Free Press Journal
  • India’s longest bridge to open today

    The over 9km Dhola-Sadiya bridge over a Brahmaputra tributary will connect Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. it will be inaugurated today by Prime Minister Narendra Modi as his government completes three years in office. The bridge which links Dhola to Sadiya — located near the Assam-Arunachal Pradesh border — in Assam’s Tinsukia district, will cut travel time from over six hours to just one hour. Sadiya is the birthplace of the legendary Assamese

  • Living Authentically And Fully

    Living life fully and authentically takes great courage. The courage is necessary to trust our own inner guidance and then be able to take action on it. Sometimes we are so unconscious and unaware of our own true feelings, wants and desires that it blocks our ability to move forward and live life fully and completely. And other times, we do not take action on something that we know would be a good

  • SAIL’s steel relation with Dhola-Sadiya Bridge

    New Delhi : Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL) is the main supplier of steel for constructing country’s longest bridge ‘Dhola-Sadiya’ which is built on river Lohit in Assam. SAIL has supplied around 90 per cent or around 30,000 tonnes of steel, including TMT, structurals and plates, for this bridge which will connect the states of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh.

  • BHEL commissions thermal unit at RattanIndia in Maha

    New Delhi : Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has successfully commissioned another 270 MW thermal unit at RattanIndia Nasik Power Limited’s 5×270 MW thermal power project, located at Sinnar in Nasik District of Maharashtra. This is the fourth unit to be commissioned at this project. Significantly, the milestone has been achieved within 35 days of commissioning of the third unit.

  • Cement co asked to pay Rs 1.5 lakh for poor quality cement

    New Delhi : The apex consumer commission has directed a cement manufacturing company to pay Rs 1.5 lakh as compensation to a man for providing poor quality cement which led to leakage in roof slabs made out of it. The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) asked Ramco Cements to pay the amount to Kerala resident Anandaraj after dismissing the company’s appeal against the state commission’s order.