Articles about India Post
08 Apr 2020
Amid lockdown, Zomato launches grocery delivery across 80 Indian cities
As 1.3 billion Indians struggle to move freely and access daily essentials under the 21-day lockdown enforced by the Narendra Modi government, Zomato is rising to the occasion.
31 May 2019
How Department of Posts helped missing woman reunite with family
A woman who went missing three years ago from a remote area in Bihar's Madhubani was reunited with her family, thanks to the Department of Posts (DoP).
23 Apr 2019
TCS' integrated solution digitalizes over 1.5 lakh post offices
India's leading tech giant, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), has helped in revamping over 1.5 lakh post offices in the country.
03 Dec 2018
Farmer, earns Rs. 1,064 by selling onions, gives to Modi
A farmer from Maharashtra's Nashik district has sent Rs. 1,064, which he earned by selling 750 kgs of onions, to PM Narendra Modi as a sign of protest.
02 Sep 2018
Mumbai: Students to receive certificates at their doorsteps within 2-days
Students in suburban areas of Mumbai will now be able to receive certificates at their doorsteps.
01 Sep 2018
India Post Payments Bank launched: Details here
On Saturday, at an event in New Delhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the India Post Payments Bank (IPPB) in a bid to boost banking services in rural areas, and promote further financial inclusion.
31 Aug 2018
PM Modi to inaugurate India Post Payments Bank tomorrow
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will tomorrow launch the India Post Payments Bank (IPPB) that seeks to leverage the expansive network of the postal department to ensure financial inclusion for the masses.
15 Aug 2018
This 'lazy' postman didn't deliver 6,000 letters
In a clear case of neglecting one's duty, a postmaster in an Odisha village didn't deliver more than 6,000 letters dating back to even 2004, because apparently he "could not walk properly and was not in a condition to deliver these letters."
05 Apr 2018
Jio Payments Bank launched: Here's everything you should know
Jio Payments Bank, a 70:30 joint venture between Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries Ltd. and State Bank of India, started its operations on Tuesday.
21 Mar 2018
Special cover on Stephen Hawking released by India Post
A special postal cover on Stephen Hawking was issued by the India Post to pay tribute to the renowned theoretical physicist and cosmologist on Tuesday.
25 Feb 2018
Can homegrown MapmyIndia take on Google Maps in India?
Homegrown mapping company, Delhi-based MapmyIndia is gearing up to take on Google Maps and conquer its territory in India.
30 Jan 2018
India Post personnel to don khadi uniforms from February
The 90,000 postmen and postwomen of India Post will be donning new uniforms from February.
25 Dec 2017
Now, I-T officers can access banking databases to catch defaulters
It is now impossible for the tax defaulters/evaders to escape from the clutches of the Income Tax Department, as the Centre has amended the I-T rules, empowering the tax authority.
05 Nov 2017
Signature Hyderabadi dishes get India Post stamps
Trademark Hyderabadi dishes biryani, baghare baingan, and seviyan have all made their way into India postage, with the Department of Post issuing stamps with photos of the same.
21 Aug 2017
Flipkart goes global, will woo NRIs with desi products
Amazon already does it and from now on, so will Flipkart. The home-grown e-commerce platform will now sell its products to online shoppers in nearly 200 countries.
16 Apr 2017
India has its own "desi" version of Google Earth
While we wait with bated breath for the new revamped version of Google Earth, this will be a good time to reflect on the fact that India too has its own homegrown version powered by ISRO.
30 Jan 2017
India Post launches payment bank in Raipur and Ranchi
Enabling greater financial inclusion to rural areas, India Post Payment Bank (IPPB) was launched on pilot basis in Ranchi and Raipur today.
12 Aug 2016
Postmen to show up on Sundays too!
With Rakshabandhan round the corner, postmen will be making deliveries on Sundays as well to manage the surge in workload.