Free Press Journal
  • UK watchdog reviews evidence after Cambridge Analytica raids

     London : British regulators finished searching the offices of Cambridge Analytica, the firm at the centre of a Facebook data scandal, before dawn on Saturday and said they would examine the evidence before considering “next steps”.

  • Devotee donates Rs 39 lakh gold lamp to Shirdi temple

    Shirdi : A Mumbai-based devotee has donated a five-wick lamp made from 1,351 grams of gold worth Rs 39 lakh to the renowned Sai Baba temple in Shirdi, temple authorities said on Saturday.

  • Shooter Jitu Rai confident of bagging CWG medal

    New Delhi : Seasoned shooter Jitu Rai has put the setback of the Rio Olympics in 2016 behind him and is confident of a podium finish as he prepares for the Commonwealth Games starting April 4 Gold Coast in Australia. In an interaction with IANS here, the Nepal-born shooter said he has worked hard on his shortcomings, and is aiming to win the gold medal in the upcoming CWG.

  • Hi-tech Mandi to be set up in industrial area

    MANDIDEEP : A Mandi equipped with modern technology will be built near Pachpan Siri Hanuman Mandir in the industrial area of the town.

  • Punishments are Marijne’s way to improve discipline

    New Delhi : Sjoerd Marijne is handing out punishments to erring players training for the Commonwealth Games, the Indian men’s hockey team chief coach trying out the unique experiment to inculcate in his wards discipline, which he says is key to achieving success.

  • Messi isn’t missed as Argentina down Italy

    Manchester : Ever Banega ensured Argentina weren’t derailed by Lionel Messi’s absence as the World Cup contenders clinched a 2-0 win over Italy in a friendly at the Etihad Stadium.

  • Girls should study, bring glory to families: Minister

    MORENA : Health minister Rustam Singh said on Saturday that girls should study and bring glory to their families. He made the above statement at a prize distribution function in Government Maharani Lakshmi Kanya Mahavidyalaya.

  • Ronaldo steals limelight

    Zurich : Cristiano Ronaldo hit two goals in stoppage time as European champions Portugal defeated Egypt 2-1 in a friendly international, winning his personal duel with Mohamed Salah who had put the seven-time African champions ahead.

  • Congress to hold march for highlighting civic problems 

    GWALIOR : The Congress Party will take out a 140-km long march on Monday to highlight the problems of drinking water, electricity, roads, health, ration cards and unemployment.

  • 17 criminals arrested to prevent crime against women 

    NARSINGHPUR: As many as 17 criminals were arrested for committing crime against women on Saturday as part of the campaign to stop rapes, molestation and other crimes.

  • Spain draws with Germany

    Dusseldorf : Germany head coach Joachim Loew says he knows the areas where the defending champions must improve before the World Cup after drawing 1-1 with Spain.

  • PIO crashes car into US airbase

    New York: An Indian-origin man unauthorisedly drove past into a major air force base in the US and died as the vehicle crashed and burst into flames, with FBI saying they are investigating the motive. Hafiz Kazi, 51, of Sausalito drove his minivan into the Travis Air Force Base in California on March 21 without authorisation. FBI Sacramento Special Agent in Charge Sean Ragan said. In the car, 5 propane tanks, and

  • England beat Holland

     Amsterdam : England spoiled Ronald Koeman’s debut as the Dutch national coach, beating the hosts 1-0 here in a contest that offered plenty of pace but was lacking in polish.

  • Women receive tips on cleanliness

    SHIVPURI : A large number of women were given tips about how to keep themselves and children clean at a camp recently held by Child Line at Anganwadi centre in Raghavendra Nagar.