Free Press Journal
  • 329 ambulances to hit Jharkhand streets before March

    Mumbai : Reviewing 108 ambulance facility and CM health insurance scheme, Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das said that reducing death rate and providing treatment to all is the state government’s priority.  He also stated that 329 ambulances will hit the road before March.

  • Big challenges offer great opportunities: SAIL chief

    New Delhi : Big challenges offer great opportunities, said Steel Authority of India Ltd. (SAIL), Chairman P K Singh. He also spoke about the new mantra while interacting with the Company’s entire marketing team and employees of local SAIL units at Kolkata.

  • Corporate hiring to be slow till fiscal-end, says Assocham

    New Delhi : Despite Moody’s sovereign rating upgrade, hiring by the private sector is expected to stay muted till the end of the current fiscal as corporate India is busy trimming balance sheets and rationalising costs, according to industry chamber Assocham.

  • Moody’s India upgrade Will continue reforms:FM

    New Delhi : Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday termed Moody’s upgrading India’s sovereign rating after 13 years as “belated recognition” of reforms undertaken, saying that the reform agenda will continue with emphasis on higher spending on infrastructure and in rural areas.

  • Time to look beyond borders: Senior official to MSMEs

    Mumbai : Trade has become an absolute necessity, stated Arun Kumar Panda, Secretary, Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSME), at the World Trade Expo 2017. He added that it is critical for MSMEs to make their presence felt in various platforms and the ministry is helping them achieve it.

  • Rating upgrade certifies reforms are in right direction: Tyagi

    Mumbai : Terming Moody’s much-awaited sovereign ratings upgrade as “positive inflection point”, Sebi chairman Ajay Tyagi said it is an acknowledgement that the reform measures being taken by government are in the right direction.

  • Suzuki, Toyoto plan E-vehicles in India

    The company is already in the process of setting up a battery manufacturing unit at its Gujarat plant for electric and hybrid cars by 2020, under a joint venture with Toshiba,  Denso

  • New manpower for boring machines

    New Delhi: Newer technologies have not only helped address India’s infrastructure issues but also helped in many other domains, said Union Minister for Transport, Nitin Gadkari, while inaugurating a School of Subsurface Engineering by MIT World Peace University (MIT-WPU).