Free Press Journal
  • AAP needs to prove themselves on all aspects they criticized us about: Congress

    New Delhi: Reacting to former Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Vinod Kumar Binny’s comments on Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal and his party, Congress leader Satyavrat Chaturvedi on Monday said that the AAP had criticized the Congress for inflation, policies, administration and ideology, and that now they needed to prove themselves on the same aspects.

  • Thai police rules out murder in Karl Slym’s death

    Bangkok: Thai police today ruled out murder as the cause of the death of Tata Motors’ Managing Director Karl Slym who fell from the 22nd floor of a five-star hotel here.

  • 3 killed in two road accidents

    Moga: Three persons were killed in two different road mishaps here, police said today.

  • Villagers attack woman sarpanch for curbing power thefts

    Thane: A 26-year-old woman deputy sarpanch and her husband were allegedly roughed up by irate locals after she unearthed several cases of power thefts in her village Kunda, district rural police said today.

  • Fishermen body urges Modi to take up their woes with Centre

    Ahmedabad: Gujarat fishermen, who have made several representations to the state and Centre over periodic abduction of their fisher-folk and seizure of boats by Pakistan Maritime Security Agency, have again approached Chief Minister Narendra Modi urging him take up the issue with the government.

  • Issues raised by Binny serious, AAP needs to introspect: Harshvardhan

    New Delhi: Reacting to former Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Vinod Kumar Binny’s comments on Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal and his party,  Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Dr. Harshvardhan on Monday said that the issues Binny had raised before the party were serious, and that it needed an introspection.

  • Modi factor propels rise of BJP, RSS in Bengal

    Kolkata: The Narendra Modi wave seems to have reached the Bengal shores, indicated by the more than two-fold increase in the membership of the BJP’s state unit.

  • Indian, Lankan fishermen talks underway

    Chennai: With an aim of resolving the vexed issue of fishing rights in the Palk Straits, representatives of fishermen associations and officials of India and Sri Lanka are meeting here today.

  • Expelled AAP legislator to go on hunger strike

    New Delhi: Expelled AAP legislator Vinod Kumar Binny will begin a hunger strike here Monday to protest against the Delhi government, who he alleges of not implementing the party’s pre-poll promises.

  • No government has achieved what we have done in a month: Arvind Kejriwal

    New Delhi: Reacting to former Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Vinod Kumar Binny’s comment about the party, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday said that they did not need to play politics to save the government, and that none of the governments have done as much work as their government has done in one month.

  • Anti-toll protest hits eight cities in Maharashtra

    Mumbai: Political activists vandalised toll posts in at least eight cities across Maharashtra between Sunday night and early Monday morning, an officer here said.

  • AP House plunges into pandemonium over CM’s move on T-Bill

    Hyderabad: Trouble broke out afresh in the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly today over Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy’s move to move a resolution in the House seeking to return the AP Reorganisation Bill-2013 to the Centre, terming it incomprehensive.

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    MNS workers vandalise toll booths in Thane

    Thane: At least half a dozen toll plazas were today vandalised by suspected MNS activists here after party chief Raj Thackeray asked workers not to pay toll tariff and “crush” the

  • South Sudan ceasefire ‘shaky’: Norwegian FM

    Khartoum: A two-day-old ceasefire in South Sudan is still not firmly in place, the foreign minister of Norway, part of the so-called Troika with Britain and the United States, has said.

  • 5.8 earthquake hits Greek island; minor injuries

    Athens: A strong earthquake with a preliminary 5.8-magnitude hit the Greek island of Kefalonia today, with local media reporting minor injuries to some residents and damage to buildings and roads.

  • Attacks kill 9 in Iraq as militants seize soldiers

    Baghdad: Car bombings and shootings killed nine people across Iraq today, authorities said, as militants kidnapped soldiers in an embattled province where al-Qaida-linked fighters hold portions of two major cities.