Free Press Journal
  • India Inc hails RBI status quo

    MSME sector gets relief, customer grievance mechanism for NBFCs to be launched soon

  • Hospitality industry feels dejected this budget

    The hospitality industry feels dejected and is extremely disappointed with the Union Budget. Tourism contributes 7.5 per cent to India’s overall GDP and hospitality is the backbone of tourism. Hospitality is the single biggest contributor to India’s tourism GDP and its growth or decline or stagnancy directly reflects on the health of tourism in the country.

  • A meaningful address by President Kovind

    It is customary for the President to address the nation on the eve of the Republic Day. Though on this occasion, the address is not expected to be vetted, most presidents do refer the speech to the government. The Cabinet formally gives its nod before it is recorded by the President. (The President’s address to a joint session of the Parliament at the start of the budget session is however provided by

  • Maharashtra, eknath khadse, BJP, NCP, Eknath Khadse rubbishes rumours about joining NCP, Nationalist Congress Party, Nawab Malik

    Eknath Khadse is welcome to join Congress: Ashok Chavan

    Mumbai: After Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), Ashok Chavan, president of Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) has invited Eknath Khadse, senior leader of Bharatiya Janata Party to join Congress.

  • India facing possible mental health epidemic, warns President

    Bengaluru : President Ram Nath Kovind on Saturday said India was facing a possible “mental health epidemic” and stressed the need for providing access to treatment facilities to those suffering from mental disorders by 2022.

  • Prez, VP continue to get less salary than top babus, chiefs

    After the implementation of the 7th Pay Commission’s awards on January 1, 2016, the Cabinet Secretary, who is the top-most bureaucrat in the country, gets Rs 2.5 lakh per month and a Secretary in the Union government draws Rs 2.25 lakh per month.

  • No notice for winter session of Parliament

    New Delhi : Parliament’s winter session appears to be off though tentatively planned from November 21. The notice for a session has to be given at least two weeks in advance and the President has not issued any notice so far calling the session.

  • Brentwood India expects revenue to be over $20mn in next 5 years

    Mumbai : In last four years, Brentwood India— a cooling technology provider, invested Rs USD 15 million in India. Now, the company expects to grow its business to over USD 20 million in next five years’ time.

  • Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani to arrive in India tomorrow

    New Delhi: Afghanistan’s President, Mohammad Ashraf Ghani will arrive in India tomorrow. President, Ghani, who will be in India for a one-day official visit will build upon the recent high level bilateral exchanges between the two countries.

  • Spanish government to hold meeting over situation in Catalonia

    Madrid: The Spanish government will meet on Wednesday due to the extraordinary situation created on Tuesday after President of the regional government of Catalonia, Carles Puigdemont, said the effects of the declaration of independence will be suspended to open a period of dialogue.

  • Manufacturing jobs coming back to US: Donald Trump

    Washington: The manufacturing jobs are coming back to America, President Donald Trump has said, asserting that his administration has already created tens of thousands of new jobs and is working to improve US’ business climate.

  • Donald Trump appoints Indian-American on key position in White House

    Washington: US President Donald Trump has appointed Indian-American Raj Shah to a key position in his communications team, the White House says. Trump also appointed his confidant Hope Hicks as his Communications Director, officials say.

  • Maharashtra: After president and sarpanch, people to elect mayor now

    Mumbai: After successfully grabbing power in Municipal Councils through direct election of president, the state government is considering holding direct polls for the mayor’s post in ‘C’ and ‘D’ category municipal corporations.

  • Rotary Club of Bombay’s Bhavishya Yaan turns 8

    Mumbai : Bhavisya Yaan, the widely acclaimed student enrichment program run by the Rotary Club of Bombay in five Municipal schools directly, turned eight on August 4, 2017.