Free Press Journal
  • In Unity We Believe

    All of us have heard about the famous phrase “United We Stand, Divided We Fall” during our  school days through a simple story of an old farmer who on his death bed taught the importance of Unity to his dis-united sons through a bundle of sticks.That story still occupies an important  place in our society and has rather gained in popularity because discord, disunity, strife and warfare have assumed unprecedented proportions in

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries: – Writers will get new idea for writing scripts. New deals will be successful. Shares trading can be beneficial. Your Commitments will get completed. . Property matters will get solved.

  • Shots fired at Pak plane while landing

    Peshawar : One person was killed and two others injured when shots were fired at a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane landing at the Peshawar airport on Tuesday night. The shots were fired at the Boeing flight PK756 carrying nearly 180 passengers from Riyadh in Saudi Arabia to Peshawar, PIA spokesman Mashood Tajwar told PTI. “I can confirm two people were injured — a steward and a woman passengers,” he said. But news

  • Analysts will need NISM certificate: Sebi

    Mumbai: Sebi’s new norms for research analysts would require them to have a professional degree as also an NISM or equivalent certification to ensure that investors get the right financial advice. The National Institute of Securities Markets (NISM) has been established by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) to conduct academic programmes and certification examinations for financial education. New regulations would require that any individual seeking registration as a ‘Research

  • Now a film on Mumbai’s broadband war

    Sonali Cable’ is an unusual story written and directed by Charudutt Acharya. And as the name suggests, the film is a classic David vs Goliath story set in the underbelly of the broadband war in Mumbai.

  • Jaitley implements Rahul’s order

    Amid the burdensome announcement of rail fare and freight hike, one piece of news that can bring cheer to the people is the Modi government’s order to State governments to delist vegetables from the APMC Acts. This will enable farmers to skip APMC yards and various expenses like the taxes and loading and unloading charges, thus making vegetables much cheaper than the prevailing prices. To give an example, traders buy onions in

  • National parties reluctant to give details of donors

    New Delhi : Notwithstanding their obligation to submit details of donations received above Rs 20,000, national political parties did not furnish details of 703 donors contributing Rs 11.14 crore in the 2012-13 financial year, an ADR report said.