Free Press Journal
  • FPJ- HEF Forum: Management education-The way ahead

    Management education has been sought after by students for decades. Now, when it is available to a much wider cross section of applicants, there are issues that need to be looked into at various levels. To discuss this, The Free Press Journal and Higher Education Forum (HEF) conducted a round table on ‘Management Education: Challenges and Way Forward’ with representatives from academic institutions as well as the industry at the Taj Lands

  • Using Israel’s best for India’s agriculture future

    The Free Press Journal interviewed Randhir Chauhan, MD of Netafim, the largest Israeli company in India in the non-defence space. Since all its manufacturing is in India, it does not show up as Israel’s exports. Chauhan spoke on Netafim’s journey and achievements in India.

  • Indo-Israeli relations: Moving into the next higher orbit

    The Republic of India and the State of Israel enjoy an extensive economic, military and strategic relationship. India is the largest buyer of Israeli military equipment and Israel is the second-largest defence supplier to India after Russia.

  • Indore: 25 enthusiasts from city pedal to Bercha lake to encourage cycling

    Indore : Bringing awareness about cycling for saving the earth, more than 25 cyclists from Indore pedalled to Bercha lake, Mhow celebrating ‘Earth Day’ post annual celebration day on April 22. Promoting cycling for environment by quoting its benefits for health, the cyclists were able to gather attention of residents on the way.
    Accomplishing their objective of encouraging cycling, they also brought in light natural beauty of lakes, which needs to be conserved.

  • Another boost to defence ties between India and South Korea

    New Delhi: Anil Ambani group firm Reliance Defence Limited (RDL) has entered into a strategic partnership with a South Korean defence major to jointly manufacture military hardware for India’s armed forces.

  • India and its neighbours- South Korea means business

    Starting today, Free Press Journal is beginning a special segment, ‘India and its neighbours’, through which we will look at the country’s business relationships with neighbouring nations, history behind the alliance as well as the future prospects. We begin by taking an in-depth look at trade associations between India and South Korea

  • Two Ds of India: Demonetisation & Digitisation

    Free Press Journal (FPJ) along with the Indo-American Chamber of Commerce (IACC) organised a panel discussion on the impact of the Budget in specific contexts. Panelists were (in alphabetical order) Ketan Dalal, Member, India Leadership Team, PWC; Abizer Diwanji, Senior Partner, EY India; Lalit Kanodia, Past President, IACC and Chairman Datamatics Global Services; Jairaj  Purandare, Founder Chairman, JMP Advisors; Pradeep Rath, Senior Economist, CIDCO; and Aditya Srinivas, COO and Chief Economist, BSE Brokers’ Forum. The

  • Women’s Day Special – Let’s talk women empowerment!

    Women’s empowerment is more than a social need. It is an imperative for half of the population, a driver of economic growth and a potential curb to crime. On the occasion of Women’s Day, The Free Press Journal and Indo American Chamber of Commerce (IACC) organised a panel discussion on ‘Women Empowerment’. IACC office bearers Madhulika Gupta and N V Srinivasan delivered the opening and closing speeches, respectively.

  • Two Ds of India: Demonetisation & Digitisation

    Free Press Journal (FPJ) along with the Indo-American Chamber of Commerce (IACC) organised a panel discussion on the impact of the Budget in specific contexts. Panelists were (in alphabetical order) Ketan Dalal, Member, India Leadership Team, PWC; Abizer Diwanji, Senior Partner, EY India; Lalit Kanodia, Past President, IACC and Chairman Datamatics Global Services; Jairaj  Purandare, Founder Chairman, JMP Advisors; Pradeep Rath, Senior Economist, CIDCO; and Aditya Srinivas, COO

  • Tale of Hybrid India: Kirana store approach in digital world

    2016 was a watershed year for Indian retail, in the sense that the online retail growth which had been on the juggernaut scale for the past five years, suddenly slowed down as reality of cash generation caught up with it. At the same time, the importance of online as a platform to connect to customers did not diminished. In fact, it is no longer an option because the consumer by himself/ herself