Free Press Journal
  • NDA’s anniversary blues

    As the NDA government’s first anniversary in office draws closer, there is the usual self-congratulation and hype on its achievements. Two examples stand out. Union finance minister Arun Jaitley claimed “Never in the Indian history, we have had the Government which in the first one year has undertaken such a large number of reforms”! At a time when investor confidence has not yet revived, there is an even more incredible pitch that

  • Resale price pacts under CCI scanner

    New Delhi  :  Bringing the retail sector under its scanner, the Competition Commission is now analysing whether price discount arrangements between manufacturers and distributors are anti-competitive in nature.

  • Ageing Queen heads for age-sensitive schedule

    London : Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II is set to have a more manageable schedule in line with her age in the coming months. She will become the longest-reigning British monarch on September 9, surpassing Queen Victoria’s 63 years and seven months.

  • A Hiraai Suns player (left) with a Yash Warrior defender during the women’s final of the inaugural edition of the Colaba Super League (CSL), at the Back Garden’s Ground, Colaba.

    Hiraai Suns lift CSL women’s crown

    Mumbai : Hiraai Suns clinched the women’s crown in the inaugural edition of the Colaba Super League (CSL), conducted under auspices of the MDFA and supported by Aadhar Pratishthan.  Dishing out a consistent performance, Hiraai Suns brushed aside the challenge from Yash Warriors by romping to a convincing 2-0 victory in the grand finale, at the Back Garden’s Ground, Colaba.

  • Modi visits school of differently-abled children at Dantewada

    Raipur : Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his first visit to Chhattisgarh visited the school built for differently able children, located at education city Jawanga, Dantewada. On his arrival, the girls of school welcomed him warmly. Prime Minister Modi met the children very affectionately and asked about their well being.