Free Press Journal
  • Falling aluminium prices, imports may lead to job cuts, warns Vedanta

    New Delhi : Hit by cheap imports and falling prices of aluminium in the global market, domestic industry will be forced to take “drastic steps” like job cuts and production cap, Vedanta Aluminium said. The company, which is a part of billionaire Anil Agarwal-led Vedanta Resources, wants the government to hike duty charges on imports of aluminium.

  • Even at 100, she wants to read and write

    Beijing : It’s never too late to learn! A centenarian woman in China has started to learn reading and writing, and has mastered more characters than her age.

  • 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 center will do well.

  • Goa Crime Branch files FIR in Louis Berger bribery case

    Panaji : The Goa Police Crime Branch on Tuesday filed an FIR against “unknown” people in the Louis Berger international bribery case, in which a Goa minister and some bureaucrats are linked.

  • Consequences of Gupta

    It can’t be said with certainty that the unopposed election of Shri C.B. Gupta as CM ends the ministerial crisis in UP. It would be more accurate to say that the crisis has merely entered a new and more complex phase which may cause another round of interplay of imponderables. The stage has been set for it by the PM and the Congress President who backed the candidature of Shri Gupta and

  • Keep The Joy Of Loving God In Your Heart

    THERE is a terrible hunger for love. We all experience that in our lives – the pain, the loneliness. We must have the courage to recognize it. You may have such people right in your own family.

  • China exotica: Yoga at 2,000 metres and vending hot noodles

    Beijing  : Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s efforts to internationalise yoga may be yielding unexpected results. China, which boasts of its own exercise regimes, may be taking to the Indian way of healthy moves. So much so that yoga is being projected as the latest in thing.

  • Supreme Court verdict hailed

    Mumbai: The Supreme Court verdict clearing the way for the execution of Yakub Memon, the only person condemned to death in 1993 Mumbai blasts, was widely welcomed as historic and which would send a message that those who indulge in terror acts against India will be hanged.