman memorial goodwill lecture series has said the integrity of Kashmir has been in peril due to certain decisions taken post-Independence.

  • Woods pleads guilty

    Washington : Tiger Woods pleaded guilty in a Florida court to reckless driving, the state attorney said, after police found the golf champion asleep in his Mercedes- Benz beside the road last May.

  • US landlord slapped with $3.5 mn fine

    San Francisco : A notorious landlord in San Francisco has been slapped with a $ 3.5 million fine by a jury which found her guilty of ousting a family from its home of 21 years to rent the unit at a higher price.

  • Nitish-led JD(U) to contest 4-5 seats in Gujarat polls

    New Delhi : The Nitish Kumar-led JD(U) on Saturday said it will contest its “traditional” four to five seats in Gujarat and urged the Election Commission to reject the Sharad Yadav faction’s claim over the party symbol so that it can fight the assembly election.

  • Central Railway down UBI, ride to the top of the table

    Mumbai : Central Railway scored a crucial 3-1 win over Union Bank of India in a Super Division match of the MHAL League 2017-2018, at the MHAL-Mahindra Stadium, Churchgate on Saturday evening.

  • Sitharaman pushes for ‘Make in India’ in defence sector

    New Delhi : Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday interacted with industry representatives from Indian as well as foreign companies in defence sector at a round table on “Energising Make in India”.

  • Apeksha, Ronak, Srish swim to glory

    Mumbai : Apeksha Fernandes from Bombay Scottish (Powai),set the pool on fire as she bagged five golds in the girls under-13 section of the Greater Mumbai Amateur Aquatic Association’s Inter-School and junior colleges swim meet, held at  Manpeshwar Civic Federation (MCF) at their sports complex at Borivali here on Saturday. Apeksha emerged best in the 50m and 100m free style, 50m breast stroke, 100m individual medley and 50m butterfly events.  However, all the

  • Resilient FC Mumbaikars rally to tame Warriors 3-1

    Mumbai: Football Club of Mumbaikars exhibited plenty of resilience and strong fighting qualities as they recovered from 0-1 first half deficit and struck three times in the second period to clinch a deserving 3-1 win against Mumbai Warriors SC in the opening match of the AIFF Under-15 Youth League 2017-18 and played under lights at the Cooperage ground, late on Friday evening. Mumbai Warriors took the lead when Jordan Soans scored the first