Free Press Journal
  • Imran adores Big B

    VIVEK KAR Imran Khan is gearing up for the release of  Delhi Belly and with Aamir Khans promotional tactics the film is successfully receiving the audiences attention. But the movie is also being a target of negative comments with its bold music. And here is another reason for the duo of Aamir- Imran to worry.

  • THINGS THAT MATTER

    The Tipping Point – How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference Author: Malcolm Gladwell Publisher: Hachette Book Publishing India Cost: Rs 295 M alcolm Gladwell, a staff writer for New Yorker Magazine, in The Tipping Point, writes a fascinating study of human behaviour patterns, and shows us where the smallest things can trigger an epidemic of change.

  • CM launches IMCs Pravinchandra V Gandhi Chairon Banking at MU

    Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan inaugurated the Indian Merchant Chambers Pravinchandra V Gandhi Chair on Banking and Finance at the University of Mumbai last week in the presence of dignitaries such as Rajesh Tope, Maharashtras Minister for Higher and Technical Education, Dr Rajan Welukar, Vice Chancellor of Mumbai University, Dilip Dandekar, President of Indian Merchants Chamber, and other academicians and businessmen.

  • Indias first green business schoolannouced

    The countrys first green business school – Universal Business School ( UBS) – was launched in Mumbai last week by Sherif Dr Indu Shahani. The school aims to create responsible corporate leaders who adhere to ethical principles. The panel present at the press conference comprised of Gurdip Anand ( Principal Founder, Chairman and Managing Director, UBS), Tarun Anand ( Co- Founder, UBS) Babulal Verma ( Co- Founder, UBS), Dr Indu Shahani ( Sheriff of

  • Don Bosco alumni distributes mangoes at shelters

    The Don Bosco Alumni Matunga Unit recently renovated their Past Pupils office premises provided to them by Don Bosco High School – Matunga. It was inaugurated on earlier this month.

  • IGNOU inks pact with rural development institute

    The Indira Gandhi National Open Universitys ( IGNOU) Center of Corporate Education and Training and Consultancy ( CCETC) and School of Agriculture ( SOA) recently signed an ( MoU) with the Bankers Institute of Rural Development ( BIRD) to offer a fully residential programme called the Post Graduate Diploma in Rural Banking ( PGDRB) in July 2011.

  • THE RIGHT SPIRIT

    alt147One should work hard and study for knowledge, not just for adegree,alt148 urges Alamuri Venkateswara Gupta, Chairman of Alamuri Ratnamala Institute of Engineering and Technology

  • LOST IN TRANSLATION?

    It is wonder that she can remember even basic words, let alone the finer nuances. After all, she does know 20 foreign languages! KNOWLEDGE catches up with polyglot Amrutha Joshi

  • RISKY BUSINESS

    Management schools should be relatively more open forums than closed shops, reports PRITI BOTADKAR as she takes alook at what ails todays management education

  • Fizz in the quizz

    An interesting dissection of the tradition of quizzing in India 4

  • WHAT NOW?

    In asituation where despite results being promising, and college seats not available, what are the options available to average scorers?

  • HIGH ON ITEM NUMBERS

    After item numbers like Razia and Shalu, Mallika Sherawat is back with Jalebi Baiand is ready to some more sizzling tracks

  • Salmans southern tadka

    LIPIKA VARMA The action man of Bollywood, Salman Khan is making lots of monies by remaking southern movies. Two of Sallus films, alt145 Wantedand alt145 Readyhave been successful remakes.

  • Kapil at his best!

    The entire small screen industry came together in high spirits to celebrate Big Television Awards and made the event memorable with scintillating performances. Big Television awards are a unique platform where viewers choose their favourite characters on the basis of performance and the way they have touched viewers heart. On this special occasion Kapil Sharma, chain winner of the comedy circus made his presence felt by cracking punches in his own style and made

  • Two books released by CM FP NEWS SERVICE

    FP NEWS SERVICE RAIPUR During the Felicitation function organized at Shahid Smarak Bhawan, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh released a book Ab Badlegi Fiza, published by Chattisgarh State Beverages Corporation Limited, and another book, Nashe Ka Mayajaal, published by Sankalp Sanskritik Samiti. Ab Badlegi Fizatalks about the closure of alcohol- shops as a part of the Partial Deaddiction Policy.

  • Lankan board rejects BCCI claim of SLPL being a private tournament

    Colombo Sri Lanka Cricket ( SLC) has rejected the Board of Control for Cricket in Indias claim that the Sri Lanka Premier League ( SLPL) is a private- party organised tournament. In a statement, the SLC said that the SLPL is owned and approved by it, and therefore, automatically by the International Cricket Council ( ICC).

  • PCB to play Lanka series in Dubai and Abu Dhabi

    Karachi The Pakistan Cricket Board is likely to chose the neutral venues of Dubai and Abu Dhabi to host their home seriesagainst Sri Lanka later this year after the Lankan cricket authorities submitted their estimated expenses for hosting the full series.

  • HARYANA EMERGE NATIONAL HOCKEY CHAMPS

    Bhopal Sandeep Singh and Mandeep Antil scored a goal each as Haryana edged past Karnataka 2- 1 to lift the national hockey ch&ionship title here on Sunday.

  • ACE, ITS WIMBLEDON

    Somdev, Sania spearhead strong Indian challenge

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