Free Press Journal
  • The Emirates FA brings in cards for touchline misconduct 

    London : Referees are to issue yellow and red cards to English Premier League managers who misbehave on the touchline during FA Cup and League Cup matches in a pilot scheme for season 2018-19, the FA said on Wednesday.

  • Jaisinghani, Serrao influence Dadar Club’s ride to quarters

    Mumbai : Playing confidently Gaurav Jaisinghani was impressive with his potting, especially the long ones and with good support from teammate Carl Serrao, they played influential roles in Dadar Club ‘Fighters’ success and confirm their passage into the quarter-final round of the Otters Club BSAM Mumbai Z3-Snooker League, at Otters Club Billiards Room.

  • Mob lynching complete failure of law: Ex-CJI Thakur

    New Delhi : Mob lynching is a complete failure of rule of law, former Chief Justice of India T S Thakur on Wednesday said as he cautioned that a judiciary which measures up to some political ideology will not be able to protect the Constitution.

  • Country loses the most due to disruptions in House: PM

    New Delhi :  The government has the least to lose due to disruptions in Parliament and it is the country which loses the most, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said while stressing on effective functioning of both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.

  • Armies of India and China hold meeting

    New Delhi : Armies of India and China on Wednesday held a meeting at Nathu La in Sikkim sector with an aim to strengthen peace and tranquility along the Sino-India border.

  • Part of Lucknow-Agra Expressway caves in

    Lucknow : An SUV plunged 15-20 feet after a service road caved in alongside the Agra-Lucknow expressway on Wednesday following heavy rains, prompting the Uttar Pradesh government to order a probe.

  • AAP points finger at Centre, Delhi Police over human trafficking

    NEW DELHI: The AAP on Wednesday questioned the Delhi Police and the Centre on their alleged inaction against human trafficking and said those involved in the racket were hand in glove with the top echelons in power.

  • Intertidal art gallery opens in Maldives

    Male : An intertidal art gallery, filled with around 30 sculptures acting as a habitat for coral and other marine species, was opened in the Maldives, national media reported on Wednesday.

  • SC to decide on total ban on firecrackers

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Wednesday expressed concern over growing respiratory problems among children due to air pollution and said it will decide whether there has to be a complete or reasonable curbs on the use of firecrackers.A bench of Justice A.K. Sikri and Justice Ashok Bhushan cited a report that said 20-25 per cent children suffer from respiratory diseases.

  • Mithilesh Kasare shines for Myrmidons Sports Club in Borivali Premier Football League

    Mumbai : A youthful Myrmidons Sports Club were in a dominant mood and romped to a 6-0 win against Friends Sports Club in a fifth round Group-A league match of the third Borivali Premier Football League (BPFL), conducted by the Borivali Sports Foundation played at the St. Francis D’Assisi High School ground, Borivali (West).

  • India welcomes US blacklisting of 3 Pakistan-based terrorists

    New Delhi : India on Wednesday welcomed the US’s announcement to name three Pakistan-based LeT terrorists as ‘specially designated global terrorists’ and said the move vindicates its stand that terror groups continue to operate from the neighbouring country with “impunity”.

  • Mayawati slams BJP govt for fuel price hike

    LUCKNOW: BSP president Mayawati on Wednesday flayed the BJP government for the rise in LPG price, saying it will only benefit the rich.

  • Japanese, Italian held captives in Syria

    Washington: A jihadist group released videos of a Japanese journalist and an Italian man held captive in Syria in which they appeal for their release, US-based monitors said on Wednesday.

  • Khush stars in Cambridge’s win over St Anothony

    Mumbai : Khush Gohil scored brace in Cambridge’s (Kandivali) 4-1 win over St. Anthony’s (Vakola) in a U-16 Div III match of the Mumbai Schools Sports Association Inter-School Football Tournament played at Azad Maidan on Wednesday.

  • Medicine a lucrative business: HC on plight of nurses in pvt hospitals

    The petition was moved by the Trained Nurses Association of India (TNAI) alleging non-compliance of the apex court’s January 29 direction to the Centre to form a committee to make recommendations for improving working conditions and salary of nurses in private hospitals and nursing homes.

  • ECC 6-Red snooker  to commence today

    Mumbai : At least 224 entries have been received for the ECC All India Open 6-Red Snooker Tournament, scheduled to be played at the Elphinstone Cricket Club billiards room from August 2 to 15.