Free Press Journal
  • Is Affordable Housing Possible In Mumbai?

    Mumbai is seeing a lot of housing supply, but the affordable variety is still not happening where it is needed the most – in the central regions of cities like Mumbai, where properties are extremely overpriced now.

  • Navi Mumbai Realty Rates Spiral Upwards

    The phenomenal growth of the city has come with a not- so- palatable rider: the spiralling realty rates. The place that could once boast of offering houses at moderate prices is now burning a hole in a buyers pocket.

  • Battle for supremacy

    India take on arch- rival Pakistan in summit clash

  • Must beat India in their own backyard: Swann

    Beating India in the current series will not be enough and England will have to upstage Mahendra Singh Dhonis men in their own backyard as well to reach the number one spot in ODIs, says spinner Graeme Swann.

  • BoI to serve Indian army

    Bank of India ( BoI) signed an MOU with the Indian Army to serve its personnel throughout the country at Dr.


    Carl- Peter Forster cites ‘unavoidable personal reasons’for his exit but will remain non- exec member of the board

  • Amar gets VIP medical care

    has applied for bail on medical grounds. He has been remanded in judicial custody in connection with the case till September 19.

  • Corporate Briefs

    Govt: Tata Motors can seek compensation for Singur land

  • Audience mesmerised by beautiful singing

    The soulful voices of Suresh Wadkar and Rekha Bhardwaj wooed everyone at the 58th National Film Awards ceremony here on Friday, as they sang alt39 Hey bhaskara kshitijavarialt39 and alt39 Badi dheere jalialt39 – the songs for which they have won

  • Rahul must come to the forefront

    No apprenticeship can go on forever. It may be time for Mr Gandhi to emerge into the open, make himself heard more in Parliament on major national and international issues and engage the opposition which has been sniping at him without his an

  • A salute to the office of CAG

    The tenure of Dr Manmohan Singh has been marked by an assiduous nurturing of a myth about Indias growing clout in the world order, about how our programmes of liberalisation and privatisation have spurred the economy to create more jobs and help