Free Press Journal
  • NBCC India expects 35 per cent CAGR for next five years

    Mumbai : NBCC India Ltd is eyeing a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 35 per cent in its topline over the next five years, the public sector undertaking’s management told analysts at an investor meet.

  • Confusion prevails over Blue Tigers’ participation

    New Delhi : The Indian men’s football team’s participation in the Asian Games was on Wednesday thrown into confusion after the Indian Olympic Association (IOA), amid AIFF’s optimism, said it will stick to its criteria for team events, which the sport does not meet at the moment.

  • James Bond’s teenage to get comic book treatment

    Washington D.C. : Questions of all the fans about James Bond’s life are about to be answered! A new comic book series, titled James Bond Origin, will explore the teenage years of the deadliest secret agent.

  • Jet Airways inducts first of 150 Boeing 737 Max aircraft

    Mumbai : Jet Airways said it took the delivery of its maiden 737 Max aircraft out of the 150 on order from Boeing, making the airline the first domestic carrier to have this type of plane.

  • MP Minister wants a cow ministry

    BHOPAL : This Madhya Pradesh cabinet minister wants the cow portfolio. Have a ministry to take care of cows and they will, like Kamadhenu, the giving cow of Hindu lore, give the State all that it needs — this seems to be the ‘bovine’ impulse driving Swami Akhileshwaranand Giri of Madhya Pradesh, elevated to cabinet rank in the Shivraj Singh Chouhan government on June 13.

  • 3 brothers born in Pak given Indian citizenship

    HYDERABAD: Three siblings born in Pakistan but staying in Nizamabad district of Telangana since 2004 have been granted Indian citizenship by the Indian government.

  • LTFH opens its 1,000th meeting centre in Kolkata

    Mumbai : Non-banking financial services company, L&T Finance Holdings (LTFH) has opened its 1,000th meeting centre in Kolkata, West Bengal, for its micro loans business. LTFH is opening these meeting centres through its subsidiary L&T Finance (LTF).

  • BHEL wins Rs 1,000-cr order for Emission Control equipment from TSGENCO

    Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has bagged two major orders for emission control equipment from Telangana State Power Generation Corporation Ltd (TSGENCO). Valued at Rs 1,000 crore, the orders involve supply and installation of Flue Gas Desulphurization (FGD) systems for control of SOx emissions at TSGENCO’s 1×800 MW Kothagudem Thermal Power Station (TPS) and 4×270 MW Bhadradri TPS in Telangana.

  • Bids received for Pawan Hans’ stake sale  

     New Delhi : Bids have been received for the strategic stake sale in helicopter services provider Pawan Hans, Civil Aviation Secretary R N Choubey said. A profit-making entity, Pawan Hans is a joint venture between the central government and state-owned ONGC.

  • OYO now forays into China, makes entry in 26 cities 

    New Delhi : Hospitality firm OYO said it has forayed in China as part of its overseas expansion plans.   China is the company’s third overseas market, after its successful venture into Malaysia and Nepal, where it has grown multi-fold, OYO said in a statement.

  • GAIL Gas partners with Uber

    New Delhi : State-run GAIL Gas Limited has partnered with ridesharing company, Uber, to promote the usage of CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) across various cities in India.