Free Press Journal
  • Narendra Modi most searched CM on Google

    New Delhi: As India inches closer towards general elections, BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi has emerged as the most searched chief minister on search giant Google.

  • Ex-Sena MLA joins Cong; PRP extends support to ruling alliance

    Mumbai: Former Shiv Sena MLA Yogesh Patil today joined Congress in the presence of Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan.
    Patil, who had represented the Bhiwandi Assembly constituency, was welcomed into the party fold by Chavan and MPCC chief Manikrao Thakre.

  • Jayalalithaa

    Make Congress leaders lose their deposits: Jayalalithaa

    Jayalalithaa
    Tirunelveli (TN): AIADMK leader J. Jayalalithaa Wednesday urged people to trounce the Congress and make its candidates lose even their election deposit in the coming Lok Sabha polls.

  • Pursuing Khobragade case would smack of personal vendetta: Panel

    New Delhi: The office of Manhattan US Attorney Preet Bharara and the US State Department should not pursue the Devyani Khobragade case any further since it would give the impression of a personal vendetta, according to a panel representing Indian Americans.

  • No Haryana candidate to be changed: AAP

    Chandigarh: The AAP said Wednesday it had no plans to drop or change some of its candidates for the Lok Sabha election in Haryana.

  • Ishrat fake encounter case: CBI opposes Vanzara’s bail plea

    Ahmedabad: CBI today opposed bail application moved by suspended IPS officer D G Vanzara, an accused in the Ishrat Jahan fake encounter case, saying he may tamper with evidence as he is “politically well-connected”.

  • Deity, temple embossed on coins; HC asks Centre, RBI to reply

    New Delhi: The State should not be seen as propagating any religion and the word secularism should be construed in right context, the Delhi High Court today said while seeking response from the Centre and RBI on a PIL for withdrawal of coins having religious symbols embossed on them.

  • Lok Sabha polls to be boycotted for separate Vidarbha state

    Gadchiroli (Maha): Villagers from as many as 47 villages in the Etapalli taluka of the district have decided to boycott Lok Sabha elections to press for a separate state of Vidarbha, sources said here today.

  • Will quit the day I stop enjoying cricket: Gambhir

    New Delhi: India discard Gautam Gambhir doesn’t see the Indian Premier League as a platform to make his case for a national comeback. The opening batsman has set no deadline for himself but says he will quit the day he is not enjoying the game.

  • 22 candidates file nominations from Haryana

    Chandigarh: Twenty two candidates including Congress’ Arvind Sharma and Jagbir Malik and BJP’s Rattan Lal Kataria today filed nominations for the April 10 elections to the Lok Sabha from the state’s ten constituencies.

  • Jwala-Ashwini pair looks to roar back to form at Indian Open

    New Delhi: India’s top doubles shuttler Ashwini Ponappa is not losing her sleep over recent setbacks at the international tournaments and wants to roar back to form with partner Jwala Gutta at the Indian Open Super Series next month.

  • 376 arrested, 817 weapons deposited in J-K: police

    Jammu: Over 370 people have been detained and around 800 licensed weapons deposited with the police in the state on the directives of the Election Commission ahead of six phase Lok Sabha polls in Jammu and Kashmir.

  • Madhya Pradesh housewife raped and paraded naked in public

    Raisen (MP): A 22-year-old married woman was not only raped by a muscleman, but also paraded naked in public, after she revealed the incident to villagers at Kachikanakheda village, near the historic Sanchi town in the district, the police said here today.