Free Press Journal
  • Man City in quarters

    Despite surprise loss to Basel; Juventus rallies to down Spurs

  • Roger Federer retains top spot as Simona Halep regains it

    Madrid : Switzerland’s Roger Federer stayed on top of the men’s Association of Tennis Professionals world singles rankings released on Monday with 10,105 points ahead of Spain’s Rafael Nadal.

  • PNB Scam: Nirav Modi left India with family on January 1

    Mumbai: It is yet another case of the stable being locked after the horse has bolted. Last time, it was Vijay Mallya who was allowed to scoot. This time it is diamond czar Nirav Modi. Curiously, he fled the country on January 1, much before the CBI received a complaint from the Punjab National Bank on January 29 about the Rs 280-crore fraud.

  • Koreas make history

    Sweden’s Charlotte Kalla wins first gold in Skiathlon.

  • CAS rejects appeals of 13 Russians on eve of Olys

    Pyeongchang : A group of 13 Russians lost a last-ditch bid to beat their country’s doping ban and take part in the Pyeongchang Olympics on Thursday, the day before the opening ceremony.

  • PM Narendra Modi to address plenary session of World Economic Forum at Davos

    Davos: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the plenary session of the 48th World Economic Forum (WEF) at Davos in Switzerland this afternoon. The Chairman of WEF, Klaus Schwab will host the session and Prime Minister Modi will showcase ‘New India’ to the global chief executives.

  • Nadal eases into last-16 for 11th time

    Melbourne : Spaniard Rafael Nadal on Friday thrashed Damir Dzumhur of Bosnia 6-1, 6-3, 6-1 to book a place in the fourth round at the Australian Open tennis tournament for the 11th time in his career.

  • Two Koreas agree to march together

    Seoul : The two Koreas agreed on Wednesday to march together under a single flag at the Winter Olympics opening ceremony and field a united women’s ice hockey team for the Games in a further sign of easing tensions on the peninsula.

  • Teen attacks, wounds several people with axe in Switzerland

    Berlin: A 17-year-old boy apparently attacked and wounded several people with an axe in a small town in northeastern Switzerland, police said. The teenager, a Latvian national who lived locally, was arrested by officers who used firearms and injured him in the process, St. Gallen canton (state) police said. The incident in the town of Flums started shortly after 8 p.m. (local time) yesterday.

  • Kashmiri activist raises Pakistan’s conspiracy of injecting communalism in Kashmir

    Geneva : Intervening the debate at the ongoing 36th session of Human Rights Council, Junaid Qureshi, Director European Foundation for South Asian Studies (EFSAS) based in Amsterdam, on Friday raised the issue of well-hatched conspiracy by Pakistan of injecting communalism in the Kashmir Valley.

  • 30 injured in train accident in Swiss Alps: police

    Geneva: At least 30 people were injured today when a train engine collided with carriages full of passengers at a station in the Swiss Alpine village of Andermatt, police said.

  • First evidence of water found 40 light-years away

    Geneva : The Earth-sized planets orbiting the ultracool TRAPPIST-1 dwarf star 40 light-years away may have substantial amounts of water and could be habitable, scientists say. An international team of astronomers used the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope to estimate whether there might be water on the seven planets orbiting in the nearby TRAPPIST-1 planetary.