Free Press Journal
  • Definition for shell firms likely soon

    New Delhi : The government will “very soon” come out with a definition for shell companies, Union Minister PP Chaudhary said on Sunday amid the crackdown on entities indulging in financial irregularities.

  • Air India to hand over its artefact to Culture Ministry

    New Delhi : National carrier Air India is in talks with the Ministry of Culture to hand over its priceless art collections to the ministry for their display in the National Gallery of Modern Art in various metros, said officials on Sunday.

  • We played well, deserved more: Ronaldo

    Sochi : Portugal captain and star striker Cristiano Ronaldo has said that his team played well in the FIFA World Cup and deserved something more out of the tournament.

  • Verdict on Tata-Mistry battle on July 4

    Mumbai : The city bench of the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) will deliver its judgement on July 4 that may bring the curtains down on the two-year-old bitter feud between Tata Sons and its dismissed chairman Cyrus Mistry.

  • Now, LS MPs can ask just 5 querries a day

    New Delhi : Lok Sabha members can ask only up to five questions per day now from the upcoming session of the House instead of ten allowed till now, said an official release.

  • Will Brazil scale Mexican wall?

    Five-time champions will need to look beyond Neymar if they want to beat Chicharito & Co in the round of 16.

  • Say bye to share certificates: Part-1

    As per a newspaper item, The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has made it mandatory for all classes of investors to convert their shareholding in listed companies into demat format by December this year. The Listing Obligation and Disclosure Requirement   was notified on June 8, 2018 by Sebi proclaiming that any requests for the transfer of stocks shall not be processed unless the securities are held in the demat format.

  • Colombia’s Rodriguez doubtful for England tie

    Kazan : Colombian attacking midfielder James Rodriguez has suffered a right calf injury and is doubtful for their FIFA World Cup pre-quarterfinal against England on Tuesday.

  • India go down fighting against Australia in final

    Breda : India suffered a penalty shootout heartbreak in the Hockey Champions Trophy final for the second consecutive time as they lost 1-3 (1-1) to defending champions Australia here on Sunday.

  • Adani to raise Rs 6,000 cr via stake sale in units

    Mumbai : The Gautam Adani-led Adani Group on Sunday said it plans to raise Rs 5,000-6,000 crore of equity through a combination of primary issuances and secondary monetisation of its stake in some of its subsidiaries.

  • Krunal, Chahar to replace Washington, Bumrah for T20 series against England

    New Delhi : All-rounder Krunal Pandya and medium pacer Deepak Chahar earned their maiden call up in the Indian squad to replace injured Washington Sundar and Jasprit Bumrah for the three-match Twenty20 series against England, starting Tuesday at Manchester.

  • ONGC seeks $8.3 price for CBM gas from West Bengal

    New Delhi : State-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) wants a gas price of at least $8.35 to break even on producing coal-seam gas (CBM) from Raniganj block in West Bengal after part of its acreage was taken away for building of an airstrip.

  • Khade: I knew I wasn’t done with swimming 

    New Delhi : He upstaged an Olympic champion on the comeback trail but one of India’s most accomplished swimmers, Virdhawal Khade, says he had all but “forgotten” how to perform at the big stage owing to the mundanity of a job and injury setbacks.

  • Cos to hike cyber security spend

    NEW DELHI: Companies across sectors may increase their spending on cyber security as a percentage of the overall IT budget as they look to comply with privacy laws and protect organisations against new emerging threats, says a report by consultancy firm EY.