Free Press Journal
  • Alcatel launches ‘Pop Star’ smartphone for Rs 6,999

    New Delhi : Hong Kong-based TCL Communication-owned Alcatel on Monday launched its 4G-enabled “Pop Star” smartphone in India which is exclusively available on e-commerce portal Gadgets 360.

  • Cavern found while cleaning Halwai square

    Hoshangabad : Municipal Corporation of Hoshangabad is carrying out a cleanliness campaign seeing the rainy season ahead. During a cleanliness drive at the Halwai square, the workers found a cavern in a sewer line which could lead to a big disaster.

  • Forest Development Corporation creates history

    Umaria: Forest Development Corporation of Umaria has made a record of more production than the given target and hundred percent transportation.  Significantly, the given target of production for the year 2015-16 was 14974 square meter wood against which the production of 15500 square meters has been done.

  • Sarraf donates water filter to CHC

    Morena : Senior Rotarian of Rotary club Kailaras and Agrawal Mahasabha president Matadin Sarraf donated a water filter for the patients of community health centre in the memory of his late son Pramod Sarraf. Fruits were alo distributed among the patients.

  • Delhiites suffering from LG-Kejri spat: Sheila Diskshit

    New Delhi : Former Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit on Monday said there was ‘no administration’ in the national capital and people are confused about the policies of the Arvind Kejriwal government.

  • A Good Record

    The Colombo Plan Consultative committee’s ninth annual report contains a few flattering references to India. Of the 11 participating countries which provided technical training facilities to nominees from South and South–East Asian countries, India ranks fifth. Since all the four which outrank India are donor nations, India can justly claim to rank first among the recipient countries in providing technical training to Colombo Plan nominees. In 1959-60, the year under review, 267