Free Press Journal
  • Auto Expo 2018: TVS Tyres makes a mark with latest range

    Greater Noida: One of India’s largest manufacturers and exporters of two and three wheeler tyres, and off-highway tyres, TVS Tyres, is showcasing its range of products at the 14th Auto Expo being held here between February 9 and 14.

  • India has potential to be a cleaner economy: FM

    Washington : Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has said that India is capable of becoming a much cleaner and bigger economy amongst the other emerging economies, as it is capable of taking and implementing bold decisions. “Amongst the emerging economies, India today has the potential for not only being a large market but being a much cleaner economy,” said Arun Jaitley at a Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and US India Business

  • Indore: Growth-oriented and balanced said Biz community

    Indore: Applauding the Union Budget presented by finance minister Arun Jaitley industrialists have termed it balanced and growth-oriented one. They expressed the view in a budget viewing session organised by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) Madhya Pradesh here at Brilliant Convention Centre on Wednesday.

  • Indore: Fifth edition of state-level Kaizen competition held

    Indore: To provide an opportunity and motivate workers to exchange views and share their experiences on Kaizen and various methods of problem solving, the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), Madhya Pradesh organised the 5th edition of Madhya Pradesh state-level Kaizen competition here on Friday. Case New Holland Construction Equipment India Pvt. Ltd, Pithampur was declared winner.

  • Digital

    Indian economy to become 100 percent digitised by 2020

    New Delhi: The Indian economy, which is currently 50 percent digitized, is expected to reach 100 percent by 2020, a top official said on Thursday. The digital transformation is being fueled by rapid innovation in the technology space, said National Cyber Security Coordinator Gulshan Rai at the 3rd edition of the National CIO Summit organized by Confederation of Indian Industry.

  • India cannot perform without top-50 players

    New Delhi: Indian tennis great Vijay Amritraj is not giving much of chance to the Somdev Devvarman-led team in its Davis Cup World Group play-off against Czech Republic later this month and says “we can’t do well in team events” unless we have top 50 singles players. Amritraj says India have enough doubles players to choose from but lack of quality singles players is hurting their growth in Davis Cup. So much

  • Narendra Modi

    CII hails PM Narendra Modi’s ‘landmark’ tour of Central Asia

    New Delhi : With Prime Minister Narendra Modi currently in Tajikistan for the final leg of his visit to Central Asia, the Confederation of Indian Industry has hailed his ‘landmark’ tour, predicting that the trade with the nations visited can increase exponentially. “Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Central Asia is a landmark event to revitalise our ancient links with the region. CII estimates that trade with the five Central Asian countries of Kazakhstan,

  • Central Asia: Big region of opportunity for India, says CII

    New Delhi : On the eve of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Central Asia, the Confederation of Indian Industry said that trade with the region can jump manifold provided the right connectivity is put in place. “Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Central Asia is a landmark event to revitalize our ancient links with the region. CII estimates that trade with the five Central Asian countries of Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan

  • CII Women Network state chief to participate in Swiss conference

    BHOPAL : The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) in partnership with Horasis is going to organise a two-day international business event ‘Horasis India Business Meeting’ on July 5-6 at Interlaken, Switzerland. The Meeting is supported by the Swiss Canton of Bern.

  • ‘IT integration no longer luxury but a necessity’

    BHOPAL: Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) organised a conclave titled ‘Digital by Default’ with the theme “Digitising Business and Governance” here on Saturday at Hotel Jehanuma Palace.

  • Mohammad Ashraf Ghani

    Kabul key to India’s regional clout

    With Pakistan’s hostility towards India a fait accompli and China having a huge stake in a weakened India, regardless of pretensions of great bonhomie, Afghanistan is crucial to India’s influence as a regional power and to its overall strategic interests. The manner and extent to which the new Afghan president, Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, swerves towards or away from India will indeed be crucial to New Delhi’s geopolitical interests.

  • ‘What we have achieved is nothing short of a miracle’

    “I am the single window,” declared Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan,  as he met with a galaxy of investors in Mumbai at the ‘Invest Madhya Pradesh 2012’ interaction organised by the Government of Madhya Pradesh and the Confederation of Indian Industry. Chouhan met, among others, Anil Ambani, Chairman, ADAG, Cyrus Pallonji Mistry, Dy. Chairman, TATA Group and Anand Mahindra, CMD, Mahindra & Mahindra. He also addressed the media and later