Free Press Journal
  • Nilekani most searched on Google in Karnataka

    Bangalore: Nandan Nilekani, Congress candidate  from Bangalore Lok Sabha constituency, is the most searched name on Google compared to Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and other leaders.

  • CSI appeals former cricketers to clean up cricket

    New Delhi: Clean Sports India, a movement for a corruption-free sport in the country, today asked former cricketers to come forward and raise their voices to “save Indian cricket” in the wake of the ongoing IPL fixing scandal.

  • Modi becoming PM will spell doom for country: Mayawati

    Amravati: BSP chief Mayawati today launched a frontal attack on BJP’s PM candidate Narendra Modi saying the country will be “ruined” due to spike in communal riots if he is voted to power.

  • Modi will ‘obviously’ be targeted, says Beni

    Lucknow: With BJP raising apprehension of threat to Narendra Modi from terrorists, Union minister Beni Prasad Verma today said when there are killings “you will obviously be targeted”.

  • Sasaram just burdened with leaders of tall stature: Modi

    Sasaram, (Bihar)): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) prime ministerial candidate on Thursday launched a direct attack at Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar in her constituency in Sasaram, saying that it seemed that the area is only burdened by leaders of tall stature.

  • Jaitley does not want BJP to win over 160 seats: Amarinder

    Amritsar: Firing yet another salvo at Arun Jaitley, Congress leader Amarinder Singh today alleged that BJP leader was not even loyal to his party and was part of a group which wanted to restrict BJP tally to 160 seats to queer pitch for its PM candidate Narendra Modi.

  • IPL should be stopped for a while: Nadkarni

    Mumbai: Clearly disgusted about current happenings off the cricket field, former Test all rounder Bapu Nadkarni backed suggestions by ex-BCCI chief Shashank Manohar and ousted IPL chairman Lalit Modi that the controversial and cash-awash T20 League should be stopped, at least for a while.

  • 2G court rejects Loop Telecom’s plea to settle offences

    New Delhi: The 2G court today dismissed the plea of Loop Telecom Ltd for compounding and settlement of the alleged offences of cheating and conspiracy in the 2G spectrum allocation scam case against the company.

  • Dravid, Kumble, Srikkanth feel BCCI will have to abide by SC

    Bangalore: Former India captains Anil Kumble, Rahul Dravid and Kris Srikkanth today said that the BCCI will have to abide by the suggestions of Supreme Court but refused to comment on the specific proposals made by the apex court.

  • Govt issues notice to Kejriwal, asks for Rs 85k per month rent

    New Delhi: Delhi government has issued a notice to AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal asking him to pay a rent of Rs 85,000 per month for the flat in which he has been staying for the past more than a month even after resigning from the Chief Minister’s post.

  • Chief judge in Musharraf case says not quitting trial

    Islamabad: The chief judge in Pervez Musharraf’s treason trial today dramatically stormed out of the courtroom after repeatedly being accused of bias against the former Pakistani military dictator but later clarified that he was not recusing himself from the high-profile case.

  • 11 Congress candidates for Arunachal Assembly elected unopposed

    Itanagar: Eleven Congress candidates including  the chief Minister Nabam Tuki were set to be elected unopposed to the party-ruled Arunachal Pradesh Assembly after the withdrawal of nominations by the opposition BJP for the April nine polls for the 60-member House.

  • AP: Venkaiah for quick decision on BJP-TDP electoral alliance

    Hyderabad: Amid continuing suspense on possible electoral alliance between BJP and TDP, senior BJP leader M Venkaiah Naidu today favoured a speedy decision on the matter so that campaign can start early.

  • Still not the flavour of the season: Kangana


    Mumbai: The success of “Queen” has catapulted Kangana Ranaut to the big league, but the “self-made” actress who has quite a few given good films in her eight-year career, says she is only “trying to make my own identity” and doesn’t aspire to win “flavour of the season” tag.

  • ​AAP complains to EC against false propaganda

    Bangalore: The AAP Thursday complained to the Election Commission on false propaganda being carried by a religious trust through pamphlets in some areas of Bangalore, allegedly at the behest of Congress, to defame it.

  • 300 objects spotted, bad weather stops jet search


    Bangkok: Thai authorities said that one of the country’s satellites spotted 300 floating objects in the southern Indian Ocean even as Australian authorities announced that the search operation for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 declared “lost” was suspended Thursday due to bad weather.