Free Press Journal
  • Too late for solidarity

    It was a great photo opportunity. Sonia Gandhi, marching at the head of a procession of some hundred-odd followers, present and former MPs and ministers included. Covering a distance of less than a kilometre from the AICC headquarters to the former Prime Minister’s house, she ostensibly wanted to assure Manmohan Singh that the entire party was with him in his hour of trial, literally, it turns out, in this case. Singh should

  • England sign off on winning note

    Sydney : Knocked out of the quarterfinal race, the England cricket team ended its World Cup campaign with a consolatory nine-wicket triumph over debutants Afghanistan in a rain-curtailed Pool A match here on Friday.

  • Chelsea will win EPL title: Mourinho

    London: Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho on Friday predicted his team will clinch the Premier League title this season. “The people who went out on Wednesday are the same who have been top of the league since day one. They are the same people who won the Capital One Cup and the same people who are going to win the Premier League,” Mourinho was quoted as saying by BBC.com on Friday. The 52-year-old

  • Indian M&A deal volumes increased by 3% over 2012: Assocham study

    Though the current merger & acquisition (M&A) activity in India has increased at a CAGR of 15 percent over 2012-14 yet in terms of volumes, the deal activity showed only a moderate increase of 3 percent since 2012, reveals the ASSOCHAM-PWC joint study. The study jointly undertaken by ASSOCHAM and PWC has revealed that though subdued when compared to the peak levels of 2010, the deal activity (in terms of value) increased

  • ‘Murkhs’ Convention

    The report that the All-India Murkh Mahasammelan marched through Delhi and conferred Fool’s Titles on Ministers and other leaders is not surprising. Nor is there anything unusual in the fact that a P.S.P leader led the procession of self-confessed fools.