Free Press Journal
  • GreenSignal Bio Pharma’s IPO will commence on November 9

    Mumbai : Chennai-based GreenSignal Bio Pharma (GSBPL), a vaccine manufacturing company is set to open its initial public offering (IPO), that would improve its liquidity and enhance its brand image,  on November 9 and close on November 11. The IPO is priced at Rs 76-Rs 80 per equity share of face value at Rs 10 each.

  • school fee hike issue, vinod tawde, education minister, pro parents, recommendation, fee hike

    Mumbai: MPSC students seek debate with Vinod Tawde

    Mumbai: Alleging that the state education minister Vinod Tawde and bureaucrats are incorrect in claiming that they are following court orders for failure to appoint them, the striking candidates of Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) have demanded a face-to-face debate with them.

  • Govt bids for 1,000-MW wind power projects scheme

    New Delhi : The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy today issued guidelines for the bidding process under a scheme for developers to set up 1,000-MW wind power projects connected to inter-state transmission system.

  • Burman GSC gets Gurgaon SEZ stake

    New Delhi : Realty firm Burman GSC has acquired the stake of its joint venture (JV) partner, Ascendas India, in the special economic zone (SEZ) in Gurgaon for an estimated deal size of about Rs 300 crore, reports PTI. Burman GSC and Ascendas had a 49:51 JV partnership for the OneHub SEZ project. With this transaction, Burman GSC is now 100 per cent owner of the SEZ, it said in a statement.

  • Sebi offers clarity on voluntary delisting norms

    New Delhi : Companies cannot apply for voluntary delisting of their shares unless they have been listed in a recognised stock exchange for at least three years, according to Sebi, reports PTI. Besides, the regulator said no recognised stock exchange will permit such delisting until three years have passed since the listing of the shares of that company.

  • The Art of Listening

    It is through this creative process that we at once love and are loved

  • Proteas left reeling

    Four-star Starc and aggressive Warner give OZ powerful start , Left-hander David Warner reached his half- century in just 39 balls and now has 744 runs at an average of 106.28 in Tests in Perth.

  • West Indies end Test win drought

    Sharjah : West Indies secured their first victory since May 2015 as opener Kraigg Brathwaite capped a brilliant match with an unbeaten half-century in the third cricket Test against Pakistan on Thursday.

  • ‘Rahul Dravid has made me mentally strong’

    New Delhi : Ecstatic after his maiden call-up into the Indian cricket team, all-rounder Hardik Pandya said that India A coach Rahul Dravid’s guidance during the Australia tour has made him “mentally stronger”.

  • anil-kumble

    Anil Kumble’s support for DRS was instrumental: ICC GM Geoff Allardice

    New Delhi : ICC’s General Manager of cricket affairs Geoff Allardice today termed India coach Anil Kumble’s role as “instrumental” in assessing the upgraded Decision Review System and his support proved to be pivotal in using the technology in the upcoming England series.

  • Virat Kohli is as good as it gets: Kevin Pietersen

    London : Ahead of the gruelling five-match Test rubber against India, former England batsman Kevin Pietersen has cautioned his side against the batting prowess of Indian skipper Virat Kohli, who is going through a purple patch in all formats of the game at the moment.


    Paris : Titleholders Real Madrid and English Premier League winners Leicester must both wait to take their place in the last 16 of the Champions League after they could only manage draws Wednesday on a night which saw just Dortmund advance.

  • Lack of intensity hurt us: Zidane

    Warsaw : Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has blamed lack of intensity for their 3-3 draw against Legia Warszawa in their Champions League group stage clash here.

  • ‘Will rectify our mistakes’

    Warsaw : Real Madrid star Gareth Bale has said the Spanish football side isn’t happy after drawing 3-3 with Poland’s Legia Warsaw and are looking to rectify their mistakes in the upcoming Champions League matches.

  • FC Goa push Pune City to the bottom

    Pune : FC Goa climbed up from the bottom of the Hero Indian Super League table for the first time after securing a hard-fought 1-0 victory over FC Pune City at Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex Stadium, Balewadi-Pune, on Thursday.

  • Stan Wawrinka out, Andy Murray struggles

    Paris : Stan Wawrinka was shown the door at the Paris Masters during his opening match as Novak Djokovic claimed an easy win and Andy Murray struggled through.

  • Two bronze for India at 17th Asian Skating

    China : India celebrates Diwali with a big bash with the first ever International medal gifted from Nikhilesh Tabhane, Vikram Ingale and Dhanush Babu at 17th Asian Skating Championship 2016 held at Lishui, China.

  • Arya Gandharva, Suraj Kumar shine in Goans victory

    Mumbai : Goans Sports Association (GSA) riding on the combined efforts of Arya Gandharva’s fine hat-trick  and Suraj Kumar’s brace of goals blanked Carmelites SC 7-0 in a MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) Youth League 2016 match promoted by the SportingLions and Mumbai City FC on Thursday evening. The other two goals for the Goans were scored by Carl Miranda and Aryan Kelear.

  • Tejas Salian grabs gold

    Mumbai : Tejas Salian, Mumbai University long jump record –holder, won the men’s long jump gold , eclipsing his rivals with ease on a day when as many as nine new meet records were re-written on the opening day of the India Masters Athletics 5-District Track & Field Championships, which got off to a fine start at the University Stadium on Thursday.