Free Press Journal
  • Note ban on Opposition radar, criticises budget’s timing

    Delhi : On the eve of Budget session, opposition parties, on Monday, signalled that demonetisation issue, which led to a virtual washout of the last session, would again heat up Parliament even as they vent their unhappiness over early presentation of Budget in the midst of poll season.

  • Vodafone, Idea in talks to create India’s largest telco

    New Delhi : Britain’s Vodafone Group on Monday said it is in talks to merge its Indian unit with Idea Cellular in an all-share deal to create the country’s largest telecom operator to compete with Reliance Jio that has unleashed a fierce price war.

  • Sebi cautions investors against unauthorised fund raising

    New Delhi : Concerned over a large number of companies indulging in illegal money pooling activities, markets regulator Sebi on Monday cautioned investors and general public against dealing with such entities — 256 as per the latest update.

  • Ex-IAF vice chief nixes fears of India-China war

    Guwahati : Former Vice-Chief of the Air Staff Air Marshal (retd) Pranab Kumar Barbora does not foresee a full-fledged military war between India and China, but only a ‘war’ for economic supremacy.

  • Note ban impact: Economy to grow 6.8% in FY17: Survey

    New Delhi:  Indian economy will grow 6.8 per cent this fiscal due to a slow down in the services and infrastructure sectors post demonetisation, according to a latest round of Ficci’s Economic Outlook Survey.

  • Mahatma Gandhi

    Call to reopen Bapu’s assassination case

    NEW DELHI : A prominent Gandhian scholar on Monday called for reopening the Mahatma Gandhi’s assassination case on the 69th anniversary of his death to establish the role of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) in the dastardly killing.