Free Press Journal
  • Know A Good Teacher

    The Guru or the teacher always wishes for the student to win. And a good student wishes for the victory of the teacher. This is a very strange and unique idea about the teacher-student or Guru-shishya relationship in India.

  • Hima Das downplays controversial statement at Asian Games

    “It was a reaction coming out of the heat of the moment. There are no personal grudges against anyone in particular. Let’s not blow the controversy out of proportion and mind our own businesses. Let bygones be bygones”

  • No regrets over leaving Spain team to join Real: Lopetegui

    Madrid : Real Madrid coach Julen Lopetegui has defended his decision to sign for Real Madrid shortly after extending his contract to lead the Spanish national team to the 2020 European Championship.

  • India kicks off SAFF Cup campaign against Sri Lanka in Dhaka today

    Dhaka : Defending champions India will start as overwhelming favourites against Sri Lanka in the opening encounter of the South Asian Football Federation (SAFF) Cup at the Bangabandhu National Stadium here on Wednesday.

  • Government felicitates Asiad medal winners with cash awards  

     New Delhi : The government on Tuesday felicitated the medal winners of the 18th Asian Games with cash awards after the country registered its best-ever medal haul in the history of the continental mega sporting event.

  • Mumbai City sign Issoko

    Mumbai : Mumbai City FC has completed their last international signing for the upcoming Indian Super League season by inducting 26-year-old Arnold Nkufo Issoko from Congo into their squad.

  • Bryson DeChambeau, supreme

    Boston : Bryson DeChambeau, the 24-year-old physics major, shot four-under 67 in the fourth round, which included three straight birdies, to win his second successive FedExCup Play-off event at the Dell Technologies Championship here.

  • Rajput’s son to join Mizoram

    Mumbai : Zimbabwe head-coach Lalchand Rajput’s son Akhil is all set to play for debutants Mizoram as an outstation player in the upcoming Ranji Trophy.

  • Federer fades out

    Swiss ace bows out in the pre-quarters; Sharapova suffers loss in last-16

  • India ‘A’ 63-2 chasing stiff 262 vs Australia

    Bengaluru : India ‘A’ will need to score another 199 runs on the final day in their pursuit of a tricky target of 262 against Australia ‘A’ in the first ‘Test’ of the two-match series. A stumps on the third day, India ‘A’ were 63 for two with in-form Mayank Agarwal batting on 25 in company of Ankit Bawne (6 batting).

  • India to play first Test against WI on October 4

    New Delhi : India will begin its seven-week home series against the West Indies with a Test match at Rajkot on October 4, less than a week after the completion of the Asia Cup. The BCCI on Tuesday announced the fixtures of the home series against West Indies which will culminate on November 11.

  • A ray of hope for airlines

    Govt plans relief package for carriers amid rising fuel cost, weakening currency.

  • Pakistan drop Hafeez, Yasir

    Lahore : Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) selectors on Tuesday dropped seasoned campaigners Mohammed Hafeez and Yasir Shah from the Sarfraz Ahmed-led 16 member squad for the Asia Cup, to be played in the United Arab Emirates from September 15.

  • Rupee, fuel pose double whammy: Iata

    NEW DELHI: India’s passenger carriers are suffering from a “double whammy” of a steep rise in fuel costs and a decline in the Indian rupee’s value, global airlines association Iata said on Tuesday.

  • Arif Alvi elected new Pak Prez

    Islamabad : Dr Arif Alvi, one of the founding members of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party, was elected as the new President of Pakistan on Tuesday, according to media reports.