Free Press Journal
  • Halep and Venus into quarters, Wozniacki falls

    Indian Wells : World No. 1 Simona Halep and Venus Williams punched their tickets to the Indian Wells quarter-finals, while Caroline Wozniacki suffered another exit at the hands of Russia’s rising star Daria Kasatkina.

  • Sebi to link retail investors’ derivative play with income

    Trading turnover in derivative products has seen a sharp surge of 10-fold over the past decade, during which the ratio of trades in equity derivatives to that of equity cash market has risen to 15-times.

  • India eyes series-levelling win against Oz

    Vadodara : India will have to rectify their shortcomings when they face an ascending Australia in a must-win second game of the three-match series, which is part of the ICC Women’s ODI Championship.

  • He was a brilliant, extraordinary mind, says May

    London : Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday paid tribute to world-renowned British scientist Stephen Hawking as “a brilliant and extraordinary mind” whose legacy “will not be forgotten” after his death at the age of 76.

  • Sevilla’s stunner

    Humbles Man Utd to enter quarters along with Roma

  • Hollywood remembers ‘ladies’ man’ 

    Los Angeles : Stars paid their condolences to British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking following his death on Wednesday.

  • Chernobyl victim ‘on cloud nine’ after Paralympic gold 

     Pyeongchang : An American skier who suffered birth defects due to the Chernobyl nuclear disaster and spent her early life in orphanages said today she was “on cloud nine” after winning Winter Paralympic gold.

  • Jhulan back for T20’s

    New Delhi : Veteran seamer Jhulan Goswami was named in the Indian women’s team for the T20 tri-series involving Australia and England with Harmanpreet Kaur back as the leader. The tri-series will be played between March 22-31.

  • Doubling farmers’ income by reducing food loss

    Mumbai : From increasing exports to accelerating food processing, to increasing efficiency in farm, are usually considered as enablers to double farmer’s income. But none of this will be possible unless you have a mechanism to maximise the nutritional value of agricultural output, and minimise losses as well.

  • Srikanth, Sindhu win; Saina bows out

    Birmingham : Star Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal on Wednesday made a first-round exit from the All England Championship after a straight-game defeat against World No. 1 and defending champion Tai Tzu-Ying, here.

  • Depression: The Dark Corner; why people fall prey to it

    Encountering someone near or dear to us having a sad and long face, is something that we all have experienced at some point of our life. We perceive that condition as tension. But the prolonged tension along with sadness, feeling to isolate oneself from society and losing interest in one’s favourite activities are early signs of depression. Generally the patients are not treated medically as people think it embarrassing to go to

  • Indian athletes depart for C’wealth Games

    New Delhi : A four-member athletics team departed for training and participation in the 2018 Commonwealth Games to be held in Gold Coast, Australia from April 4.

  • Rani to lead hockey team at CWG

    New Delhi : Ace striker Rani Rampal will captain an 18-strong Indian women’s team, while experienced goalkeeper Savita will shoulder the duties of vice-captain at next month’s Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Hockey India said on Wednesday.

  • Ciriello aims to improve dragflicking abilities

    Bengaluru : Indian hockey team’s analytical coach Chris Ciriello today said apart from improving dragflicking abilities, his task is also to inculcate winning habit among players.

  • Kagiso Rabada’s ban a bonus for Australia, feels Haddin

    Port Elizabeth : Ahead of the third Test against South Africa starting at Cape Town on Tuesday, Australia’s assistant coach Brad Haddin felt that the absence of suspended fast bowler Kagiso Rabada is a bonus for the visitors, especially after the four-match series is locked at one-all.

  • College flag flies at half-mast

    Cambridge : The flag over the late Stephen Hawking’s Cambridge University college flew at half-mast on Wednesday, as students and academics came to pay tribute after the physicist’s death.