Free Press Journal
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    Sanjay Dutt leaves home for Yerwada Jail

    sanjay dutt parole
    Mumbai: Actor Sanjay Dutt Saturday left for Pune’s Yerwada Jail after his parole, which was granted on the grounds of his wife Maanyata’s health, came to an end.

  • Kidnapped youth rescued

    Malda (WB) :A young man who was kidnapped more than a week ago from English Bazar in Malda was rescued from a place in Jharkhand, the police said today.

  • Arun Jaitley will win the election: Rajnath Singh

    New Delhi:  Bharatiya Janata Party president Rajnath Singh Saturday said he is confident that senior leader Arun Jaitley will win the Lok Sabha election from Punjab’s Amritsar constituency.

  • AirAsia India gets its first aircraft

    Chennai:  The first aircraft of the private airline AirAsia India, an Airbus A320 landed. at the domestic airport here Saturday, the company said.

  • Five militants killed in Pakistan

    Islamabad: At least five miltants were killed and eight arrested in a shootout in Pakistan’s Balochistan province Saturday, a security official said.

  • JAYALALITHA

    Jaya goes all guns blazing for 40 seats

    Chennai:  Her shrill cry of “will you” attracts an equally high pitched “we will” as AIADMK supremo and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa engages the audience in her efforts to stop DMK from gaining significant number of seats in the April 24 Lok Sabha polls.

  • BJP refutes charges levelled by Saamna, says SS-BJP alliance intact

    New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) vice president Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi ruled out any internal feud within the BJP, as is being alleged by the Sena mouthpiece ‘Saamna’, and reaffirmed that the BJP’s alliance with the Shiv Sena will remain strong as ever.

  • Veteran journalist Neelkant passes away

    Chennai: Veteran journalist K Neelkant, who had held senior editorial posts in various newspapers, died here today following illness.

  • Ban condemns terror attacks in Afghanistan

    United Nations: UN Secretary General Ban  Ki-moon has condemned “in the strongest terms” a series of deadly attacks in Afghanistan, including an assault on a hotel in Kabul that killed nine people, including four foreigners.

  • Fifty percent of polling booths vulnerable in Kalahandi

    Bhawanipatna (Odisha):  Over 50 per cent of polling booths in Kalahandi district have been identified as vulnerable for the simultaneous Assembly and Lok Sabha elections, official sources said.

  • Azharuddin meets Meena leader

    Jaipur:  Former Indian cricket captain and Congress candidate from Rajasthan’s Tonk-Sawai Madhopur constituency Mohammad Azharuddin met Meena leader Kirorilal Meena at his residence here.

  • Seasoned politician and film actor battle it out in Chalakudy

    Kochi: It is likely to be a cakewalk for senior Congress politician P C Chacko in the April 10 polls from Chalakudy Lok Sabha constituency, where he is pitted against Malayalam film actor Innocent, the CPI(M) Independent candidate.

  • Arun jaitley

    Not looking for positions: Jaitley on Badal’s suggestion

    New Delhi:  With Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal reportedly pitching Arun Jaitely as Deputy Prime Minister if NDA comes to power, the senior BJP leader today played down the suggestion, saying he was not looking for positions.

  • Ukrainian crisis should be resolved through talks: Obama aide

    Washington: A top US presidential aide has said the current crisis in Ukraine should be resolved through dialogue and diplomacy, even as President Vladimir Putin signed a law formally absorbing Crimea into Russia.

  • Putin signs Crimea annexation law amid new EU sanctions

    Washington: Despite the EU and the US issuing latest sanctions on Russia, Russian President Vladimir Putin has reportedly signed laws formalizing Russia’s annexation of Crimea.