Free Press Journal
  • RCom receives multiple bids for stake sale

    Sistema Russia, Telstra Australia, PCCW Hong Kong, Telecom Indonesia had expressed interest in RCom, reports said.  RCom had presented a debt resolution plan under which debt was to be converted into controlling stake.

  • SC to hear AIFF’s case on Friday

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed for an urgent hearing in the All India Foodball Federation’s (AIFF) petition to stay Delhi High Court’s October 31 order quashing its elections held on December 21 last year under the supervision of retired Justice B C Kandpal.

  • GST council to slash tax on 80 per cent items

    Patna : Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi, who is also a member of the GST council, on Wednesday said tax rates on 80 per cent items of top 28 per cent slab are likely to be slashed at the council’s meeting starting from Thursday. “Tax rates on 80 per cent of 227 items falling in top slab is likely to be reduced from 28 per cent to 18 per cent

  • JSW: No dubious promoter should bid in NCLT

    New Delhi : After seeking ban on trading in shares of listed firms referred to NCLT, JSW Steel Chairman Sajjan Jindal Wednesday said dubious promoters should not be allowed to submit rehabilitation plan under the insolvency law.

  • Saudis seek to ease concerns after royal purge

    Riyadh : Saudi Arabia has sought to allay fears among investors after an anti-corruption purge that swept up a host of business and political titans, with concerns mounting that the arrests could trigger political instability. Billionaire tycoon Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal, dubbed Saudi Arabia’s Warren Buffett, was among dozens of high- profile figures arrested or sacked at the weekend, in the biggest purge of the kingdom’s elite in its modern history.

  • Exhibition baseball event in Mumbai

    Mumbai : In an effort to popularise baseball in India, Pegasus Sports in association with Grand Slam Baseball organised a school level exhibition event here.

  • Savita Punia will get all help from govt: Rathore

    New Delhi : Unemployed for last nine years despite her on-field exploits, there is good news for Savita Punia as Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore on Wednesday assured the Indian women’s hockey team goalkeeper of all the support she needs.

  • 10 wickets for no run

    Jaipur : A 15- year-old left-arm medium pacer from Rajasthan picked up all 10 wickets without conceding a run in a domestic T20 game here. Akash Choudhary achieved the feat while representing his side Disha Cricket Academy against Pearl Academy in the Late Bhawer Singh T20 tournament.