Free Press Journal
  • Indian real estate industry to enter a new era

    After encountering three significant events within six months’ time, the question that prevails is how the Indian real estate industry will perform. However, the majority of stake holders are extremely confident and awaiting a big transformation in the industry… A large scale consolidation is happening in the real estate sector. Project details submission rate is…

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  • Atom Technologies CEO Dewang Neralla on potential in the digital payment space

    Demonetisation has been a disruptive event that opened up opportunities for organisations like Atom Technologies that operate in digital payment solutions space. This multi-channel payment solutions provider  considers demonetisation as a huge opportunity to expand their footprint more rapidly. Dewang Neralla, CEO of the company, explains the ground realities and potential in the digital payment…

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  • Gota Jewellery: A budget-friendly alternative to gold & diamond

    With demand for earthy, native jewellery as well as fashion trinkets visibly on the rise, a separate corner is thus created for alternate jewellery at all leading branded stores, writes Pramita Bose Also Read: Pixelate your hair, the newest trend From costumes to jewellery, a collection of gorgeous gota has infallibly inspired innumerable designers and…

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  • Stranded father walks miles with daughter’s body

    Malkangiri (Odisha) : In a near rerun of the Dana Majhi incident in Kalahandi, a man here was forced to walk miles carrying his seven-year-old daughter’s body on Friday as the ambulance transporting them allegedly left them midway. The ambulance driver had allegedly asked the girl’s parents to get down after coming to know that the…

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  • Nitish Kumar

    Nitish asks Modi to ban alcohol across country

    Medininagar (Jharkhand): Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to impose prohibition across the country as those addicted to alcohol cannot perform yoga which requires concentration. Addressing a meeting here yesterday, Kumar said Yoga was a natural treatment process but liquor addicts cannot perform it. Yoga would be meaningless unless a…

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  • Odd-Even scheme proves that AAP can govern: Kejriwal

    Kolkata: Hailing Delhiites for contributing in the successful implementation of the odd-even scheme in the national capital, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today said it has proved that AAP can “govern” and provide leadership to the people. Kejriwal said if there is proper leadership, the people of the country can do wonders. “When we first took…

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  • Devendra Fadnavis

    A year of rope walk for Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis

    A year is not too short a period to assess the performance of a coalition government. As the Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-Shiv Sena (SS) government completes one year in office, it is busy defining the top priorities for future development of the state.It has been a roller coaster ride since…

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  • Congress -NCP face no drought of words

    Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) president and former union agriculture minister Sharad Pawar has stepped up his expose of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) – Shiv Sena alliance government for its failure to tackle drought conditions in the state. He has launched “Jail Bharo” (court arrest) agitation to demand immediate relief to debt ridden drought affected farmers…

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  • Smart Cities

    Smart cities: Not such a smart move

    The most advanced industrial state in the country will have ten smart cities as part of the Union government’s plan to have 100 smart cities in the country to push ahead “Make in India” programme. Apart from this central list, the state government will add its own list of smart cities to attract more investment…

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    Worrisome monsoon pattern

    Marathwada is reeling under severe drought conditions. Water tables in the region have gone down and so has the water level in irrigation projects. Tankers are now pressed into service to provide drinking water. For Latur, railway wagons are being used to provide water. The region, though having fertile land and many rivers criss-crossing the…

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  • Drought

    Year after year, politics on drought

    You do not need an expert to tell you that monsoon this season has been irregular and inadequate, but you need a politician to tell you how badly it is going to impact life in cities as well as rural areas in Maharashtra. Year after year, the state legislature has discussed drought like conditions and debated…

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    FDI can push more job opportunities

    The Make in India campaign has begun with a bang in Maharashtra as the global electronics manufacturing giant which makes iPhones for Apple has finally decided to make a massive investment of $5 billion in next five years to open a new manufacturing facility in the state. No wonder the state government is going overboard…

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