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  • Niranjan Hiranandani: For affordable homes, MMR region is more happening than Mumbai

    Amidst friends and well-wishers, Niranjan Hiranandani, the founder and MD of Hiranandani group, delivered a speech that painted a futuristic, liveable Mumbai. Despite all the trouble the city is facing as it undergoes a makeover, he believes it is all for Mumbai’s better future. Hiranandani, spoke to Free Press Journal’s Jescilia Karayamparambil on the sidelines of ‘A Speaker Series’ organised by Rotary Club of Bombay on the revamp of Mumbai. Apart from

  • Tata Power CEO and MD Praveer Sinha: We are doing a huge amount of R&D in micro-grids

    Praveer Sinha, the newly-appointed CEO and MD of Tata Power, India’s largest integrated power company, is embarking on new business models to boost the company’s market share. Sinha, who was CEO and MD of Tata Power Delhi Distribution (Tata Power-DDL) before assuming this position, has been involved in a variety of activities which include setting up of greenfield and brownfield projects. In an interaction with Free Press Journal’s R N Bhaskar and

  • HFFC CEO Manoj Viswanathan looks back at how affordable housing became the buzzword

    Mumbai-based Home First Finance Company (HFFC) is planning to increase not just its customer base but also expand into addition 15 cities. This ambition is driven by the existing schemes of things in the housing space. In a conversation with Pankaj Joshi, the CEO of the company, Manoj Viswanathan talks about his 2020-21 plan.

  • Rotary Club of Bombay (RCB) turns 90: President Ramesh Narayan looks back and forth

    he club is the oldest and one of prominent institution in Mumbai. The members of the club have initiated many social service projects. Now  is the time for celebration for the Rotary Club of Bombay (RCB) which is turning 90 tomorrow (March 19). Ramesh Narayan, President, Rotary Club of Bombay talks about its journey, projects and the way ahead. Excerpts from the interview…

  • National Gallery of Modern Art celebrates Manu Parekh

    Manu Parekh’s retrospective with over 150 works is in progressat the NGMA Mumbai. Organized by Tarana Khubchandani of Gallery Art and Soul, 60 years of his selected works reflecting his evolving life …Parekh exploring rituals, the Bhagalpur blindings, the city of Varanasi, and the ‘heads’ of characters in Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper, are tastefully exhibited at the multi-level NGMA building.

  • Argentina’s G20 Sherpa, Pedro Villagra Delgado: Women’s empowerment needed for care system to scale up’

    The G20 group of nations, currently presided over by Argentina, has been among the opinion leaders in global matters. Argentina’s 2030 agenda for sustainable development which was adopted by the UN General Assembly, sets clear targets for different socio-economic concerns. The Free Press Journal connected with Argentina’s G20 Sherpa, Pedro Villagra Delgado who was in Mumbai recently to attend the Geoconomic Dialogue conference, to know the action areas

  • Chef Narayan Salunke loves spices and believes in experimenting with them

    Chef Narayan Salunke loves spices and believes in experimenting with them

    Chef Narayan Salunke, who has an experience of over 15 years, is accountable for overall success of kitchen operations while exhibiting culinary talents and leading the staff while managing all food related functions. Food for him is all about authenticity and flavours of spices, freshness of ingredients, natural and organic produce from the local markets. For him flavours and colours love each other. Presenting the authentic cuisine across the entire