Free Press Journal
  • Ziox Mobiles announces launch of Zi5003

    Ziox Mobiles, one of the fastest growing brands in the mobiles category, empowering consumers with affordable technology and quality products announces the launch of its latest Smartphone, the Zi5003 embodying the spirit of supreme performance.

  • Nitish announces Rs 25,000 for every rescued child labour

    Patna : Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Sunday inaugurated ‘Child Labour Tracking System (CLTS)’ in order to keep a track of rescued child labour for their proper rehabilitation besides announcing financial help of Rs 25,000 for every rescued child labour to be given from Chief Minister’s Relief Fund.

  • Dr Reddy’s acquires 8 ANDAs in US from Teva Pharma for $350 mn

    Mumbai : Dr Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd has signed an agreement with Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd and an affiliate of Allergan Plc to acquire eight abbreviated new drug applications in the US market for $350 mln, the Indian pharmaceutical major said in an exchange filing.

  • Suspensions, Re-Poll Demand Post Rajya Sabha Poll

    New Delhi  : Out of the 58 seats that fell vacant in the Upper House this summer, the NDA has now won 23, improving upon the 18 seats it held earlier. The Congress, which held 15 of these seats, now has nine. However, the BJP does not have the time to savour these wins. Gearing up for the forthcoming UP state assembly elections due next year, its leadership moved in quickly and

  • Patanjali plans more dairy items, enter cattle feed mkt

    Chandigarh: Yoga Guru Ramdev said Patanjali will soon launch more dairy products, cattle feed and natural manure as it is aiming total turnover of Rs 10,000 crore by next year. “We will come out with more dairy products like liquid milk. We shall set up 3-4 dairy projects so that farmers can be empowered and people get commodities unadulterated,” Ramdev said.

  • China claims huge differences

    Beijing : China on Sunday said more discussion was needed to forge consensus on the issue of countries not signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty joining the Nuclear Suppliers Group, a 48-member bloc that India wishes to join. China spearhead the opposition to the US move to inject India into the club, but there are other countries, too, like New Zealand, Turkey, South Africa and Austria, which are also opposed to Indian

  • Amar defends UP govt’s handling of Mathura clashes

    Lucknow :  Defending the Uttar Pradesh government’s handling of the Mathura clashes, Samajwadi Party MP Amar Singh on Sunday”complimented” it for tackling the “ticklish” issue and blamed the Centre for not sharing inputs on the presence of extremist elements at Jawahar Bagh.

  • Assocham: Era of cheap fuel over

    New Delhi:  With international oil prices climbing back to over $50 levels, driving around on cheap fuel seems to be a thing of the past though there is no danger of “hard times” as yet, Assocham said on Sunday.

  • Hunt For Quality

    It is extremely doubtful whether the All- India Council for Secondary Education would share the breezy optimism of Shri Prem Kirpal, Secretary to the Union Education Ministry, who inaugurated the Council’s third meeting. Glib as only the Planning Commission is capable of, Shri Kirpal gave the impression that the principal thing to be done in the direction of promoting secondary education was simply to upgrade a certain number of high schools into

  • Sebi’s Sahara coffer swells to Rs 11,727 cr; refunds Rs 55 cr

    New Delhi : As it gears up to auction Sahara properties worth thousands of crores to recover further funds, market regulator Sebi’s Sahara Refund Account has swelled to Rs 11,727 crore with interest but it has been able to refund just about Rs 55 crore so far to the investors.

  • Yasin Malik detained ahead of seminar by separatists

    Srinagar :  JKLF chairman Mohammad Yasin Malik was detained hours after his release on court orders even as J&K government allowed the separatist Hurriyat Conference to hold a seminar for opposing construction of Sainik colony for Kashmiri Pandits and soldiers in the Valley. Malik, who was on Saturday released on bail after a week-long detention in a case related to 1987 elections, was picked up by police late on Saturday night from