Free Press Journal
  • Modi using language of anti-social elements: Cong

    New Delhi: Stung by his attack on Sonia Gandhi and Rahul, Congress today charged Narendra Modi with talking the language of anti-social elements as he was “losing ground fast”.

  • Prime minister promises more policy reforms for growth

    New Delhi:Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Saturday promised to bring in more policy reforms to accelerate inclusive growth and lift the spirits of investors in the economy, addressing all concerns about the fiscal deficit, taxation, disinvestment and infrastructure.

  • Indo-Pak T20I Ahmedabad match rescheduled

    Mumbai: The second Twenty20 International (T20I) between India and Pakistan which was scheduled to be played at the Sardar Patel Gujarat Stadium, Motera, in Ahmedabad Dec 27 has been rescheduled to Dec 28.

  • Modi’s remark on Sir Creek politically motivated: Tiwari

    Vadodara: Union minister Manish Tiwari today dismissed Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi’s remark on Sir Creek as a “ploy to mislead people” and criticised the latter for keeping mum on the issue when it was taken up by the erstwhile NDA government at Centre with Pakistan.

  • Court order on Zee scribes’ bail pleas Monday

    New Delhi: A Delhi court has reserved till Monday its order on the bail pleas of two Zee TV journalists arrested on an extortion complaint filed by Congress MP Naveen Jindal, who owns Jindal Power and Steel Ltd.

  • Mulayam threatens to review support if quota bill is passed

    Mainpuri (UP): Terming the proposed legislation on SC/ST quota in promotion as anti-national, Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav today said his party would review its stand on supporting the UPA government from outside, if the Bill is passed.

  • 3 cases against Yeddyurappa, kin adjourned to Jan 24

    Bangalore: The Lokayukta court today adjourned to January 24 next year three cases against former Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa and some of his family members over alleged irregularities in awarding contracts for an irrigation project and denotification of lands.

  • Tearful Obama leads US mourning for 28 school massacre deaths

    Washington/New York: US President Barack Obama wiped tears from his face, choked on his words and spoke of his grief as authorities scrambled to find answers to what prompted a heavily armed young man to storm a Connecticut elementary school and gun down 28 people, including 20 children, in cold blood.

  • Rahul slams Modi for ‘politics of anger’; says turn to ‘love’

    Bhuj (Guj): In a veiled attack on Chief Minister Narendra Modi, AICC General Secretary Rahul Gandhi today accused him of practising “politics of anger” and said it was time people switch to the power of “love”, preached by the Mahatma, to ensure progress of Gujarat.

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  • Cash transfer scheme a ‘revolutionary’ measure of UPA: Sonia

    New Delhi: Congress president Sonia Gandhi today strongly backed the Centre’s new Direct Benefit Transfer system that will ensure cash transfer directly in the hands of beneficiaries of various schemes, saying it is in line with many other “revolutionary” measures taken by the UPA.

  • Latest shooting puts pressure on Obama admn to act on gun laws

    New York/Washington: The shooting spree in a Connecticut school that left 20 small children and six adults dead capped a tragic year for the US, which saw similar massacres in a Colorado theatre and Wisconsin gurdwara, putting pressure on the Obama administration to take action on the country’s gun laws.

  • World leaders express shock at ‘senseless’ US school shooting

    New York: Shocked at the horrific shooting at a US elementary school that left 20 small children and six teachers dead, world leaders today said it was a “senseless and incomprehensible act of evil”, as President Barack Obama sought “meaningful action” to prevent such tragedies in future.

  • Committed to put economy back on growth path: PM

    New Delhi: Amid global slowdown impacting India as well, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said the government is committed to do everything to put economy back on a high growth path of 8-9 per cent.

  • Never compared Babri with terror acts: Rehman Malik

    New Delhi: Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik Saturday denied he had equated the demolition of the Babri Masjid with terror attacks, and offered an assurance  that he would get the death of Kargil martyr Captain Saurabh Kalia investigated.

  • Haren Pandya’s widow seeks to beat odds in ‘revenge’ battle

    Ahmedabad: As the widow of slain BJP leader Haren Pandya fights a ‘revenge’ battle seeking “justice” for her husband for whose murder she blames Chief Minister Narendra Modi, Elliis Bridge seat is witnessing a poll contest where Jagruti Pandya expects her emotional appeal to triumph over the cold logic that favours her saffron rival.