Free Press Journal
  • 10 Super Foods that Keep You Away from Claiming Health Insurance

    The sedentary lifestyle aids in increasing the everyday diseases at a rapid pace. The growing cost of quality healthcare has made it mandatory to buy health insurance. While health insurance in India offers complete financial coverage during an emergency; by not claiming your insurance for minor emergencies, you can earn added benefits, sometimes a lower premium as well. The more healthy you are, lesser will be

  • Our constant endeavour is to ensure affordable healthcare to every Indian: PM Modi

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said access to medicines is a big concern for the poor and his government’s constant endeavour is to ensure affordable healthcare for every Indian. He was interacting through video conference with beneficiaries of the ‘Pradhan Mantri Bhartiya Janaushadhi Pariyojna (PMBJP)’ and affordable cardiac stents and knee implants.

  • NITI Aayog releases national strategy on Artificial Intelligence, identifies 5 focus areas

    New Delhi: NITI Aayog has identified five sectors — healthcare, agriculture, education, smart cities and infrastructure and transportation — to focus its efforts towards implementation of artificial intelligence (AI) to serve societal needs. The government’s think-tank on Monday unveiled its discussion paper on national strategy on AI which aims to guide research and development in new and emerging technologies.

  • Sensex tanks 188 points to end below 35k-mark

    Mumbai: The BSE Sensex tumbled over 188 points today to close at a one-week low of 34,915.38, extending its slide for the second straight session due to selling in auto, healthcare, metal and FMCG stocks.

  • International Women’s Day 2018! Inspirational journey of Dr Rani Bang from Gadchiroli to UN, for women’s cause

    Dr Rani Bang, who along with her husband, Dr Abhay Bang, was recently awarded the Padma Shri for her immense contribution to medicine, is known for her stellar work in the rural and tribal belt of the Gadchiroli district of Maharashtra. As co-founders of SEARCH, the doctor couple have changed the face of healthcare in what used to be a backward, Naxal-hit part of the state. In this interview with

  • Growth rebounds, comparison with China unrealistic

    India lags behind China on the level of several infrastructure and social development indicators: power, water supply, public transport, roads, literacy rate, life expectancy at birth, healthcare and poverty.

  • Union Budget 2018-19: All that you need to know about it

    The Union Budget 2018-19 has focused majorly on boosting agriculture, affordable housing, infrastructure, healthcare, insurance and education sectors while leaving the basic income tax rates and the slabs unchanged.

  • India harms its demographic dividend

    One would have thought that any government that was keen on improving the lot of its people would have focused on two critical areas – education and healthcare. This would be more crucial when a government constantly talks about improving the demographic dividend that India enjoys.

  • Budget 2018: The spirit is quite willing, but the flesh is terribly weak

    As Budgets go, this budget could mark a watershed. It has all the ingredients India needs. It talks about ways to reduce the time taken for litigation, it seems to address the issue of farmer distress; and it has a genuine concern for improving healthcare. Together they could mark a transformation of the entire country.

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    Sensex creates a record at 34,087, oil stocks jump

    Mumbai: The benchmark Sensex today achieved yet another record by scaling 34,087 on the back of a rally in healthcare, power and oil stocks. Oil prices surged to the highest level since mid-2015, breaching above the USD 60 a barrel, after a pipeline blast in Libya restricted Opec production. The 30-share Sensex was up 76.71 points, or 0.22 per cent, to scale a new high of 34,087.32, breaching its previous intra-day record of

  • Sensex soars 301 points to reclaim 33,000-mark

    Mumbai : The key Indian equity indices on Friday extended gains for the second consecutive session to close on a higher note as positive global cues and a surge in FMCG, healthcare, metal and auto stocks gave a boost to investors’ sentiments.

  • FSC issue opens today

    Future Supply Chain Solutions Ltd (FSC) is one of India’s largest organised third-party logistics service operators. It offers automated and IT-enabled warehousing, distribution and other logistics solutions to a wide range of customers. Company’s service offerings, warehousing infrastructure, pan-India distribution network, “hub-and-spoke” transportation model and automated technology systems support its competitive market position.

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    Nifty hits 9,900 mark, Sensex at new high post Infy results

    Mumbai: The benchmark Nifty today raced past the 9,900 milestone for the first time and the Sensex climbed yet another peak 32,110 as Infosys maintained its 2017-18 revenue growth guidance. IT, healthcare, consumer durables, oil and gas stocks were among the big gainers. Asian cues remained mixed though. The 50-issue Nifty crossed the 9,900 level for the first time by gaining 21.60 points, or 0.21 per cent, to trade at an all-time

  • Indore: ‘Government working hard towards better healthcare to all’

    Dewas: “The government is working hard to ensure better healthcare to every single citizen of the state,” said Dewas MLA Gayatri Raje Puar addressing the gathering ahead of a drama based on thalassemia and its effects on Sunday. Puar said, “Sick financially unstable people are given financial aid for their treatment under the CM’s Sickness Assistance Scheme.”

  • FIPB to consider 8 FDI proposals on April 17

    New Delhi : The Foreign Investment Promotion Board will consider eight foreign direct investment proposals during its next meeting on Apr 17, a finance ministry release said on Monday. The FIPB will take up Vodafone Mobile Services Ltd’s foreign investment proposal, which was deferred during the board’s last meeting on March 29. The board, which is led by Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das, will also consider proposals of Singapore-based Baxter Healthcare (Asia)