Free Press Journal
  • Varanasi seat row: RSS worried but believes BJP will solve it

    Varanasi: RSS today said it is worried about reported Varanasi seat row between BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi and senior leader Murali Manohar Joshi, but was confident that the party would solve it.

  • BJP complains to EC against Rahul Gandhi, seeks derecognition of Congress

    New Delhi: Accusing Rahul Gandhi and Congress of flouting the Model Code of Conduct, BJP today complained to the Election Commission over his remarks linking RSS to Mahatma Gandhi’s killing and sought action against the Congress Vice President and derecognition of the party.

  • Bhupinder Singh’s decision an ‘act of opportunism’: Congress

    New Delhi: Congress today said that departure of its senior leader Bhupinder Singh, who switched over to ruling BJD, will have no impact on the party’s prospects in upcoming polls and described the act as “opportunism”.

  • 28 killed in Iraq violence

    Baghdad: A total of 28 people were killed and 38 others wounded in separate violent attacks, mainly targeting security forces, across Iraq Saturday, police said.

  • ‘Khobragade incident led to misunderstanding with US’

    New Delhi: The Devyani Khobragade incident caused a certain “misunderstanding” in relations but India has “insulated” that issue from the rest of its relationship with America, India’s Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh said here Saturday.

  • Make poor aware of legal services: Sathasivam

    Lucknow: Chief Justice of India P. Sathasivam Saturday urged the legal fraternity to make the poor aware of the legal services they could avail for a better life.

  • Narendra Modi

    Rise from home-makers to nation-makers, Modi urges women

    New Delhi:  BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi Saturday urged the women to graduate from being home-makers to becoming nation-makers as they have both the potential and the capacity to change the destiny of the country.

  • Italian did not board missing Malaysian airliner

    Rome:  Italian passenger Luigi Maraldi, who was thought to be on the missing Malaysian Airlines aircraft, is not in the aircraft as his passport was stolen in Thailand last August, local investigators announced Saturday.

  • Narendra Modi

    Woman must be free to choose career, marriage: Modi

    New Delhi: BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi Saturday said discrimination was a big problem faced by women and called for them to have freedom to make choices about their career and marriage.

  • Ink attack on AAP leader Yogendra Yadav

    New Delhi: A young man Saturday smeared ink on Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Yogendra Yadav’s face after springing from behind him at a party rally here to mark International Women’s Day.

  • Delhi law student beaten, dies

    New Delhi:  A law student died here Saturday after being beaten up by other students following a row over parking outside their college, police said. Two of the assailants were arrested.

  • Special camps for voters Sunday

    New Delhi: The Election Commission will hold special camps across the country Sunday to help eligible voters check if their names are included in the electoral rolls and provide those left out an opportunity to enrol.

  • Sonia, Rahul in Congress’ first list of 194 candidates

    New Delhi: Congress president Sonia Gandhi (Rae Bareli) and vice president Rahul Gandhi (Amethi) figure in the first list of party candidates for the Lok Sabha elections released here Saturday.

  • North Korean parliamentary elections begin

    Pyongyang: Parliamentary elections started Sunday morning throughout North Korea to choose members of the top legislature of the country.

  • Army officer escapes militant attack in Kashmir

    Srinagar: An army officer, heading a unit of the counter-insurgency Rashtriya Rifles in Jammu and Kashmir’s Baramulla district, was Saturday attacked by separatist guerrillas was escaped unhurt. No one was injured in the incident.

  • Malaysian plane may have turned back before disappearing

    Kuala Lumpur:  A Malaysia Airlines plane that went missing after taking off from Kuala Lumpur for Beijing Saturday may have turned back before it disappeared, a civil aviation official said Sunday.