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  • Quantum Hi Tech launches wooden speaker

    Extending its line up of speakers, QHMPL, India’s leading frontrunner in consumer electronics & high-quality IT peripherals, under the brand ‘Quantum Hi-Tech’ with its unfailing commitment to highest standards of quality at most affordable prices, launches its latest Wood sound QHM 630 Mini USB Speaker, a compact sized speaker system with a wooden cabinet that produces rich bass effect with a perfect combination of vocal clarity.

  • Allen PNCF students perform well

    Pre-Nurture & Career Foundation Division students of Allen, Dhyey Gandhi (currently in 10th standard) and Saumya Goyal (currently in 11th standard) have scored a  5/5 band which signifies the Extremely Well Qualified Cadre in the Advanced Placement Chemistry Exam and Advanced Placement Physics Exam by College Board USA.

  • Apply for the FPJ Management Scholarships!

    The announcement for the seventh Free Press Journal Management Scholarships is out! Scholarships worth Rs. 2 lakh are being offered to management students admitted to the first year of an MBA/ PGDM programme and intend to take finance as a specialisation in the second year.

  • Josh Mobiles announces Power Plus phone

    Josh Mobiles one of the leading players, introducing new age mobile phones in the entry level segment, announces its latest, and this time for the uninterrupted conversations and entertainment, the BIG battery 2250Mah capacity, ‘Power Plus’ the internet enabled phone, is loaded with several multimedia features. Offering smart functionality to feature phones, which was previously only for smartphones, Josh Mobiles aims to empower the lives of the consumers with the latest in

  • Visitors to Rome for Teresa sainthood to get taste of Kolkata!

    Kolkata : When lakhs of people will gather in Vatican City this September to watch the historic ceremony of granting sainthood to Mother Teresa, a group of Kolkatans will hold photo exhibitions in Rome inviting visitors to the city where the late nun worked.