Free Press Journal
  • Jobs in US, UK no longer lure Indians: Indeed survey

    Mumbai: There has been a sharp decline among Indians seeking jobs in two top destinations — the United Kingdom by 42 per cent and US by 38 per cent – attributed mainly to the political situations there, a new survey by top global jobs portal Indeed has revealed.

  • Bhopal: Keen to give fair chance to aspirants, IAF extends job rally

    Bhopal: As chaos reigned in Indian Air Force recruitment rally here on Sunday following the failure of the state government to provide basic facilities in organizing the rally, IAF decided to continue with its drive on Monday too as it wanted to give all youths who had come from all across the state, a fair chance to join the forces.

  • Legalise work permits for immigrants

    Hatred against immigrants is not peculiar to India alone. But it is at its peak when economic conditions are harsh, and a local population looks unkindly at people who are perceived to be snatching away jobs from locals. Moreover, the shrill cry against immigrants is a surefire way of winning political support.

  • Nandan Nilekani

    Big data to address problems of jobs, growth, says Nilekani

     Bengaluru : Infosys co-founder and former UIDAI chairman Nandan Nilekani Tuesday swore by big data, saying it will address issues of economic growth and jobs and help small businesses avail of loans that have eluded them so far. “The fact that we are talking of using big data is not just some technical mumbo-jumbo, it is actually creating a cycle of investment and growth for India’s small businesses, which will lead to

  • Cracking down on countries that cheat: US President Trump

    Washington: US President Donald Trump has said his administration has been fighting to bring back manufacturing jobs and crackdown on “countries that cheat”. “From day one, my administration has been fighting to bring back our manufacturing jobs and crackdown on foreign
    countries that cheat. Got a lot of them.  We will end the theft of American prosperity, and we will stand up for our companies, our factories, and our workers,” Trump said at a “Made in

  • Indore: 450 students turn up to grab 200 jobs

    Indore: As many as 450 students from different teaching departments of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) turned up at a job fair organised by the university’s centralised placement cell at Takhshila Campus on Monday.

  • Indore: Textile units to be informed about special package

    Indore: In a bid to create one crore jobs, officials of the Union Textile Ministry and state government will inform about the Rs 6000 crore special package for textile units and garments exporters here on Saturday.

  • Govt cracking down on illegal recruitment agencies for overseas jobs: VK Singh

    Bengaluru : The Centre is coming down “hard” upon illegal recruitment agencies for overseas jobs, especially for the gulf region, Minister of State for External Affairs V K Singh said here on Sunday.  The Minister said the department will be creating a national repository that can be used by foreign employers or officials for verification of educational qualifications of those seeking employment or employed abroad.

  • Amit Shah calls SP, BSP, Cong poisonous snakes

    Etah (UP) : Likening SP, BSP and Congress to “poisonous snakes”, BJP President Amit Shah on Friday said they were “stalling” development of Uttar Pradesh forcing its youths to migrate to other states for menial jobs.

  • Trump meets Nadella, other tech titans

    New York : Pushing his America First agenda, President-elect Donald Trump met with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and 12 other technology titans on Wednesday in a bid to heal rifts and get them on board with his programme of creating more jobs and increasing investments in the US, reports IANS.

  • Disney sued for replacing American workers with Indians

    Washington : A group of former Disney IT employees in the US state of Florida have filed a fresh lawsuit, claiming the company discriminated against them by firing them and giving their jobs to Indian workers brought to the country on H-1B visas.