Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Job of hundreds of govt teachers in jeopardy

    Indore : Job of hundreds of government college teachers is in jeopardy as Department of Higher Education (DHE) has signalled at terminate their services following an order by Madhya Pradesh High Court.

  • Bhopal: GST will create job opportunities: CAs

    Bhopal: India has now a single tax system which came into force on July 1 in the form of Goods and Service Tax (GST). Though the complexities of this new tax regime have baffled many, it is seen as an opportunity for job creation in new sector by a few.

  • Trump taps retired general John Kelly for homeland security chief

    New York : Donald Trump announced on Monday he will nominate retired general John Kelly to head the Department of Homeland Security, the third ex-military man tapped for a top job in his presidential administration.

  • Women candidates more employable than male counterparts: India skills report

    New Delhi : The last year under the Modi Government has seen lot of initiatives in the space of skilling, job creation and most importantly in terms to linking skilling to jobs and taking steps to bridge the gap between talent supply and demand, repoprts ANI. While it is too early to predict the results of these initiatives, this focus from the top is showing some early positive signs. At least the results

  • ‘Sports Naukri’

    New Delhi : An Indian company working in health and fitness sector named KOOH Sports has launched ‘Sports Naukri’ a unique and comprehensive job portal that would help sports enthusiasts to secure their dream sports job.

  • NaMo continues to be most popular

    NEW DELHI : Prime Minister Modi continues to be the first choice of the nation for the top job, cruising comfortably in the middle of his term and recovering from a dip in his popularity last year, according to the latest Mood of the Nation survey released by India Today.

  • RSS defends Modi’s recent Attack on cow vigilantes

    New Delhi : The RSS on Wednesday defended Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s attack on cow vigilantes saying he only alerted about the perils while carrying out a ‘noble’ job and that one should not act in an evil way while serving the cause. In response to a question on PM’s attack on cow vigilantes, senior RSS functionary Indresh Kumar said no one can break the will of those serving the cow.

  • Factory growth at 4-month high: PMI

    New Delhi : Manufacturing sector grew at its fastest pace in four months in July on surge in new orders, though job market remained muted and inflationary pressure was subdued — leaving room for RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan to cut rates as a parting gift, a monthly PMI survey showed on Monday. The Nikkei Markit India Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) – a composite indicator of manufacturing performance – rose to 51.8 in

  • ‘Backward’ Tragedy

    A Kerala Syrian Christian girl had to represent herself as coming from a Backward Community in order to get a job. There are of course thousands of enterprising men and women who do this successfully and who, consequently, have become the stoutest supporters of the Government’s policy of discrimination in favour of the so-called Backward Classes. But the Kerala girl’s tale is poignant in that she did not have the sharpness to

  • EU’s top court backs Muslim headscarf ban                

    Luxembourg :  A senior adviser to the European Court of Justice says a European Union business may legitimately prohibit an employee from wearing a Muslim headscarf on the job, provided the ban is based on a general company rule prohibiting visible political or religious symbols in the workplace, and not on prejudice against a particular religion, reports AP.

  • One third of female medicos in US face sexual harassment

    Washington : A third of female doctors in the US face sexual harassment on the job, a new study of high-achieving physician-scientists led by an Indian-origin researcher has found, reports PTI.

  • Brendon McCullum

    Job comes first as McCullum prepares to bow out

    Christchurch: It was job first and retirement talk second for Brendon McCullum today on the eve of the final Test against Australia starting tomorrow, with his focus firmly on a series-saving win and not his international swansong.

  • Bayside Banter

    A kaleidoscope of men, matters & moments that make the madness & magic of Mumbai (more…)