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In this issue
April 05, 2022
India factory output growth slows down to six-month low
PMI Manufacturing Index prints at 54 in March
India job mart sees 18.4% growth across key sectors
TRAVEL AND HOSPITALITY SECTOR WITNESSED ROBUST RECOVERY AT 48% GROWTH IN PAYROLL HEADCOUNT IN MARCH
Sebi issues fresh norms to curb misuse of clients' Power of Attorney
To curb possible misuse of Power of Attorney (PoA) given by clients to stock brokers, Sebi on Monday came out with fresh guidelines wherein execution of a new document will be made compulsory for transfer of securities towards deliveries and settlements.
More price hikes of FMCG products coming our way
Inflation and slowing demand will disrupt the common man's pockets.
Competition Comm revises long form for M&A approvals
In efforts to reduce the compliance burden and make assessments more objective, Competition Commission of India (CCI) has revised the long form format for submission of details related to mergers and acquisitions.
SC tells Amazon, Future to ask HC to decide arbitration on priority
The Supreme Court on Monday asked Amazon NV Investment Holdings Llc and Future Retail Ltd to request the Delhi High Court to decide on priority on the merits of the petitions to enforce the arbitration award.
The Free Press Journal - Mumbai Newspaper Description:
Publisher: Indian National Press (Bombay) Pvt. Ltd.
The Free Press Journal is one of the oldest English Daily newspapers from Mumbai with a heritage of more than 90 years. And yet, The Free Press Journal is a contemporary paper and rooted in current urban realities.
In keeping with the international trend, it has reinvented itself in terms of design, get up and content. It means different thing to different people – a platform for the articulate, a trendsetter for the young and a chronicle for the old.
It was at the forefront of freedom struggle against the British and continues with the free and fearless journalism till date. Indeed, the history of The Free Press Journalism mirrors that of Indian independence.
Swaminath Sadanand, a 30-year-old idealist from Madras trudged his way to Bombay and with a vision that was to prove uncomfortably ahead of his day, brought out a newspaper as unorthodox in character as it was innovative in concept. For Swaminath Sadanand, the Free Press Journal was not so much a business venture as a cause.
The spirit with which he launched the paper and ran it for almost three decades helped it make it an integral part of two great Indian movements — the struggle for independence and the evolution of Indian publishing.
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