Free Press Journal
  • Shukla launches state’s first net metre connection

    BHOPAL  : State’s first net metre connection under net metring policy (Energy Bank) was inaugurated the other day at Chinmaya Sewa Trust Ashram at village Laxmanpur near Rewa. It is noteworthy that Tata Solar System has installed a seven kilowatt solar plant at Ashram. Energy and Public Relations Minister Rajendra Shukla formally inaugurated this plant.

  • Fiery Australian tennis Nick Kyrgios pulls out of Olympics

    Sydney : Fiery Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios on Friday pulled out of the Rio Olympics, blaming “unwarranted attacks” on him by Australian Olympic chiefs after he was warned to behave.

  • RBI may not cut rates next week: India Ratings

    Mumbai : Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan will go for a status quo in rates at the upcoming policy review on Tuesday, and focus on inflation and transmission of past rate cuts, says a report.

  • Rizvi Ceramics emerge Div-III champions

    Mumbai : Rizvi Ceramics emerged champions winning the Third Division title of the MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) League 2015-2016. In the summit clash, Rizvi got the better of Godrej & Boyce SC by a narrow 1-0 margin, at the St. Xavier’s ground, Parel on Friday.

  • Tata Steel stresses UK sales process ongoing

    London  : Tata Steel today said it is currently evaluating the “binding bids” received from some 200 potential investors for its loss-making UK businesses and that the country’s largest steelmaker remains committed to the sales process.

  • Sebi pitches India growth story among US investors

    San Francisco : Pitching India growth story before the US investors, regulator Sebi’s Chairman U K Sinha on Friday said the country offers attractive opportunities with a capital market giving an annual return of over 15 per cent.

  • Much ado over army Sepoy’s dismissal over beard!

    Kochi: The Kochi Bench of the Armed Forces Tribunal has upheld the Army’s decision to dismiss a sepoy who refused to remove his beard on religious grounds.

  • Strategic disinvestment of Public Sector Banks

    Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has said that the increasing overdue loans given by the banking sector pose a grave threat to the economy. The Finance Minister has done well to recognize the problem. The global economic crisis of 2008 had started from the banking sector in the United States. The banks had given huge amount of loans to the housing sector. The borrowers could not repay the loans and as a result

  • Aditya Mittal leads charge of youngsters in 9th edition of Mumbai Mayor International Open Chess Tournament 2016

    Mumbai : Candidate Master Aditya Mittal led the brigade of young Indian chess players, who impressed with mature performances on the second day of the 9th edition of Mumbai Mayor International Open Chess Tournament 2016, Presenting partner Zee Learn Ltd and Co-sponsored by LIC and Ankit Gems, at Mount Litera School International, Bandra- IB* school in BKC, Mumbai, here, on Friday.

  • Wearable artificial kidney may replace dialysis

    WASHINGTON: A wearable artificial kidney may be a viable dialysis technology that can give people with end-stage kidney disease the freedom to move around during treatment, according to the results of a new clinical trial.

  • Air India, Rail Coach Factory record 2nd successive wins

    Mumbai : High-flying Air India, Delhi and a buoyant RCF (Rail Coach Factory), Kapurthala, both registered their second consecutive wins scoring convincing victories against Mumbai Customs, Mumbai and FCI (Food Corporation of India), Delhi in Pool ‘A’ league matches of the 12th PMC Bank-Guru Tegh Bahadur All India Gold Cup Hockey Championship, organized by MHAL (Mumbai Hockey Association Limited) and played at the MHAL-Mahindra Stadium, Churchgate, on Friday.

  • Odisha book binder’s son emerges as OJEE topper

    Kendrapara (Odisha): A book binder’s son has topped the Odisha Joint Entrance Examination (OJEE) in MBA leaving the academic fraternity in the district headquarters township elated. Sk. Fallauddin, father of OJEE MBA topper, was forced to sell off a piece of urban land to meet his son’s study expenses.