Free Press Journal
  • AAP rally under EC scanner

    Aam Aadmi Party’s rally in Old Delhi area today came under the scanner of Delhi Election Commission for allegedly having more number of vehicles in the cavalcade than allowed under Model Code of Conduct (MCC).

  • Over four million hit by Philippines typhoon

    The Philippines government’s disaster relief agency Sunday said at least 4.4 million people have become homeless in areas hit by super typhoon Haiyan.

  • Hapless Campa Cola residents to stay put in tents!

    Mumbai :  Residents of Campa Cola Society in Mumbai are putting on a brave face even as the date of demolition draws closer. Even if they are evicted from home, they are determined to  stay in the compound in tents. However, an air of despair pervades the society.

  • PM to skip CHOGM, Khurshid set to go

    New Delhi/Chennai :  Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is unlikely to travel to Colombo next week to attend the Commonwealth summit, bowing to political pressure, especially from the Tamil parties.  External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid is set to lead the Indian delegation, said sources on Saturday.

  • BSP to go it alone in LS polls: Mayawati

    Lucknow : Days after battling the bungalow controversy, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati on Saturday ruled out an alliance with any political party in the 2014 general elections and said her party will emerge as a force to reckon with in four of the five states where assembly elections will be held later this year and the Lok Sabha polls.

  • Modi’s mocks ‘khooni panja’, Cong sees red

    New Delhi :  The Congress on Saturday moved the Election Commission over Narendra Modi’s controversial “khooni panja” barb at the party during a rally in Chhattisgarh, seeking “stern action” against BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate.

  • NaMo’s accolades makes Didi squirm

    Kolkata :  In Kolkata, Narendra Modi’s praises for West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has created uneasiness for the ruling Trinamool Congress leadership in the state.

  • TAI TRIES TO PACIF SATTAN

    Indore: Member of Parliament Sumitra Mahajan met senior party leader Satyanarayan Sattan on Saturday to seek his support for the BJP candidate from Indore- I constituency Sudarshan Gupta. Sattan had been objecting candidature of Gupta from the constituency.

  • 51 cos security forces for Indore

    Indore: As many as 51 companies of CRPF, CISF, Kerala Police, Jharkhand Police, Haryana Police would come here to ensure peaceful Assembly elections.

  • Cong objects presence of SWC member in BJP rally

    Indore: The Congress has raised questions over presence of State Women’s Commission ( SWC) member Kavita Patidar during the rally of BJP candidate from Mhow and Industries Minister Kailash Vijayvargiya.

  • Bomb hoax: Cops check Khajrana Ganesh temple premises

    Indore: Due to bomb threat in Shirdi Sai temple and Khajrana Ganesh temple, the city police took all precautionary measures at Khajrana temple on Saturday.

  • 3 more BJP candidates begin campaigning

    Indore: Three more candidates of the BJP started door- to- door campaign on Saturday while three others announced to begin the campaign from Sunday. Two candidates are already campaigning for the last few days.

  • RO gives clean chit to Ashwin

    Indore: Congress candidate from Indore- III Ashwin Joshi got clean chit from the Returning Officer, on Saturday. The Samajwadi Party candidate from the constituency had raised questions over the information given by the sitting MLA in his affidavit along with nomination papers.

  • 17 in fray for Ujjain South, 8 each in Mahidpur, Ghattiya

    • Total 85 candidates in fray in seven constituencies of district
    • BJP candidates facing rebels at Tarana, Ujjain South and Barnagar
    • Cong candidates facing rebels at Mahidpur, Ujjain North and Barnagar

    Ujjain: After scrutiny of nomination forms, total 85 candidates are left in fray for the Assembly Elections from seven constituencies of the district. The highest number of 17 candidates is in Ujjain South constituency and the lowest

  • No water in train, passengers create ruckus at rly station

    Ujjain: Jaipur- Nagpur Express had to halt at city railway station on Saturday morning after passengers of the train created ruckus over non availability of water in the coaches.

  • Chaos prevails during live show on election

    Ujjain: Ujjain Municipal Corporation Speaker Sonu Gehlot and a local senior congress leader Manohar Bairagi faced the wrath of the audience in a live show hosted by prominent Hindi national TV news channel on the premises of a private school here on Saturday night. Congress spokesman vehemently attacked the BJP on different sides whereas the BJP spokesman found him in a defensive mode on the issues of roads, cleanliness in the city,