Free Press Journal
  • CCI orders Coal India to amend fuel supply pacts

    MUMBAI : The Competition Commission of India has directed Coal India Ltd to modify its fuel supply agreement with power generation companies and ‘cease and desist’ from indulging in abuse of market dominance. Coal India is already been fined 17.73 bln rupees for alleged anti-competitive practices.

  • The Call to Arms

    The Planning Commission has sounded the call to arms. It is a call for battle against Want, Poverty and Suffering. It is a call to shake off the inertia of ages and to build for a happy and prosperous future.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- You can quit or you wait and see if things improve. Today possibility of minor illness or injury is likely. Be careful while on wheels. Unexpected gains are likely today.

  • Luck by Chance!

    Newbie Shashank Arora considers himself to be blessed to get a role in ‘Titli’, which is India’s only entry in ‘Un Certain Regard’ category at Cannes this year and would be premiered at the on-going Cannes Film Festival.

  • Auto driver gets 10 years in jail for cheating and raping woman

    New Delhi : A man accused of cheating a widow and having physical relations with her on the false promise of marriage has been sent to ten years in jail by a Delhi court which said he deserves a “very stern sentence”, reports PTI.

  • Indian found dead in UAE

    Dubai : South A 30-year-old Indian man in the UAE has been found dead on a boat under mysterious circumstances. The body of M S H, identified only by his initials, was found on the boat by some workers in Sharjah on Sunday. Police have sent it for an autopsy, it said.

  • PROSPERITY

    THE saying is: “The best thing you can do for the poor is not to be one of them.” Prosperity or the lack of it is a result of our thinking. Our mind and belief system are what holds us right where we are. Our mind will be rich or poor depending on how we train it. What we think is what we get. If we think poor, we remain poor. If

  • BMC yet to release list of dilapidated bldgs

    Mumbai: Despite setting aside Rs 300 crore for dilapidated buildings, the BMC is doing very little to utilize these funds. In fact, the official list of such buildings is yet to be released.