Free Press Journal
  • Anderson prevails over Kukushkin; Cilic outplays Herbert

    Pune : Marin Cilic and Kevin Anderson, the two Grand Slam finalists in 2017, raised the prospects of a title clash after reaching the semi-finals of the Tata Open Maharashtra, albeit, with contrasting wins, here on Thursday night.

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    Rahul slams govt over investment plunge

    New Delhi : Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Thursday slammed the Modi government over the reported plunge in fresh investments in the country, terming its record a “Fake in India” programme, reports PTI.

  • Will serve legal notice to Pak defence minister: JuD

    Lahore : The JuD has said it will serve a legal notice to Pakistan’s defence minister for “defaming” it, days after the government banned the Hafiz Saeed-led outfit from collecting donations following US President Donald Trump’s outburst against Islamabad’s sheltering of terrorists.

  • Sreejesh put on 12-month probation by Hockey India

    New Delhi : Indian star goalkeeper PR Sreejesh has been put on a 12-month probation by Hockey India’s disciplinary committee for taking part in a celebrity charity football match in Mumbai last year.

  • Tamil Nadu boys and girls clinch grand double crowns

    Mumbai : Tamil Nadu boys and girls dished out impressive performances to clinch a grand double, winning the Sub-Junior girls’ and boys’ Team Championship crowns in the of the LIC of India sponsored 44th Sub-Junior National and Inter-State Carrom Championship, organized by the All India Carrom Federation and hosted by the Maharashtra Carrom Association, at the Halari Visa Oswal Samaj Hall, Dadar (East) on Thursday evening.

  • Peru’s defense Min resigns after Fujimori pardon

    Lima : Peru’s defense minister has resigned, becoming the second cabinet member to step down after President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski controversially pardoned former leader Alberto Fujimori, who had been incarcerated for murder and other rights abuses.

  • ‘Government to opt for wider deficit target in FY19’

     Mumbai : A fiscal slippage in FY18 will likely result in the government opting for a wider gap for the 2018-19 financial year, in the upcoming budget, foreign lender DBS said on Thursday.

  • Scientific method of closing Bhanpur Khanti will start from today

    Day by day process of cleaning the city under Swachh Bharat Mission is gaining momentum. As a part of this, action for closure of Bhanpur Khanti adopting scientific method will start today. For this Bhopal Municipal Corporation has entered in an agreement with Surat, Gujarat-based Saurashtra Enviro Projects Pvt. Ltd. and also issued a work order. While giving order of starting capping etc. work towards closing of Bhanpur Khanti after completing all

  • In 2017, losses from disasters at USD 330bn

    Frankfurt : The financial pain inflicted by natural disasters worldwide almost doubled in 2017, German reinsurance giant Munich Re said on Thursday, with a new record in losses from weather-related catastrophes. The year gone by witnessed the worst hurricane season on record and major monsoon flooding, the company said, warning that as climate change intensifies it expects “extreme weather to occur more often in the future”.