Free Press Journal
  • ‘Apratim Bharat’ released by Governor of Odisha

    Belongingness is the philosophy of Bharat and there is no boundary of belongingness, said Ganeshi Lal, Governor of Odisha, while releasing a book titled ‘Apratim Bharat’ (Unique Bharat) in Bhubaneswar.

  • Tens of thousands return home after south Syria ceasefire deal

    Beirut : Tens of thousands have returned to their homes in southern Syria since a ceasefire deal between regime ally Russia and rebels to end more than two weeks of deadly bombardment, a monitor said on Sunday.

  • ONGC pushes back KG gas output target

    The revised dates were set when ONGC spudded the first of the 34 wells under the project on April 8 this year.

  • Dipa creates history, becomes first Indian to win gold in global event

    New Delhi : Dipa Karmakar on Sunday scripted history by becoming the first Indian gymnast to clinch a gold medal at a global event, announcing in style her comeback from a career-threatening injury, at the FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Challenge Cup in Mersin, Turkey.

  • International forum on non-ferrous mineral, metals held

    The 22nd International Conference on Non-Ferrous Mineral & Metals 2018 concluded recently wherein technical papers on national and international non-ferrous sector were presented. During the seminar, the current status, challenges, development as well as expansion programme of non-ferrous industry were deliberated upon. As Jharkhand is enriched in non-ferrous minerals, the possibility of exploitation was stressed upon for the growth of Jharkhand. The conference was devoted to emerging themes in non-ferrous metals, in-house

  • Why ‘Wimbledon white’ is not quite right for FedEx?

    London : With a record eight Wimbledon titles, Roger Federer has achieved most things at the All England Club. However, he is yet to have his underwear inspected in forensic detail by over-zealous officials keen to enforce the tournament’s all-white clothing policy.

  • Zaman leads Pakistan to T20 tri-series title

    Harare : Opener Fakhar Zaman cracked a career-best 91 to help set up Pakistan’s six-wicket win over Australia in the final of the Twenty20 tri-series at Harare Sports Club on Sunday.

  • EdCIL India set to be Rs 1,500-cr company in 2019: Satya Pal Singh

    EdCIL celebrated 37 years of excellence with Minister of State for HRD (higher education), Satya Pal Singh gracing the occasion. Diptiman Das, CMD, EdCIL (India) in his welcoming speech expressed gratitude to the guests for the commendable support and dedication to EdCIL. He acknowledged the major ongoing transformation of the Indian education sector and initiatives taken by Ministry of HRD. He further added, “The company has a robust order book of approximately

  • Japan’s Momota lifts Indonesia Open trophy

    Jakarta : Japan’s Kento Momota defeated Danish World No. 1 Viktor Axelsen 21-14, 21-9 on Sunday to win the Indonesia Open badminton tournament, a BWF Tour 1000 event.

  • Maldives snubs India again, signs power deal with Pakistan

    The MoU will facilitate the participation of Maldives State Electric Company staff in training activities of Water and Power Development Authority, implementation of staff exchange programmes, participation in experience sharing and institution-building activities.

  • MDFA: Pioneer Residency charge to easy victory

    Mumbai : A charged up Pioneer Residency SC enjoyed complete dominance and inflicted a 3-0 defeat on Ummat E Milan in a Third Division match of the MDFA League at the St. Xavier’s ground, Parel on Sunday.