Free Press Journal
  • Wrong to compare household and govt budgets: Niti Aayog

    New Delhi : Decrying the economic orthodoxy in India handed down from Europe of cutting fiscal deficits to balance budgets, Niti Aayog Vice Chairman Rajiv Kumar on Sunday called for new definitions to be adopted for government expenditure and described as fallacious the comparisions made between household and national budgets.

  • Cauvery row: Rajinikanth, Kamal observe silent protest with actors

    Chennai : Joining the ongoing state-wide protests, demanding constitution of the Cauvery Management Board by the Centre, Tamil superstar Rajinikanth, actors Kamal Hassan and Vijay, along with other actors and film personalities, participated in a silent protest here.

  • Wickremesinghe to continue as UNP leader

    Colombo: Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe will continue as the leader of the United National Party (UNP), according to his aide.

  • A detox diet for your money

    When it comes to successful investing, while what to do is important – it is what not to do that is crucial. Often on account of lack of guidance – or worse – misguidance (mis-selling), money does not get invested wisely. And when the individual finds out, the common action taken is to just park the funds in bank fixed deposits and forever forsake the capital market. However, this is not the right

  • Cong to protest against govt’s failure today

    NEW DELHI: Congress president Rahul Gandhi will lead a protest at the Raj Ghat here on Monday as part of a nationwide “fast” of the party to protest against the Modi government and non-functioning of Parliament.

  • Naxalism can only be countered by development: Chhattisgarh CM

    Raipur : Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh says “frustrated Maoists” are losing their footholds due to the joint actions of the state and central governments which have put the state on the path of development by building roads, schools and hospitals in remote, inaccessible areas that were earlier the hotbeds of left-wing extremist militias.

  • Varsities must use barcodes to make examination transparent

    Bhopal : Madhya Pradesh State Governor Anandiben Patel said that barcodes should be used in universities to make examinations transparent. She said this at the review meeting of the universities of the state at Rajbhavan.

  • Safe drinking water and cleaner toilets for children in Panathur Government School

    United Way Mumbai, with support from Agilent Technologies India Pvt. Ltd. collaborated with Need Base India to construct and maintain the sanitation facilities in a government school cum residential facility in Panathur, Marathalli (Karnataka). Currently, this facility caters to 180 children from low income families, single parent households and other marginalised communities and this number is likely to rise to 250 children in the coming academic year. The absence of basic sanitation

  • No Bhariya to remain without land: Chouhan

    Bhopal : Madhya Pradesh, chief minister, Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that no Bhariya family will be deprived of land in state. He said this while addressing Bhariya Mahasammelan at Rathed village of Patalkot region in Chhindwada district.