Free Press Journal
  • Inter Milan snatches CL spot from Lazio

    Milan : Inter Milan snatched the final Champions League berth with a dramatic come-from-behind 3-2 win over direct European rivals Lazio on the final day of the season at the Stadio Olimpico on Sunday.

  • Three Fortis board members step down

    New Delhi : Three members on Fortis Healthcare’s board — Harpal Singh, Sabina Vaisoha and Tejinder Singh Shergill — resigned during the weekend.

  • Ankita Raina

    Grand Slam calling: Ankita to play French Open qualifiers

    Mumbai : It’s been an eventful past six months for India’s tennis sensation Ankita Raina. After her quarter-final finish in the Mumbai Open in November, the India No. 1 Ankita played brilliantly in the Fed Cup in February, winning all four of her singles matches including wins over higher-ranked players like Lin Zhu of China and Kazakhstan’s Yulia Putintseva, to help India retain their place in the Asia-Oceania Group 1.

  • Saeed’s MML to drag Pak poll panel to court for contempt

    Lahore : The Milli Muslim League (MML), the political face of Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed’s JuD, on Monday accused Pakistan’s election commission of using delaying tactics to register the group as a political party and committing contempt of court.

  • Mayawati’s official residence now Kanshi Ram memorial

    Lucknow : Notwithstanding the Supreme Court order, former UP chief ministers Mayawati and Akhilesh Yadav appear not very keen on leaving the official bungalows allotted to them.

  • Nadal wrestles back to top spot post Rome win

    London : Spanish tennis maestro Rafael Nadal returned to his lost number one spot in the latest Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) rankings released on Monday.

  • China successfully launches satellite to explore dark side of Moon

    Beijing : China successfully launched a relay satellite on Monday  to enable a rover to communicate with the Earth from the Moon’s mysterious far side, as part of the Communist giant’s ambitious goal of being the first country to send such a probe.

  • 2 train bogeys catch fire, no one hurt

    Gawalior/Jhansi: Two bogeys of a train, going from Delhi to Visakhapatnam, caught fire on Monday in Madhya Pradesh’s Gwalior district, following which alert passengers pulled the chain to stop the train and evacuate it, police said.

  • India ousts Australia 4-1 in Uber Cup Final

    Bangkok : Indian women’s badminton team, led by Saina Nehwal, notched up a dominating 4-1 win over lowly Australia in the second Group A match of the Uber Cup Final here on Monday.

  • NCLAT declines to stay Tatas’ Bhushan deal

    New Delhi : The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) on Monday declined to stay Tata Steel’s acquisition of debt-laden Bhushan Steel under the corporate insolvency resolution process.

  • Western rolls past Freunds to win Mount Carmel women’s crown

    Mumbai : Riding on the combined efforts of Jaswinder Kaur and Rajuta Malik, a formidable Western Railway smoothly sailed to a fluent 6-1 win against a youthful Freunds Sports Club in the Women’s final of the Mount Carmel Invitation Floodlit Rink Hockey Tournament , organised by the Carmel Sports Committee, at the Mount Carmel Church compound.

  • ED attaches Rs 170-cr Nirav Modi assets

    Mumbai: The Enforcement Directorate took fresh action against Nirav Modi and attached assets worth Rs 170 crore of the absconding diamantaire in connection with its money laundering probe in the over $2 billion PNB fraud case, officials said. They

  • Tata Chemicals net up 23 per cent in Q4

    Mumbai  : Tata Chemicals reported a 23.37 per cent growth in consolidated net profit for the March quarter at Rs 355.90 crore, mainly driven by healthy margins in chemicals, soda ash and salt business and gains from sale of its urea business to Yara Fertilisers India.

  • Krishan,Yashraj advance into second round

    Mumbai : Top seed Krishan Hooda of Chandigarh faced a bit of a challenge from unseeded Parv Nage of Haryana in a boys singles first round match of the MSLTA – Yonex Sunrise 12th Ramesh Desai Memorial CCI All India Nationals Under-16 (boys & girls) Tennis Tournament 2018.

  • Indian Oil Summer Sports Camp held at the Sawantwadi Nagar Parishad

    At the Indian Oil Summer Sports Camp being held at the Sawantwadi Nagar Parishad Sports Hall, Sawantwadi from May, 22nd to 26th 2018, the untapped young talent from the rural areas will have as their guides and mentors, national and internationally renowned expert sportspersons coaching them in games like Table Tennis, Carrom, Badminton, Chess, Cricket and Bridge.  The camp is being organised in collaboration with Mother’s Queen School along with Sindhudurg District

  • 12th edition of CFO Leadership Summit to be held soon

    With a new generation of employees coming on board, the corporate world is rapidly changing and evolving, rethinking from this generation’s perspective. The role of CFOs too has evolved and grown over the years with their responsibilities that have grown multifold. The CFO today, has entered the boardrooms and give their opinion to develop the corporate strategies.