Free Press Journal
  • Ailing Sharif to be hospitalized

    Punjab Minister decides to shift ex-PM to hospital as doctors say his blood reports show clotting, an alarming sign considering his medical history.

  • PM launches Rs 60k cr projects for Yogi’s UP

    Lucknow : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday launched 81 investment projects worth over Rs 60,000 crore for Uttar Pradesh at a mega ground-breaking event.

  • Good governance is our birth right and we’ll have it: Modi

    New Delhi : After call for self-rule, it is time to ask for good governance, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday. Referring to the slogan ‘swaraj (self-rule) is my birth right and I shall have it’ given by freedom fighter Bal Gangadhar Tilak, he said, “Today is the time to say that good governance is our birth right and we will have it…”

  • RIL looks to borrow $2.7 b in forex loans to repay debt

    Mumbai : The cash-rich Reliance Industries (RIL), which also is one of the biggest forex loan borrowers in the country, is set to tap the foreign debt market to raise $2.7 billion to refinance its existing high cost debt. As of the June 2018 quarter, the Mukesh Ambani-led company had an outstanding debt of Rs 2,42,116 crore, which rose from Rs 2,18,763 crore from March 2018, while cash in hand marginally rose

  • Panel set up to fix stressed thermal power asset mess

    New Delhi : Asserting that the stressed thermal power assets are a cause of concern for the country, the government on Sunday decided to set up a high-level empowered panel under Cabinet Secretary to resolve the issues and revive such assets.

  • Army on standby for Brexit chaos

    Troops will deliver food, medicine and fuel if Britain crashes out of EU without a deal as supermarkets issue warning to stockpile essential items.

  • Courts need to pass reasoned orders: SC

    The order would enable the parties involved in the litigation to understand as to “why one party has won and other has lost”.

  • Myanmar floods kill over 10 and 54,000 people moved to camps

    Bago : Surging floodwaters have killed at least 10 people and forced tens of thousands from their homes across swathes of Myanmar, a government official said on Sunday as more heavy monsoon rain battered the region. Vast areas of farmland were submerged by muddy water stretching to the horizon, with only the rooftops of houses visible. Some stranded people were pluck­ed from the churning waters by rescuers in boats, while volunteers used

  • Crime in UP set to be 2019 Lok Sabha election issue

    Lucknow : With the Lok Sabha polls just months away, the law and order situation in Uttar Pradesh is set be a key election issue for both the ruling BJP and the opposition in the state.

  • Suzlon plans overseas market re-entry

    Mumbai : On the verge of coming out of the crippling financial crisis created by its over dependence on overseas market, leading wind turbine manufacturer Suzlon is planning to re-enter international markets, a senior company official has said.

  • Essel to invest Rs 1,750-cr to boost EV charging infra

    New Delhi: Essel Infraprojects on Sunday said it is planning to invest Rs 1,750 crore in phased manner to set up electric vehicle (EV) charging and battery swapping infrastructure. “In a massive boost to the EV segment in the country, Essel Infraprojects, (EIL) an enterprise of Subhash Chandra-led Essel Group, launches its EV Charging and Battery Swapping Infrastructure initiative under Essel Green Mobility in Lucknow on Sunday,” the company said. Under the

  • Have achhe din come? Most will say ‘no’: Tharoor

    New Delhi: The Congress is raising real issues such as farmers plight, while the BJP is ‘seizing’ on anything to promote its ‘polarisation agenda’ as it has no achievements to show, senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor said on Sunday, asserting that the saffron party’s ‘achche din’ promise remains unfulfilled.

  • Will make a new J’khand by 2022: CM

     Ranchi : Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das said that his government will make a new Jharkhand by 2022. Speaking at the inaugural function of Shravani Mela Festival at Basukinath Dham, he said that Baba Faujdari Nath give so much power that Jharkhand become prosperous state.

  • Tatas reopen Bombay House after renovation

    Mumbai : The Tata Group re-opened Bombay House, its headquarters in Mumbai, after a 9-month-long restoration process on Sunday, which also marked the 114th birth anniversary of its Former Chairman, JRD Tata.