Free Press Journal
  • Skorost FC sneak into semi-finals

    Mumbai : Skorost FC advanced to the Third Division semi-finals by virtue of their 4-3 win via the penalty shootout tie-breaker against Chatotter Rukhi Samaj in a quarter-final play-off match of the MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) League 2015-2016.

  • Falcons and Panthers dominate

    Mumbai : Falcons and Panthers dominated their clashes to register comfortable wins in the Reebok GBL 2016 organized and hosted by Goregaon Sports Club (GSC). Ajit Shetty and Ashish Kejdiwal of Falcons beat Babu Shetty and Prasad Hegde of Lions 15-5, 15-7 in the 100+ combined age doubles group while in the mixed doubles group, the pair of Simran Singhi and YVS Vijaykumar of the Falcons’ team overpowered the Lions’ pair of

  • FPIs pull out Rs 6,000 cr from debt market in May

    New Delhi:  Foreign investors pulled out close to Rs 6,000 crore from the Indian debt market in May after pumping in huge money in the preceding month.

  • Flipkart effect: Startups may lose sheen in job market

    New Delhi :  Darling of jobseekers till recently, the startup space may lose some sheen in the job market as management and tech graduates might prefer joining ‘safer companies’ after the Flipkart fiasco, say experts.

  • 3000 ‘Maha Seva Centres’ to be opened in the state

    MUMBAI : In line with the policy and objective of Government of India and the vision of Prime Minister to implement “Make in India” “Skill India”, “Digital India” “Startup” Initiatives, Bharat Seva Centre LLP &  Pace Group conceived a very prestigious project  MAHA VISION PLAN 2020 –  Maha Seva Centres & Maha Skill Development & Self Employment Training Program through which was launched  in the CM Camp Office by the Hon’ble

  • Double delight for Gogoi, Naisha

    Mumbai : Boys’ top seed Udit Gogoi of Assam and girls’ top seed Naisha Srivastav of Karnataka won their respective individual titles to complete a double, in the 10th Ramesh Desai Memorial MSLTA-Yonex Sunrise-CCI Under-12 National Tennis Championship, at the Cricket Club of India.

  • Foreign investors welcome, but no place for tainted money: Sebi

    Mumbai : Allaying concerns about any further misuse of Participatory Notes, market watchdog the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi)’s Chairman U K Sinha has said Indians can no longer use these offshore instruments, even indirectly, and a strong safety net has been put in place to check any routing of black money.

  • From the Archives

    Cleavage in U.P.

    After four months of uncertainty the Congress Parliamentary Board decided that the ultimate solution to Uttar Pradesh’s cabinet crisis was to oust the Sampurnanand Ministry which could not command the confidence of the organizational wing and to replace it with a new one under the PCC President Shri C.B. Gupta. But it became clear at the command performance at which Shri Gupta was “unanimously elected” as leader of the Congress Legislature Party that the