Free Press Journal
  • Eros International shares nosedive over 19%

    Mumbai :  Shares of Eros International Media crashed over 19 % amid reports of downgrade and concerns over its business operations by financial services major Wells Fargo.

  • Nestle starts Maggi production; to hit market after clearances

    New Delhi :  Swiss giant Nestle said it has resumed manufacturing of its instant noodles Maggi at three of its India facilities and will hit the markets after getting clearances from food testing laboratories.

  • Mumbai FC romp to win

    Mumbai: Mumbai FC, the lone club from the city participating in the I-League, recorded a comfortable 5-2 win against Union Bank of India in an Elite Division match of the MDFA League 2015-2016 on Monday.

  • Fulbright issue: Gogoi slams Centre, Modi

    Guwahati : The removal of former prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru’s name from the India-US Fulbright scholarship programme was “unfortunate” and exposed the “vindictive attitude and narrow mindset” of the central government, Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi said on Monday.

  • Partho Banerjee,Vice President, Sales & Dealer network poses for a photograph during the launch of the Baleno Hatchback car in Mumbai on Monday.

    Maruti rolls out premium hatchback Baleno at Rs 4.99L

    New Delhi : Eyeing top slot in the premium hatchback segment, country’s largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) rolled out its latest model ‘Baleno’, priced between Rs 4.99 lakh and Rs 8.11 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). With this model, the company aims to achieve leadership position in a segment which is currently dominated by the likes of Hyundai i20, Honda Jazz and Volkswagen Polo priced between Rs 5.34 lakh and Rs 8.63 lakh.


    FOR a beginner in the spiritual path, a Guru is necessary. To light a candle, you need a burning candle. An illumined soul alone can enlighten another soul.

  • ‘Angry Indian Goddesses’ wins award at Rome Film Festival

    Rome : Pan Nalin’s film ‘Angry Indian Goddesses’ bagged an Audience Choice Award at the Rome Film Festival. The filmmaker is elated about the win. The honour, titled BNL People’s Choice Award, is bestowed on a movie which the viewing audience choo-ses as the best amongst the lot.

  • ‘India committed to combat climate change’

    New Delhi: India has not shied away from coming forward with “generous commitments” to combat climate change even as developed nations have fallen short of their obligation to provide finance as well as technologies for mitigation, NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Arvind Panagariya said.

  • 2 students commit suicide in Pune in 2 days

    Pune : In the past two consecutive days, two students have committed suicide in Pune, revealing the state government’s apparent failure to prevent the suicides of students in the state.

  • First trial of stem cells to cure HIV

    The project seeks to be the world’s first clinical trial of its kind by recreating the success of  Timothy Ray Brown – the only living person ever to be completely cured  of HIV (more…)

  • Unified Financial Code

    Govt needs to tread warily on financial sector reforms

    The book under review is authored by S.S. Tarapore, the Bhishma Pitamah of the Indian economic scene. He acquired fame for his contributions on different aspects of our economy. With impeccable credentials, he distinguished himself as Deputy Governor of the RBI. He had a long stint in the IMF and headed several important committees, especially the two Capital Account Convertibility Committees. He was a member of the Narasimham Committee.