Free Press Journal
  • Extremely nasty form of politics taking root in India, says Rahul

    Singapore : Launching a scathing attack on the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday said “an extremely nasty form of politics” is taking root in India and his party will “defeat the BJP in the next election”.

  • Ronald Das, Rajesh Sawhney qualify for National Finals

    Noida : City golfers Ronald Das – Handicap Category A (0-16) and Rajesh Sawhney – Handicap Category B (17-24) qualified for the National Finals of Mercedes Trophy 2018 golf tournament on the second day of the Noida leg qualifier at the Jaypee Greens Golf Resort here on Thursday.

  • NCLT accepts Aircel insolvency plea

    Mumbai : The National Company Law Tribunal has approved Aircel’s plea to initiate insolvency proceedings. However, the tribunal has restrained the company’s promoters, chairman and directors from leaving India.

  • Indian architect Balkrishna Doshi wins 2018 Pritzker Prize

    Chicago : Indian architect Balkrishna Doshi was awarded this year’s Pritzker Prize for being able to interpret architecture and transform it into buildings that respect Eastern culture, at the same time that he has improved the quality of life in his homeland, according to the judging panel’s statement.

  • Lawsohtun off to flying start in Assam Rifles tourney

    Shillong : The third edition of the Assam Rifles Invitational Football Cup began on Thursday with Lawsohtun defeating Sawmer 2-0 in an exciting opening encounter at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium here.

  • Hearing on Educomp resolution plan next wk

    New Delhi : The final resolution plan for debt-laden Educomp Solutions has been submitted to the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) which will hold a hearing on it next week, a source said. “The final plan has been submitted to NCLT,” he said.

  • Tata Power achieves highest gross power generation of February

    Power company, Tata Power,  has registered the highest-ever gross electricity generation of February 2018 at 4,647 million units. This increase in generation capacity marks the company’s preparedness to meet the spurt in demand as the economy gathers steam, as well as the approaching summer season. Tata Power has demonstrated a 3  per cent increase in gross generation capacity when compared to the same month last year where it generated 4,518 million units.

  • CM Siddaramaiah unveils proposed state flag for K’taka

    BENGALURU: Flagging off the “Kannadiga pride” ahead of the assembly polls, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Thursday unveiled the proposed official state flag for Karnataka. The ‘Naada Dwaja’ (state’s flag) in hues of yellow, white and red, has the state’s emblem ‘Gandaberunda’ or the two-headed mythological bird, at its centre, reports PTI.