Free Press Journal
  • Digvijay unleashes barb at Modi, says Sushma better PM candidate for BJP

    New Delhi:  Making a strong attack against Narendra Modi, whom he termed a “megalomaniac psychopath liar”, Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh today stoked a fresh controversy saying why can BJP not field a “better leader” like Sushma Swaraj as its prime ministerial candidate.

  • Why dinosaurs grew so large decoded

    Washington: The largest dinosaurs were able to grow to a gigantic size because they had softer, squishy joints than land mammals, a new study suggests.

  • Now, see Van Gogh’s Sunflower in 3D

    London: In a first, scientists have made 3D reproductions of artistic masterpieces, such as a Rembrandt self-portrait and one of Vincent Van Gogh’s sunflowers series.

  • Kids more likely to trust attractive people

    Washington: Children as young as four years old are more likely to trust an adult with an attractive face compared to an unattractive one, a new study has found.

  • Now buy apps in ‘realworld’ store

    Mumbai: Smartphone users now have the option to buy mobile apps ‘offline’ at Shotformats Digital Production’s offline application stores.

  • Sanvaroo Yadav wins Vasai-Virar Mayor’s marathon

    Mumbai: Army Sports Institute runner Sanvaroo Yadav emerged triumphant in the men’s race while defending champion and Commonwealth Games medallist Kavita Raut eked out a close win over Lalita Babar for the women’s title in the Vasai-Virar Mayor’s marathon here today.

  • Patna blasts an attack on Narendra Modim, says BJP

    Kolkata: The serial bomb blasts in Patna Sunday were a “direct attack” on BJP’s party’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, a party leader said.

  • Rahul seeks votes for Sheila, says CM has “changed Delhi”

    New Delhi: Rahul Gandhi today hard sold the Delhi development model and the food security scheme as he spoke at his first election rally in the city, seeking people’s support for Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit to be voted into office for a fourth term.

  • Magistrate likely to pronounce order tomorrow on Zakia’s plea

    Ahmedabad: A local court is likely to pronounce its order tomorrow on Zakia Jafri’s petition against closure report of Supreme Court-appointed SIT, giving clean chit to Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi and others with regard to alleged conspiracy behind the 2002 riots.

  • Rahul Gandhi hardsells Delhi’s development, food security

    New Delhi: Hard-selling the development work carried out in Delhi in the last 15 years and UPA’s food security bill, Rahul Gandhi today reached out to migrant voters who constitute around one-third of the population.

  • NSG, NIA to probe Patna blasts

    New Delhi: Minister of State for Home R.P.N. Singh said Sunday that teams of the National Security Guards (NSG) and the National Investigation Agency (NIA)  were being rushed to Patna to investigate the bomb blasts in the Bihar capital.

  • Fishermen issue will be taken up with Sri Lanka: Narayanasamy

    Karaikal: India would take up the issue of Indian fishermen languishing in Sri Lankan jails during the visit of Defence Secretary of the island nation Gotabaya Rajapaksa to New Delhi later this week, Union Minister of State in the PMO V Narayanasamy said today.

  • Five key documents handed over to Pak in 26/11 case

    New Delhi: India handed over to Pakistan five key documents running into nearly 600 pages for use in the 26/11 case in that country to proceed against seven key accused, including LeT commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi.

  • Musharraf’s coup was pre-planned, says former Pak army general

    Islamabad: The 1999 coup in Pakistan that saw the ouster of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was pre-planned by the then army chief General Pervez Musharraf to pre-empt his own removal by the government, according to a new book by a former general.

  • Obama knew about NSA’s spying on Merkel: Report

    Berlin: President Barack Obama knew about the US National Security Agency’s (NSA) spying on German Chancellor Angela Merkel for some years and he also personally approved it, according to a report published today.

  • Modi’s rally venue has hosted several historic events

    Patna: The historic Gandhi Maidan where BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi is addressing a rally today has seen several important rallies in the past, including that of Jaiprakash Narayan, Subhash Chandra Bose and Pakistan founder Mohammad Ali Jinnah.

  • Modi takes on ‘betrayer’ Nitish Kumar in Bihar

    Patna: Bharatiya Janata Party’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Sunday, speaking for the first time in Bihar since the Janata Dal (United) walked out  of the NDA, said Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has not betrayed the saffron outfit, but the people of his own state.

  • RSS should join politics full time: Digvijay

    Bhopal: Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh has said it would be much better if RSS “sheds the garb of being a cultural organisation” and enters full time into politics.