Free Press Journal
  • CAD Outsourcing Services  for Global Customers

    The Indian manufacturing, production, and design sector is undergoing a rapid transformation phase with increase in usage of age-old technologies like CAD.  As a result, various automobile, textile, fashion, real estate, and manufacturing companies are keen on hiring skilled design partners with CAD expertise.

  • Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj

    Fire and Smoke of Crime- By Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj ji

    The culture of crime now pervades everywhere and people all over the world are constantly living under the threat of losing their life, property and honour. There is no doubt that literacy and education are spreading but, at the same time, crime also is spreading through educated people who are committing it in more intelligent and sophisticated way. As a result of this, the atmosphere is full of crime and there is

  • Coastal ice on Greenland will melt by 2100

    New York : The glaciers and ice caps that dot the edges of the Greenland coast are not likely to recover from the melting they are experiencing now, new research has found. The study suggests that the melting of Greenland’s coastal ice will raise global sea level by about 1.5 inches by 2100.

  • Cabinet clears decks for merger of SBI and five associate banks

    New Delhi : Seeking to create a global-sized bank, the Cabinet on Wednesday gave the go-ahead to the merger plan of SBI and its five associates, a step aimed at strengthening the banking sector through consolidation of public banks. However, no decision was taken on the proposal to also merge the Bharatiya Mahila Bank with SBI.

  • Give top priority to fight against climate change: UN convention

    Marrakech : Nearly 200 countries called for “highest political commitment” to combat climate change on “urgent priority” at a UN gathering here, noting that global climate is warming at an “alarming and unprecedented” rate, according to PTI.

  • Indore: IIM-I gets AMBA accreditation, joins global b-schools’ club

    Indore: India’s largest IIM in terms of number of students, Indian Institute of Management, Indore has received its first international accreditation from the Association of MBAs (AMBA, a UK-based accreditation agency), for four of its full-time programmes.

  • Sensex sheds 374 points

    Mumbai : Equities started the week on a distinctly weak note after the Sensex tumbled 374 points on Monday — the most in two weeks — tracking global sell-off ahead of the US presidential debate and an OPEC meeting due this week.

  • NIA probe on way, seeks to ID photos of attackers

    New Delhi : The National Investigation Agency (NIA), which formally took over the probe into the Uri attack on Tuesday, is seeking to establish the identities of the attackers and also examining the Global Positioning Systems and other evidence recovered from them, said official sources.

  • Profit booking, key events plunge equity markets

    Mumbai : Profit booking, along with caution ahead of key global and domestic events and negative international indices, plunged the Indian equity markets on Tuesday. Consequently, the key indices provisionally closed the day’s trade deep in the red, as heavy selling was witnessed in automobile, healthcare and banking stocks.  The wider 51-scrip Nifty declined by 45 points or 0.52 per cent to 8,590.65 points. The barometer 30-scrip sensitive index (Sensex) of the BSE,

  • India among 5 nations that will see high under-5 deaths: UN

    United Nations : India, Nigeria, Pakistan, Congo and Angola will account for more than half of global under-five deaths by 2030, according to a UN report which said 69 million children below five will die in the next 14 years unless disadvantaged children are cared for.

  • EU referendum: Soros warns of Brexit threat to pound and jobs

    London: Warning that the pound would plunge “precipitously” if Britain votes to quit the EU, legendary investor George Soros today predicted that the possible impact this time would be “bigger” and “more disruptive” than the 15 % devaluation that occurred in 1992.

  • Sensex logs first fall in three weeks on global cues

    Mumbai: Market registered its first weekly fall in three as the Sensex today ended 128 points lower and the Nifty below the 8,200-mark ahead of key global events, including the US Fed meet and Brexit outcome, and release of IIP data back home.

  • Global Report’s Slavery Slap On India

    NEW DELHI : A new global report claims that as many as 18.3 million Indians live in conditions listed as “modern slavery” in 2016, equivalent to the population of Netherlands, a rise of 4.1 million since 2014. In other words, 5,616 Indians were enslaved every day over these two years.

  • Now, pact for hassle-free entry for Indians into US

    Washington : India and the US have signed an MoU to facilitate hassle-free entry of Indians into America at selected airports by providing speedy security clearances for pre-approved, low-risk travellers from the country.

  • India’s growth curve to accelerate further: Jaitley

    “Notwithstanding an unsupportive global environment, I firmly do believe that India has the potential over the next year or two to improve upon this growth rates and continue to retain its position as the world’s fastest growing economy,” -Arun Jaitley/ Finance Minister (more…)