Free Press Journal
  • It’s unbelievable

    Kohli on Chahal-Yadav spin web after 124-run win over Proteas in third ODI..

  • Uproar in Parl over special status to AP

    As the Lok Sabha met, members from the TDP and the YSR Congress trooped near the Speaker’s podium with placards and started raising slogans demanding “justice” for Andhra Pradesh. In Rajya Sabha, the scene was no different.

  • India men & women enter quarter-finals despite loss

    Alor Setar (Malaysia) : The Indian men and women’s teams on Thursday qualified for the quarterfinals despite losing to their respective opponents in the Badminton Asia Team Championship here.

  • Bandh in AP; bus services suspended, schools shut

    Amaravati : A state-wide bandh over Andhra Pradesh being overlooked in the Union Budget on Thursday affected normal life with almost all parties but the BJP supporting the call given by the Left parties.

  • Harinder Pal Sandhu stuns Lake to enter last 8

    Mumbai : Former national champion Harinder Pal Sandhu sprang a surprise in the inaugural USD 35,000 Vedanta Indian Squash Open here on Thursday by ousting seeded English rival Nathan Lake of England 3-1.

  • Giriraj Singh booked in land grabbing case

    PATNA: An FIR has been registered against Union Minister and BJP MP from Bihar’s Nawada Giriraj Singh along with 33 people in Danapur Police Station in connection with a land grabbing case.

  • Tendulkar lends support to blind chess tournament

    Mumbai : Cricket legend and Bharat Ratna Sachin Tendulkar on Thursday expressed his support to the ongoing National Chess Championship for the visually challenged, organised by the All India Chess Federation for the Blind.

  • Dalwinder, Sureshkumar storm into final eight

    Mumbai : National champion and second seed Dalwinder Singh of Punjab and third seed Manish Sureshkumar of Tamil Nadu stormed into the men’s singles quarter-finals, of the AITA Ranking Rs 22 lakh prize-money JVPG Anirudh Desai All-India Open Tennis Tournament 2018, at the Juhu Vile Parle Gymkhana’s tennis courts on Thursday.

  • Be ready for early polls, Sonia tells party MPs

    New Delhi : Sonia Gandhi, the Congress Parliamentary Party chairperson, on Thursday cautioned the party MPs to be prepared for an early Lok Sabha election as done by then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

  • Ranjane stars in Mumbai’s two-wkt win over Tamil Nadu

    Chennai : Mumbai on Thursday handed host Tamil Nadu a second straight defeat, winning by two wickets to secure a third consecutive victory in the ongoing Vijay Hazare Trophy Group ‘C’ League here.

  • Kamalendra Kanwar, Editorial, Maldives, India, Chinese Hegemony, World affairs

    Amid India snub, Maldives sends envoys to China, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan

    Male/New Delhi : Maldives’ embattled President Abdulla Yameen, under global scrutiny, sent envoys to “friendly” China, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia to brief them about the political crisis in his Indian Ocean atoll nation as India politely declined to host his Foreign Minister.  A day after the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein called the Maldivian crisis an “all-out assault on democracy”, an EU delegation arrived in the Maldives

  • Ankita does it again

    But doubles let India down, out of World Group Play-offs race

  • Train to Pakistan from Rajasthan for another three years

    New Delhi : Despite increasing exchanges across the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir, India and Pakistan have quietly signed a deal to connect the two South Asian nuclear-armed neighbours through Munabao-Khokhrapar rail line for another three years.

  • Key Trump aide quits as ex-wives allege abuse Rob Portman, 40, has, however, denied the allegations

    Washington : Rob Portman, White House Staff Secretary and a close aide of US President Donald Trump, resigned on Thursday  after his two ex-wives accused him of physical and emotional abuse. White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders told reporters Portman has resigned, a day after the UK-based Daily Mail newspaper published allegations of his two ex-wives, Colbie Holderness and Jennifer Willoughby, accusing him of domestic violence.

  • SC raps UP govt in Taj Mahal protection case

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Thursday directed the Uttar Pradesh government to place before it a vision document on protection and preservation of the Taj Mahal and asked why there was a “sudden flurry of activities” in the Taj Trapezium Zone (TTZ).

  • Ex-Bangla PM gets 5 yrs RI By Anisur Rahman

    Dhaka : Bangladesh’s ex-premier Khaleda Zia was on Thursday sentenced to five years rigorous imprisonment(RI) for corruption, a huge setback for the 72-year-old main opposition leader who may be barred from contesting the next general election in December.

  • ‘FIFA probes Russians on doping abuse allegations’

    Moscow : The world governing body for football, FIFA, is holding investigations in regard to two Russian footballers, Ruslan Kambolov and Ivan Knyazev, on suspicion of violating anti-doping regulations, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Vitaly Mutko said.