Free Press Journal
  • ‘A learning experience’

    ‘Ishkq In Paris’ was about working with a newcomer and unravelling the business of filmmaking for Preity Zinta.

  • Big Bash!

    Preparations underway for Amitabh Bachchan’s 70th birthday.

  • Hits or flops don’t matter to Madhur

    He believes his films cater to a particular audience that appreciates such cinema and that’s all that matters.

  • Secret SA shoot for Divya Khosla

    Divya Khosla Kumar has decided to keep the subject and the look of her film completely under wraps and hence has decided to shoot her film in some virgin locations of South Africa. Sources inform that she will be under the tutelage of a senior director who does not want his name linked to the film and hence, the shoot has been kept away from the public eye.

  • Vivek is being human

    Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi is on a mission. Even with his tight schedule, promoting his film ‘Kismet Love Paisa Dilli’, Vivek takes time out for a charitable trust. Recently, he was present at the ‘Winners in Life & Nightingale Awards’ during the celebration of Cancer Patients Aid Association’s Cancer Rose Day 2012. The celebration was followed by the felicitation of

  • Easy to make films, difficult to release: Mithun

    At 62, Mithun Chakraborty, who is enjoying the work he is getting as an actor, feels nowadays it is easier to make films than to release them in theatres. “‘Aaj-kal picture banana aasaan ho gaya hai aur release karna mushkil’ (Today it’s easy to make a film, but difficult to release it). That’s unfortunate. If you have money then you can do anything. But if you don’t, you have to suffer,” said

  • Impactful moves by ICSI-WIRC in 2012

    Mumbai : ICSI-WIRC has undertaken several new milestones during the first half of 2012 and many other plans are on the anvil or in pipeline towards the theme ‘Educate, Empower and Execute’.

  • India ranks 7th in corp governance in Asia-Pacific

    New Delhi : India has been ranked in the seventh place in terms of corporate governance score in Asia Pacific region, says a report by global brokerage firm CLSA.

  • Nesar Ahmad

    CS must strike a fine balance

    NESAR AHMAD, the President of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India was en route to the 40th National Convention of Company Secretaries when he spoke to the FREE PRESS JOURNAL Business Editor Jagdish Rattanani for this exclusive interview on the changing role and requirements of a Company Secretary and the precise meaning of a convention that has the theme “Vision 2020: Transform, Conform and Perform”.   The three day conventions

  • Cabinet may discuss Companies Bill today

    The final draft has been prepared after considering the views of the Standing Committee and comments from the finance and law ministries as well as the Planning Commission.

  • S.N.Ananthasubramanian

    ‘CS works as the eyes and ears of the board’

    S. N. ANANTHASUBRAMANIAN, the Vice President of ICSI, spoke to the Free Press Journal about the significance of the convention that he said will not only transform delegates but the Institute in itself. (more…)

  • India’s cabinet clears proposals on insurance, pension

    New Delhi: India’s federal cabinet Thursday cleared the proposals to amend the legislations governing insurance industry to hike foreign equity from 26 percent to 49 percent and on pension to allow up to 26 percent stake to overseas investors.