Free Press Journal
  • Govt working over cyber law amendments, new encryption system

    New Delhi : Government is working on amendments in cyber law and new encryption policy to protect data by addressing rapid changes in technology domain, a senior official said on Friday. “The department is already engaged with this detailing exercise and might make amendments in the prevailing cyber Act so that with fresh amendments, the cyber security was made robust and effective,” a statement from PHD Chamber of Commerce quoting Deity Joint Secretary

  • Brexit decision to lower UK’s economic growth: Moody’s

    New Delhi : Britain’s exit from the European Union is likely to result in lower economic growth of the UK, Moody’s Investors Service said while lowering its growth projections. “We expect the vote to leave the EU to result in significant negative impact on UK growth. Our revised baseline growth expectation for the UK is 1.5 per cent in 2016 and 1.2 per cent in 2017, compared with previous estimates of 1.8

  • Will the govt order impartial probe in Essar tapes: Cong

    New Delhi : Keeping up its offensive over the ‘telecom scam’, Congress on Friday alleged that conduct of the Modi government and its ministers has “come under a cloud” in the wake of their “lame duck” reaction to the Rs 45,000 crore scandal in the sector.

  • Black-Money

    Tussle over how to kill the Indian economy

    Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Raghuram Rajan has withdrawn his name from the candidates being considered for appointment as Governor after his term comes to an end. He had resisted pressure from the Government to reduce the interest rates. As a result, the government was unhappy with him. Perhaps he saw the writing on the wall and chose to withdraw his candidature so that his self-esteem was not hurt.

  • RBI allows foreign investors to buy PNB shares

    Mumbai : The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) lifted the almost seven year old restriction on fresh purchase of shares of state-owned Punjab National Bank by foreign investors. The RBI notified that the aggregate foreign share holdings by foreign institutional investors/NRIs /PIOs/FDI and others under Portfolio Investment Scheme (PIS) in PNB have gone below the prescribed threshold caution limit stipulated under the extant FDI policy, reports PTI.

  • Royals, Supreme Fighters record 2nd straight wins

    Mumbai : MTC Royals and Supreme Fighters, both registered their second successive victories in Group ‘A’ and Group ‘B’ league matches respectively in the 2nd  edition of the iProspect-Mumbai Super League (MSL) Table Tennis Championship organized by 11Even Sports and played at the NSCI on Friday.