Free Press Journal
  • Indian IT companies on hiring spree fearing a tighter H1-B visa regime under Trump

    Indian Information Technology firm have decided to hire more locals and step up acquisitions in the United States to fight the trend of protectionism which is expected to follow the election of Donald Trump as the country’s President. India’s $150 billion IT companies heavily depends upon the H1-B visa programme, which allows the non-US citizens to work in the country.

  • Billionaire Mukesh Ambani richest Indian for ninth year: Forbes

    Mumbai: With $22.7 billion (Rs 151,477 crore) net worth, Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani is the richest Indian for the ninth consecutive year, American business magazine Forbes India said on Thursday.

  • Paperless dream: DAVV proposes web-based automation system

    Indore : The Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya has proposed web-based management system which it thinks would provide solution to its problems related to staff crunch and make it a paperless institution, a long-pending dream of this university.