Free Press Journal
  • TRAI issues broadcasting quality regulations

    New Delhi: The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on Friday issued broadcasting quality regulations, one of which prohibits service providers from charging the subscribers for the duration of continuous interruption exceeding 72 hours.

  • Dr Reddy’s Lab acquires Kolkata-based NBFC

    New Delhi: Dr Reddy’s Laboratories announced that it has acquired 100 per cent stake in Imperial Credit Private Ltd, a Kolkata-based non-banking finance company.

  • Federal Bank’s FedMobile becomes smarter

    Federal Bank has come out with an update for its award winning mobile banking platform – FedMobile. Bank has added the facility to open term deposit in FedMobile and this will be available to both resident and NRI customers. Customers can also open recurring deposits and tax saving deposits, in addition to making fixed deposits. The recent update also includes facility for hotel and bus booking.

  • Mumbai: Vasai Creek to get five coastal facilities

    Costal projects see a new form of spotlight with the Government, with an . Recently after meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Maharashtra Chief Minister announced that the coastal road project work in Mumbai will start soon. But now to boost the inland water and cargo transport in Mumbai, the Maharashtra Maritime Board (MMB) will develop coastal facilities at five points in Vasai Creek.

  • Outlook negative for diamond exporters in FY18: Rating firm

    Mumbai: India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) today said it has maintained a stable outlook on organised jewellery retailers and a negative one on cut and polished diamond (CPD) exporters for FY18.

  • Israel offers Indian students scholarships and training from cyber security to food security 

    Celebrating 25 years of Growing Partnership, the multi-faceted relations between India and Israel continue to expand in every direction. Through academic and governmental programs, Indian students and professionals are offered unique scholarships and training programs in Israel ranging from Cyber and Technology, to Agriculture, Education, Women’s Empowerment and Startups.

  • SC stays Bar Council of India notification prescribing LLB age limit

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today stayed a notification issued by the Bar Council of India (BCI) to fix the upper age limit to 22 years for the five-year law course and 45 years for the three-year course to get admission in a law college.

  • Your day by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- There may be minor issues such as a common cough and cold. You would do well to take precautions against unpredictable weather and the infections that it may cause. You could do some yoga and pranayam to keep fit and strengthen your immunity system.

  • Indore: Guard held for stealing diamond-studded bangles

    Indore: City police on Friday arrested a person within 24 hours of a theft and recovered diamond-studded bangles worth Rs 2.5 lakh from his possession. According to police, the theft was occurred at the house of Rameshchandra Gupta in Pipliarao on March 2. Gupta was not at house when the accused entered there and manage to steal two bangles.

  • Indore: Result goof-up human error, says DAVV

    Indore: Even as inquiry is underway into review results goof-up at Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), the university termed the blunder ‘a human error’ and sent all the results record of last 10 months to the State government that had taken a serious note in the case.

  • Indore: Eunuch robbed of gold chain by two miscreants

    Indore: Two motorcycle-borne miscreants robbed a eunuch of her gold chain in Tukoganj police station area here on Wednesday morning. She was going to meet his Guru when the incident occurred.

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    Exam stress: Don’t make marks a prestige issue

    Indore: Making it a prestige issue, most parents create competition among children forcing a rat race for first rank and higher marks. Running among their friends as competitors, students who fail to win fall into depression and the winners end up being loners.

  • Bhopal: Aam Admi Party protests LPG cylinder price hike

    BHOPAL: Women wing of Aam Admi Party staged a demonstration on Friday to protest Union government decision to hike domestic LPG cylinder price by Rs 86 in the recent budget.