Free Press Journal
  • 2013 Mumbra building collapse: Trial awaits TMC officer, corporator

    Mumbai: Nearly five years after 76 innocents were crushed to death in a seven storey building which had collapsed – Lucky Compound in Mumbra — the Bombay High Court on Tuesday refused to discharge a senior civic official of Thane Municipal Corporation and a then sitting corporator.

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    Ashtottara Shatanamavali of Lord Ganesha: 108 names of Ganpati with mantra

    Lord Ganesha is considered the most powerful of all gods and goddesses. He has ascribed many title sand epithets. He is also known as the Lord of Beginnings and Remover of Obstacles. He is worshipped on many religious and secular occasions, especially at the beginning of ventures such as buying a vehicle or starting a venture. He is depicted as a pot-bellied with four arms and an elephant head, riding on a

  • Philophonetics – Counselling 1

    The name Philophonetics was coined in 1986. The literal meaning of the word is the ‘love of sounds’. Its broad meaning, however, is the ‘conscious relationship to one’s experience through Sensing, Movement, Visualizations and Sounds of human speech’.

  • Rahul, Pant’s gutsy effort in vain

  • Rupee touches fresh record low of 72.69

    Mumbai : The embattled rupee plummeted 24 paise against the US dollar to end at a new record low of 72.69, due to a rebound in crude oil prices and capital outflows amid intensifying global trade war concerns. The rupee had a positive start and touched a high of 72.25 versus the dollar in early morning deals. But, it suddenly collapsed to hit a fresh record low of 72.74. However, the swift

  • Modi’s personal culpability in Rafale scam: Shourie, Sinha

    New Delhi : Alleging Narendra Modi’s “personal culpability” in the Rafale jet purchases, former BJP Ministers Yashwant Sinha and Arun Shourie on Tuesday accused the Prime Minister of “compromising national security” by unilaterally finalising the deal, shunning every rule of military procurement.

  • US threatens sanctions against ICC

    Washington: US National Security Adviser John Bolton has announced that the US will use “any means necessary” to protect its citizens and allies from prosecution by the International Criminal Court (ICC).

  • Sebi pitches for bigger, cleaner, safer markets

    Mumbai : Market regulator Sebi on Tuesday called for bigger, cleaner and safer markets and enhancing the overall governance standards in the market for issuers, intermediaries or market infrastructure providers.

  • China rejects report of Pak’s renegotiation on CPEC

    On September 10, Pakistani Commerce Ministry issued a statement that remarks cited by Financial Times were out of context and distorted its original meaning. The Pakistan side refused to recognise this report , Geng Shuang, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson.

  • I’ve learnt how to bowl in away series: Mohammed Shami

    London : Indian speedster Mohammed Shami says he watched videos of rival pacers Stuart Broad and James Anderson to understand how to exploit English conditions and has learnt to make an impact while bowling in away series.

  • PIL in HC against rising fuel prices

    NEW DELHI: As the nation reels under the impact of rising fuel prices, a PIL was moved in the Delhi High Court on Tuesday against the daily change in the rates of petrol and diesel in the country.

  • Uniform valuation system in offing for corp bonds

    MUMBAI: The Sebi on Tuesday said there is a need for the financial sector to follow one system of valuation for corporate bonds to enhance participation and liquidity in the market. “We cannot have a dichotomous valuation system for corporate bonds,” G. Mahalingam, wholetime member at Sebi, said at an event organised by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry. Currently, different sectors follow different conventions and practices to value

  • Hurricane Florence: A million asked to flee

    Charleston : Powerful Hurricane Florence was tracking towards the US East Coast Tuesday, prompting authorities to order upwards of one million people to evacuate the path of the extremely dangerous storm forecasters said could soon intensify.