Free Press Journal
  • Nirav used chawl to hide scam papers

    Mumbai : Diamantaires Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi, prime accused in the country’s biggest bank fraud, were using a chawl in Mumbai to hide documents related to the Rs 12,636-crore scam.

  • Back home, tough task ahead for Parrikar

    Panaji : After being in and out of the hospital, Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar is going to be finally back where he loves to be the most, Mahalaxmi, the official residence of the Chief Minister.

  • Neymar out for 3 months, says team doctor

    Rio de Janeiro : Brazil forward Neymar faces a race against time to be fit for the World Cup after it was revealed he will need up to three months to recover from foot surgery.

  • Car sales in top gear on firm demand

    New Delhi : Robust domestic demand along with a pick-up in exports and the waning effects of demonetisation and GST led automobile manufacturers to report healthy sales figures for February. Passenger car major Maruti Suzuki India’s overall sales, including exports rose by 15 per cent in February. The company’s total sales during the month rose to 149,824 units from 130,280 units sold during the corresponding month of 2017. Its February exports grew

  • Barca stumbles at Las Palmas

    Las Palmas (Spain) : La Liga leaders FC Barcelona stumbled here against UD Las Palmas and had to settle for a 1-1 draw that leaves them with a margin of just five points over second-placed Atletico Madrid in the Spanish football league.

  • Mumbai to host ‘The Big CIO Show’

    This event by Trescon scheduled on March 14 – 15, 2018, at The Leela Mumbai will be a flagship event for the IT industry. It will help attendees understand the technological impact of industrial revolution 4.0 and strategies that work for their business…

  • Oz takes control as AB fights a lone battle

    Durban : Mitchell Starc proved why he is looked at as the spearhead of the Australian bowling attack against South Africa at the Kingsmead here on Friday. With a brilliant and hostile bowling spell (10.4/3/35/5) he reduced the Proteas to a mere 162 in their first innings. Nathan Lyon (16/3/50/3) supported him while the lone batting star for the hosts was AB De Villiers who remained unconquered on 71. With three days

  • I want to pick brains of  Dhoni and Bravo: Wood

    “I think learning to cope in pressure situations can only help. And picking the brains of some of the legends of the game… MS Dhoni (pic) as my captain will provide a great insight and I would love to work with (Dwayne) Bravo and develop my slower ball,” says Mark Wood

  • Baroda all-rounder Hooda hopes to make debut in SL tri-series

    Mumbai : With some key players, including captain Virat Kohli, given a break, young Baroda all-rounder Deepak Hooda is optimistic of making his international debut in the upcoming T20 tri-nation series in Sri Lanka.

  • CPL chief warns against clash with English T20 tournament

    Although English cricket has the Twenty20 Blast involving all 18 first-class counties, ECB chiefs have long looked enviously at more ‘attractive’ franchise T20 tournaments such as the hugely lucrative Indian Premier League or Australia’s Big Bash.