Free Press Journal
  • MPPEB scam: 1,000 appts, selections found fake, says Chouhan

    Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today admitted that 1,000 out of the over 1.47 lakh appointments and selections made by MP Professional Examination Board (MPPEB) since 2007 were found to be fake.

  • BJP MLA takes dig over ‘huge’ crowd at Modi’s rally in Goa

    Panaji: BJP MLA Vishnu Wagh, who was allegedly attacked in December by party workers over reports that he was joining NCP, today said it remains to be seen whether Modi can translate the crowd into votes for the upcoming polls.

  • Industry urges RBI to cut interest rate as inflation dips

    New Delhi: Relieved by decline in inflation, the industry today urged the Reserve Bank to lower interest rates to provide a fillip to the sluggish economic growth at a time when industrial output has turned negative.

  • Shinde’s suggestion on minority youths a “new low”: Modi

    Ahmedabad:  Dubbing as a “brazen attempt” to woo the minority community Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde’s remarks on minority youths in jails on terror charges, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi today said it marked a “new low” for the country.

  • Yuki, Bhupathi advance; Divij ousted from Australian Open

    Melbourne: Yuki Bhambri and his New Zealand partner Michael Venus recorded a straight-set win on their Grand Slam debut but Divij Sharan’s Australian Open campaign ended in the first round, here today.

  • Congress, BJP, SP all join forces against me: Mayawati

    Lucknow: Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief and former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Mayawati said Wednesday that the Congress, BJP and Samajwadi Party (SP) were all working in cahoots to prevent her, a Dalit woman, from rising in politics.

  • Must pull Indian economy out of ‘gloom’: Narendra Modi

    Gandhinagar: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) prime ministerial candidate and Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi Wednesday said there was an atmosphere of gloom in the Indian economy, and there was need to pull the country out of it.

  • Next election not a two-horse race: Omar

    Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has said it is “misplaced arrogance” on the part of political leaders who suggest that the next general election in the country would be a “two-horse race”.

  • Binny denies rift with AAP leaders

    New Delhi: Aaam Admi Party legislator Vinod Kumar Binny, who claimed that his party was deviating from its path, Wednesday denied any rift with party leaders and reiterated he was not upset with the decision not to make him a minister.

  • SC agrees to hear plea of law intern

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today agreed to hear a petition filed by a former law intern, who has made allegations against Justice Swatanter Kumar, to constitute a permanent mechanism to deal with sexual harassment cases at work place in judicial bodies.

  • Justice Swatanter Kumar moves HC seeking to restrain media

    New Delhi: Former Supreme Court judge and National Green Tribunal Chairperson Swatanter Kumar today moved the Delhi High Court seeking to restrain the media from reporting the alleged sexual assault case of his former woman law intern.

  • Modi attacks UPA’s economic policies

    Gandhinagar: Launching an attack on the economic policies of the UPA government, Narendra Modi today said the main reason behind the “despair” prevailing in the country was that nobody takes responsibility.