Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai University misses third deadline for declaration of results

    Mumbai: In yet another failed attempt, the Mumbai University (MU) has repeatedly failed to declare its results on Tuesday. After already missing two deadlines, the university has now missed its third deadline of August 15 with over 140 results yet to be announced. The university would take another 10 to 15 days to announce these results as per sources.

  • MPC members to get Rs1.5 lakh per meet, disclose assets every year

    New Delhi : The government appointees on the powerful Monetary Policy Committee will be paid Rs 1.5 lakh per meeting along with air travel and other reimbursements, but will need to observe a “silent period” seven days before and after the rate decision for “utmost confidentiality”.

  • Enlightening MSMEs on new era financing

    Although the Indian Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) form the backbone of the national economy, the sector is facing many challenges. Smooth flow of capital will be a big boost to their path of progress…

  • AAP hurls allegations at Mumbai BJP chief

    AAP leader Priti Sharma Menon told reporters that though she approached the anti-graft agencies seeking probe against Ashish Shelar they had refrained from initiating any inquiry.

  • Adityanath slams opposition for pandemonium in assembly

    Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Friday slammed the opposition’s behaviour in the assembly as he responded to their charges on the law and order in the state.

  • Pandemonium in UP Assembly, paper missiles thrown at Governor

    Lucknow: The first sitting of the 17th Uttar Pradesh Assembly witnessed unruly scenes and pandemonium on Monday with the opposition disrupting proceedings and throwing paper missiles at Governor Ram Naik.

  • Chidambaram calls for Governor’s rule in Kashmir

    New Delhi: Former union home minister and senior Congress leader P Chidambaram on Saturday called for Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti to break coalition with the BJP and let the Governor’s rule be imposed in the state to save it from the deteriorating law and order. “The honourable course for honourable CM of J&K is to snap the coalition with BJP and make peace with the people,” tweeted Chidambaram, adding

  • Mehbooba to meet Modi as threat of guv rule looms

    Jammu/Srinagar : As the war of attrition between allies BJP and PDP over the handling of the situation in Kashmir heats up, is the troubled state heading for another spell of Governor’s rule?

  • After bypoll win, Farooq demands Governor’s rule

    Srinagar : National Conference Chief Farooq Abdullah, after winning the Srinagar by-polls on Saturday, accused the People’s Democratic Party’s (PDP) of failing to protect the people of the state and demanded Governor’s rule to be imposed in Jammu and Kashmir.

  • RBI Parliament panel to summon Urjit Patel again over old notes

    New Delhi: A Parliamentary panel has decided to summon Reserve Bank Governor Urjit Patel again to explain how much of the junked currency has been deposited in banks post note ban and the progress made in remonetisation.

  • Bhopal: After LoP & CJ, state may get fulltime governor after Budget Session

    BHOPAL: ‘Acting’ top functionaries are being replaced with fulltime ones in the state. After appointment of Ajay Singh as Leader of Opposition in the Vidhan Sabha in February-end,  Justice Hemant Gupta will take over as the new Chief Justice of the Jabalpur High Court on Saturday.

  • Mahrashtra State Budget focus on farmers and city care

    Mumbai: The Devendra Fadnavis-led BJP government has given a clear indication through the Governor’s speech on Monday that the state budget will be pro-farmer and will also focus on the infrastructure development of Mumbai city.

  • Bhopal: Sarang blackmailer, says Singh; Chouhan terms it frustration

    BHOPAL: The discussion on the motion of thanks on Governor’s address witnessed a war of words between chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Leader of Opposition Ajay Singh. Ajay Singh branded co-operatives minister Vishwas Sarang as a blackmailer. He leveled other allegations against him too. Chouhan said that baseless charges were born out of Singh’s frustration.

  • Bhopal: Governor sings paeans to Narendra Modi

    BHOPAL: The budget session of state Assembly commenced with Governor Omprakash Kohli’s address here on Tuesday. The Governor’s address was brimming with fulsome praises for the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The address mentioned Jan-Dhan Yojana, Make in India, Startup India, launched by Modi. It was also mentioned that digital economy, Smart City and housing for all, are amongst priorities of the state government.

  • Bhopal: Assembly budget session from today

    BHOPAL: The budget session of the state Assembly would commence on Tuesday with the Governor’s address. The 39-day budget session will have 22 sittings and will conclude on March 31. Illegal mining across the state, Katni Hawala scam and BJP leaders being caught in the ISI spy ring will be raised by Congress party. Information about 5931 questions in the House has been received. Information about 105 call attention motion, 17 adjournment

  • Shurhozelie elected leader, all set to be next Nagaland CM

    Kohima : Naga People’s Front (NPF) leader Shurhozelie Liezietsu was on Monday elected the new legislature party leader of the ruling Democratic Alliance to be the new Nagaland Chief Minister.

  • Remonetisation process almost complete, asserts Jaitley

    Ranchi : The remonetisation situation with regard to replenishing the scrapped currency is “almost normal” now and the Reserve Bank is monitoring the supply on a daily basis, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Thursday.

  • BJP trying to fish in troubled waters of Tamil Nadu: Cong

    New Delhi : BJP is trying to fish in troubled waters of Tamil Nadu “unconstitutionally” and instructing the Governor to not go to the state, Congress on Wednesday alleged and asked the Centre to stay off the issue.