Free Press Journal
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    MH370: Relatives demand evidence as no clue on debris of plane

    malaysian plane MH370
    Kuala Lumpur: As the search for the wreckage of the crashed Malaysian jet in the Indian Ocean failed to yield any breakthrough, anguished relatives of Chinese passengers aboard the ill-fated plane today demanded that Malaysia must apologise for its misleading statements.

  • Cholesterol-lowering drugs may boost your sex life too

    New York: Those who take cholesterol-lowering statins to keep their heart health in shape can further chill as statins have now been linked with a significant improvement in erectile function.

  • ‘Manmohan legacy of growth stunted by price rise, graft’

    New Delhi:  As Manmohan Singh steps down less than two months from now as the prime minister of Asia’s third-largest economy, he will be credited for ushering the fastest-ever growth, but his legacy will also be mired somewhat by serious allegations of graft against his government and sharp rise in prices, opinion makers maintain.

  • Development or Gorkhaland: Tough choice for people in Darjeeling hills

    Kalimpong:  Believing in the promise of Gorkhaland, people of the hills in West Bengal voted for a BJP candidate in 2009. This poll season, with the dream of a separate state still not fulfilled, the people are however yet to decide between the development promised by the state’s ruling TMC and giving the BJP another chance.

  • Pranab Mukherjee

    People won’t tolerate poor governance: Mukherjee

    New Delhi:  With Lok Sabha election less than 10 days away, President Pranab Mukherjee Sunday said people will no longer accept non-transparent and unresponsive administration.

  • Sonia Gandhi takes on BJP, says opposition only talks

    Lakhimpur (Assam) :  Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Sunday lashed out at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), saying the opposition party “talks big” and believes in the “politics of hate.”

  • 2014 year of the lotus and Modi, asserts Modi

    Baghpat/Amroha(Uttar Pradesh)/Gohana(Haryana)/Chandigarh:  Claiming that 2014 will be the year of “Modi and lotus”, BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi Saturday said Congress cannot fight the ideology behind his party while calling the UPA government a burden and a threat for the country.

  • Muslims in Delhi lean towards AAP

    New Delhi: With the balloting in Delhi barely ten days away, Muslims in the capital seem to be increasingly veering towards the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP).

  • Manmohan hits campaign trail — for last time as PM

    Sivasagar (Assam): In his first campaign rally for this general election, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who steps down at the end of his 10-year tenure in May, Saturday criticised the BJP saying it has always played “a destructive role”.

  • BJP misleading people, will be rejected by voters: Rahul

    Ghaziabad: Comparing the BJP’s election campaign to a series of films which kept failing, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi Saturday said voters will reject the party, which plays dirty tricks to mislead the people, in these general elections like in the past.

  • North Korea refuses to rule out nuclear testing

    Pyongyang: North Korea Sunday refused to rule out the possibility of conducting a new nuclear test if the US continued “its hostile policy” towards Pyongyang.

  • Faridabad hospital gives new lease of life to Iraqi man

    Faridabad: The simplest task of swallowing food was perhaps the biggest challenge for 40-year-old Isam. The Iraqi citizen suffered from a rare disorder called dysphagia lusoria, that made swallowing food difficult for him.

  • President greets nation on new year festivals

    New Delhi:  President Pranab Mukherjee Sunday greeted the nation on the new year festivals of Chaitra Sukladi, Ugadi, Gudi Padava, Cheti Chand, Navreh and Sajibu Cheiraoba.

  • Tharoor: Rahul Gandhi Will Revive Congress

    Masood’s anti-Modi speech not Congress’ language, says Rahul

    Ghaziabad/Saharanpur (Uttar Pradesh): Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi Saturday condemned the language used by party’s Saharanpur nominee, Imran Masood, against BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, saying it does not reflect the Congress’ thinking.