Free Press Journal
  • New objects spotted in hunt for crashed Malaysian jet

    Perth: The scouring for the crashed Malaysian jet intensified today with Chinese aircraft making fresh sightings in the new area of the Indian Ocean, even as the multination search entered its fourth week without success.

  • Sehwag aims to get back to India reckoning with good IPL show

    New Delhi: Senior batsman Virender Sehwag today conceded that he had not scored enough runs in the last season to be in the India team but said he would hope to be back in the reckoning with a good performance in the IPL beginning next month.

  • Cong hints at taking outside support to keep BJP away

    Thiruvananthapuram: Congress today made it clear that the party was ready to accept the support of others to form another edition of the UPA government at the Centre after the Lok Sabha polls to avoid “the danger” of BJP under Narendra Modi coming to power.

  • Manmohan Singh asks people to help Congress return to power

    Sivasagar (Assam): Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday spelt out the achievements of his government during the last ten years of his rule and asked  people to once again repose faith on Congress.

  • India-heavy team is America’s college cricket champion

    Washington: The University of South Florida (USF) cricket team, made up of all but one players from India, has won this year’s American College Cricket (ACC) championship as the sub-continent’s favourite game finally “arrived” in America.

  • Rita Bahuguna Joshi defends party candidate Masood

    New Delhi: Congress leader Rita Bahuguna Joshi Saturday defended party member Imran Masood, arrested earlier in the day for threatening BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, and said removing him won’t be a “wise” decision.

  • Neighbours discount Malaysian pilot’s terror links

    Kuala Lumpur, March 29 (IANS) After the FBI failed to find evidence so far from the flight simulator of the pilot who commanded the lost Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, his neighbours said the allegations against him were only “ratings driven propaganda” by the media.

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    Masood arrested for hate speech,Rahul cancels Saharanpur rally

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    Saharanpur (UP): Congress Lok Sabha candidate Imran Masood was today arrested for his hate speech in which he allegedly threatened to “chop” Narendra Modi “into pieces”, remarks that sparked an outrage and prompted an angry reaction from the BJP which took up the matter with the EC.

  • New Zealand opt to bowl against the Netherlands

    Chittagong: New Zealand won the toss and elected to bowl in their ICC World T20 Group 1 match against the Netherlands at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium here today.

  • BJP demands EC to take strong action against Cong

    New Delhi: After the arrest of Congress candidate from Saharanpur Imran Masood for his hate speech, BJP today appealed to Election Commission to take strong action against Congress for “repeatedly” violating model code of conduct.

  • FIR against Kalyan, son for violating Model Code of Conduct

    Etah: A case of violation of Model Code of Conduct has been filed against former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Kalyan Singh, his son and BJP nominee from the seat Rajvir Singh besides others for holding a road show and public meeting without prior permission here.

  • BJP rubbishes Nitish claim on foreign tourists inflow

    Patna: Rubbishing Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s claim about growth in inflow of foreign tourists in Bodh Gaya after the serial blasts last year, BJP today said figures tell a different story.

  • Rs 30 lakh seized in AP district; 12 held ahead of polls

    Rajahmundry (AP): A dozen political activists from various parties were picked up and nearly Rs 30 lakh cash was seized from their possession after raids were carried out across East Godavari district in Andhra Pradesh in view of the ensuing municipal, Assembly and Lok Sabha polls.

  • Indian Mujahideen: From small beginnings to South Asian footprint

    New Delhi: Indian Mujahideen, whose India head Tehsin Akhtar and four other operatives were arrested this week from the India-Nepal border and Jodhpur, began as a small group of radicalised Muslim youth called `Usaba’ and now has operations spread through South Asia, investigators said.

  • Thai opposition protesters stage mass rally

    Bangkok: Tens of thousands of Thai opposition protesters marched through Bangkok today calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, who faces a possible ban from politics for alleged negligence.