Free Press Journal
  • India Inc hails Ubers, Olas saying they know best to use assets

    Mumbai : Even as auto makers are voicing concerns over possibility of the Ubers and the Olas eating into their business, India Inc has strongly come out supporting this new disruptive business model, hailing these online taxi apps’ ability to utilise assets to the fullest.

  • Gold

    Gold monetization scheme could be a roaring success

    The Gold Monetization Scheme (GMS) appears to be good. Besides reducing reliance on import of gold, this recycling of the existent idle household gold, will also provide a fillip to the gems and jewellery sector by making gold available as raw material on loan from the banks.

  • After US status quo, market hopes ride on Indian rate cut

    Mumbai : After a smart rally in Indian equities last week, pumped further by the US Fed’s decision not to hike interest rates for the moment, the mood back home now will be swayed by some domestic developments, notably the September 29 monetary policy update, analysts maintain.  Markets would remain closed on Friday for Bakri Id.

  • OVL chasing foreign govts to clear its dues

    New Delhi : From Venezuela to Sudan, ONGC Videsh Ltd, India’s flagship overseas oil investment firm, is chasing foreign governments to get its $712 million (over Rs 4,700 crore) of dues cleared.

  • Beware! Birth control pills can increase stroke risk

    New York : Popping birth control pills can put you at increased risk for the most common type of stroke, especially if you smoke, have high blood pressure or have a history of migraine headaches, a new study warns.

  • Human embryos to be modified genetically in UK

    London : Researchers have applied to Britain’s regulators to use new “genome editing” techniques on human embryos, says a statement released by the Francis Crick Institute.

  • Twitter claims it is bigger than Facebook

    New York: With the Facebook user base touching 1.49 billion — or roughly 20 percent of the world’s population — can any social networking site claim to be bigger than this? Well, Twitter does.

  • ‘Wild’ Rohit turns to seam for variety!

    New Delhi :  Rohit Sharma is ‘practising seam bowling’ to add to his aggressive brand of batsmanship, which he feels can be a vital asset in the days to come, at a time when India is struggling to churn out quality all-rounders.

  • 3-D printed guide helps regrow nerve after injury

    New York : Nerve damage is often permanent, but a team of US researchers has developed a first-of-its-kind, 3D-printed guide that helps regrow both the sensory and motor functions of complex nerves after injury.

  • netaji

    Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and Jawaharlal Nehru

    Yet another ‘sighting’ of Netaji threatens to upset the normal rhythm of the national polity. By throwing open 64 files with a total of 12,744 pages, the West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has rekindled the myth of Subhas Chandra Bose for all Indians, especially for Bengalis. But she has done something else. She may have virtually forced the Modi Government to reconsider the decision to keep a tight lid over the

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- You will win over enemies in style in politics and sports. Fame is likely today. Those in poultry farm or agriculture business will make profit. Sons will make their dad’s proud.

  • Genuine Happiness

    GENUINE happiness isn’t about driving the hottest Formula 1 car, getting the employee of the year award, earning the highest 13th month pay, or beating the sales quota. Sometimes, the most sought after prizes in life do not always go to the fastest, strongest, bravest or the best.

  • Game Plan – Career in Game Designing

    What does it take to make a game? How do you know what attracts so many people from different age groups? Do you have it in you to create the drama? Then consider game design as a career

  • Hindus, not Nehru museum, bother RSS

    He was not Maulana Nehru, but he was Pandit Nehru. Of course, he did not belong to that breed of pandits whom you seek while performing the Hindu rituals in your family. He was the real pandit, in the sense of being a man of knowledge. The association with knowledge is so intertwined now that even the word punditry is an accepted word in the Collins English dictionary and signifies the expressing

  • Hypertension can cause brain damage

    New York: Ever fancied clicking a selfie while eating breakfast? Well, you can do that easily now thanks to a new “selfie spoon”.