Free Press Journal
  • AAP squandered ‘impressive victory’: Salman Khurshid

    New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) squandered its “impressive victory” in the Delhi Assembly elections because it did not know what to do with it, External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid said today.

  • ‘Thank God, nightmare is over’: Arun Jaitley on AAP govt’s exit

    New Delhi:  Dubbing the Arvind Kejriwal government in Delhi as the “worst ever”, BJP leader Arun Jaitley today said its decision to step down over the issue Jan Lokpal was like a “nightmare” finally getting over. “The nightmare is finally over. The worst ever state government that Delhi has ever witnessed has resigned…Thank God, the nightmare is over,” Jaitley wrote on his website.

  • Arvind Kejriwal’s exit was preplanned; eyeing Lok Sabha polls: Vinod Kumar Binny

    New Delhi: Expelled Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) member Vinod Kumar Binny on Saturday accused Arvind Kejriwal of resigning from the post of Delhi Chief Minister, alleging that it was part of a plan that was hatched two months ago to use the Jan Lokpal Bill for bigger political gains. “They made a plan 60 days ago. I used to work with them. They planned to bring the Jan Lokpal Bill in such an

  • AAP is running away from responsibility: Vijay Goel

    New Delhi: Accusing the Aam Aadmi Party of betraying the people of Delhi, Delhi BJP today said that AAP believed in “Maoist ideology of creating anarchy” and were using the defeat of the Jan Lokpal Bill to run away from responsibility.

  • Narendra Modi was canteen contractor, never a ‘chaiwala’: Congress

    New Delhi: Escalating the war of words over Narendra Modi’s humble background as a ‘chaiwala’, Congress today said BJP’s PM candidate, who often flaunts his past to connect with voters, was never a tea vendor but a “canteen contractor”.

  • No over-enthusiasm to form govt, but ready to face polls: BJP

    New Delhi: BJP was today non-committal about forming the government in Delhi following Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s decision to step down with the main Opposition saying that while it did not favour dissolution of the House, it was ready to face fresh polls.

  • Nepal plane with 21 on board goes missing

    Nepal: A plane of the state-owned Nepal Airlines, with at least 18 passengers and three crew members on board, went missing in Nepal Sunday afternoon, officials here said.

  • Magic of Arvind Kejriwal over: Uma Bharti

    New Delhi: AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal may have declared that their goal was now the Parliament, but the party does not pose a big challenge for BJP and its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, the saffron outfit’s leader Uma Bharti said today.