Free Press Journal
  • Global regulatory trends could impact MF’s growth: Mahalingam

    Mumbai : Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) Whole Time Member G Mahalingam cautioned the mutual fund industry that global regulatory trends could impact the future growth of the asset management companies (AMCs).

  • For many Muslims, EVM the real enemy

     Udaipur : For many Muslim voters in Gujarat, if there is an issue of concern in the coming Assembly election, it is the electronic voting machine (EVM).

  • BSE files bankruptcy case against 7 cos

    Mumbai : BSE filed proceedings under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) 2016 against seven listed companies for failing to pay the “Annual Listing Fees” (ALF) in spite of “advance intimation, reminders and grant of sufficient time in the past few years”.

  • Kashmir cut off due to heavy snowfall; air & road traffic affected

    Srinagar : The Kashmir valley was cut off from the rest of the country on Tuesday as flight operations at the Srinagar airport were suspended and the Srinagar-Jammu National Highway and Mughal road were closed for traffic due to snowfall and rain.

  • Equity IRR for first set of TOT highways seen at 12-13 %

    Mumbai : The equity internal rate of return (IRR) for the first set of highways which are being auctioned under the toll-operate-transfer (TOT) model is likely to be 12-13 per cent, says a report. This is based on the National Highways Authority of India’s (NHAI) initial estimated concession value.

  • Railway rallies to down Navy

    Mumbai : Twice in arrears, Western Railway in splendid fashion fought back to score a 3-2 win against a spirited Indian Navy in a Pool-C league match of the 52nd Bombay Gold Cup Hockey Tournament, played at the MHAL-Mahndra Stadium, Churchgate on Tuesday.

  • BHEL commissions coal-fired power project in Indonesia

    New Delhi : Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has achieved yet another milestone in the South East Asian region with the successful commissioning of a 54 MW coal-fired captive power project in Indonesia.

  • Helicopter services remain suspended at Vaishno Devi

    Srinagar: Due to the bad weather conditions and fog around Trikuta Hills, the helicopter services to Mata Vaishno Devi in Jammu and Kashmir remained suspended for the second consecutive day on Tuesday.

  • No plans to set up minority commission: Mehbooba to SC

    New Delhi : The Mehbooba Mufti government has told the Supreme Court that it has no plans to set up a minority commission in Jammu and Kashmir as the National Commission for Minorities Act, 1992, is “not binding on the state and is sole prerogative of the state legislature.”

  • 1 lakh youths will be trained by Tata Trusts annually

    Guwahati : Philanthropic organisation Tata Trusts said it will reach its target of training one lakh youths annually on various vocational skills across the country after two years.

  • EC orders repolling in 6 booths on Thursday

    Gandhinagar : The Election Commission on Tuesday ordered repolling in six booths, where first phase polling was held on December 9. The repolls will be held on December 14.

  • Additional payout of Rs 891 cr to ex-minority Essar Oil shareholders

    Mumbai : After multiple extensions from Sebi and four months after the closure of USD 13-billion sale of Essar Oil to the Russian giant Rosneft, the promoters on Tuesday announced a payout of Rs 891 crore to erstwhile minority shareholders of the company.

  • Replace MOFA with some other Act, says Maha RERA Chairman

    Mumbai : Maharashtra Ownership Flat Act (MOFA) and Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act (RERA) in their original shape, will cause problem for smooth working of both act, said Gautam Chatterjee, chairman of the Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority (Maha RERA).