Free Press Journal
  • Piyush Goyal

    Piyush Goyal says Power Grid to restore three Delhi transmission lines

    Power minister Piyush Goyal said state-owned Power Grid Corp of India Ltd has been asked to take up permanent restoration of three damaged lines in Delhi, which has been leading to prolonged power cuts in the national capital. After a meeting with members of Delhi’s Legislative Assembly from Bhartiya Janata Party, Goyal said Power Grid Corp of India Ltd was directed to take up permanent restoration of 220kV Gopalpur-Mandola, Bamnauli-Papankalan and Bawana-Rohini

  • Posco E&C signs MoU with PNC Infratech

    Mumbai:  Posco Engineering & Construction India, a wholly owned subsidiary of Posco E&C Co Ltd, Korea today said it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with PNC Infratech Ltd to jointly develop and execute infrastructure projects in India and neighbouring countries. PNC Infratech is engaged in construction of highways, runways, bridges, flyovers, power transmission lines, development of industrial estates.

  • Losses on diesel dip to new low of Rs 1.62

    New Delhi : Losses on sale of diesel have dipped to a record low of Rs 1.62 per litre, raising the prospect of deregulation of the nation’s most consumed fuel.

  • Forced marriage now ‘a criminal offence’ in UK

    London : Britain on Monday enacted a new law to tackle the “terrible practice” of forced marriages among South Asian communities here, making it a criminal offence to coerce someone into matrimony.

  • CBI gets custody of Saradha scam kingpin, 5 others

    Kolkata : The Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate of Alipore Court on Monday sent six accused in Saradha Group scam, including the company group chairman Sudipta Sen and Trinamool Congress Rajya Sabha member Kunal Ghosh, to seven days Central Bureau of Investigation custody (CBI).

  • YOU ARE UNSTOPPABLE

    YOUR luck will improve when you make sure you are prepared to take advantage of opportunities. So don’t wait for something to happen; make it happen. The ability to recognize opportunities is a critical element of success in life. An idea is valuable only if it can be put into practice. There is only one person who is in charge of our career, success and destiny. The person is ourselves. Lee Lacoca

  • China no threat to Indian IT: Infy

    Beijing : China’s rapidly growing IT industry is not a threat to Indian software services firms yet despite a major policy push towards outsourcing. “Our USD 100 billion software industry is under no threat from China,” Rangarajan Vellamore, CEO of Infosys, China told PTI.  This is because Chinese firms are not yet investing big in the US where Indian software firms are well entrenched.

  • ‘Any good film you see gives you enough motivation’

    Ace filmmaker Mani Ratnam is a regular at film festivals across the globe. The filmmaker who is currently looking forward to be part of the third edition of the Ladakh International Film Festival (LIFF), scheduled between June 27 and 29, says that he visits them as a movie buff as he feels that every film teaches something worthwhile.

  • Selfies daunting women on bad skin days

    London : Selfie trend has taken over social media, and it somehow propels everyone to look photo-ready all of the time. But a latest research shows that 68 percent of women feel negative about photos of themselves that haven’t been enhanced by a photographic filter, says IANS.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Business meetings discussions will keep you engaged today. At evening you will be turning your attention to your most personal relationships. Those in the call centre will do well.