Free Press Journal
  • Monsoon to hit Goa in another two days

    New Delhi : No heat wave was observed in the country with pre-monsoon torrential rains occurring in some parts as coastal state of Goa looks set to get its first monsoon showers this season in the next two days.

  • State teachers union demo in Bhopal on Wednesday

    Narsinghpur: A demonstration and Dharna would be staged by state teachers association on Wednesday, at Ambedkar Park. Main demands of teacher’s cadre are; sixth pay commission, voluntary transfer policy, merger in education department, insurance, pension and benefit of gratuity facility.

  • Tata to buy Welspun’s renewable energy arm for Rs 9,249 cr

    New Delhi:  Tata Power said it will buy Welspun Energy’s subsidiary, Welspun Renewable Energy Pvt Ltd (WREPL), at an enterprise value of Rs 9,249 crore. Tata Power’s subsidiary Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd (TPREL) will acquire WREPL through a share purchase agreement (SPA) at an enterprise value of Rs 9,249 crore, subject to closing adjustments, Tata Power said in a BSE filing today.

  • Students face trying times as CET website goes kaput

    Indore :  Two days after common entrance test (CET)-2016 results were announced by Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), the CET website went kaput giving harrowing times to prospective students who neither could access their results nor register for counselling.

  • Ajay Piramal hosts book launch on iconic businessman R. Thyagarajan

    “I am not an Entrepreneur: The R Thyagarajan Story” – a book celebrating the life and work of Padma Bhushan R. Thyagarajan (Popularly known as RT), one of the country’s most revered and renowned business icons, was released in the City in the presence of several prominent personalities.

  • Now, state HC to take call on ‘Udta Punjab’

    Chandigarh : Even as the Bombay High Court directed the censor board to certify ‘Udta Punjab’, a petition has been filed against the film in Punjab and Haryana High Court which on Monday decided to take a call on it on June 16 after the Amicus Curiae assesses whether it is fit for release.

  • 55 students supported by GAIL make it to IITs

    55 students, trained under GAIL (India) Ltd’s CSR initiative Utkarsh Super 100, have cracked this year’s JEE Advance Examination. Executed through its implementing partner, CRSL, GAIL’s Utkarsh Super 100 provides intensive residential coaching and mentoring to students from economically weaker backgrounds, for a period of 1 year. The training is offered free-of-cost to ensure that poor, meritorious students, selected through a diligent process of written test and interview under the academic guidance