Free Press Journal
  • Waqas to establish missing links in Jama Masjid attack: police

    New Delhi: The arrest of wanted Indian Mujahideen (IM) operative Zia-ur-Rehman alias Waqas, a Pakistani national, would help establish the “missing links” in the probe into the September 2010 Jama Masjid terror attack, Delhi Police today told a court here.

  • Right hand over heart can let you speak truth

    London: Have you ever realised that putting your hand on heart can actually make you more likely the truth? Try this gesture and see for yourself!

  • Keep your kitchen airy for safer lungs

    Beijing: Quitting smoking may not be enough to improve your lung function if your cooking fuel is not clean and ventilation in the kitchen is not proper, research says.

  • Cong leaders running away from polls because of BJP wave: Raje

    Sikar/Ajmer: Exuding confidence of party’s win in Lok Sabha elections, Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje today said Congress leaders were scared of “BJP wave” and “running away” from polls fearing defeat.

  • Cong manifesto a document of ‘deceit’: BJP

    New Delhi: BJP today dubbed the Congress manifesto as a “document of deceit” and a rank insult to the people of the country as the ruling party has made lofty promises at the time of departing and accused it of not fulfilling what it pledged during the past ten years.

  • Right to health, home and pension in Cong’s manifesto

    New Delhi: Fighting Lok Sabha polls with its back to the wall, Congress today promised in its manifesto an ambitious six-point charter of pro-poor measures, including the right to affordable healthcare, housing and pension, and to uplift 80 crore of the population to the middle class.

  • Modi lashes out at AAP, Kejriwal over Kashmir

    Bulandshahr: Narendra Modi at a rally here in Uttar Pradesh Wednesday attacked the AAP, saying the party has shown Kashmir as part of Pakistan on its official website.

  • Pawar replies to EC notice on “ink” remarks

    Mumbai:Union Agriculture Minister and NCP chief Sharad Pawar today sent his clarification to the Election Commission of India on his “double voting” remarks which had created furore.

  • Srinivasan exploring legal options

    Chennai: Under-fire BCCI President N Srinivasan is exploring various legal options though he continued to remain mum on the Supreme Court observation that he should step down from his post for a fair probe into the IPL fixing scandal.

  • EX-IGP, scribe join BJP at Modi rally

    Jammu: A former IPS officer and a Kashmiri scribe were among the three people who joined the BJP on the margins of launch of “Bharat Vijay Rallies” by the saffron party’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi here today.

  • Those denied tickets to be suitably adjusted: Rajnath

    Lucknow: Clarifying that denial of ticket for the Lok Sabha elections did not mean disregard to anyone, BJP president Rajnath Singh today said that on coming to power at the Centre all such dissatisfied leaders and workers would be suitably adjusted.

  • What did Congress do to stop Modi from growing: Mehbooba Mufti

    Srinagar : What has the Congress done to stop BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi from growing, asked PDP president Mehbooba Mufti who described the 2002 Gujarat riots as “very, very bad” and said that “as long as people see some kind of blot on your hands, even if you come with food, gold or jobs, people will resist taking it from your hands”.

  • Naidu, KCR, JP may be top contenders for Malkajgiri LS seat

    Hyderabad: Just as Varanasi Lok Sabha seat is attracting nation-wide attention because of high-profile candidates jumping into the poll fray, the Malkajgiri segment in Andhra Pradesh too is arousing a lot of curiosity even before the battle has begun, as names of some top leaders are being tipped as prospective contenders for the constituency.

  • Lawsuit filed in US court against Malaysia Airlines, Boeing

    Kuala Lumpur: The Malaysia Airlines and Boeing are facing a “multi-million dollar” lawsuit in the US after a law firm sought documents related to possible design or mechanical defects that could have led to the crash of a flight carrying 239 people.