Free Press Journal
  • Salaries with Ceilings?

    Shri Bhupesh Gupta’s non-official Bill in the Rajya Sabha seeking to fix a ceiling on high salaries in the private sector is not exactly what would make its author popular in the market place. The Bill has a mild appeal to the middle class and a suggestion of the same malodorous logic underlying the sweeping land reform laws in some of the states. But Shri Gupta has adduced a few extra reasons

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- There is a likelihood of being duped with some documents that can put you in trouble. Stars suggest you to exercise extra caution in whatever you do and wherever you sign off. Students and musicians must take care of their health.

  • Ego

    There are three modes of communication: in head-to-head communication you talk, in heart-to-heart communication you sing, and soul-to-soul communication happens in silence.

  • Sensex pares gains; rupee at 4-wk high

    Fed’s decision to stand pat assuages concern of immediate fund outflow; equities gain as investors turn their focus towards the RBI for a rate cut (more…)

  • Tata Motors, HMSI sell over 57k vehicles on Ganesh Chaturthi

    New Delhi : Kicking-off the festive season in style, auto firms Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) and Tata Motors sold a combined total of over 57,000 units in a single day on Ganesh Chaturthi. HMSI’s retail sales breached the 56,000 mark, up 40% over the same day last year while Tata Motors said it delivered 1,100 cars in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh on Ganesh Chaturthi this year.

  • USFDA warns of high lead/mercury levels in Baidyanath items

    Hyderabad : The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned consumers over some of the Ayurvedic dietary supplements from Baidyanath brand, saying they are harmful as they contain “high levels of lead and/or mercury, which can cause serious health problems”.

  • BRICS bank, others result of failure of IMF reform: US

    Washington: The US has acknowledged that the creation of new multilateral financial institutions like BRICS bank is a result of the failure of reform of the International Monetary Fund , where emerging economies like India, China and Brazil have negligible voice.                Because of the veto power of the US, the reforms of the IMF decided way back in 2010 to reflect the growing importance of major emerging markets in the global

  • Small bank licenses to shake up microfinance biz: Ind-Ra

    New Delhi:  The microfinance business will now be dominated by small finance banks (SFBs) which will bring down systematic risk but at the cost of lower returns, said India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra). Of the 10 shortlisted candidates for small bank license by RBI, eight are micro finance institutions (MFIs), one mainly a commercial vehicle financier and one a local area bank.

  • NDA to win 140 seats in Bihar, claims survey

    New Delhi: The BJP-led NDA will win at least 140 seats and the JD(U)-RJD-Congress alliance can be reduced to 70 seats in Bihar assembly polls, according to a survey done for Zee News.