Free Press Journal
  • Indian e-tailing industry may touch USD 28 bn by FY2020

    Mumbai : India’s e-commerce sector is expected to touch $ 28 billion by FY2019-20 on account of an increase in number of buyers and stable annual spends per consumer, according to a report.

  • NITI Aayog recommended closure of 26 sick PSUs

    New Delhi  : Of the 76 loss-making public sector companies identified by NITI Aayog, 26 companies have been recommended for closure, a  government source said on Wednesday.

  • 4G

    4G telecom service to rake over Rs 79K cr in 4 years

    New Delhi: The high-speed 4G connections are expected to account for 17 per cent of the country’s total user base by 2020 with revenues reaching over Rs 79,000-crore mark, a study says.

  • Jyoti Prasad Rajkhowa

    Jyoti Prasad Rajkhowa case: Lacking in grace

    And you thought educated people behave better? No, sir, it is an individual thing. You can be an illiterate villager but still behave scrupulously while someone with a string of decorated degrees — think Chidambaram, for example — can cut moral corners with impunity. Why this longish preface? Well, we are shocked at the behaviour of the Arunachal Pradesh Governor Jyoti Prasad Rajkhowa. He refuses to resign in spite of being told to

  • Indiabulls Housing mops up Rs 1,330-cr via masala bonds

    Mumbai : Indiabulls Housing Finance on Wednesday said it has raised Rs 1,330 crore through a three-year masala bond sale to international investors, making it the second home finance company after market leader HDFC to raise funds through this route.

  • India may get 5G with the rest of the world

    Bengaluru : India stands a chance to get 5G technology with the rest of the world as the country enters an era of Internet of Things (IoT), Telecom Secretary J S Deepak said here today.

  • Malaysia-bound AirAsia X plane ends up in Melbourne

    Sydney : A Malaysia-bound AirAsia X plane, which took off from Sydney, ended up in Melbourne instead after the pilot entered the aircraft’s wrong longitudinal position, safety officials said.

  • India to grow at 7.5% in FY17: D&B

    New Delhi : The Indian economy is expected to expand by 7.5 per cent on the back of consumption-led growth in the current financial year, says a Dun & Bradstreet report.