Free Press Journal
  • Sebi says ready to revisit P-Notes on SIT suggestions

    Mumbai :  Market regulator Sebi said it will look into the suggestions of the Special Investigation Team (SIT) on black money to ensure sufficient checks are in place with respect to overseas investments via P-Notes route, reports PTI.

  • ILP protests force Manipur to go without newspapers

    Imphal  : Newspapers were not published in Manipur on Thursday in view of a 48-hour shutdown called in support of an inner line permit (ILP) system for the state.

  • Nitish hits out at NDA leaders on ‘DNA’ barb

    Patna : Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Thursday raked up the issue of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘DNA’ barb against him and hit out at NDA leaders for jumping in favour of the PM and making statements on the his behalf.

  • Bajaj Electricals Q1 net up 3-fold at Rs 20 crore

    New Delhi :  Bajaj Electricals first quarter standalone net profit rose over threefold to 20.34 crore on account of turnaround in engineering and projects division and better product mix in consumer durable and lighting segments. Net sales stood at Rs 1,005.86 crore, up 13.95%.

  • Trent Q1 net at Rs 16 crore 

    New Delhi : Tata group retail firm Trent Ltd reported standalone net profit of Rs 16.06 crore for the first quarter ended June 30, 2015-16. Net sales stood at Rs 341.53 crore. Trent Ltd said the results of the quarter were not comparable with the corresponding period of previous fiscal, which included a net exceptional gain of Rs 70.18 crore.

  • Research shows trends in global consumption of beverages

    Washington DC : A survey conducted on beverage intakes in several countries has revealed the diversity in existing intakes and trends in global consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages, fruit juices and milk.

  • Escorts Q1 net up 6% to Rs 36 cr

    New Delhi :  Tractor maker Escorts posted 6.33 per cent rise in net profit to Rs 36.27 crore for the first quarter ended June 30, 2015-16. Net sales declined to Rs 973.22 crore during the April-June quarter.

  • Tata Global Q1 net down 15.34% on higher expenses

    New Delhi :  Tata Global Beverages Ltd (TGBL) reported a 15.34 % decline in consolidated net profit at Rs 82.31 crore for the April-June quarter owing to higher advertisement expenses and investment in new products.

  • Rotary Club felicitates meritorious students

    Mumbai :  In its effort to create a brighter future for underprivileged students, Rotary Club of Bombay has touched many lives since its inception. On Wednesday, Dr Sonya Mehta, President of Rotary Club of Bombay and Additional Municipal Commissioner Dr Pallavi Darade felicitated 39 students out of a total of 98 as part of Bhavishya Yaan – an initiative of Rotary Club of Bombay to train municipal students who secured above 75

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Your strategies are going to go in a right way of success. Today business meetings will be beneficial for your future projects. Romantic relationship will give happiness. Finance will be good.

  • The Perfect Present!

    I think all of us live with unrealistic notions of what life should be like. The “perfection demon” prevents us from seeing what is perfect in who we are, where we are at, and what we have RIGHT NOW. When our reality doesn’t match up with the ideal, we are left feeling “less than” all those other people who are obviously more perfect than we are.

  • UP SSP cracks down on his own men

    Kanpur  : In a novel move, a senior police officer here roamed the city streets impersonating a robber in an attempt to review the alertness of city police who failed to take any action against him. Following the incident, eight policemen have been sent to ‘line hazir’ whereas Station Officers of six police stations have been issued a warning, Senior Superintendent of Police Shalab Mathur said on Thursday. The SSP said that

  • Textile decision

    The Government of India’s decision to refer to the Tariff Commission the question of fixing fair prices of cotton textiles should be welcomed inasmuch as this question has been causing much heartburn to the Government as well as to the trade and industry. It is true that the prices of certain varieties of cloth recorded a sharp rise following the scarcity of indigenous supply of raw materials and the consequent fall in

  • Nuclear peace: mankind’s most dangerous bluff?

    Paris : In the nervous aftermath of the Hiroshima bombing 70 years ago, citizens spent decades on alert for a nuclear war that would wipe out billions in a radioactive firestorm and render Earth uninhabitable. Yet the apocalypse never came. Instead an unprecedented period of peace took hold between nuclear-armed global powers aware that a wrong move could wipe out the human race.

  • Reliance Jio hits out at COAI for not consulting members

    New Delhi : Billionaire Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Jio has hit out at GSM industry body COAI for writing to Telecom Minister on policy issues without consulting all its members and allegedly leaking them to media.