Free Press Journal
  • Rahul has experience as two-time MP, Cong tells Pawar

    New Delhi: Congress today refrained from directly reacting to NCP leader Sharad Pawar’s advice for Rahul Gandhi that he should gain administrative experience first before trying to become prime minister although the party did point out that its vice-president had gathered “experience” as a two-time MP.

  • IPL spot fixing: 3 bookies get interim bail

    New Delhi: A Delhi court today granted interim bail to three alleged bookies, arrested in IPL spot-fixing case along with three suspended cricketers, on the ground that the “investigation” against them was complete.

  • Aarushi case: Talwars rubbish CBI sudden provocation theory

    Ghaziabad: In the Aarushi-Hemraj double murder case, the defence trashed the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) theory that dentist couple Rajesh and Nupur Talwar killed their daughter and their servant following a sudden provocation after catching them in a compromising position.

  • Khurshid rubbishes Modi’s attack on Rahul

    New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid today accused Narendra Modi of lowering the level of political discourse by attacking Rahul Gandhi’s remarks that Pakistani intelligence agencies were trying to lure some of the victims of Muzaffarnagar violence to terrorism.

  • Onion prices will come down soon: K.V.Thomas

    New Delhi, Oct 25 (ANI): Minister for Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution Prof. K.V.Thomas today said onion prices will come down within the next ten days with the arrival of new crop and imported stock.

  • Parties attack Rahul for Pak intel claims on UP riot victims

    New Delhi/Srinagar: Political parties today attacked Rahul Gandhi over his claims that intelligence agencies in Pakistan had approached victims of Muzaffarnagar riots to lure them into terrorism, with BJP questioning his authority in having access to such details while seeking an answer from the Home Minister in the matter.

  • ISI, BJP feed on communal riots, says Shakeel Ahmad

    New Delhi: Drawing a parallel between BJP and Pakistan’s ISI, Congress general secretary Shakeel Ahmad today said both “rejoice” whenever communal riots erupt in India as one receives funding from Islamic countries in the aftermath while the other garners votes.

  • HC Joint Registrar recuses from hearing Jethmalani’s suit

    New Delhi: Citing personal reasons, a  Joint Registrar of the Delhi High Court today recused from hearing former Rajya Sabha member Ram Jethmalani’s plea against his expulsion from the party by the BJP Parliamentary Board in May this year.

  • BJP women workers launch ‘mehndi’ campaign for Modi

    Patna: As part of campaigns to mobilise support for BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s rally here on Sunday, women workers today applied ‘mehndi’ to write ‘NaMo’ and draw party symbol ‘Lotus’ on their palm.