Free Press Journal
  • Insolvency law panel may finalise report this month

    New Delhi : A high-level panel looking into various aspects of the insolvency law is expected to finalise its report this month wherein recommendations for “targeted amendments” will be made to the government, a senior official said.

  • M&M, Ford join hands to make SUVs, e-cars

    New Delhi : Mahindra group and Ford Motor Co will jointly develop new SUVs and a small electric vehicle as part of several initiatives announced today to take forward their collaboration pact signed last year.

  • Education fee cap for martyrs’ children removed

    New Delhi : A Rs 10,000 cap on the education fee paid to the children of military personnel killed in the line of duty has been removed, the government announced on Thursday.

  • Twitter information security officer quits

    San Francisco : As tech companies reel under mounting pressure to prevent their platforms from data breach and fake news, Twitter’s chief information security officer Michael Coates has decided to quit.

  • Sebi bars Kotecha for 14 years from markets

    New Delhi : Sebi on Thursday imposed a 14-year ban from the securities market on Nirmal Kotecha as well as penalty worth over Rs 32 lakh with respect to fraudulent trades in Pyramid Saimira Theatre shares that happened nearly ten years ago.

  • Relief to Tej Pratap in scribe murder case

    NEW DELHI: In a breather for RJD chief Lalu Prasad’s son Tej Pratap Yadav, the CBI on Thursday told the Supreme Court that it did not find anything against him in the murder of journalist Rajdeo Ranjan and gave him a clean chit.