Free Press Journal
  • Aadhaar not mandatory for booking an international parcel: India Post

    New Delhi: Aadhaar is not mandatory for booking international parcel but is one of the optional identity documents, the Department of Posts said Monday. “…Aadhaar, as per the prevailing norms in the country, is not a mandatory document to be produced at the time of booking,” the  Department of Posts said in a statement.

  • RBI

    India Post to approach RBI for interoperability of ATMs

    New Delhi: Department of Post (DoP) will soon approach Reserve Bank for interoperability of its ATMs with commercial banks as it looks to roll out 10,000 ATMs across the country by the end of this year. A DoP official told PTI that Communications and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has asked the department to take the proposal to RBI on priority basis as it will help in popularising banking in rural areas.

  • India Post Indore to organise 3-day expo in Feb

    Indore : India Post Indore is organising a 3-day exhibition in February. During a press conference on Thursday at the philatelic bureau GPO, Indore Post master general, Ajay Kumar Rai highlighted the latest achievements and future plans of post offices.

  • Silly bid to ‘stamp’ out Congress legacy

    Sometimes, in the midst of so much troubling and disturbing news all around, one comes across something that makes one laugh by its sheer absurdity. And yet, it is out there, in all its seriousness, making one wonder what the decision makers were thinking.

  • Western Union renews tie-up with India Post

    Mumbai: Global money transfer major Western Union today said it has renewed its 14-year-old partnership with India Post, which is now in the race to become a payments bank. After the renewed agreement, nearly 10,000 post offices will continue to serve as Western Union agents, it said in a statement here without revealing the tenure of the agreement.

  • India Post To Enter E-Commerce Space

    Kolkata : To leverage the country’s fast growing e-commerce space, the West Bengal circle of the postal department has approached various industrial bodies with a plan to create an online marketplace for the local traders.

  • Now, get your photo on stamp

    INDORE : The government operated postal service system India Post has come up with an innovating idea of providing 12 stamps with individuals’ life photo. The initiative is named as “ My Stamp”. On payment of Rs 300, a 12 stamp sheet could be developed on providing any photo of family members, building, tourist spot, company logo and photo of variety of occasions would be printed on it. The official release of