Free Press Journal
  • Samit-Ghosh-Ujjivan-Financial

    Ujjivan Financial IPO opens on April 28, Price Band of Rs 207-210

    MUMBAI, April 21, 2016: Ujjivan Financial Services Ltd. (“UFS” or the “Company”) is a Non Banking Financial Company – Micro Finance Institution (“NBFC-MFI”) which started operations in 2005 as a Non Banking Financial Company (“NBFC”). As of December 31, 2015, UFS has served over 2.77 million active customers across 24 states and union territories through a network of 470 branches and 7,862 employees. The IPO opens on April 28, 2016 and closes

  • Sensex inches higher for sixth day, fails to hold onto 26k

    Mumbai: Market benchmark Sensex ended with a small gain today after giving up much of its 200-point early lead as advances in banking stocks offset losses in IT sector amid reports that Reserve Bank trimmed the list of companies required for bad loan provisioning.

  • Malaysia, Aus, China to discuss status of MH370 search in June

    Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia, Australia and China will hold a ministerial meeting on missing Malaysia Airlines plane MH370 in June end to discuss the next steps to be taken regarding the tracking of the jet mysteriously disappearedover two years ago. The meeting would, among others, discuss whether to proceed with phase 4 of wreckage recovery process or continue with current search efforts led by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB), Malaysia’s Deputy Transport Minister

  • Ukraine’s president bans Russian movies

    Moscow: Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has signed a bill banning all movies filmed in Russia after 2014, when Russia annexed the Crimean peninsula.

  • Forest hotspots rise to 63 in Indonesia

    Jakarta: The number of forest hotspots has increased to 63 in Indonesia, most of them in Sumatra Island, official of meteorology and geophysics agency said.

  • Yuvraj Singh

    Don’t think IPL has anything to do with water crisis: Yuvraj

    Mumbai: India’s veteran batsman Yuvraj Singh on Thursday said that the cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL) should not be made responsible for the current water crisis in the state of Maharashtra, adding that the game must go on.

  • Kings XI shift Nagpur matches to Dharamsala after HC order

    New Delhi: In the wake of the Bombay High Court’s order to shift all the Indian Premier League matches out of the drought-affected Maharashtra after April 30, Kings XI Punjab have moved their three matches from Nagpur to Dharamsala.

  • IPL Gov Council to discuss moving 10th edition abroad: Thakur

    New Delhi: The members of the Indian Premier League’s governing council are likely to deliberate on whether the 2017 edition of the cash-rich tourney can be held abroad, BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur revealed today.

  • Violence, brisk voting mark 3rd phase of polling in Bengal

    Kolkata: A CPI(M) polling agent was killed and four other party workers were injured as incidents of violence today marred polling in 62 seats in the third phase of West Bengal Assembly election which saw 57 per cent turnout till 1 PM.

  • Pune, RCB eye win to get IPL campaign back on track

    Pune: Facing a similar crisis after two successive defeats, both Rising Pune Supergiants and Royal Challengers Bangalore would look to bring their campaign back on track when they face each other in an Indian Premier League match, here tomorrow.

  • HC verdict victory for people of U’khand: Rawat

    Dehradun: Chief Minister Harish Rawat today termed as peoples’ victory the Uttarakhand High Court quashing the imposition of President’ rule in the state and reviving the Congress government headed by him. “This is a victory of people of Uttarakhand. We welcome the verdict. The whole country knows who was behind the political instability in the state,” Rawat said reacting to the HC verdict.

  • Kings XI Punjab choose Dharamsala as second home venue

    New Delhi: IPL franchise Kings XI Punjab has picked Dharamsala as its second home venue to host three matches next month after the games were moved out of Nagpur following a Bombay High Court order.

  • Vijay Mallya

    ED seeks Mallya’s deportation; writes to MEA

    New Delhi: Armed with a non-bailable arrest warrant against him, ED has approached the External Affairs Ministry seeking initiation of deportation proceedings against liquor baron Vijay Mallya in connection with its money laundering probe against him in the Rs 900 crore IDBI alleged loan fraud case.

  • floods

    Heavy rain triggers flood-like situation in Arunachal district

    Itanagar: Incessant downpour over the past few days has triggered flood-like situation in Namsai district of Arunachal Pradesh with the Noa Dehing river in high spate inundating human habitations and agriculture fields.

  • Tremor in Ayodhya

    BJP to highlight Ram Mandir issue in UP polls

    Varanasi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which is making desperate attempts to establish its presence in India’s most populous state of Uttar Pradesh, today made it clear that the issue of Ram Temple in Ayodhya would be its top agenda during the assembly polls scheduled next year.

  • Uttarakhand Crisis: Court allows Rawat to oppose Prez rule

    Nainital: Dealing a major blow to Modi government, the Uttarakhand High Court today quashed the imposition of President’ rule in the state and revived the Congress government headed by Harish Rawat, who has been asked to prove his majority on April 29.