Free Press Journal
  • Anandiben set to retire, adds to Amit Shah’s woes

    Gandhinagar : Former chief minister and prominent Gujarat BJP leader Anandiben Patel on Monday sent shockwaves through the Gujarat BJP’s electoral spine with her announcement that she would not be contesting the forthcoming Assembly elections slated to be held this December.

  • Govt gets six more months to look into political parties’ A/Cs

    New Delhi : The Delhi High Court on Monday granted the government the last opportunity by giving it six months to look into the accounts of political parties, including the Congress and the BJP, for traces of foreign funds.

  • Bids invited for Bhushan’s insolvency plan

    Mumbai : Lenders to Bhushan Steel Ltd have invited bids for resolution of the company under the insolvency process, which is expected to be closed by January next year. The steel-maker owes financial and operational creditors over 560 bln rupees, as per data available on the company’s website. Bids have to be submitted by Dec 23.

  • Ranji Trophy: Punjab, Himachal play out draw on the final day

    Dharamsala : Punjab and Himachal Pradesh played a draw on the fourth day of the Ranji Trophy cricket tournament here on Monday. In Group D, Himachal Pradesh bagged three points because of their first innings lead while Punjab was given one point.

  • ‘Paridhan’ to reach market by next March, says Acharya Balkrishna, CMD, Patanjali

    After creating a prominent position in health care segment, food segment, ayurvedic segment etc, Patanjali Ayurved is now looking at venturing into apparels before the end of financial year. Acharya Balkrishna, CMD, Patanjali Ayurved while speaking to Free Press Journal’s Manish Upadhyay reveals company’s future plans.

  • Assam secure a point from Delhi

    New Delhi : Delhi missed a golden opportunity to register an outright win as Assam managed to sneak home with a point defending a target of 79 in 14 overs during final hour.

  • Gadkari ‘gifts’ MP five projects worth `5,186 cr

    Indore : Union transport, national highways minister Nitin Gadkari gave a major boost to infrastructural development in the city by gifting five projects worth Rs 5,186 crore during his visit here on Monday.

  • No question of replacing Ashwin, Jadeja: Kuldeep

    Guwahati : He may have become India’s latest spin sensation but chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav says he is not thinking about being seen as R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja’s replacement. Yadav told reporters on the eve of the second T20I here. “We are very young, and it has never cross my mind,” the 22-year-old added.

  • Affordable housing will only take off if transport is robust: VBHC Value Homes COO Rahul Sabharwal

    Long before affordable housing became government’s priority and it became the buzzword, VBHC Value Homes realised its importance. For almost a decade now, VBHC has been going beyond strict norms of affordable housing to budget housing with a value proposition. Rahul Sabharwal, COO of the company which has operations in four different urban geographies, shares his view on the entire segment with Pankaj Joshi.

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