Free Press Journal
  • Dabur eyes bigger play in e-commerce

    New Delhi: Homegrown FMCG major Dabur is gearing up for a bigger play in the e-commerce segment in India to tap potential of the fast growing sector.

  • NMDC, MOIL to buyback shares worth Rs 8,400 cr           

    New Delhi: Mining giant NMDC and manganese miner MOIL have announced share buyback programmes worth close to Rs 8,400 crore, a major portion of which will go to the government, which owns 80% in both the PSUs. The proceeds will help the government in realising its disinvestment target of Rs 56,500 crore for the fiscal.

  • Fake passport case: Charges framed against Chhota Rajan

    New Delhi : A special court on Wednesday framed charges for alleged offences of cheating, forgery and criminal conspiracy against gangster Chhota Rajan and three others in a fake passport case.

  • 6-yr-old gets Modi’s help for heart surgery

    Pune : A six-year-old Pune girl suffering from a heart disease wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking financial help which was promptly granted following which she underwent surgery and is now recovering.

  • Mileage row: Osamu Suzuki to step down as CEO of Suzuki

    Tokyo/New Delhi : Japanese small car major Suzuki Motor Corporation said its Chairman and CEO Osamu Suzuki will give up the CEO position while announcing pay cuts for its directors in the aftermath of the mileage testing controversy. The company said its Executive Vice-President Osamu Honda will also retire as it ‘deeply’ apologised for “the improper conduct in application of driving resistance, different from regulations by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and