Free Press Journal
  • Outstanding issues in Indo-Pak ties must be addressed: Pakistan

    Islamabad: As India and Pakistan work together to fix the nitty-gritty of bilateral trade, Islamabad today said both sides need to “comprehensively” address all outstanding issues, including Kashmir and Siachen, to make the process more durable.

  • Sibal files nomination papers for Chandni Chowk constituency

    New Delhi: Union Minister Kapil Sibal today filed his nomination papers from Chandni Chowk constituency, even as AAP candidates Ashish Khetan and Anand Kumar entered the poll fray from New Delhi and North East constituencies respectively.

  • Rajnath betrayed Hindus on Ram temple, Hindutva issues: VHP

    Ayodhya: Senior VHP leader Ram Vilas Vedanti today accused BJP President Rajnath Singh of betraying Hindus on Ram Temple and Hindutva issues and said he will contest Lok Sabha elections from Lucknow against him.

  • Sardar Patel termed RSS poisonous: Rahul

    Dharamsala: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi Thursday hit out at the BJP’s ideological offshoot RSS, saying even Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel described it as a “poisonous outfit that can destroy the nation”.

  • BSE launches new debt segment

    Mumbai: Premier stock exchange BSE Ltd today launched BSE New Debt Segment (BSE NDS).

  • Kejriwal trying to help Modi, alleges Sandeep Dikshit

    New Delhi: Hitting out at the Aam Aadmi Party, Congress today alleged that Arvind Kejriwal was trying to divide its secular votes across the country to support BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi.

  • BJP workers opposing Shatrughan Sinha assaulted in Bihar

    Patna: A group of BJP workers opposing the Lok Sabha candidature of sitting MP Shatrughan Sinha from the Patna Sahib seat were Thursday beaten up by another group of party workers, reportedly supporters of the former actor, police said.

  • Non-filling up of prosecutors’ vacancies appalling: Delhi HC

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court has termed as “intriguing and appalling” the city government’s “apathy” in not filling up vacant posts of prosecutors in criminal trial courts and asked the authorities to take prompt action.

  • AAP is missing Hazare, will win 100 LS seats: Sanjay Singh

    Sultanpur (UP): Noting they were “missing” anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare, Aam Aadmi Party leader Sanjay Singh today said that had he been associated with the party it would have achieved its target easily.

  • Resentment among Muslim outfits against Azhar’s nomination

    Jaipur: Some Muslim organisations and leaders have expressed unhappiness over the candidature of former cricketer Mohammad Azharuddin, nominated by Congress to contest Lok Sabha polls from Rajasthan, saying he has no connection to the state.

  • BSP announces all 80 LS candidates in UP

    Lucknow: Veteran leader Akbar Ahmed ‘Dumpy’ will be BSP’s candidate against Union minister Beni Prasad Verma in Gonda as per the list of candidates released by the party for all 80 Lok Sabha seats in Uttar Pradesh.