Free Press Journal
  • Visit Of The Coas To Australia

    Gen Dalbir Singh, the Chief of the Army Staff will be visiting Australia on a four day visit from 11 to 14 July 2016. The visit assumes special significance in light of enhanced military cooperation between the two countries.

  • APAC witnessed 6.3 % drop in PC shipments in Q2

    MUMBAI : For the seventh time in a row, PC shipment took a downturn with a decline of 5.2 % in Q2 2016 compared to Q2 2015. According to preliminary results by Gartner, worldwide PC shipments stood at 64.3 million units in the Q2 of 2016.  The decline was seen in the APAC (Asia Pacific) region as well.

  • Manushree, Siddhesh to represent India at SAF Jr TT

    Mumbai : Manushree Patil of Mumbai and Siddhesh Pande of Thane have been selected by TTFI to represent India at the South Asian Junior and Cadet Table Tennis Championship, to be played at Habib Public Schools air-conditioned gymnasium from July 15-17 in Karachi, Pakistan.

  • Quality of growth improving, but jobs hold the key: Crisil

    Mumbai :  Quality of the country’s growth is improving with focus shifting from boosting cyclical growth through fiscal and monetary stimuli to “repairing the system and initiating structural reforms”, rating agency Crisil said.

  • Planners’ Moonshine

    It took the planners 18 months to prepare the Draft Outline of the Third Five-Year Plan released in June 1960. The National Development Council (NDC) approved of the draft back in September 1960. The NDC approved of the draft back in September 1960. And only a little over a week ago the NDC applied its wayward genius to the problem of fitting the somewhat outsize state plans into the frame-work of the

  • Youngest Jaipur Maharaja comes of age!

    Jaipur : He is the youngest titular Maharaja at 18. He is the Crown King of the Jaipur royalty though the royals lost not only their empire but also their privy purses following the merger of the princely states into the Indian Union.