Free Press Journal
  • Protecting the borrower, family and asset: GIC Housing Finance

    Among the older players in the housing finance segment, GIC Housing Finance (GIC HF) has some unique properties in its business model, to which it has combined aggressive targets for the next few years. The Budget thrust on affordable housing would benefit the company more than most in its peer group. S Gopakumar, MD and CEO, discusses these and other issues with R N Bhaskar and

  • Central upset North, East win over South

    Mumbai : Central Zone upstaged star-studded North Zone by four runs in a close match to remain in the hunt for the title in the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Inter Zonal League at the Wankhede Stadium on Wednesday.

  • Chhetri’s record strike hold Aizawl

    Aizawl : Bengaluru FC skipper Sunil Chettri’s record-breaking strike denied Aizawl FC full points as the much-anticipated Hero I-League match ended in a 1-1 draw on Wednesday.

  • Indore: 12-year old Krishna Kate is an inspiration to overcome agony

    Indore: Finding strength in distress, 12-year old Krishna Kate is an inspiring soul that teaches the lesson of overcoming troubles with a smile and determination. Having suffered serious injuries in a bus accident, he lost his right foot and severe damage in his right hand.

  • India drub Singapore

    Ho Chi Minh : India rallied to start their campaign on a winning note in the ROBOT Badminton Asia Mixed Team Championships 2017, embarrassing Singapore 4-1, on Wednesday.

  • PIFA enter semi-final

    Mumbai : PIFA Colaba and Mumbai FC Under-19 scored contrasting wins to advance to the semi-finals of the 110th RCF-Nadkarni Cup football tournament, organized by RCF Sports Club under the aegis of MDFA and played at the RCF Colony ground, Chembur on Wednesday.

  • Telangana in quarters

    Mumbai : Tamil Nadu and Telangana men and Madhya Pradesh and West Bengal women advanced to the quarter-finals of the National Inclusion Cup Championship for underprivileged children, a CSR initiative of Sony Pictures Network India, organised by Slum Soccer, at the Andheri Sports Complex on Wednesday.

  • Chennai to host fourth Season

    Chennai : The United Basketball Alliance (UBA) today officially announced the 4th season of the UBA Pro Basketball League set to take place between 16th February and 1st March 2017 at the Satyabhama University, Chennai.

  • Harshali, Arjun clinch titles in Rotary Cup tennis

    Mumbai : Harshali Mandavakar and Arjun Gohad emerged champions in the inaugural edition of the ‘Rotary Cup’ All India Ranking Championship Series Under-14 Tennis Tournament 2017, organized by the Rotary Club of Bombay Midcity (district 3141) in association with AITA and MSLTA.

  • Indore: Patanjali to set up plant in six months at Pithampur

    Indore: Managing director and CEO of Patanjali Group, Acharya Balkrishna, informed that company’s food processing plant at Pithampur will be set up in six months and bhoomi pujan of the plant will be performed by end of this month.

  • Aman, Vidhya champions

    Mumbai : South Zone paddlers Aman Balgu and N. Vidhya claimed the men’s and women’s singles crowns in the table tennis event of the 49th All India Central Revenue Sports Meet at Goregaon Sports Club on Wednesday.

  • Indore: Medical college admin confident of getting permission for PG seat hike

    Indore: Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College administration is confident of getting permission for increasing 40 PG seats in various departments. Proposal for increasing seats has already been sent and the medical college administration has started preparation for giving admission to increased PG seats in session 2017-18.

  • Indore: DAVV non-teaching staff to go on strike today

    Indore: Works at Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya would remain paralysed on Thursday as its non-teaching employees are going on a day’s strike over non-fulfilment of their various demands, including demand of regularisation of daily wagers.

  • Indore: Shri Vaishnav Polytechnic College hikes fee mid-term

    Indore: Following the instructions from State government, Shri Vaishnav Polytechnic College has hiked tuition fee in mid of session 2016-17 and asked students to pay the difference amount.

  • Indore: Youth allegedly thrown from second floor

    Indore: A youth was allegedly thrown from the second floor of a building under Palasia police station area on Tuesday late night. His family members alleged that he was thrown by a girl’s parents when he went to meet her on Valentine’s Day.

  • Indore: 2-day international seminar begins at DAVV tomorrow

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwa-vidyalaya is organising an international seminar and XXVII annual conference of Madhya Pradesh Economic Association (MPEA) on 17-18 February at School of Economics.

  • Ujjain: Mahakal city set to host national malkhambh meet

    Ujjain: The talents of traditional Indian game—malkhambh—will be having a great opportunity to attract the attention of sports lovers during a three-day National Malkhambh Championship, scheduled to begin here from February 18. Participants from across the country will be reaching the city by late Thursday.

  • Ujjain: Noted educationist Chaitanya Gopal Nirbhay passes away

    Ujjain: Noted author and educationist Chaitanya Gopal Nirbhay passed away on Wednesday at 11.30 am.  He was suffering from breathing problem since Tuesday night. His funeral procession was taken out from his house at Vivekanand Colony at 4 pm. People related with education and literature paid homage to the departed soul.  A condolence meet was organised at the crematory under Malvi poet Shiv Choursiya. President of Akhil Bhartiya Brahmin Sabha Surendra Chaturvedi,

  • Ujjain wins three awards

    Ujjain: Governor OP Kohli conferred three awards on collector Sanket Bhondve on Wednesday on the occasion of establishment day of State Election Commission.