Free Press Journal
  • Kohli, Rahane make it India’s day at Nottingham

    Nottingham : India had their collective best day of the Test series despite the rare instance of Virat Kohli (97) failing to convert a half-century and Ajinkya Rahane falling in the 80s.

  • UAE lends helping hand to flood-affected Keralites

    Dubai : The United Arab Emirates (UAE) Prime Minister and Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum has come out in support for deluge-hit Kerala and ordered the formation of an emergency committee to provide relief to the victims hit by devastating rains and floods in the state.

  • United States show looks at Monroe’s wardrobe

    San Francisco: An exhibition on dresses and costumes worn by legendary Hollywood actor Marilyn Monroe is all set to open its doors to the public on Saturday at the Paley Centre in Beverly Hills, California.

  • Manav Thakkar corners two bronze in Asian Junior TT

    Mumbai : India’s junior paddlers continued their stellar show in the Asian Junior and Cadet Championships, netting three medals in the individual events in Myanmar late on Friday night.

  • Teenage shooting sensations face stiff Asian Games test

    Palembang : Teenage prodigies Anish Bhanwala, Manu Bhaker and Elavenil Valarivan will carry India’s medal hopes in the shooting event of the Asian Games beginning here on Sunday, and standing in their way will be the mighty Chinese and South Koreans.

  • CCI Billiards: Sourav Kothari, Siddharth Parikh storm into final

    Mumbai : Sourav Kothari of ONGC and Siddharth Parikh of Railways produced impressive performances today as they blew away their respective semi-final opponents to storm into the final of the Rs 3.8 lakh prize-money CCI Billiards Classic 2018.

  • Raghul Rangaswamy, Arjun Balu battle to victories in racing nationals

    Chennai : Seasoned racer Raghul Rangasamy converted his pole position into a commanding victory to head the MRF F1600 class leaderboard in the fourth round of the national championship at the Madras Motor Racing Track, here on Saturday.

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    More than year since HC order, govt still ‘undecided’ on Dahi Handi height

    Mumbai : The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led Maharashtra government is often seen boasting of “transparency and good governance”. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis is also often heard making tall claims to fulfilling each and every announcement he makes. Add to this, the government often makes claims of not interfering with the judiciary and always abiding by its directives.

  • 14-year-old girl commits suicide

    BHOPAL : A 14-year-old girl committed suicide by hanging herself at her residence on Friday night allegedly after being scolded by mother for playing game on mobile phone, on Friday.

  • Panel to begin hearing on Maratha quota in Sept

    Mumbai : The State Backward Class Commission (SBCC) will begin hearing more than one lakh memorandums, received from various organisations and individuals across the state on the inclusion of the Maratha community in Other Backward Classes (OBCs), from the first week of September. Five different non-governmental organisations (NGOs) associated with the Bharatiya Janata Party and its parent organisation, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), submitted their reports to the commission last month.