Free Press Journal
  • AAP rebels claim support of 70 national executive members

    New Delhi: Rebel AAP members Ashwini Upadhyay, Rajesh Gupta and expelled AAP MLA Vinod Kumar Binny today claimed support of 70 out of 300 members of the party’s national executive which will meet on Sunday to choose a new leadership.

  • TN BJP’s chief declares Rs 3.99 crore assets

    Chennai:  BJP’s Tamil Nadu unit President, Pon Radhakrishnan, who is contesting the April 24 Lok Sabha polls from the Kanyakumari constituency, has declared assets of Rs 3.99 crore.

  • Sena-MNS workers clash as candidates file papers

    Mumbai: Large number of Shiv Sena and MNS workers clashed today outside the Old Custom House in South Mumbai here when respective party candidates Arvind Sawant and Aditya Shirodkar reached there to file their nominations.

  • Vaccination alters your body odour

    Washington: Immunisation can trigger a distinct change in your body odour, scientists have found for the first time.

  • ‘Cong lost perception battle, leadership not communicative’

    New Delhi: Congress is facing anti- incumbency after 10 years in power, Union Minister Jairam Ramesh admitted today, saying it poses a challenge as the party lost the battle of perception because the top leadership was “not communicative”.
    He acknowledged that it is a “challenging” campaign in the elections ahead but maintained that the party would get a decent, dignified and respectable three-digit number.

  • Tata-SIA moves closer to launch, gets aviation ministry nod

    Mumbai: Even as its no-frills venture AirAsia India awaits the flying licence from the regulator DGCA to launch its operations, the Tata’s joint venture with Singapore Airlines has got the nod from the aviation ministry.

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    Sonakshi ‘annoyed’ with Shahid link-up rumours

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    Mumbai: Rumour mills are at it again and the target is Sonakshi Sinha, but the actress is not taking it lightly and shoots down reports about dating her “R… Rajkumar” co-star Shahid Kapoor.

  • Sonia-Bukhari meet like fox and wolf talking non-violence: SS

    Mumbai: Slamming Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s meeting with Shahi Imam of Delhi’s Jama Masjid to prevent split in secular votes, Shiv Sena today said it was akin to “fox and wolf” discussing non-violence and vegetarianism.

  • Police, administration play no role in elections: Sukhbir

    Chandigarh: Throwing his weight behind DGP Sumedh Saini, Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal today said police and administration have no role to play in elections and in no way can contribute to winning or losing prospects of a candidate contesting polls.

  • ‘Eklavya’ Sidhu yet to campaign for ‘Dronacharya’ Jaitley

    Amritsar: With less than a month left for campaigning to end here, BJP’s candidate Arun Jaitley is still facing one question in almost all his interactions with media — Will sitting MP Navjot Singh Sidhu canvass for him?

  • BJP accuses Cong of promoting communalism

    New Delhi: Against the backdrop of Sonia Gandhi’s meeting with Shahi Imam of Delhi’s Jama Masjid, BJP today accused Congress of trying to divert the attention of the voters from development issue to “communal” politics in the Lok Sabha polls.

  • Candidates use ‘Whatsapp’ and ‘Skype’ to woo NRK voters

    Thiruvananthapuram: As the countdown begins for the April 10 Lok Sabha polls, candidates on the campaign trail in Kerala have also turned to advanced chat options like ‘Whatsapp’ and ‘Skype’ to get connected with their voters, especially the Non-Resident Keralite community which comprises a strong vote bank in many parts of the state.

  • Another Cong candidate joins BJP

    New Delhi: In yet another embarrassment for the party within a month, Congress candidate from Gautam Buddh Nagar Ramesh Chand Tomar today joined the BJP becoming the second nominee to have deserted the party soon after getting ticket for the Lok Sabha polls.