Free Press Journal
  • Ranjane stars in Andheri’s win over North Mumbai 

    Mumbai : Shubham Ranjane did the star turn with both bat and ball as ARCS Andheri recovered from a poor start to inflict a 23-run defeat on North Mumbai Panthers in the opening game of the inaugural T20 Mumbai League at the Wankhede Stadium here on Sunday.

  • Four Tirupati pilgrims killed in accident

    Tirupati : Four pilgrims from Kerala, including a woman, were killed and six of their relatives injured on Sunday after their vehicle rammed a speeding bus at Madhavan Thopu, about 85 km from here, police said.

  • India women get ready for Australia test  

    Vadodara : High on confidence after the triumph in South Africa, Indian women’s cricket team will be aiming to put up another stellar show against Australia in the three-match ODI series beginning here on Monday.

  • Rabada restores Proteas ascendancy in 2nd Test

     Port Elizabeth : Kagiso Rabada struck shortly before the close to restore South Africa’s ascendancy on the third day of the second Test against Australia at St George’s Park on Sunday.

  • BJP MLA beats up Dalit women, makes racial slur

    Rudrapur (U’khand) : An FIR was filed against a BJP MLA from Uttarakhand for allegedly beating up Dalit women and making casteist remarks here, the police said on Sunday.

  • Bashir shines as ARC India wins Aditya Birla Polo Cup

    Mumbai : Riding on the brilliance of Bashir Ali who scored three goals, ARC India rallied to overcome France 4-1 in the final of the Aditya Birla Memorial Polo Cup Tournament, organized by the Amateur Riders’ Club (ARC) as part of the 71st Annual Horse Show & Polo Tournaments – 2018, and played the ARC polo grounds, Mahalaxmi Race Course, Mumbai.

  • Paes makes Davis Cup comeback

    AITA ignores Bopanna’s reservations, duo to play doubles against China

  • Korean para Nordic skier makes history

    PyeongChang : South Korean para Nordic skier Sin Eui-hyun on Sunday said that he is proud to become part of the country’s Winter Paralympic history after winning bronze in a cross-country skiing event here.

  • Barcelona strolls past Malaga

    Madrid : Lionel Messi was away attending the birth of his son but Barcelona still had more than enough to beat 10-man Malaga 2-0 and move 11 points clear at the top of La Liga.

  • WIAA 10th Women’s Car Rally on March 25

    Mumbai : The 10th edition of the Women’s Car Rally to the Valley is scheduled to be held on Sunday, March 25. This much-anticipated annual event, conducted exclusively for women is being organized by the Western India Automobile Association (WIAA) in partnership with Lavassa City. The Rally also has the support of JK Tyres and Motul.

  • maharashtra, swiss challenge, solar projects, reservoirs, mulling adoption, water bodies

    PM bats for low-cost solar project financing

    New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said there was a need to provide concessional finance to solar energy projects in India as well as in other countries. Modi, who was speaking at the first International Solar Alliance Summit here co-hosted by France, said India will generate 175 gigawatts (GW) of electricity from renewable energy sources by 2022.

  • Our Lady of Egypt retains Orlem Super Cup

    Mumbai : Goalkeeper Vikram Singh’s heroics under the bar saved the day for defending champions Our Lady of Egypt Parish, Kalina and helped them retain their men’s open crown in the Dhoot Developers sponsored 5th All-Mumbai Inter-Parish football tournament for the ‘Orlem Super Cup’, organised by the Our Lady of Lourdes Parish, Orlem.

  • Noose tightens for PSBs as RBI begins special auditing

    New Delhi : Rattled by spate of banking frauds, RBI has initiated special audit of state-owned lenders with focus on trade financing activities, especially relating to issuance of letters of undertakings (LoUs) by them, banking sources said.

  • India shrugs off note ban disruptions: IMF

    Washington : The Indian economy now seems to be on its way to recovering from disruptions caused by demonetisation and roll-out of goods and services tax, the IMF said on Sunday.

  • Chelsea revives hopes

    London : Chelsea revived its hopes for a top-four English Premier League spot with a 2-1 win over Crystal Palace at the Stamford Bridge, reassuring the team prior to its match against Barcelona in the Champions League round of 16.

  • Commerce ministry studying impact of US tariff increase

    New Delhi : The commerce ministry is studying the impact of duty hike by the US on certain steel and aluminium products as India exports these goods worth about $2 billion per annum to America.

  • Putting risk in perspective

    One of the primary aims of the investor is to ensure that the invested capital remains reasonably safe. We are using the word ‘reasonably’ and not ‘absolutely’ with a very good purpose. A prudent investor realises the truth behind the dictum ‘nothing risked, nothing gained’. Every time he opts for safety, he pays a price for this safety. The difference between the interest he would have earned and he actually earns is