Free Press Journal
  • Medha changes tact in fighting for dam victims

    New Delhi : In what is seen to be a shift in their strategy, the Narmda Bachao Andolan (NBA) and the National Alliance for People’s Movements (NAPM) have sought to engage the Ministry of Social Justice to ensure justice is done to lakhs of people affected by the rise in the Sardar Sarovar dam height in Gujarat.

  • Infosys embarks on a journey to transform in digital times

    Bengaluru : Global software major Infosys Ltd has embarked on a three-pronged transformation journey for a sustainable and secure future, said its Board Chairman R. Seshasayee on Saturday at the company’s 36th Annual General Meeting (AGM).

  • Veterans Administration reform is now law in US

    Washington : US President Donald Trump signed into law a reform of the Veterans Administration (VA) that will make it easier to dismiss any employees who put former combatants’ lives in danger.

  • C21 mall shops to be auctioned

    BHOPAL: The municipal corporation will put 38 shops of C21 mall, on auction, on Thursday. The bidding will take place at the headquarters of the corporation at Mata Mandir Square at 11 am.

  • GST kind of win-win situation for both public and govt: Expert

    Indore : Exponents of GST while addressing a workshop organised by Indore Management Association (IMA) in collaboration with Bombay Chartered Accountants Society here at Brilliant Convention Centre on Saturday said that the all new indirect tax regime is an integrated tax regime, which will reduce policy paralysis from Indian economy and a kind of win-win situation for both public and government.

  • Lack of dialogue between India, China led to gaps: Indian envoy

    Indian Envoy to China Vijay Gokhale said talks between the two countries have not kept pace with the fast-paced developments of the last hald-century during the second India-China Think-Tanks Forum organised by the Indian Council of World Affairs and the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in Beijing on Saturday

  • Mumbaikars can book rail tickets & pay later

    New Delhi : You can now book a train ticket and travel without paying as the IRCTC, the Indian Railway agency for ticketing and catering, has tied up with the Mumbai-based to buy e-tickets and pay within 14 days.

  • India again hammer Pakistan 6-1 in HWL classification clash

    London : The Indian hockey team continued its domination of arch-foes Pakistan, handing them a 6-1 thrashing in a 5th-8th place classification match of the Hero Hockey World League Semifinals here on Saturday.