Free Press Journal
  • Ensure safety of customers’ lockers, RBI tells banks

    Tricky Issue : Earlier, RBI has said that a bank is not liable for loss of valuables from a locker,  In this context, the central bank has now directed banks to ensure safety of customers’ lockers.

  • Maha’s Aditya Jagtap wins Otters title

    Mumbai : Third seed Aditya Jagtap of Maharashtra beat fourth seed Sandeep Jangra of Services to bag the men’s title, in the Otters Open Squash Championship, co-sponsored by Citrus, Fenesta and Modi Motors.

  • Cong adopts two resolutions on 75th anniversary of Quit India movement

    New Delhi : Lest the Modi government usurp credit for the Quit India movement on its 75th anniversary by adopting resolutions in both the Houses of Parliament on Wednesday, the Congress on Tuesday held a meeting of the Congress Working Committee (CWC) to remember the call by the Mahatma Gandhi-led AICC (All India Congress Committee) from Gawalia Tank in Mumbai on this day in 1942 to launch the final and biggest battle

  • Unfit Herath ruled out of the 3rd Test

    Pallekele : Veteran left-arm spinner Rangana Herath has been ruled out of Sri Lanka’s third Test against India owing to back pain.

  • Idea Cellular seeks NCLT nod for merger with Vodafone

    New Delhi : Mobile operator Idea Cellular on Tuesday said it has sought approval of the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) for merger of its operations with Vodafone India.

  • Maken opposes in HC AAP plea against panel report on ads

    New Delhi :Delhi Congress chief Ajay Maken today opposed the AAP’s plea in the Delhi High Court against a Centre-appointed panel’s report recommending that the ruling party be made to pay an amount of Rs 97 crore that the Delhi government had spent on advertisements.

  • RBI officers expressed reservation on CFO

    New Delhi : The officers’ association of the Reserve Bank of India has expressed its reservations regarding the appointment of a chief financial officer by the central bank, Minister of State for Finance Santosh Kumar Gangwar said in response to a question in the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday. Gangwar said that the association’s reservations were on several grounds, including the rank of the CFO, the need for such a post, and lateral

  • Olympics, Deloitte report, domestic pay structure on COA list

    New Delhi : The BCCI’s stand on India’s Olympic participation in case of cricket’s inclusion and revision of pay structure in the domestic circuit will top the agenda when the Committee of Administrators (COA) meets the Board’s top office-bearers today.

  • Coach Bayliss warns win will not paper over England cracks

    “We know there are some spots which haven’t been cemented down and we’re still looking for those guys to prove their worth at this level,” says England’s Australian coach Trevor Bayliss .

  • Nandan Nilekani

    Big data to address problems of jobs, growth, says Nilekani

     Bengaluru : Infosys co-founder and former UIDAI chairman Nandan Nilekani Tuesday swore by big data, saying it will address issues of economic growth and jobs and help small businesses avail of loans that have eluded them so far. “The fact that we are talking of using big data is not just some technical mumbo-jumbo, it is actually creating a cycle of investment and growth for India’s small businesses, which will lead to

  • Infrastructure and grass-root level activity needed to grow sports industry: Raman

    Mumbai : Over years various leagues like Indian Premier League, Indian Super League etc, have helped accelerate the growth of the Indian sports industry. But there is lot more that can be done in order to make India come in par with other countries like the US or United Kingdom, believes CEO of Reliance Sports, Sundar Raman.

  • BHEL forays into Chile and Estonia

    New Delhi : Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has expanded its business in the international market by securing export orders from Chile and Estonia. The company has been constantly aligning its export strategy in line with global dynamics.

  • Orgainsing World T20 was lifetime experience: Ganguly

    Kolkata Having successfully made the transition from a former cricketer to an administrator, former India captain Sourav Ganguly has said organising matches of the 2016 World Twenty20 at the historic Eden Gardens was a an experience of a lifetime.

  • ‘Erect a bust of Dalimiya at Eden’

    West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee urged the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) to erect a bust of former BCCI President Jagmohan Dalmiya.

  • Wilful defaulters owe PSU banks Rs 924 billion: Govt

    New Delhi : Wilful defaulters owe close to Rs 924 billion to public sector banks as on March 31, Minister of State for Finance Santosh Kumar Gangwar said in response to a question in Rajya Sabha Tuesday.