Free Press Journal
  • Mahila Shakti Kendras to be set up in 115 backward districts

    New Delhi : The Centre approved setting up of ‘Pradhan Mantri Mahila Shakti Kendras’ across 115 most backward districts of the country through a new scheme for reaching out to rural women and facilitating skill development, employment, digital literacy, health and nutrition.

  • Tej Pratap threatens Sushil Modi

    Patna : Former health minister and son of RJD president Lalu Prasad yadav, Tej Pratap Yadav on Wednesday threatened senior BJP leader and deputy CM of Bihar Sushil Modi and said that he will enter his house and publicly beat him for inviting him to his son’s marriage.

  • IKEA’s first Indian store to offer over 7,000 products

    Hyderabad : Swedish home furnishings retailer IKEA will offer over 7,000 products at its first India store opening next year, it said on Wednesday. The product range will be affordable and will offer something for every home with almost 1,000 products priced below Rs 200, said company officials.

  • Samsung

    Samsung partners with UP to set up smart healthcare centres

    New Delhi : Samsung India has entered into a partnership with the Government of Uttar Pradesh recently. As per the deal, it will add 20 new Samsung smart healthcare centres across the state and provide affordable and quality healthcare to patients from the economically and socially weaker sections of society.

  • Google doodle celebrates woman who fought child marriage

    Mumbai : Google on Wednesday dedicated a special doodle to mark the 153rd birth anniversary of medico Rukhmabai Raut, who proved instrumental in getting the obnoxious practice of child marriages banned not only in colonial India but the entire British Empire.

  • Tata Tele to move its customers to Airtel smoothly

    New Delhi : Tata Teleservices customers will begin transitioning to Airtel’s mobile network from Wednesday, following the recently-announced takeover of Tata Group’s  mobile business by Bharti Airtel.

  • Registration of adoption under Hindu law to be made mandatory

    New Delhi : Parents adopting a child under the Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act (HAMA) could soon be required to mandatorily register the adoption with country’s apex adoption body as part of efforts to check trafficking, a senior government official said.