Free Press Journal
  • Sebi probing into sharing of listed firms information on social media

    New Delhi : Markets regulator Sebi will look into the complaints of some individuals allegedly circulating key financial details and other information about listed companies on social media groups before they are made public, an official said.

  • Sebi attaches bank, demat, MF accounts of Mallya’s UBHL

    New Delhi : Markets regulator the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has ordered attachment of bank accounts as well as share and mutual fund holdings of defaulter businessman Vijay Mallya-led United Breweries (Holding) Ltd to recover dues totalling Rs 18.5 lakh.

  • IT department conducts searches on NSE brokers

    New Delhi : The income-tax department has conducted searches on two NSE-linked brokers in connection with its tax evasion probe against entities and individuals said to be involved in the high-profile co-location case.

  • ICICI Bank to offer small instant credit to Paytm users

    Mumbai: Largest private sector lender ICICI Bank will offer short-term instant credit to its existing customers who want to make purchases worth up to Rs 20,000 through digital payments leader Paytm.

  • Inflation may ease by December: Rangarajan

    Hyderabad: Former RBI Governor C Rangarajan today said the inflation, which rose to 3.58 per cent in October, may ease by December and end up below 4 per cent by the end of the current fiscal.

  • Infosys to train employees in self-driving car engineering

    Bengaluru, IT major Infosys on Thursday announced plan to train its employees in self-driving car engineering technology in partnership with online learning company Udacity. The programme, known as Udacity Connect, a combined in-person and online training offering, will give Infosys employees the skills needed as the company continues to focus on autonomous technology across a range of industries, including automotive, manufacturing and mining, the IT major said in a statement.

  • Ambanis top Forbes list of Asia’s richest families, pip Lees

    New Delhi, India’s Mukesh Ambani family is the richest in Asia as its net worth rose USD 19 billion to USD 44.8 billion, toppling the Lees of the Samsung empire, to claim the numero uno position, Forbes said. Despite dropping to the second spot, Korea’s Lee family still saw its wealth soar by USD 11.2 billion to USD 40.8 billion this year as shares of Samsung Electronics moved up 75 per cent

  • Sensex opens in green on value-buying, climbs 164 points

    Mumbai: The benchmark Sensex opened in the green by rising 164 points today, buoyed by value-buying in select blue-chips at a time of firm Asian cues. The 30-share BSE index was up 163.80 points, or 0.49 per cent, at 32,924.24. Also, the NSE Nifty rose by 50.85 points, or 0.50 per cent, to 10,168.90. All sectoral indices, including capital goods, oil and gas, consumer durables and healthcare, advanced by up to 0.60

  • The CSR Journal Excellence Awards 2017 concludes

    Mumbai : The best Corporate and Citizen Social Responsibility projects initiated by corporate houses and NGOs in India, were honoured at the recently concluded ‘The CSR Journal Excellence Awards 2017’. Maharashtra Chief Minister, Devendra Fadnavis was the chief guest and special guests were Sudhir Mungantiwar, Minister of Finance and Planning and Forests departments, Government of Maharashtra and Kripashakar Singh, Ex- Minister of state in Maharashtra, for the awards.

  • Eating out and items of daily use get cheaper on lower GST

    As many as 178 items of daily use were shifted from the top tax bracket of 28% to 18% , while a uniform 5% tax was prescribed for all restaurants, both air- conditioned and non-AC. Earlier AC restaurants attracted 18% GST, while non-AC ones levied 12%.