Free Press Journal
  • Wrestler Divya Kakran slams Delhi government for not extending any help before Asian Games

    New Delhi: Wrestler Divya Kakran, who won a bronze in the recently held 18th Asian Games in Jakarta, on Wednesday lashed out at the Delhi government for not extending any help to her before the games. “Nobody helps us when we need it and had I got assistance, I could have even won a gold medal,” she said at a felicitation event held by the Delhi government here.

  • Mumbai: Cop dies in hit & run on daughter’s birthday

    Mumbai: A motorcycle-borne traffic constable, Atul Ghagare, attached with Rabale police, was mowed down by an unknown vehicle early on Friday near Taloja. The unidentified accused hit Ghagare who was on his way back to the police station, after attending a traffic jam call, and fled the crime scene.

  • Ajit Doval remarks on J&K status cause a flutter

    Mumbai: Even as petitions on Article 35A are pending in the Supreme Court seeking abrogation of the separate constitution of Jammu and Kashmir, National Security Adviser Ajit Doval has opened a Pandora’s Box by declaring that the separate constitution of J&K is an “aberration” and that the sovereignty of India could never be compromised.

  • Crack on Bhiwandi flyover, panic rules

    Thane: Chunks of concrete fell from the Rajiv Gandhi flyover at Bhiwandi on Wednesday morning, leading to widespread panic. Luckily, the chunks did not hit anyone as it was not peak hour.

  • Maratha girl from Pune challenges BJP MLA Ram Kadam, says I dare you, abduct me

    Mumbai: In a ‘selvie’ — a video recording of oneself shared socially — a Maratha girl, Minkashi Ganesh Dimble Patil from Pune, has challenged Bharatiya Janata Party legislator Ram Kadam to abduct her from her house. Minkashi is outraged at the audacious declaration of Kadam wherein he offered to abduct girls against their wishes and forcibly marry them off to boys who were interested in them.

  • RBI rate panel member doubts BJP’s world-beating GDP data

    Mumbai: Not everyone is convinced of the rosy growth numbers that the BJP government has churned out. Among the ‘dissenters’ is Ravindra Dholakia, a member of the RBI Monetary Policy Committee, which is tasked with the responsibility of setting the key rates.

  • Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj

    Individual Dis-harmony leads to Universal Dis-harmony

    We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them, said Albert Einstein.. Wasn’t he right ? If we look around, we would just realize that the world we live in is full of problems..problems and problems. However, none of us can pin-point any single major factor that lies at the root of all those problems.  A penetrating look at these problems, most of which are interlinked,

  • I will now fully focus on 1500m till Tokyo Olys, says Jinson Johnson

    “If you are focussing on the Olympics, there is no point competing in both 800m and 1500m. I have spoken to my coaches and have decided that my focus will be on 1500m for Tokyo Olympics. I believe I will be a medal contender in Tokyo.

  • Rafael Nadal dumps Dominic

    Defending champ survives an epic quarter-final confrontation to reach seventh semi-final

  • Six-time champion Serena Williams enters semis

    New York : Six-time champion Serena Williams shook off a sluggish start to power past eighth-seeded Karolina Pliskova 6-4, 6-3 and into the US Open semi-finals.