Free Press Journal
  • Paes teams up with Purav Raja for Winston-Salem Open and US Open

    New Delhi : Leander Paes has teamed up with fellow Mumbaikar Purav Raja, who is only the seventh Indian to have paired with the veteran legend on the Pro circuit, for the Winston-Salem Open and the US Open.

  • 3 insurers file IPO papers in 3 weeks, may fetch Rs 20K cr

    New Delhi : In less than three weeks, three insurance firms, including HDFC Standard Life, have filed draft papers for IPOs that together are estimated to be worth nearly Rs 20,000 crore. With the IPO market bustling with activity, two government-owned entities — New India Assurance and General Insurance Corporation of India (GIC Re) — have joined the bandwagon this month. The public sector insurers are expected to hit the market in

  • ‘100 dreams’ project for downtrodden kids in J&K

    Jammu : The Rajouri district administration has initiated a project to provide education and skill development opportunities to children of sanitation workers working for the local municipal committee. The children would also be provided career guidance under the ‘Project 100 Dreams’.

  • Sushil vs Lalu: Trading benami land charges

    Ramashray Prasad Yadav was the chairman of BPSC from January 1991 to January 1997 when Prasad was the CM while Mohammad Shamim was nominated as MLC from the governor’s quota in 1998 when Rabri Devi was CM, Sushil Modi said.

  • Narrow wins for UAE, Japan

    Mumbai : UAE and Japan registered narrow wins in the mini league of the 10th Mastan YMCA Monsoon Basketball League on Sunday.

  • Sikka saga: Institutions need to outlive founders, feel experts

    New Delhi : Leadership pipeline is critical for bluechip corporates to evolve into institutions that outlive their founders, feel HR experts, as the sudden exit of Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka raises questions over succession planning at India Inc. While succession planning as a concept does exist in India, experts are of the opinion that some large corporations seem to be “struggling” when it comes to putting their act together.

  • Otters maintain winning form to advance into final

    Mumbai : Otters ‘Rockets’ (Otters Club) players once again produced commendable performances to maintain the team’s fine winning run as they blanked KG ‘Pocket Rockets’ (Khar Gymkhana) 3-0 en route to making the final of the Otters Club- Mumbai Snooker League – 2017, conducted by the Billiards and Snooker Association of Maharashtra (BSAM).

  • Not yet filed your tax return?Read this first

    If you have missed the last date for filing tax returns for AY 17-18 (5th August), then this article is for you. Others too, though having filed their tax return in time, would do well to know the law as it stands today with respect to filing tax returns after due date. Also for some who may wish to revise their returns, this article will be extremely relevant.

  • National Racing C’ship: Double delight for Reddy & Narendran

    Chennai : Winning both the races, Hyderabad’s Anindith Reddy extended his domination in the MRF FF1600 class as the fourth round of the MMSC FMSCI Indian National Racing Championship concluded at the MMRT track here on Sunday.

  • Will continue to support the team: Sachin Tendulkar

    Mumbai : Batting great Sachin Tendulkar said his best wishes are always with the Indian cricket team and he will continue to support the side even if its performance doesn’t meet expectations all the time.