Free Press Journal
  • Jharkhand looks to fight malnutrition: Raghubar Das

    Chief Minister of Jharkhand Raghubar Das said that malnutrition in Jharkhand is a major problem and getting rid of this is the only goal of the government. For this, the government is not worried about the treasure.

  • Federer, Del Potro showdown ­

    Indian Wells : World No. 1 Roger Federer extended his season win streak to 17 matches, booking his spot in the Indian Wells Masters final by rallying past Borna Coric 5-7, 6-4, 6-4.

  • ‘No personality, no class, scared’ Mourinho blasts Man United 

    Manchester : Jose Mourinho launched an astonishing verbal tirade against his Manchester United players after they reached the FA Cup semi-finals, accusing them of “a lack of personality, lack of class and lack of desire.”

  • RERA: Making seller and buyer embrace discipline Our Bureau

    Mumbai : The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act (RERA) is quite strict with builders or promoters and agents. But at the same time, it is has punitive provisions for allottees or buyers, said  Sulaiman Bhimani, an RTI activist, at a workshop ‘RERA: Effective Complaint Filing & Compliance using RTI & How RERA Conciliation Works’, organised by Moneylife Foundation.

  • Putin eyes 4th term as Russians go to polls 

    Moscow : Russians voted on Sunday in an election set to hand President Vladimir Putin a fourth Kremlin term, as the country is embroiled in a crisis with Britain and its allies over a spy poisoning.

  • I-Sec IPO to open on March 22

    Mumbai : ICICI Securities (I-Sec), technology-based securities firm in India, has been the largest equity broker in India since fiscal 2014 in terms of brokerage revenue and active customers in equities on the National Stock Exchange, stated CRISIL.

  • Lahiri slips to T-74, Stenson keeps lead

    Orlando : Anirban Lahiri endured a roller-coaster back nine to card a two-over 74 and slipped down to T-74 after the third round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational here.

  • Tata Motors looks to roll out new products

    Geneva : Tata Motors plans to bring in new products in order to have presence in around 95 per cent of Indian passenger vehicles market by 2020,

  • Bank-backed brokerages to enter commodity derivatives space

    Mumbai : Bank-sponsored stock brokerages are gearing up to enter the commodity derivatives space, a move which is expected to mobilise retail investors for these products and help the markets grow manifold, say industry experts.

  • Water may exist in Earth’s lower mantle

    Washington : Water may be more common than expected at extreme depths within Earth’s lower mantle – approaching 640 kilometres and possibly beyond, a study of diamonds from across the world has found.

  • Pratik, Sagar steer Juhu Heroes to MMPL triumph

     MUMBAI : After some early hiccups, Juhu Heroes turned the tables on Pardigm Borivali Warriors to win the final by seven wickets in the SAI-Mumbai Masters T-20 League, powered by Paradigm Reality, played at the Police Gymkhana’s floodlit ground.

  • ELSS funds: Get paid to save tax

    It’s time for us to repeat our annual article dealing with tax saving. Last year, at exactly around this time, we had written this piece and all those who did invest in ELSS are today reaping the benefit. So for this year, here goes.

  • Man kills mother, walks into police station with ‘severed’ head

    Pudukottai (TN): A 30-year-old man sent the personnel of a police station in the district into a tizzy when he walked in with the “severed head” of his mother after allegedly killing her on Sunday, police said.          They said Anand was having frequent quarrels with his mother Rani, a widow, over a property dispute.