Free Press Journal
  • Former Gujarat DGP R B Sreekumar joins AAP

    Ahmedabad: Former Gujarat Director General of Police R B Sreekumar, who has been long waging a legal battle for the 2002 communal riots victims and has taken on Chief Minister Narendra Modi in the process, joined Aam Aadmi Party today.

  • Not even Modi can defeat me: SP’s Kanpur candidate

    Kanpur: Notwithstanding his two Lok Sabha losses, a senior SP leader has claimed that not even Narendra Modi would be able to defeat him in Kanpur, after the party handed him the ticket to replace comedian Raju Srivastava as its candidate for the constituency.

  • Talk of leaders leaving ‘full of cynicism, insinuations’: Cong

    New Delhi: Congress today dismissed suggestions that several of its leaders, including Union Ministers, were scared to contest the upcoming Lok Sabha polls fearing defeat while many others were deserting the party because they saw no prospect for it under Rahul Gandhi’s leadership.

  • Trouble in alliance with Cong, TRS turns to BJP

    New Delhi: The talks between Congress and TRS over an alliance have run into trouble and the regional party of Telangana has now opened a channel of communication with BJP for a possible tie-up.

  • Nobody should flout Model Code of Conduct: CEO

    Ranchi: Jharkhand Chief Electoral Officer P K Jajoria today said no political party or leader should flout the Model Code of Conduct in the run up to the Lok Sabha elections.

  • Malaysia denies missing jet flew on, search continues

    Kuala Lumpur: Malaysian authorities Thursday denied news reports that a Malaysia Airlines passenger jet may have continued flying for some time after its last contact, saying these reports are “inaccurate”, even as no trace of the aircraft that went missing Saturday was found on the sixth day of search operations.

  • Karnataka look to continue dream run, Bengal renew rivalry

    Kolkata: Chasing a treble, Ranji champions Karnataka will be eyeing to continue their dream run, while Bengal will be under pressure against Railways in a grudge match in the Vijay Hazare Trophy semi-final double header here tomorrow.

  • Bharti Airtel raises over Rs 2,400 cr from overseas bond sale

    Mumbai: Country’s largest telecom operator Bharti Airtel has raised CHF 350 million (Rs 2,453.2 crore) through issue of bonds in the Swiss market, mopping up funds for the third time in this fiscal from overseas.

  • Delhi HC cites ‘Life of Pi’ during gang rape verdict

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court Thursday said the movie “Life of Pi”, which the Dec 16 gang rape victim watched before the incident, where a tiger and a boy find comfort in each other, must have been etched in the victim’s mind.

  • ‘Disillusioned’ Bengal AAP members to float separate outfit?

    Kolkata: Disillusioned over the party’s indecisiveness about finalising candidates for the Lok Sabha polls in West Bengal, a section of the AAP in the state is planning to break away and float another outfit to achieve its goals of swaraj and fighting against corruption.