Free Press Journal
  • Tata Steel to take 51% stake in Creative Port Development

    New Delhi : Tata Steel on Wednesday said that it will acquire 51 per cent stake of Creative Port Development Pvt (CPDPL), a move that may optimise in-bound and out-bound supply chain for its steel plants.

  • Indore: Chance to win surprise gift in selfie contest

    Indore: Celebrating Republic Day with people from all age-groups, DS event management has organised ‘Create Stories Kala Ki Gantantrata’ with different engaging activities based on interest on Thursday from 11 am to 2 pm at Monkey’s Cafe. To make the day memorable, The Free Press Journal invites its readers to join the celebration and participate in ‘selfie competition’.

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    BMC elections: BJP hints at alliance with Shiv Sena

    Nashik: The BJP reiterated that it could contest the ensuing municipal elections in the state independently. BJP spokesman Madhav Bhandari said that the party would align with the Shiv Sena and the alliance would be announced. “If not, we can contest the polls independently and will win in majority,” he predicted. Bhandari was speaking during a press meet at the Party office in Nashik on Wednesday. Senior leaders including spokesman Keshav Upadhay, state executive secretary

  • GDP growth slowed to 6 % in Oct-Dec 2016, says Nomura

    New Delhi : Demonetisation has stymied India’s GDP growth and the October-December quarter show is likely to be around 6 per cent, while for January-March it could climb down to 5.7 per cent, forecasts a Nomura report.

  • ‘India will remain bright spot despite uncertainties in world’

    Singapore : Demonetisation will have “marginal” impact on India’s growth and the country will continue to remain a bright spot this year despite political and economic uncertainties across the world, Indian High Commissioner Jawed Ashraf has assured investors in Singapore.

  • Indore: For betterment of society, Shankar Rao Jadhav unites people and brings changes

    Indore: Bringing Marathi community together for a noble cause, Shankar Rao Jadhav leads Kshatriya Maratha Samaj since last 16 years and has brought positive changes in the society. With a belief that unity is needed for bringing a change, he has led people in the community towards philanthropy.

  • BSE share sale sees huge demand; oversubscribed 51 times

    New Delhi : Eliciting robust demand, BSE’s Rs 1,243 crore initial public offer got oversubscribed 51 times, as the first share sale by a domestic stock exchange saw bids worth over Rs 44,000 crore on the last day on Wednesday.

  • All eyes on Raina, Nehra

    Kanpur : As India switch gears to the shortest format, all eyes will be on the likes of seasoned campaigners Suresh Raina and Ashish Nehra — making a comeback after almost a year’s lay-off — when the Men-in-Blue take on England in the three-match Twenty20 International (T20I) cricket series, starting with the first game at the Green Park Stadium here on Thursday.

  • Nadal reach semis

    It was the 30-year-old Spaniard’s fifth Australian Open semi-final and his 24th in Grand Slams. Nadal is bidding to win his second Australian Open title and become the first man in the Open Era and only the third man in history — to win each of the four Grand Slam titles twice. (more…)

  • Chapecoense survivor released from hospital

    Rio de Janeiro : Brazilian football club Chapecoense’s tragic plane crash survivor Jakson Follmann was discharged from hospital, almost 50 days after the tragedy that killed 71 people in Colombia.

  • Sahara Group directed to pay Rs 1.11 crore to Indore couple

    New Delhi: A Sahara Group company has been directed by the apex consumer body to refund Rs 1.11 crore for its failure to give possession of a bungalow in one of its housing projects near Indore to a home-buyer.

  • Sania-Dodig beat Bopanna-Dabrowski

    Melbourne : Indian tennis star Sania Mirza and her Croatian partner Ivan Dodig came from behind to beat Indo-Canadian pair of Rohan Bopanna and Gabriela Dabrowski to reach the mixed doubles semi-finals.

  • MSD to showcase new master-stroke?

    New Delhi : Once a master finisher, Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s batting at the death in the past year has set tongues wagging but the former captain in his own inimitable way is trying to perfect the steer shot to counter the wide yorkers effectively bowled by England bowlers.