Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai: EMA accepts USV’s application for biosimilar pegfilgrastim

    Mumbai: The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has accepted the review of Mumbai-based pharmaceutical company USV Pvt. Ltd’s marketing application for biosimilar pegfilgrastim. The product is a biosimilar to Amgen Inc.’s chemotherapy drug Neulasta. Pegfilgrastim is administered to patients with certain kinds of cancer to accelerate recovery from chemotherapy treatment. It is also used to boost the white blood cells in the cancer patients.

  • Governor of Maharashtra amends Food Security Act for Scheduled Areas

    Mumbai: The Governor of Maharashtra, Ch. Vidyasagar Rao, has amended the National Food Security Act, 2013, in its application to the Scheduled Areas of the State to improve the nutrition status of children below six years, pregnant women and lactating mothers.

  • New Vitual Reality system lets you ‘feel’ rain

    Washington: Disney Research has developed a 360-degree virtual reality application using a unique chair to provide full body sensations that enables users to add customisable “feel effects” such as falling rain or a beating heart, says PTI.

  • Professional Examination Board to follow MPPSC exam system

    Bhopal: The Professional Examination Board (PEB) is going to conduct a uniform exam for various posts in the coming future. The candidates will have to fill only a single application form to take exam of many posts.

  • HC defers Bhujbal’s bail plea till June 8

    Mumbai: A vacation bench of Bombay High Court on Friday deferred the hearing on the bail application moved by former deputy chief minister Chhagan Bhujbal who is currently in judicial custody for his alleged role in the Rs 800 crore money laundering case.

  • MLA rape case: court reserves order on bail plea till May 18

    Panaji: A local court on Monday  extended by two days the police custody of Goa legislator Atanasio Monserratte who has been accused of buying and raping a minor girl and reserved until Wednesday its order on his bail application.

  • Money laundering: PMLA court rejects Bhujbal’s bail plea

    Mumbai : Despite the several ‘chronic’ ailments cited by senior NCP leader Chhagan Bhujbal for seeking bail, the special Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) court on Friday rejected his bail application.

  • No bail for the 6 accused behind Deonar dump fire

    Mumbai : Observing that the investigations are in its initial stage, a sessions court of Mumbai, rejected the bail application filed by six accused out of the total 29 arrested in connection with the Deonar dumping ground fire which resulted in health issues for thousands of people across the city.

  • Counsel seeks bail for Peter at second hearing

    Mumbai : Urging the court to grant bail to former media baron Peter Mukerjea as he is not a criminal and that the Central Bureau of Investigations (CBI) has no substantial evidence against him, senior counsel Abad Ponda on Tuesday completed his arguments over Mukerjea’s bail application. This is the second time that the special CBI court is hearing Mukerjea’s bail application. Ponda, while arguing on the third day, informed the court that

  • Single-brand retail: Apple resubmits proposal

    New Delhi : iPhone and iPad maker Apple has resubmitted its application for opening single-brand retail stores in the country as there were certain gaps in its earlier proposal, reports PTI.

  • Govt panel on companies law change moots easier private placement norms

    New Delhi :  10-member committee to propose changes to companies law has suggested simplifying the process for private placement of securities by doing away with the offer latter and making disclosures in the application form itself.
    The government-appointed committee also recommended that instead of having a special resolution passed by the shareholders, an ordinary resolution may be passed for managerial remuneration in some cases. These include cases where the managerial person was not a

  • Samsung to strengthen their foldable smartphone patent

    New York : South Korean electronics giant Samsung got a patent application published by the US Patent and Trademark Office related to foldable phones that may have features like a hologram and a projector, reports IANS.

  • Now, app to detox you from smartphone addiction

    Seoul: Are you addicted to your smartphone? A new application developed by scientists in Korea can help restrain you from using the device during meetings, conferences or social gatherings. As smartphones penetrate every facet of our daily lives, a growing number of people have expressed concern about distractions or even the addictions they suffer from overusing smartphones, researchers said.

  • Mobile app for e-filing of returns launched

    New Delhi : Income tax returns e-filing website ClearTax said it has launched mobile application ‘TaxCloud’ to make the process of e-filing of returns more easier.  “ClearTax recently launched the TaxCloud mobile application for CA firms. The tax cloud platform hits a key milestone of over 10,000 CA firms across India this November,” ClearTax said in a statement today.  With the application, CAs will have the convenience of accessing the filing status of

  • CM Virbhadra withdraws plea for FIR copy in DA case

    New Delhi : Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh on Wednesday withdrew from a Delhi court his plea seeking a copy of FIR lodged against him in an alleged disproportionate assets case. Special CBI Judge S C Rajan allowed Virbhadra Singh to withdraw his plea after his counsel said they are not pressing their application.